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This Mixed Bag Of Tales Sheds Light On Buddha’S Path Of Right Words, Right Actions And Right Thoughts. We See How The Ugly King Kusha Wins Over His Beautiful Bride And How The Resourceful King Udayana Escapes A Life Of Bondage. The Painstaking Carpenter, In This Collection, Teaches Us The Secret To Ignoring Earthly Loss. Unfettered By Greed, Content If Not Wealthy, He Toils For Three Generations, To Craft A Single Cradle! Collection Of The Following Titles: Vasavadatta, King Kusha , The Acrobat & Other Buddhist Tales
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Title
More Buddhist Tales
SKU
ACKMORE0348
Weight
0.1950
Pricefactor
No
ISBN
9.78818E+12
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
10023
Price
Rs.180
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