Interactive Picture Book introduces young children to popular Hindu Gods and Goddesses

By Our Reporter

A pharmacist is launching a series of picture books to connect families and raise cultural awareness on a global platform

Madhuri Soni, a pharmacist from Gold Coast, has authored a series of picture books, called the Vedic Heroes, to revive cultural learning and captivate the new generation. The first two books from the collection will be available from the June 2019 through, and other online retailers.

Skillfully written in rhythm and rhyme, the books impart key features about the prominent Hindu deities in a fun and interactive way. “My inspiration are my children,” says the debut author, “I wanted to introduce them to the many Vedic super heroes and create something that kids would feel proud to share with friends.”

The vibrant and engaging characters in the Vedic Heroes collection are brought to life by illustrator, Abira Das, and are sure to charm audiences of all ages.

It’s a very timely release for these books as more parents worldwide are raising multicultural children with a diverse and inclusive vision.

Madhuri is also working on a number of other resources and games to be released later in 2019 and 2020 to engage children through play-based learning.

These resources aim to connect families, promote Hindu culture in the wider community and contribute towards a global multicultural outlook.

Being a passionate advocate for education of disadvantaged children, Madhuri has pledged 100% of profits to be donated to charities nationally and globally.

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  1. Well Done Vedic Heroes!
    This is are much needed resources for today’s parents to teach our kids about culture and bond at the same time.