SEASON 2

 

Gunda’s new friends written and narrated by Rashmi Gowda

Goobe’s voice is by 5-year-old Yara Roshan. Cover art is by 6-year-old Kaveri Anand Agarwala.

 

Joey’s first sleepover written by Aditi Nikhil Eldurkar

Aditi is also the voice of Joey and has created the cover art for the episode. Jana’s voice is by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam.

 

Kengeri Kannan goes to Gwalior – Part 1 – A long train journey written by Gautam Rao and Nidhi Gupta

Lata’s voice is by 9-year-old Aditi Nikhil Eldurkar from Germany and Subbu’s voice is by 7-year-old Narayan Rao from Bangalore. Cover art is by 8-year-old Anaika Kurian from Coorg.

 

Ammu makes a new friend written by Nidhi Gupta

Ammu’s voice is by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam and Aditi’s voice is by 5-year-old Natasha Mahajan. Cover art is by our listener 8-year-old Aalya Agarwal.

Credits: Piano 1: Reminiscence by Johannes Bornlöf from EpidemicSound  |  Piano 2: See You Clearly by Jon Björk from EpidemicSound 

 

A trumpet’s dream written by Niharika Ranjan Singh

Cover art illustration is by Nisheet Shrivastava.

 

A colourful mystery written by Namit Chaturvedi

Ruhi’s voice by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam, Navya’s voice by 6-year-old Zarya Jain, Zishan’s voice by 11-year-old Varen Singhai. Cover art is by 8-year-old Vaari Singhai. Exit music credits: FoolBoyMedia

 

Celebrating the ones we love written by Nidhi Gupta

Ammu and Mishti’s voice by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam, Subbu’s voice by 7-year-old Narayan Rao, Zishan’s voice by 11-year-old Varen Singhai. Cover art is by 10-year-old Kashvi Agarwal.

 

Lucky picnic written by Brunda Ganesh

Characters Kavya and Leela are played by 6-year-old Kaveri Anand Agarwala and 4-year-old Gayatri Anand Agarwala. The dad’s character is played by Shrimoy Agarwala. Cover art is also by Kaveri and Gayatri.

 

How the rainbow got its colours written by Nidhi Gupta

Zuzu’s voice is by 7-year-old Tia Jain. Cover art is by 7-year-old Meera Iyer, 6-year-old Nandita Gautam and 7-year-old Tia Jain.

 

All that Ammu wants to be written by Namit Chaturvedi and Nidhi Gupta

Ammu’s voice is by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam. Mukul Kaka’s voice is by Namit Chaturvedi. Cover art is by our 8-year-old friend and listener Anaika Kurian.

 

Nani and Mishti go to a music concert – Part 2 written by Nidhi Gupta

Cover art is by 5-year-old Kaveri Anand Agarwala. Whistling performance is by Riddhita Chatterjee. Carnatic performance is by Archana Haran.

 

The case of the missing wallet written by Nidhi Gupta
Zishan’s voice is by 11-year-old Varen Singhai and Ruhi’s voice is by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam. Cover art is by 9-year-old Pia Phadke, 7-year-old Seher Sekhon, 8-year-old Anaika Kurian, and 7.5-year-old Rayaan Singh.

 

Mishti and Tara’s day in the garden written by Namrata Singh.
Narrated by Nidhi Gupta. Namu Aunty’s voice by Namrata Singh. Mishti and Tara’s voices, as well as the cover art, are by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam and 7-year-old Navya Singh, respectively.

 

Samar’s space adventures written by Gautam Rao and Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art is by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam.

 

Gunda learns to joke written and narrated by Rashmi Gowda.
Cover art and Goobe’s voice is by our 4-year-old friend and listener, Yara Roshan.

 

Learning to be a detective written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art is by Aarit’s siblings and cousins Amogh Chauhan, Arika Chauhan, Yashvi Dutt and Tanush Dutt. Zishan’s voice is by 11-year-old Varen Singhai, and Ruhi’s voice is by 6-year-old Nandita Gautam.

 

Kengeri Kannan takes part in a bicycle race written by Gautam Rao.
Cover art is by our 8-year-old friend and listener, Aditi Nikhil Eldurkar.

 

Nani and Mishti go to a music concert written by Nidhi Gupta.

Cover art by Kaveri Anand Agarwala, our 5-year-old friend and listener from Bangalore. SFX Credits: Tabla by Aditya Nayak | Piano by Riddhita Chatterjee | Sitar by Kaiho | Combined track by Bruno_ph.

 

Ammu’s 1st Birthday written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by Navya Singh, our 7-year-old friend and listener from Bangalore. SFX Credits: Piano on the boat by Riddhita Chatterjee | Girl Humming.wav by CyrileneRossouw | Boat Starting Up and Driving by bone666138 | Happy Birthday to You Classical by DDmyzik.

SEASON 1

 

Zishu Meets Jalebi written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by Anaika Kurian, our 7-year-old friend and listener from Coorg. Zishan’s voice by 11-year-old Varen Singhai and Ruhi’s voice by 5-year-old Nandita Gautam.

 

Ammu’s Summer Holidays written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by Inika Appiah Dominic, our 11-year-old friend and listener from Bangalore. Ammu’s voice by 5-year-old Nandita Gautam, Zoya’s voice by 5-year-old Zarya Jain, Kabir’s voice by 11-year-old Varen Singhai, cricket commentary and Rohan Chacha’s voice by Namit Chaturvedi.

 

Hiccups written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by Anaika Kurian, our 7-year-old friend and listener from Coorg, and co-narrated by Seher Sekhon, our 7-year-old friend and listener from Canada.

 

Nani and Mishti Make Mango Pickle written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by cousins Nandita Gautam and Zarya Jain, our 5-year-old friends and listeners from California.

 

Kengeri Kannan Wants to Ride a Bicycle written by Gautam Rao and narrated by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by Aditi Nikhil Eldurkar, our 8-year-old friend and listener from Germany.

 

Paro The Hungry Baby Elephant written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by Yamini Kamath, our 5-year-old friend and listener from Bangalore.

 

Yara Wants to go Somewhere written and narrated by Rashmi Gowda.
Cover art by Anoushka Mary John, our 7-year-old friend and listener from Bangalore.

Cumpleaños Feliz – Happy Birthday To You by Carlos Carty. See license details.

 

A Magical Day written by Namit Chaturvedi.
Cover Art by Kaveri Anand Agarwala, our 5-year-old friend and listener from Bangalore, for A Magical Day, written by Namit Chaturvedi, under a CC BY 4.0 license. Translated into Hindi by Nidhi Gupta.

 

Nani, Mishti and Tara go for a Picnic written by Nidhi Gupta.
Mishti’s voice by 5-year old Nandita Gautam, Tara’s voice and cover art by our 7-year old friend and listener Navya Singh for Nani, Mishti and Tara go for a Picnic, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Flying High (Guest Story)

Adapted and narrated by Zainab Zaki.

Flying Boy with a Butterfly, cover art by Rijuta Ghate. Flying High is translated by Rohini Nilekani. Based on original story: ‘तरंगत तरंगत’, by Vidya Tiware. © Pratham Books , 2004. Some rights reserved. Released under CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Kengeri Kannan Learns to Sing written by Nidhi Gupta.

Kengeri Kannan’s voice by Namit Chaturvedi. Cover art by Ujaan Chatterjee, our 6-year-old friend and listener from Calcutta. Bengali folk-song medley is performed by our very talented friend and pianist Riddhita Chatterjee. Translated into Hindi by Namit Chaturvedi for Kengeri Kannan Learns to Sing, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Ammu Learns to Whistle written by Nidhi Gupta.
Ammu’s voice by 5-year-old Nandita Gautam. Cover art by Riya Suhel, our 8-year old friend and listener from Bangalore. Translated into Hindi by Namit Chaturvedi, for Ammu Learns to Whistle, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Pranksters written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by Jayant Patwari, our 10-year-old friend and listener from Bangalore. Translated into Hindi by Namit Chaturvedi, for Pranksters, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Nani and Mishti Visit the Zoo Again written by Nidhi Gupta.
Mishti’s voice by 5-year old Nandita Gautam. Cover art by Seher Sekhon, our 6.5-year old friend and listener from Canada. Translated into Hindi by Namit Chaturvedi, for Nani and Mishti Visit the Zoo Again, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Kengeri Kannan Goes to the Village Fair written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by siblings Yashvi and Tanush Dutt – our 6 & 5 year old friends and listeners from Ahmedabad. Bengali folk-song medley is performed by our very talented friend and pianist Riddhita Chatterjee. Translated into Hindi by Namit Chaturvedi, for Kengeri Kannan Goes to the Village Fair, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Nani, Mishti and Tara Make Coconut Barfi written by Nidhi Gupta.
Mishti’s voice by 5-year old Nandita Gautam, Tara’s voice by 7-year old Navya Singh, and cover art by our 8-year old friend and listener Aditi Nikhil Eldurkar for Nani, Mishti and Tara Make Coconut Barfi, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Kengeri Kannan Wants to Sleep written by Nidhi Gupta.
Cover art by our 7-year old friend and listener Anaika Kurian for Kengeri Kannan Wants to Sleep, written by Nidhi Gupta, under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Nani and Mishti Visit the Zoo written by Nidhi Gupta.
Mishti’s voice by 5-year old Nandita Gautam, and cover art ‘Animals in the Jungle’ by Chaaya Prabhat, for We Love Our Home written by Karthika G, published by Pratham Books (©Pratham Books, 2019) under a CC BY 4.0 license on StoryWeaver.

 

Sringeri Srinivas Learns to Laugh
A man and a monkey looking at a banana peel with confusion by Angie & Upesh, for Sringeri Srinivas Learns to Laugh written by Rohini Nilekani, published by Pratham Books (©Pratham Books, 2016) under a CC BY 4.0 license on StoryWeaver.

 

Nani’s Walk to the Park
Mishti’s voice by 5-year old Nandita Gautam, and cover art ‘Dogs and cats pampering the boy’ by Deepa Balsavar, for Nani’s Walk to the Park written by Deepa Balsavar, supported by Parag: A Sir Ratan Tata Trust Initiative, published by Pratham Books (©Pratham Books, 2018) under a CC BY 4.0 license on StoryWeaver.

 

Janice Goes to Chinatown
Girl hanging on a round red lantern by Kalyani Ganapathy, for Janice Goes to Chinatown written by Anuradha Sengupta, published by Pratham Books (©Pratham Books, 2017) under a CC BY 4.0 license on StoryWeaver.

 

I Love Me
Girl with a caterpillar on her forehead by Ekta Bharti, for I Love Me written by Menaka Raman, published by Pratham Books (©Pratham Books, 2019) under a CC BY 4.0 license on StoryWeaver.

 

Tima and His Magical Flippers
Cover art by Ruchi Shah, for Tima and His Magical Flippers written by Nidhi Gupta (©Nidhi Gupta, 2021) under a CC BY 4.0 license.

 

Too Much Noise
Man sitting under a tree and covering his ears by Angie & Upesh, for Too Much Noise written by Rohini Nilekani, published by Pratham Books (©Pratham Books, 2014) under a CC BY 4.0 license on StoryWeaver.

GENERAL CREDITS

 

Stories Without Pictures
Header art by Nandita Gautam

Logotype by Aditi Nikhil Eldurkar

 

Our Story

Banner art by Nandita Gautam