Sunday, September 15, 2013

Keerthinidhi Kesarisingha - Kannada Historical Fiction penned by Chitra Amma!

So mum (Chitra Amma aka  Chitra Ramachandran) is a BIG history buff! She and my aunt (Vidya Murali) are particularly fascinated with history of Mysore and surrounds.  Their book Keerthinidhi Kesarisingha is an enthralling historical tale of courage and valour, based in Tippu Sultan's times!  After many years this pet project saw light of day as a blog, and now its  finally got published! Its a rich book with colourful illustrations by my aunt. Most friends and acquaintances reading the book, say that its like watching a movie!

Now that its published, we are amateurs in the publishing world and figuring out how to reach it to the audience!!!  If you read Kannada and love books - this one is for you! Its a wonderful book for children (12 years and up), youth and anybody with an interest in Kannada literature!


Here are more  details about the book:

About Keerthinidhi Kesarisingha 

Chukku Bukku Review

Prajavani  Review

Facebook Page:  This page keeps getting updated with very interestinghistorical  trivia, and sample illustrations!

Also check out the home-made video preview for this book below or  here in Facebook.

video


To buy the book:

IF YOU ARE IN INDIA
If you are in India, the easiest would be to contact us via mail on  kesarisingha@gmail.com.  The book costs Rs.250/-  and there will be a small postage charge depending on where in India you are.

IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE INDIA 
Just use the 'Buy Now' button on the side panel of this blog! The cost covers shipping anywhere in the world.

If you are interested in BULK PURCHASE (give them as gifts for a wonderful way of celebrating Kannada!), send us an email (kesarisingha@gmail.com) and we'll let you know the discount as well as shipping charge! 


Do share this link with your Kannada friends!

Thanks!
Dibs

1 Post your Comments:

Kavs said...

Many congratulations Chitra Amma! I love your blog and visit regularly. I really wish I could read Kannada. I understand bits of spoken Kannada but that's about it. :(
Good luck with the book and I am sure it will be well loved by its intended readers. :)