From The Arpan Group
Like many young Asian American parents, Sailaja Joshi wanted to share stories about her Indian culture with her own children. Fond memories of Amar Chitra Kathas and stories told to her by her grandfather formed her expectations. As a new mom in 2013, Joshi went in search of books that would share her love for Indian heritage in an age-appropriate manner with her then newborn daughter. Discovering a lack of adequate options, Joshi founded Bharat Babies with a mission to “design and produce developmentally appropriate books that tell the stories of India’s heritage for children from birth through elementary school.”
Get to Know Sailaja JoshiBorn and raised in Massachusetts, Joshi is a graduate of Northeastern University (BSIB), the European School of Business, Harvard University, and Simmons College. She calls herself a “professional student,” but it is clear her passion for sharing the Indian culture combined with her unique vision will make her an entrepreneur to watch for years to come.
Learn more about what inspires this young entrepreneur and what’s in store for Bharat Babies.