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