Devdutt Pattanaik

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Long ago, Lord Krishna imparted invaluable life lessons in preparation for the grand war, the Mahabharata. Remarkably, these teachings continue to hold relevance even today and can be seamlessly integrated into our daily lives. It is known that every tale can be seen from a distinct and contemporary standpoint. Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata, authored by Devdutt Pattanaik, presents precisely that fresh perspective on the epic saga.

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This book, written by one of India’s most popular mythologists Devdutt Pattnaik has an interesting title, ‘My Gita’. One look at the title and you know that the book would be philosophical and full of wisdom. And as you read it, this becomes more evident than ever but more than that, the book has a very practical approach to life and living. It teaches how one can have a balance in their life by using the lessons it imparts.

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Shikhandi And Other Tales They Don’t Tell You consists of thirty-odd chapters with each one of them dealing with a character or incident of Queerness finding mention either in any one of our ancient texts or surviving the wrath of time by making its way through the still prevailing ancient oral traditions; all of them pertaining to Hinduism.

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