Sex, Gender and Mythology: An Open Talk With Mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik

Devdutt Pattanaik (Photo: INE News)
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Devdutt Pattanaik (Photo: INE News)
Devdutt Pattanaik (Photo: INE News)

BOSTON, MA—This 35-minute video interview with Indian Mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik might change your view on sexuality, gender discrimination, happiness, male domination, history and role of sex, joy and happiness. If not, at least it will provide you a new vista to look at sex.

Pattanaik, who has authored 30 books and writes on relevance of mythology in modern times, was recently in Boston to speak at India Conference at Harvard University.

In an exclusive video interview with INDIA New England News, Pattanaik openly talks about biological inadequacy of men, sexual pleasures of men and women, how sex has been portrayed in Indian mythologies and how its perception and practices have changed during the Muslim and British rules in India.

To watch the full video interview, please click here or on the link image below:

Pattanaik was trained in medicine and worked for 15 years in the healthcare and pharma industries, with a brief stint as business consultant at Ernst & Young before he focused on his passion full time.

He is author of 30 books, 600 articles, with bestsellers such as Jaya, Sita, Business Sutra, the 7 Secret Series and the Devlok series of children books. He has spoken at TEDIndia 2009, with a million hits for his popular talk: Myths that Mystify, East versus West.



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