Urvashi Tandon is a professor of Anaesthesiology, who is trained in Paediatric Anaesthesia and hence the inclination to write for children. She has served in the Armed Forces for nearly three decades and has written articles for magazines including travelogues, apart from professional research work. She is a trained vocalist, an energy healer and a spiritual seeker. She strongly believes in living consciously.
Her belief that the planet seriously needs help today as a result of our thoughtless regard for nature while we continue to strive for material comforts is what brought this book about. She feels it is prudent to start spreading awareness at a young and impressionable age to even think of a better society in the years to come.
The sea fascinates Isabelle, and Robert loves his treehouse. Anna’s adventures are exhilarating, and it is gratifying to see Prakash achieving his goals.
Save the planet!
What kind of society do we live in today?
Kids these days just won’t listen!
Potpourri attempts to address these issues by creating awareness in the pre adolescent age group who are at an age where they begin to understand and distinguish right from wrong. These short stories that integrate both fantasy and reality, manage to instil values and contribute to a better tomorrow.
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Published on Mar 24,2020 12:16 PM
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