We, Eternal Tree Books, are an independent publishing house – based in the US – with a vision to tell the right stories and histories of native cultures and ancient civilizations of the world. Understanding the plurality of perspectives and thoughts is pivotal to ensuring harmony and co-existence. Global citizens of the world have a multiplicity of cultural identities and value systems. They enjoy reading about each other’s proud cultural origins, discoveries, languages, scripts, and enshrined human virtues. Our expert authors persistently endeavor to tell the right stories of pride, harmony, and human well-being with beautifully illustrated texts.
Our logo represents an Eternal Tree, meaning kalpavriksha in Sanskrit. It is like a wishing tree where possibilities are infinite. Let us wish for social, individual and ecological peace and make it happen with books!
Being the daughter of a bookstore owner, Priya grew up with books and her immense love for them continues to define her. Her mother-in-law, an Indologist, encouraged her to write about yogic culture and its multiplicity in a new style specifically to reach the budding minds of children. She studied public accounting and worked for the Big Four audit firms. She resides in New Jersey with her husband and her two sons, aged 2 and 6. As a Montessori mom, she is passionate about hands-on learning and loves teaching mathematics and Indian languages. She finds bliss in baking and trying different cuisines for her kids and husband.
Komal Garg is Priya’s elder sister. She is an educator who loves to see the world through the eyes of children. She holds a Bachelor of Education and enjoys telling stories of daydreamers to young children. She is so fascinated by Indic culture, festivals and literature that she decided to use these subjects as major themes in her work as an author. As an author, she is currently working on several exciting stories. She currently resides in Mumbai with a loving husband, and a very inquisitive 5-year-old daughter who loves to chant Sanskrit Shlokas.
Dr. Tatjana Burzanović
Author and Artist
Tatjana was awarded a Doctorate for her work on her interpretations, in art and literature, of the Bhagavad Gita. She is an award-winning artist and author, graphic designer, and interior designer. She is a professor at the Faculty of Culture and Tourism, where she teaches Indian culture, and Dean of Design and Multimedia, at the University of Donja Gorica in Podgorica, Montenegro. She graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo and acquired her PhD at Faculty of Art and Design at the University of Belgrade. Her work has been presented in several exhibitions and she participated in several artistic and pedagogical colonies.
Dr. Lyudmila Klasanova
Author and Artist
Lyudmila is Buddhistdoor Global’s East Europe Correspondent. She writes articles on Buddhism in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Mongolia. She completed her PhD in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism at Sofia University, Bulgaria where she teaches Buddhist art, women in Buddhism, Tibetan culture and religions of East Asia. She also works as a curator of Asian art at Sofia’s National Art Gallery, and a yoga teacher. Lyudmila started her Buddhist practice in 2002 after receiving refuge and Dharma name Tsering Dolma from His Holiness Penor Rinpoche, who was the 11th throne holder of the Palyul Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism.