Telling the book on his website, Dr Pattnaik says "Hindu Calendar Art possibly showy and naughty, but it is the best modern and unrestricted style of a mythic similes that when decked temple brickwork and palm mass manuscripts. They speak a terminology that is lukewarm to clear-headedness. It is the terminology of a people^as accept."
And as described in the Hindu string by Rana Siddiqui Zaman, the book- which nevertheless its lustrous colour veil, has lone black and white reproductions inside- "bursting with pictures and chapter-wise explanations on seven gods ^a" Ganesha, Narayan, Ardhanari, Shiva, Devi, Vishnu and Brahma ^a" is penned in a simple, word expression. According to the book, for instance, the all the rage god Ganesha, who is worshipped by Hindus formerly beginning a devise, has all logical bearings. His fib model is representative of power. The fib is a strong animal with no natural attacker in the forest. No animal dares to unencumbered his path, making it a creature that is cruel. His fat guess and belly unpleasant availability of skillful provisions and expectation of less work, symptomatic of chance and prosperity."
Dr Pattnaik practised drug for several years formerly he open this avocation, namely that of dissecting myths and explaining them to others.
In our Art and Religion Sections, 177 pages, softcover. Rs 295, ISBN: 9788189975678