Rani Celebrates Holi
Rani and her friends are excited to celebrate the spring festival of colors, Holi, except her pet elephant, Bindi. Bindi is a very clean elephant and does not like to get messy by playing with the colored powder in this festival. But Rani has an idea that will convince Bindi to take part in the Holi festivities. Find out how Rani convinces Bindi to enjoy the Holi fun in this very colorful adventure!
Rani's Green Ganesh Chaturthi Festival
Every year, Little Princess Rani is excited to celebrate the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi which honors the elephant-headed Hindu God, Ganesh. Rani is not sure that the Ganesh murthi used in the visarjan (immersion of the idol in the river) is eco-friendly. Rani thinks up a plan that will allow them to celebrate the festival in a pollution-free way. Find out how Rani's plan helps save the environment in this new tale.
Rani and the Safari Surprise!
Little Princess Rani and her friend Jaya, take a safari jungle tour in India. After spending a fun day learning about different animals, they begin their trip home. Once they reach home, however, Rani finds a mischievous surprise waiting for her!
Rani and the Very Special Rakhi
Little Princess Rani is ready to celebrate Raksha Bandhan, the festival that celebrates the bond between brother and sister. As part of the celebration, Rani ties a rakhi (decorative thread) to her brother Raja's wrist, which is meant to protect his life. In return, Raja promises to protect Rani forever. This year, Raja's birthday falls on Raksha Bandhan, so Rani must find a very special rakhi! Find out how Rani finds this special rakhi and discovers the true meaning of the festival.
Rani Visits The Taj Mahal
Little Princess Rani is in the city of Agra visiting the Taj Mahal with her family and pet parrot, Hari. Hari is so excited to explore the beautiful Taj Mahal that he wanders away from Rani and finds himself lost! Find out how Hari finds his way back to Rani in this adventure.
Rani Saves Diwali
Little Princess Rani is a Princess of a Kingdom in India. On the day of Diwali she finds out that the palace's Royal Decorator has had an accident. Rani has an idea on how to finish the Diwali decorations in time for the Diwali celebration. Find out how Rani saves Diwali!
Anita Badhwar – Author Of The Little Princess Rani Kids’ Book Series
An Interview With Anita Badhwar – Author of The Little Princess Rani Kids’ Book Series AMN: How did you become a children’s author? AB: When my kids were younger, I tried finding books for them about South Asian culture but came up empty handed. I was really disappointed to see that there was a real… Read More
Little Princess Rani takes a safari tour in the second book titled, Rani and the Safari Surprise. This is a wonderful opportunity for children (and adults) to learn about wildlife that is native to India in this book! Now available on amazon.com!
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Little Princess Rani and the Palace Adventures book series connects children to India, its' culture, and Hindu festivals. Find out more at www.littleprincessrani.com