Buddhist Tales

Collection Of The Following Titles: Amrapalli, Buddha, Angulimala
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Title
Buddhist Tales
SKU
ACKBUDDH1345
Weight
0.1950
Pricefactor
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ISBN
9788184821345
Binding
Paperback
Author
Anant Pai
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
No
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
2000
Pages
96
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
25-35 Years
Volume Number
10022
Price
Rs.150
Special Price
No
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ACK has sold more than 90 million copies in 20 Indian languages.

Amar Chitra Katha was the first publication to combine the comics art style with ancient Indian stories.

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Anant Pai, our founder-editor, wanted to acquaint Indian children with their heritage. He believed that it would help develop self esteem.

The first 10 ACKs were European fairytales! The first Indian story started with 'Krishna', ACK no.11.

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Good book.

Saumya Ranjan

Reviewed on 12/8/2015

A good read.It revolves around the story of a dancer who later follows Buddha.
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