Bengaluru: Infosys Foundation chairperson and author Sudha Murthy, launched her 30th book The Upside Down King, on Wednesday, the Children's Day.
During her conversation with author Vikram Sampath, she delved deep into mythology, whether it is rapidly disappearing from among the youth and the many ways in which it can be made more interesting for children.
Ms Murty talked about her third book in the series of unusual stories in Indian mythology, where readers discover speaking bears, Ravana's brother the God of Wealth, and a man with a thousand arms. In her discussion, she brought out the dissimilar personalities of Krishna and Rama, despite being the reincarnations of the same god, Lord Vishnu.
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