New updates have been pushed by Amazon for its smart assistant Alexa and Alexa-supported devices like Amazon Echo, particularly for Indian children. The updates, which are resultant of Amazon's tie-ups with Indian content providers, offer several avenues for children to learn new skills and gain knowledge by interacting with Alexa. With many Indian children growing up in increasingly westernized environments, to provide quizzes that help Indian children learn about Indian mythology Amazon has tied up with India's age-old, favorite storyteller, 'Amar Chitra Katha'. Alexa also offers brain teasers from Suppandi, a famous comic character from Tinkle comics, to help kids flex their mental muscles. Drawing on India's cultural heritage, it also reads out traditional Indian stories to children. Panchatantra stories are also in Alexa's arsenal. A 'pick-a-part story game' called Forest Fortune has also been added by Alexa which takes your child on a quest to find King George's hidden treasure. Amazon has added a bunch of stories, songs, nursery rhymes, and the like from popular 'edutainment' channel ChuChu TV to entertain the kids. Apart from the fun, games, and entertainment options, Alexa offers children the virtual assistant is equipped to handle almost every science-related query your child might have.