When your child asks what God looks like or if he prefers chips over fruits, what should you tell him or her? Our simple answers about god shape the way our children perceive the enormous power that cares for and nourishes this entire creation. These are the little footholds of faith that we instill in the child to help them climb their mountain and find the rainbow on the other side.
Such a delicate topic, yet so profound.
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Bhanumathi Narasimhan is the younger sister of Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. She is a meditation teacher, and her workshops have brought an experience of deep inner peace to thousands of people worldwide.
Bhanumathi leads the Women's Welfare and Child Care initiatives at The Art of Living and is the chairperson of the International Women's Conference. She holds a Master’s degree in Sanskrit literature and is a trained Carnatic classical singer. She is the author of Gurudev - On the Plateau of the Peak, a national best seller and has previously authored two books on the Mother Divine - Tejasvini and Lalita. Her latest book – Gods and Goddesses – is aimed at a much younger audience and introducing them to the most popular Hindu gods and goddesses.