Anita Vachharajani

 

Anita Vachharajani holds two masters, one in English literature and another in Linguistics. She has written extensively for children. Anita has been published in Puffin anthologies. She has been published by a host of other publishers like Brightsparks (My Little Garden) and Scholastic (Amazing India).  With IL&FS publishing, she has done books like Grasslands of the World and The Rashtrakootas. Tumbi Publishing recently launched Nonie’s Magic Quilt by Anita. 
She has also translated nonsense verse from Gujarati and Marathi into English for The Tenth Rasa – The Penguin Book of Indian Nonsense Verse. She has just published a book on the different states of India with Scholastic called Amazing India – A State-by-State Guide. 

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Anita has conducted many writing workshops for children with The Pomegranate Workshop. Anita’s works in the pipeline include books with IL&FS Educational publishing, Pratham (Nayana and The Not So Scary Owl, Translations of Aabid Surti’s Compilation of Gujrati folk stories, Ambili meets The King) and Puffin  

Anita Vachharajani holds two masters, one in English literature and another in Linguistics. She has written extensively for children. Anita has been published in Puffin anthologies. She has been published by a host of other publishers like Brightsparks (My Little Garden) and Scholastic (Amazing India).  With IL&FS publishing, she has done books like Grasslands of the World and The Rashtrakootas. Tumbi Publishing recently launched Nonie’s Magic Quilt by Anita.  


She has also translated nonsense verse from Gujarati and Marathi into English for The Tenth Rasa – The Penguin Book of Indian Nonsense Verse. She has just published a book on the different states of India with Scholastic called Amazing India – A State-by-State Guide.
 

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Anita has conducted many writing workshops for children with The Pomegranate Workshop. Anita’s works in the pipeline include books with IL&FS Educational publishing, Pratham (Nayana and The Not So Scary Owl, Translations of Aabid Surti’s Compilation of Gujrati folk stories, Ambili meets The King) and Puffin