Sri Hanuman Chalisa
Sri Hanuman Chalisa
Sri Hanuman Chalisa
Sri Hanuman Chalisa

Sri Hanuman Chalisa

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The Shri Hanuman Chalisa for chanting and coloring contains is a one-of-a-kind offering of extensively researched material by artist Jennifer Mazzucco. The book contains 49 hand carved relief prints, hand painted Devanagari with English translations and a phonetic transcription. Devanagari is a type of alphasyllabary based on the ancient Brāhmī script used in the Indian subcontinent. The black and white hand carved relief prints can be colored in or left as is.

Jennifer Mazzucco is a devotional artist and bhakta with a deep love and respect for India. Currently, she is nestled among  the redwoods and close to the coast of Northern California. With her first 4 decades spent in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut she has earned a bi-coastal heart. All of her experience as a freelance illustrator, working at non-profit centers, and teaching middle school art have fostered a desire to create community and facilitate creativity. Prasada Bhakti Center, her latest project, is a former kindergarten classroom she transformed into a home/studio where she hosts art workshops, kirtan, meditation, yoga and more. 

View more about Jennifer and her artwork at www.jennifermazzucco.com

  • Format  Paperback Book (64 Pages)
  • Published  Sunil @ Ane Books (India) 2015
  • ISBN-13 9780692344040
  • Dimensions 7 x 4.69 x .13 inches; 5.1 oz. 

About Jennifer Mazzucco

Jennifer Mazzucco is a devotional artist and bhakta with a deep love and respect for India. Currently, she is nestled among  the redwoods and close to the coast of Northern California. With her first 4 decades spent in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut she has earned a bi-coastal heart. All of her experience as a freelance illustrator, working at non-profit centers, and teaching middle school art have fostered a desire to create community and facilitate creativity. Prasada Bhakti Center, her latest project, is a former kindergarten classroom she transformed into a home/studio where she hosts art workshops, kirtan, meditation, yoga and more. 

View more about Jennifer and her artwork at www.jennifermazzucco.com

Product Details

  • Format  Paperback Book (64 Pages)
  • Published  Sunil @ Ane Books (India) 2015
  • ISBN-13 9780692344040
  • Dimensions 7 x 4.69 x .13 inches; 5.1 oz.