Hello Namaste! Books

Indian snacks to accompany your Hello Namaste! books { Croissants & Chundo }

Chundo is a shredded mango Indian pickle which is sweet and salty at the same time. As a child, I watched my grandma make chundo from scratch every mango season. She would shred dozens of sour unripe green mangoes, to which she added sugar and spices. The mixture was then covered tightly with a cloth… Continue reading Indian snacks to accompany your Hello Namaste! books { Croissants & Chundo }

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Indian Snack to accompany your Hello Namaste books

Not that I need to invent a new reason to share a delicious Indian snack with you, but hey, these really do go well as a side to my Hello Namaste! books. ; ) Khari Shing or salty peanuts, might not seem so exclusively Indian, but trust me, these are different! From what my mom-in-law… Continue reading Indian Snack to accompany your Hello Namaste books

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Exciting News about Hello Namaste! Books

Hi friends! It's been a while since I talked about my Hello Namaste! book-set here, hasn't it!? Well, I am breaking the silence today with some exciting news. First, a short history ... Arjun, my second-born was just around 6-months old when I had the idea of creating simple picture books that taught children first… Continue reading Exciting News about Hello Namaste! Books