Onam is the greatest, and the most significant festival celebrated in the state of Kerala. It is a har-vest festival celebrated with delight and enthusiasm all over the state by people of all communi-ties.
The Carnival of Onam lasts between four to ten days. The first day, Atham and the tenth day, Thiru Onam, are the most essential of all. Popularity and presentation of Continue reading



Literacy begins one person at a time.
“Literacy is the most basic currency of the knowledge economy”.

This year we celebrate International Literacy Day on 8 September under the theme, “Transforming Literacy Learning Spaces”. This day acts as an opportunity to rethink the fundamental significance of literacy learning spaces, to build resilience and Continue reading



In Sanskrit, ‘Ashtami’ means the ‘eighth day’, while ‘Janma’ means ‘existence’; this is where the word ‘Janmashtami’ was derived. Krishna Janmashtami, which marks the birth anniversary of the Hindu god, the human incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna, is celebrated in India and across different parts of the world each year on Continue reading



We have always intended to be conscientious citizens, active co-creators, transversal thinkers, and innovators capable of shaping our own future. Powered by an endless supply. When do we originally think when search engines are available at the tap of a button? Self-taught is a necessary skill for his 21st century and experienced editorial Continue reading


My Way Series

When you hear education for toddlers, what comes to your mind? Children’s books that can teach kids how to read, write, learn, and understand, along with nurture their creativity and facilitate their young minds. And when you can get all these skills enhancing learning concepts in one series of books, it will be helpful for kids to create Continue reading



A is for apple, B is for ball, C is for cat, D is for dog. Do you remember the rhyme? You may not realize that phonics and phonemic awareness are vital to developing good verbal skills. It has been proved that phonics is the best way for a child to learn to read as reading develops skills like listening, speaking, writing, attention span, vocabulary, general knowledge and comprehension. Continue reading