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PrabhuIynanda

I wonder how many individuals would buy this book at Rs7500! May be an economical version prepared by including only very few necessary photos may be viable. By this at least the observations, ideas and opinions of the author who worked with concern and love towards the community for 15 years may reach people

Dushyant Ashok

Anyone who can afford a car or a laptop can afford this book. For those who genuinely cannot afford, local libraries or clubs can keep a copy of the book for them to read. This is an entirely non-profit project and the proceeds from the sale of books are earmarked for the Coorg Education Fund. Many people from the villages who attended the launch of the book in Coorg received free copies!