Kerala Governor launches Malayalam translation of 'Krishna - The 7th Sense'

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Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan released the Malayalam translation of the book "Krishna - The 7th Sense" written by Debasish Chatterjee, Director, IIM-Kozhikode.

An Overview of the News 

  • During the event, the Hon'ble Governor also unveiled the latest edition of Chatterjee's book "Karma Sutra - Leadership and Wisdom in Uncertain Times", a flagship book in the IIMK-Penguin series for budding managers.

  • Debasish Chatterjee is a globally acclaimed management guru and an accomplished educationist, with 18 books to his credit in the non-fiction category.

  • "Krishna - The 7th Sense" is Professor Chatterjee's award winning debut novel.

  • The event was significant as it marked the release of the Malayalam version of the novel, making it accessible to a wider audience in Kerala.

Krishna: The 7th Sense Background:

  • It is an allegorical novel written by renowned author and management professor Debasish Chatterjee of global repute.

  • The story revolves around a teacher named Keshav and his former students, including Neel and Kaya, who provide a deeper insight into their lives and relationships.

  • The novel explores themes of love, passion, pain, acceptance, affection, trust, and satisfaction, combining both ancient and contemporary elements.

  • The novel has been described as a captivating blend of "The Prophet" and "The Alchemist", promising a mesmerizing and transformative reading experience.

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