Navneet is pleased to publish and present selected stories from 'Singhasan Battisi'.
The stories from 'Singhasan Battisi' hold a unique place in the world of children's literature. It is believed that these stories were written during the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries. They remain children's favourite stories even today. A few stories from 'Singhasan Battisi' appear to be the modified or revised versions of stories of 'Vikram and the Vampire'. But we have taken utmost care to make sure that none of these stories is repeated in either series.
The stories from 'Singhasan Battisi' reflect the nine human emotions (navarasas): love, heroism, disgust, anger, mirth, terror, pity, wonder, tranquility and parental fondling. These stories are written in simple and well- structured language and illustrated with beautiful pictures. We hope these books will encourage reading habits in children and arouse their interest in our ancient literature. We are sure our young readers and their parents will have a wonderful time reading 'Singhasan Battisi'.
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