Thursday, February 28, 2013

The Karadi Path Education Company

The Karadi Path website is now live! Please spread the word to parents and educators everywhere. 


In the early years of education, a good foundation in English helps students understand and master other subjects early. It also allows greater access to the huge treasure of information and knowledge available through books, internet, customized and shared audio and video tools. English proficiency paves the way for greater opportunities.

Karadi Path methodology is an indigenously developed language learning process that is revolutionising the way language proficiency is achieved in schools. It is the product of over a decade's research into language acquisitions. From tribal to international schools, Karadi Path has proved that higher and faster language proficiency can be easily achieved. The Karadi Path programs of Power English and Magic English are now being adopted across many schools in India.

Our vision is a world where multi-lingualism creates bridges between geographic, socio-economic and cultural boundaries, leading to a greater appreciation of diversity among human beings.

Our mission is to be the world's foremost solutions provider to language learning, to make language learning easy, enjoyable, effective and accessible to all.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

The Hindu covers Shobha's session!


"Shobha Viswanath of Karadi Tales allayed fears that story-telling or reading was a dying activity, and proved it by having the grown up audience all ears with a story of a tatha, paati and a tiger. The business of children’s literature was difficult, she admitted, but one that had great potential. Only, it was time Indian illustrators and writers stepped out of their comfort zone and took a more contemporary view of the kids’ world, she said." - The Hindu

Read the entire piece here!

Monday, February 25, 2013

Coimbatore Literary Festival

Shobha Viswanath, Publishing Director of Karadi Tales, talks about children's literature at the Coimbatore Literary Festival this weekend!


Monday, February 18, 2013

Coimbatore Literary Festival

If you're in Coimbatore, be sure to attend our session, "The Magical World of Children's Literature" - Shobha Viswanath in conversation with Shubha J. Rao! It's part of the Coimbatore Literary Festival. It's on 24 February 2013 at 11:30 AM.


Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The Last Laugh

Debbie Glade reviews our picture book The Bookworm on the popular bloog "Good Reads with Ronna". She writes:


Stories about nerdy kids and bullies are not uncommon. But this picture book is unique in that it broaches the subject of bullying to the youngest readers without preaching. Rather, through carefully selected prose by author Lavanya R.N., the youngest readers are able to relate to the protagonist and learn that it is wrong to tease others for being different. 



Read the entire review here

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Kala Ghoda on 10 February 2013

Priya Ramanathan reads from our picture books at  Kala Ghoda! More pictures here.




Monday, February 11, 2013

Kala Ghoda on 9 February 2013

Rekha Mohan reads from our picture books at Kala Ghoda! More pictures here.




Friday, February 8, 2013

Karadi Path in the News!

Recently, our sister company, Karadi Path Education, conducted a workshop in Vijayawada. Here's some coverage coverage in the Telugu media in Eenadu Guntur, Andhrajyothi, and Sakshi.




Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Come join us at the World Book Fair!


Pictures from Karadi Tales at Kala Ghoda!

‎Anushka Ravishankar, Shobha Viswanath, and Samita K Aiyer read from Karadi Tales picture books at Kitab Khana in Mumbai! More pictures here!





Konkona Sen's Bargains!

Did you miss our wonderful event with Konkona Sen Sharma at the Kala Ghoda Festival today? Don't worry! You can listen to her tell the story on this link! Listen quickly and share it with everyone - because this link will only be active for the next 30 days!


Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Vist us at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2013

Come visit the Amar Chitra Katha and Karadi Tales stand at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2013!