Seven lines and five glaring factual errors also trivializing everything by Devdutt Pattanaik in his works is well exposed by Nityanand Misra.
Iskcon please take it up
Besides lack of knowledge or acceptance of ignorance it has more to do with perverted perspective and putrefied frames of references to suit a preconceived interpretation intended to generate publicity through creating controversy by portraying oneself as a scholar.
There is never anything wrong with a different and even aberrant interpretation of any text.
However, assuming the right to ride on gullible peoples’ sensitivities without any humility is obviously a desperate attempt to seek some cheap publicity or award carrying a huge some from some anti-India brigade.
Phenella writes in “The Unwritten Comedy”.
“To be ignorant of many things is expected
To know you are ignorant of many things is the beginning of wisdom.
To know a category of things of which you are ignorant is the beginning oflearning.
To know the details of that category of things of which you are ignorant is to no longer be ignorant.”