Children's Books Made in Auroville With Love
Children comprise a quarter of Auroville's population, not just are they it's future but they represent all the goodness in it's unmanifest potential in this world. Children can often teach adults much about the art of living in the moment, being spontanous and laughing. We are happy to present a few of the beautiful children's books available on Auroville.com.
What is this Auroville teaches us about the beginnings of Auroville and its inner meaning told in the manner of a tale for children.
"Once upon a time, there was a great Banyan spreading its branches on a deserted land. He was the only tree for miles around, which is why the few birds bold enough to venture that far enjoyed sitting in the coolness of its foliage. When the season came they gorged themselves on its delicious red fruits. When the birds left, the Banyan felt lonely and slightly bored on that silent land."
Little Wave tells the story of little wave's adventure through life, change and transformation and it's deeper sense of belonging.
Send an Auroville Postcard
In this digital age of communication many of us have forgotten the wonderment of sending or receiving a postcard with its stamps from a far unknown place and words carved in the moment as they come from heart to pen and then across the world to their fortunate receiver. We are delighted to present our very unique range of postcards on Auroville.com for you to rekindle the forgotten art of writting postcards. They capture many of the "only in India" moments that can only occur in Mother India.
Beejika : Seeds of Life
With Beejika, With the Beejika range of items, Shradhanjali showcases the exquisite artistry of Nature, reflected in the seeds of Auroville’s trees, planted over the last 40 years. It is our wish to help preserve nature’s incredibly rich diversity and to create awareness and knowledge about the importance of protecting the environment. We invite you to join us in our efforts. The range presently consists of cards, jewelry accessories (earrings, bracelets and necklaces), decorative flowers, hanging mobiles, an abacus with seeds etc and new products are being envisaged. Profits from these products go towards planting indigenous trees.