Derived from Devdutt Pattanaik’s influential bestseller Business Sutra, this book explores concepts like creativity in the workplace, nurturing talent, and the importance of teamwork.
In this book, mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik turns his attention to ancient Greek tales and explores a new world of stories. Long have Europeans and Americans retold Indic mythologies. It is time for Indians to reverse the gaze.
The list of Dr Pattanaik’s events in the United States of America, dated between late September, 2016 and early October, 2016.
Parallels and differences, Dr Devdutt Pattanaik talks about his new book on Author TV
Devdutt Pattanaik returns with further insight on the essence of mythology and its symbolic representation with reference to our cultural identity.
The Krishna in Dwarka has four arms, the upper arms holding the chakra on the left, the gada on the right, and the lower arms holding the shankha on the left and the padma on the right.
Many Jain scholars have retold the Ramayana epic. Often, there are tales on the past lives of many key characters.
We often seek similarities between Indian and western stories. But we must probe the reason.
Devdutt Pattanaik hikes up a hill in Madurai to map its height in 2,500 years of Jain history in Tamil Nadu.
Typically, in India, we refer to an actor in a play or a character in a book as ‘patra’ which literally means vessel. Why?
The Jain temple enshrines a sage, who has attained the highest state of realisation.
The answer depends on what feelings are evoked in you by these four words: yogi, wild, erotic and witch.
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