Slovak bestseller about Christ in the USA

The New York publishing house Hybrid Global Publishing has released one of the best-selling Slovak novels (40,000 sold copies), From Jerusalem to Kashmir: The Secret Life of Jesus in India (original title Kód 1). The novel has also been published in the Czech Republic and in India (by the largest Indian publishing house Rajpal and Sons). After the novels I Shall Prevail! Štefánik and Stop Dubček!, From Jerusalem to Kashmir: The Secret Life of Jesus in India is Banáš’s third novel introduced to the US book market. The foreword is written by Dr. Clint G. […]

The novel Code 1 has entered the Indian market

The publishing house Rajpal and Sons seated in New Delhi, India, has released the Hindi edition Jerusalem Se Kasmir Tak of Jozef Banas´ novel Code 1. The publishing house, established in 1912, is one of the largest and eldest in India. It publishes prominent domestic and foreign authors such as Jiddu Krishnamurti, the most significant spiritual teacher of 20th-century India, Ruskin Bond, Jaswant Singh, Dalai Lama, Benazir Bhutto, Abdul Kalam, the President of India, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the Splading Professor of Eastern Religion and Ethics at University of Oxford, Amritlal Nagar, Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of […]

Code 1 in Czech translation

In December 2017, the largest publishing house in the Czech Republic Euromedia Praha brought out one of the most successful novels written by Jozef Banáš, Code 1 translated by Robert Pirchl. The novel depicting the lives of Jesus Christ and the apostle Thomas in India sold 37,000 copies by the end of 2017.  

Slovak bishops would chase Christ away

December 19th, 2013 German speaking monthly “Neue Pressburger Zeitung” comments the novel Code 1 NEUE PRESSBURGER ZEITUNG Politics and society “Slovak bishops would chase Christ away” Christoph Thanei In his newest book, the Slovak bestselling author Jozef Banáš tangles with the Roman Catholic Church leaders. Since September 12th this year, when Jozef Banáš´s new novel Code 1 was published on the Slovak market, the book has become the topic of many heated discussions. The documentary novel Code 9, which was published three years before and sold almost 36,000 copies – an incredible number as for […]