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LALITHA BALASUBRAMANIAN

Lalitha Balasubramanian graduated in Science from the University of Mumbai and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism from Bhavan’s College, Mumbai. She worked in the Editorial Department of the Institute for Research in Reproduction (ICMR) for a few years, before she switched over to freelance writing. She has contributed more than 200 articles on education, health and travel to several reputed newspapers and magazines, apart from authoring a novel for children Twins at the Ancient Villa (2009) and a non-fiction book in the travel genre titled Kerala-the Divine Destination (2015). She is interested in fine arts and has been trained in Carnatic classical music. Lalitha is a voracious reader and also a keen follower of sports. She lives with her family in Mumbai. 

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Bravo My Brave Little Puppy

Books by Lalitha Balasubramanian
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Little Raju is gifted a beautiful puppy on his birthday. Excited, he and his friend name him Bravo. They play and care for the adorable puppy with advice from the Vet and Raju's mother. They learn so many new thing about rearing a pet. One day, as they are walking Bravo in the garden, an old tree falls. A pram with an infant is right under the tree. Bravo runs and pushes the pram aside. What happens next? Are Bravo and the infant safe? Read on.

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Temples in Maharashtra

Books by Lalitha Balasubramanian

The beautiful State of Maharashtra is blessed with thousands of temples which include those dedicated to Jyotir Lingams, Shakti Peetams and Ashta Vinayak. With Temples of Maharashtra – A Travel Guide, we embark on a spiritually fulfilling journey to some of the most sacred places of worship that dot the map of the State with tremendous diversity, traversing along rugged mountain ranges and banks of holy rivers to rural interiors and the urban expans

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The Creepy Tormentor

By LALITHA BALASUBRAMANIAN in General Literary | Reads: 251 | Likes: 3

A lovely pair of dangling gold earrings and gold rimmed branded goggles accentuated the contours of her beautiful face as Nina nonchalantly strode into the brightly illuminated lounge. She walked up to the reception counter drawing admiring glances from the sparse set of tourists lazing around on t  Read More...

Published on May 27,2020 11:54 AM

Count Your Blessings

By LALITHA BALASUBRAMANIAN in Poetry | Reads: 452 | Likes: 1

My life seems to have gone for a toss, As I weather the present storm No morning alarm, no morning walk, No gobbling breakfast as per the norm No catching the train and reporting to the boss, No jaunt to the market, no tryst with friends, All I seem to be doing is creating a din As I wash and clang  Read More...

Published on Apr 5,2020 12:14 PM

Unexpected Support

By LALITHA BALASUBRAMANIAN in True Story | Reads: 162 | Likes: 0

The complete lockdown announcement in India came as no surprise. Though unprecedented, there was no alternative, as the only known method of prevention of this deadly Carona virus from spreading is social distancing and isolation. The medical fraternity and essential services are working. And believ  Read More...

Published on Mar 26,2020 07:10 PM

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