Book launch by Puneeth JH at Sapna Book House “The Forbidden Quest of Mysore”

Puneeth JH is an Indian writer, relishing in Germany. He indited his first book at an early age of nineteen and covet to write until he is ninety. He presently writes codes in C++ for living and stories for his love for words. He inscribes on the vivid issues of romance, feminism and mythicism.

Apart from writing, his Jekyll and Hyde tendencies make him a researcher cum programmer in the field of future wireless communication. In laymen words, he is one among the million engineers, who are trying to connect multiple smart vehicles with ultra-reliable low latency communication, so that they could drive on their own, and bring down the loss of life in road accidents. His second book, “The Forbidden Quest of Mysore," is a historical fiction which emphasizes on Indian history for the youth.

The book is published by Half Baked Beans Publishing house and it’s a traditional publishing house which has published over a hundred books.

About the book:

Long ago, in and around 1500, a famous astrophysicist Yagnabhatta created an ancient enigma, Gandabaerunda. To protect it from falling into the wrong hands, the great King Krishna Devaraya hid it in Mysore. Ever since then, the chase behind it has never stopped.

Back in 2017, there lived a self-claimed archaeologist, Amar. He loved an intellectual girl, Pooja. Like every other Indian love story, they too had hurdles. Pooja was elder, and her father was richer. Their families were of a different caste and spoke different languages. Yet they never stopped loving each other.

Bundle up thoughts and embrace into the city of palaces as Amar and Pooja go in search of an impossible mission. Can the couple overcome the trials to decode the hidden secrets of the King Raja Wodeyar III? Can they fight the prejudices of the Indian society to get married?

Address: Sapna Book House, No 32, Residency Road, Opp the Gateway Hotel, Brigade Rd, Junction, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560025

Date: Saturday, 8th Dec 2018

Time: 5:00-7:00 PM


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