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Thirty photographers from across India dwell on the Indian flag in its human moments of pride and poignancy.
Explore renowned French photographer Marc Riboud‘s wonderful images through whimsical alphabetical cues…
A powerful visual allegory of revolution that is a fine example of a crossover picture book.
Cumulative rhyming story illustrated in the traditional wall painting style of the Meena tribe in Rajasthan.
A gently perceptive exploration of the psychology of fear, with illustrations by Gond artist Bhajju Shyam.
One of Charles Dickens’ earlier works, wonderfully resurrected by a contemporary Italian artist.
A cosmic vision of trees: exquisite art and folklore from the Gond tradition of central India.
A vividly illustrated one-of-a-kind retelling of the great Indian epic by a twelve-year old.
A life of Martin Luther King Jr.: dialogue between an African American griot, with a Patua scroll artist.
Design mirrors the shifting ways in which poetry creates meaning: 16th century English trick verse, Gond tribal art.
Indonesian trickster tale featuring Kanchil the mouse deer, illustrated in the Mata-Ni-Pachedi style from Gujarat.
A domestic labourer who went on to become a well-known artist paints her own moving story in the Mithila folk style from Bihar.