Moushumi Bhowmik translated Sabri’s Colours, The Snow King’s Daughter, Ju’s Story, and Out of the way! Out of the way!
Mukul Priyadarshini has been involved with children's literature and language teaching as an editor, translator and educationist. She translated Tulika's In Bon Bibi's Forest into Hindi.
Nandini Nayar published Pranav's Picture, her first book with Tulika in 2005. After this came, the entertaining What Did You See? and the very popular What Shall I Make?. Where is Amma? is her latest book. She has translated these titles into Hindi.
Nita Bhuva is a homemaker who keeps alive her interest in language and literature. She has translated several of Tulika's titles into Gujarati, the most recent being My Grandfather's Stick and Purple Jojo.
Priya Krishnan is an editor with Tulika. She is the author of the Read and Colour River Stories. Priya writes content for the website and translates into Hindi occasionally.
Rekha Bhimani is bilingual (Gujarati-Marathi) by birth. She did her Masters in Hindi Literature and Linguistics from Bombay University. She dabbled in the the voice-overs field and then went on to write and produce scores of radio-commercials and radio series, winning many national awards for her work. As executive producer of their production set-up Communications, she handles multi-lingual production and dubbing work. She translated Little Fingers, When Ali became Bajrangbali and The Kite Tree and many other Tulika books into Gujarati.