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Finally, on February 4, Penguin decided to stop publishing it and agreed to pulp all remaining copies of the book officially stating that “a publishing company has the same obligation as any other organisation to respect the laws of the land in which it operates, however intolerant and restrictive those laws may be. We also have a moral responsibility to protect our employees against threats and harassment where we can. The settlement reached this week brings to a close a four year legal process in which Penguin has defended the publication of the Indian edition of The Hindus by Wendy Doniger.” Best-selling author of several books on Hindu mythology Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik points out that the “problem with Wendy’s writings is her unapologetic and rather naïve obsession with psychosexual analysis of Hindu gods.” But the bigger problem is, he warns, “Discomfort can turn to rage when American universities start promoting Wendy’s speculations as ‘the’ truth, rather than ‘a’ truth, one that may not necessarily align with popular beliefs on the ground.” However, Dr. Pattanaik is completely against the banning of the book and asks us to seek refuge in Hinduism itself in coping with the discomfort of Wendy’s book: “But then we take solace in the Hindu philosophy of timelessness: this has happened before and will happen again. Watch other people’s hatred and insecurity, and outgrow your own