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The Hidden Side of the Moon

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:This collection of essays is Kämpchen’s musings on a wide range of topics concerning India and Europe. Initially published in The Statesman, it reflects his unique Indo–European world view on issues, places and people that influenced him deeply. As a European, exploring and comprehending the duality and paradox of India had been like discovering the hidden side of the moon, which made him feel ‘complete’ at last.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

:Martin Kämpchen was born in Germany in 1948 and has been living in India for the last 40 years. Widely travelled, even as student, his education spread over the continents, from the US to Vienna and Paris, and from Chennai to Santiniketan. He has a PhD each in Literature and Comparative Religion. An acclaimed journalist, translator and editor he has written and published extensively, in both German and English, on Indian culture and is today considered an important cultural link between India and Germany. Since 1980, Santiniketan has been his base from where he has translated the Shri Ramakrishna Kathamrita as well as Rabindranath Tagore’s poems, from Bengali to German. His book Simply Do It: Do It Simply was published in 2013, by Niyogi Books.

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