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 […]

Believer in goodness – interview

November 30th,2012, Chandigarh Navleen Lakhi , Hindustan Times “All that I am is a good Christian, which means I am also a good Muslim, a good Hindu, a good Jew…” he pauses till his eyes are fixed on a man in turban. “I am also a good Sikh,” he continues, insisting that for God, it is not about religion but about being good or bad. Wednesday warmed up to many good turns in a conversation with Jozef Banas, Slovak novelist, journalist, diplomat and politician, who was in town for a meet-the-author and reading session of […]

Newspapers in India about Jozef Banas

 January 18th, 2013   Daily Bhaskar: I am looking for Jesus’ History in India: India will be present in Slovak writer’s Josef Banas book: On Wednesday evening Josef Banas reached Alliance Francaise, the French Cultural Centre at Chandigarh in Sector 36.  He read extrats from his Slovak novel “Zona Nadsenia”, and then extracts from the German and Hindi translations were also read.  Banas is presently working on his 10th book entitled “Code 1”, in which he is looking for the history of Jesus’ stay in India.  According to him, he has already travelled to Kashmir […]