Valentines Day Sale
Buy Buddha Volume: 6  Ananda by Tezuka Osamu online in india - Bookchor | 9780007251605

Supplemental materials are not guaranteed for used textbooks or rentals (access codes, DVDs, CDs, workbooks).

Buddha Volume: 6 Ananda

Author:

Availability: In Stock

In Book Six, As Kapiluvastu Burns And Its People Are Hunted Down, An Infant Refugee Ananda Is Granted The Gift Of Invincibility By Mara, An Evil Demon. Nurtured By The She-devil, Ananda Learns To Use His Power To Become A Fearsome Bandit, Honing His Cruelty And Selfishness Before He Is Unleashed Upon The Demons Enemy: Buddha. Originated In The 1970s, Buddha Is Osamu Tezukas Unparalleled Rendition Of The Life And Times Of Prince Siddhartha. Tezukas Storytelling Genius And Consummate Skill At Visual Expression Blossom Fully As He Contextualizes The Buddhas Ideas, With An Emphasis On Action, Emotion, Humour And Conflict As Prince Siddhartha Runs Away From Home, Travels Across India And Questions Hindu Practices Such As Ascetic Self-mutilation And Caste Oppression. Rather Than Recommend Resignation And Impassivity, Tezukas Buddha Predicates Enlightenment Upon Recognizing The Interconnectedness Of Life, Having Compassion For The Suffering, And Ordering Ones Life Sensibly. Furthermore, His Approach Is Slightly Irreverent In That It Incorporates Something That Western Commentators Often Eschew, Namely, Humour. About The Author Osamu Tezuka (1928-89) Is The Godfather Of Japanese Graphic Novels. A Genuine Intellectual, Deeply Familiar With Western Culture From The Bible To Goethe To Hollywood, Tezuka Originally Intended To Become A Doctor And Received An M.D. Though Many Have Followed His Example, It Is Still Tezuka Who Draws The Deepest Awe With His Sweeping Vision, Deftly Intertwined Plots, Persuasive Characters, Feel For The Workings Of Power, And Above All, An Indefatigable Commitment To Human Dignity And The Sanctity Of Life.

Condition Chart?
Seller: BookChor
Dispatch Time : 1-3 working days
In Book Six, As Kapiluvastu Burns And Its People Are Hunted Down, An Infant Refugee Ananda Is Granted The Gift Of Invincibility By Mara, An Evil Demon. Nurtured By The She-devil, Ananda Learns To Use His Power To Become A Fearsome Bandit, Honing His Cruelty And Selfishness Before He Is Unleashed Upon The Demons Enemy: Buddha. Originated In The 1970s, Buddha Is Osamu Tezukas Unparalleled Rendition Of The Life And Times Of Prince Siddhartha. Tezukas Storytelling Genius And Consummate Skill At Visual Expression Blossom Fully As He Contextualizes The Buddhas Ideas, With An Emphasis On Action, Emotion, Humour And Conflict As Prince Siddhartha Runs Away From Home, Travels Across India And Questions Hindu Practices Such As Ascetic Self-mutilation And Caste Oppression. Rather Than Recommend Resignation And Impassivity, Tezukas Buddha Predicates Enlightenment Upon Recognizing The Interconnectedness Of Life, Having Compassion For The Suffering, And Ordering Ones Life Sensibly. Furthermore, His Approach Is Slightly Irreverent In That It Incorporates Something That Western Commentators Often Eschew, Namely, Humour. About The Author Osamu Tezuka (1928-89) Is The Godfather Of Japanese Graphic Novels. A Genuine Intellectual, Deeply Familiar With Western Culture From The Bible To Goethe To Hollywood, Tezuka Originally Intended To Become A Doctor And Received An M.D. Though Many Have Followed His Example, It Is Still Tezuka Who Draws The Deepest Awe With His Sweeping Vision, Deftly Intertwined Plots, Persuasive Characters, Feel For The Workings Of Power, And Above All, An Indefatigable Commitment To Human Dignity And The Sanctity Of Life.
Additional Information
Title Buddha Volume: 6 Ananda Height 19 mm
Tezuka Osamu Width 14 mm
ISBN-13 9780007251605 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 0007251605 Spine Width
Publisher Harper Collins India Pages 368
Edition Availability In Stock

Goodreads reviews

Free shipping

On order over ₹599
 

Replacement

15 days easy replacement
 

9050-111218

Customer care available