Friday, 8 November 2019

First-person story of Krshna by Anand Kadakol

Bengaluru, India - Sept. 24, 2019 -- The magnificent tale of Lord Kṛṣhṇa has been narrated to us for many years and is an integral part of Indian history. But what about the human life of Kṛṣhṇa? Notion Press, India's leading self-publishing platform presents to you iKṛṣhṇa, a tale that explores the dark, dangerous and human side of Kṛṣhṇa's story from his perspective.
The Lordly Incarnation had to not only experience all the malice and the chicanery that existed in those times but also the burden of dealing with all the distrustful characters of his time, work with them and try and bring them to a common ground, some with success, some with failure; but the most important point here is that he had to endure and live that life as a human being.
His destiny was to live a human life, and his life journey of was fraught with danger, treachery and brutal violence.
Thrown into chaos very early in life, he gradually lost his innocence and bravely faced the darkness of the world, stretching his human capabilities to the hilt. In one of the instances, the author narrates “I looked at the elephant, the elephant had raised its trunk and was struggling to get out of the mess it got itself into. The raised trunk gave me a golden opportunity. With the shining sharp sword in my hand I ran towards the elephant; with sword in both hands and hands high over my head I took a jump from the end of the ramp; while being airborne, took a hard swipe with the sword. . .”    
This is a story that delves into the human life of Kṛṣhṇa, chronicling every twist and turn in Kṛṣhṇa's own words. This first-person story is intriguing and compels one to read through the book. Book running into over 500 pages and in a very readable format unlike a typical book almost in an A4 format is a read which one will cherish for a lifetime.
An intriguing, immersive and beautifully detailed story could be in your hands; just grab your copy of this book/eBook on and other leading e-commerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, Google Play, iBooks and leading bookstores.
About the author:
Anand Kadakol worked in the corporate world for 25 years. Most of those years he spent in the financial services business specializing in payments services and helped build world-class products for a few organizations. A few years ago, he plunged into the diverse field of organic farming. He had been developing an organic farm for eight years, and after the farm started to yield choice mangoes, he left the corporate world and delved into the world of delicious, healthy, organic Alphonsos.
In parallel, a seed of an idea germinated. It took him three years to do research and nowhere is the result of that seed: It grew to form a book on Kṛṣhṇa's life. Anand's passion in life is saving trees and ecology. Writing is something he wanted to do all the time. It started when he was in college. But in pursuit of the rat race, it took the back seat. But now, sitting amidst the clean green where ideas germinate faster than elsewhere, this book was shaped from a beautiful idea.

Russian Timber & Wood Processing Companies meet up with their Indian counterparts

For the first time in the Indo-Russian trade history a Press Meet was organized by the Russian Timber & Wood Processing Companies and the Indian Timber and Wood Associations to apprise the media about the huge potential of trade in the Timber and Wood Processing world between the two countries. The PC was held at a suburban five star hotel near the Mumbai International Airport. 

The Trade Representation of the Russian Federation in the Republic of India was led by Pavel V. Komarov, Dy Trade Commissioner of the Russian Federation who was of the view that a personal dialogue was necessary between the businesssmen of both the countries.

"The Russian delegation is led by about Russian Timber & Wood Processing Companies who were present with their teams and are astonished by the business prospects as announced by their Indian counterparts. Once these parties have interacted with each other personally, it would be easier to extend further co-operation between the two countries," mentioned Paval V Komarov.

Prabhat Ranjan Dubey, CMD of The Maharaja Log Homes was upbeat about the prospects. "This is the first time that such a meeting and a Press Conference is held in Mumbai between the Russian and Indian Timber and Wood business. I am highly satisfied with the response meted out by our Indian corporates which is very noteworthy," revealed Prabhat Ranjan Dubey.

"The Russian Timber, especially the Birch plywood is on par with the other Ply manufacturing companies the world over. Infact the Russians have a competitive edge above them all with the superior Birch wood being imported in India," mentioned Anuj Jina, Export Sales Manager of Sveza, the world leader in Birch plywood production.

Galyna of Steadifilms was the interpreter between the two delegations. Steadifilms is based in Mumbai and provides Russian actors to the Bollywood film industry. It also facilitates the Indian production houses to shoot their films in Ukraine.

Abdul Qadeer facilitated the media's interaction with the Russian Delegation.