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Stories of the Buddha

Anita Khanna (Author)
Synopsis The essence of the Buddha's mission was compassion for all creation. The stories have been selected from the events in the life of Gautama Buddha. The Buddha means the enlightened. The Sakya prince did not reject life entirely but returned to it, declaring the middle path or moderation, avoiding the extremes of self-affliction and indulgence. As the Buddha made his first discourse at the Deer Park in Varanasi, he set the wheel of dharma rolling.
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About the author

Anita Khanna

Anita Khanna (b. 1953) had a stint as a Mombusho and Japan Foundation schoalr at Osaka University in Japan where she worked on Japanese literature for two years. She pursued her Ph.D. From Jawaharlal Nehur University. Japanese literature has been her forte, which took her back to Japan to the school of letters at Osaka University. Subsequently she worked on the juvenile literature of Meiji and Taisho period at the International Institute of Juvenile Literature in Japan and presented a research paper in their research journal. She worte her first book The Jataka Stories in Japan, that traced the development of the Indian motifs adapted in Japanese literature. She has also authored Some Japanese Stories and Stories of Buddha. Currently she is based at the Jawaharlal Nehur University teaching Japanese as an Associate Professor at the School of Languages, Literature and Culture Studies.

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Bibliographic information

Title Stories of the Buddha
Author Anita Khanna
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170119138
length 80p.
Subjects Children