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Leading Syndication Agency In India
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505, Sane Guruji Marg,
Mumbai 400 034
Phone: 022-2353 1991
022-2352 6025
Amrita Bharati is a leading Syndication Agency specializing in children's features and features of general interest.
Some of our features are: For daily insertions we have
  • stand-alone comics strips,
  • comics strips serials,
  • This day in History and
  • Spiritual Gems.



One of the sweetest memories of childhood is that of sitting on grandmother's knee and listening to a story. Stories set the imagination free, transporting you to a world of enchantment. You quite forget your cares and worries when immersed in a good story. So, come, dive into this vast sea of stories and gather the pearls you find therein...

  1. Evergreen Stories (Over 150 items)
  2. Birbal Stories (125 items)
    Who has not heard of Mahesh Das or Raja Birbal as he is better known? He was one of the nine gems or navaratnas at Mughal emperor Akbar’s court. His wise solutions to problems and his humour kept the emperor enthralled. A number of entertaining stories are told about him.
    125 superbly hand illustrated Birbal stories available.
  3. Hodja Stories (154 items)
    Mulla Nasruddin Hodja was said to be a 13th-century Turkish scholar. A large number of stories of his wit and wisdom have come down to us. Many of them have been adapted by the Sufis to preach human values.
    154 Hodja stories with excellent hand-drawn illustrations available.
  4. Folklore (150 items)
    Every country has its own special folklore which has been handed down the generations. They tell of the gods and the demons, the customs and the traditions, that are peculiar to the communities that live there. In India, each region has its own fund of folktales!
    More than 150 folktales from around the world (and India) available each with authentic illustrations representing the culture of that region.
  5. Tenali Raman Stories (45 items)
    In South India, Tenali Raman is a legendary figure. He was a court jester during the reign of the Vijayanagar king Krishnadevaraya. He had a caustic wit and was known as ‘vikata kavi’. It is said that when Goddess Kali offered him the sweet rice of wealth and the sour rice of wisdom. Raman managed to devour both simultaneously!
    45 Tenali Raman stories with superb hand-drawn illustrations available.
  6. Common Stories (Over 500 items)
  7. Jataka Tales (Over 100 items)
  8. Panchatantra tales (Over 100 items)
  9. Aesop’s Fables (Over 100 items)
    Fables are stories that have a moral and are meant to teach certain values like patience, honesty and kindness. Many fables are credited to Aesop, the master storyteller from ancient Greece. India’s Panchatantra and the Buddhist Jataka tales are also similar with a lesson for the reader.
    More than 100 Aesop’s, Panchatantra and Jataka stories available. Each is illustrated in an inimitable style.
  10. Mythology (Over 100 items)
    Myths are woven into the daily lives of people and are many of them are believed to feature beings that actually lived once upon a time. The Greeks, the Chinese and the Japanese have rich mythology, stories featuring their pantheon of gods and goddesses. In India, too, there is no dearth of myths, ranging from the origin of rivers and mountains to the story of creation.
    More than 100 myths from different cultures available, each with authentic hand-drawn illustrations.
  11. Golden Classics (Over 15 items)
    These are stories by the great masters of fiction retold for children and young adults. Authors include Leo Tolstoy, Oscar Wilde, H.G.Wells, O. Henry, Guy de Maupassant, Saki, Jack London, Rabindranath Tagore and Premchand.
    Over 15 stories available, with exquisite hand-drawn illustrations.
  12. Contemporary Stories (Ocer 300 items)
    Original stories with a contemporary touch by a variety of authors who specialize in children’s writing. Over 300 illustrated stories available.
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