Proud parents

Kamalaksa Das - September 18, 2007 7:53 pm

Dear friends,


filled with joy we hereby announce the publication of Krishangi's new "book" "Little fish - big fish".


Fresh off the press, this is a story bound to capture the hearts and minds of the young as well as the slightly more mature readers. This publication has it all: antiquarian bookstores, fish in vases, floods, a snake used as a rope and the daily squabbles of a married couple.


Now what more could you ask for?


"Nothing" is presumably the answer your mind serves you with as you raffle through your spouse's purse in order to finance the intended purchase.


But fear not, as you won't have to break the piggy bank to secure this literary masterpiece for your bookshelf. Heck, we're practically giving away them for free! Only a token payment of 7 bucks and we'll have one of these babies on their way to your doorstep. Now run!




Orders can be placed through Tattva-viveka or by personal message. Thank you!




As an added bonus and sign of good faith we provide you with the ad for the book in our native Finnish. Go figure.


Kamalaksa Das - September 18, 2007 7:55 pm

Oh, we almost forgot. This is to date the longest book we have published. Pictoral evidence enclosed.


Syama Gopala Dasa - September 18, 2007 8:21 pm

Longest book? I just noticed it says Lion on your shirt in Dutch.


Send me a book asap! I'll send my address. I'll do a review on my blog.

Kamalaksa Das - September 21, 2007 6:51 pm

As for promotional pictures we had Krishangi in deep water. But what will not a lady of her calibre do for art?


A small shipment of books is on its way to Audarya and if you are quick they just might sell you a copy.


Kamalaksa Das - October 31, 2007 3:43 pm

Judging from the many boxes of comic books we still have lying around the house it seems that not everyone has yet ordered their own book of the little fish who grew up to be a big fish. This is a thing that needs to be corrected the soonest!


As an added incentive to do so, I'm posting an article that appeared in the local paper. Of course, it more or less paraphrases word for word our press release (who said being a journalist had to be hard work..?) but on the upside, there are very few errors to correct. And they even posted our picture of Krishangi as the king.


If you are just now waking up to the insatiable need to own your own copy, please write us. We can work out some nice arrangement for compensation.