By Vaishnavi Jayakumar, First Published : 15 Mar 2009 in New Indian Express, Chennai At the end, one is left with two niggling questions. Why, in this anti-hero age, is there no book of Ravan? (Or everyone’s favourite Karna for that matter). The second is, Who is Devdutt Pattanaik? The answer to the latter is far more interesting than all …
Hayagriva is a demon as well as a god in Hindu Mythology.
This is a pointer to my talk in the conference on “Literature and Films” at the Film Institute, Pune, on 22 March 2009
When seen symbolically, the act of covering and uncovering the body reveals many secrets.
What legacy do we plan to leave behind?
There is a reason why the Devil’s Advocate is called,thus.
Kishore Biyani is “a borderline atheist”. Yet, he’s got a Chief Belief Officer delving into mythology to shape management at the Future Group
The Vindhya mountain range is still waiting for him to return.
You say “Potato” I say “Potatoh” but we are still referring to the same vegetable,are we not ?
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