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This is a collection of geography essays written for school children to get them to look at geography beyond the textbook and to connect it with many things in life from postal codes to making a home to festivals, and more. Written in an engaging and non-formal style, the book invites youngsters (generally ages 12 and above), and adults, to explore geography in new ways. These are non-trivial ways — not the usual 'General Knowledge' approach that asks about longest river, tallest mountain, capitals, and such. It invites the reader to explore a world of ideas ... through geography!
Dr Chandra Shekhar Balachandran is a geographer with over 35 yeas of teaching experience in school and university level education. In 2000, he returned to India and set up The Institute of Geographical Studies (http://www.tigs.in/) through which he has been offering non-formal geography education for school children and teachers. He also teaches online to a small group of homeschooling children. His interests include cultural geography — especially sacred geography — and online geography resources. He tells his students that he "eats, drinks, blinks, breathes ... lives geography!"