Re: Ganesha Ashtotharam (Sanskrit in English & Tamil Fonts) & Vinayakar 108 potris . Dear Teja, Now that we interact regularly, please feel free to call me just Chithra. You have given me a very nice F B, thankyou. Collection (& trying out) of recipes & collection ( & chanting as well) of shlokas, have been my hobbies for many, many years. I cannot thank I L for giving me a platform, to share these with all of you. I am very enthusiastic about it & God has given me an equally enthusiastic friend in kb for pdf conversion of the same. For your child - from the very early days, take her to the puja cupboard in the morning ( after brushing the teeth, drinking milk etc) & make her bow to the altar there. Teach her to chant any one line - Om Namashivaya or Om namo Narayanaya or Om Ganapathaye namah or Ambaji ki jai any other one liner. Make her chant it many times. Repeat this once in the evening. You start chanting the childrens shlokas , that I have given loudly everyday so that she will listen to them & gradually learn it. Do not force her into anything - do it casually (looking!), in course of time, she will get into the habit. Love, Chithra.