India and the World: A History in Nine Stories is an exhibition showcasing some of the most important objects and works of art from the Indian subcontinent in dialogue with iconic pieces from the British Museum collection. The exhibition will bring together around 200 objects not only from the collections of the British Museum, London; CSMVS, Mumbai; and National Museum, New Delhi but from around 20 museums and private collections across India. Thi book highlights the strong connections India has shared historically with the rest of the world promoting an exchange of ideas and influences that have helped create a global culture.
A collection of 4 beautiful stories retold and craft illustrated by Neeta Premchand using our finest handmade paper for every image.
Each page is mesmerising with it's high quality production value and you will be spell bound by the beauty and diversity of each book.
The Story Teller and his Bag of Myths by Neeta Premchand made it to the White Ravens 2016 list.
The White Ravens Festival for International Children and Young Adults Literature is a German literature festival where authors from all over Germany and beyond read their latest work and conduct workshops as forms of interactions with their readers.
The Bombay Paperie was honoured to have one of its books selected for their annual catalogue of book recommendations in the field of children's literature.
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