About the author: Indian author, mythologist, and speaker Devdutt Pattanaik is renowned for his work in deciphering and demystifying old Indian mythology and its applicability to contemporary life. In addition to other subjects pertaining to Indian culture and spirituality, he has produced numerous volumes on Hindu mythology, folklore, and philosophy.
With Devdutt Pattanaik’s approach to mythology, simple ideas are made more understandable and relatable to a larger audience through the use of symbolism, storytelling, and visual depiction. His writings have become more well-known because of their capacity to link conventional wisdom with cutting-edge insight.
“My Gita”: One of the most significant works of Hindu philosophy, the Bhagavad Gita, is presented in this book by Pattanaik in his own unique and modern interpretation.
“Jaya”: An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata” tells an interesting and approachable version of the Mahabharata.Similar to “Jaya,”
“Sita”: An Illustrated Retelling of the Ramayana” offers a new interpretation of the Ramayana, focusing on Sita’s persona and her journey.
“The Pregnant King” tells the tale of Yuvanashva, a monarch who becomes pregnant, and examines gender and sexuality in Hindu mythology.
The book “Myth = Mithya: A Handbook of Hindu Mythology” by Pattanaik explores the numerous parts of Hindu mythology and discusses its interpretations and symbolism.
The book “7 Secrets of the Goddess” examines the various facets and manifestations of Hindu goddesses as well as their significance in Indian culture.