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Kubera: God of Many Hues

Authors (s): Madhurika K Maheshwari (Author)
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-13: 9788186786345
Pages: 302p., Bibliography; Index; 284 Colour; Illustrations; 215 X 280cm.
Pub. date: 10.07.2013, 1st. ed.
Publisher: IIRNS Publications
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB79379
List price: US $ 175,00
Bagchee price: US $ 157,50
You save: (10.00%)
Member price: US $ 141,75 info

Overview for Kubera: God of Many Hues

Kubera, Lord of Yakshas, is a multi - hued god with numerous legends associated with him. Starting with the birth of Kubera, this fascinating study traces the various legends associated with Kubera abd their iconographic delineation, the integration and parallel of Kubera in Buddhism and Jainism, his representation in the other countries of Asia and in the different part of India and so on.

This Book, from the pen of the author of highly acclaimed book From Ogress to Goddess - Hariti, A Buddhist Deity, is an exhaustive treatment of Kubera and an excellent addition to Indian iconographic studies.

Contents: Kubera: God of Many Hues; Legends of Kubera: in word and in stone; Dikpala Kubera: Guardian of the Noth; Jainism: Enter the Sasandevatas; Buddhist Kubera: Close but not a clone; Kubera's Vimana Flies to Asia; Marks of Kubera: The Personification of Good Fortune; God Materials: From Clay to Gold; Up the ladder of the God.

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