The website will contain a repository of information about Kannada books, a profile of authors, and links to online and offline stores where readers can buy them.
“We had a shared love for Kannada literature and identified a gap,” said Sathish Chaprike, managing director of the company.
“Kannada is one of the oldest known languages in India, yet today, its contemporary literature is surprisingly under-appreciated,” said Sathish.
Kannada speakers are spread across the world today and if they wish, they must have some platform to access these books,” he said.
“Further along in this project, we want to start a digital publication house so that even Kannada literature can find a place on platforms like Kindle,” said Kumar.
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