|No of pages||123|
|Book Publisher||Puffin Books|
|Published Date||25 Nov 2011|
Author : Rohini Chowdhury3 Books
Rohini Chowdhury is a widely published children’s writer, and an established literary translator. As a children’s writer, she has more than twenty books and several short stories to her credit.
Her published writing is in Hindi and English, and covers a wide spectrum of literary genres including translations, novels, short fiction, comics, and non-fiction.
Her most recent publications for children include The Garden of the Djinn, a fantasy adventure novel. Her literary interests include mythology, folklore, mathematics and history.
Rohini’s primary languages as a literary translator are pre-modern (Bra Bhasha and Avahi) and modern (Khari Boil) Hindi, and English.
Her translations include the seventeenth century Bra Bhasha text Ardhakathanak, widely regarded as the first autobiography in an Indian language, into modern Hindi and into English, and the Hindi novel Tygart [The Resignation] by Jitendra, one of the leading Hindi novelists of the modern period, into English.
Her most recent translation is Devaki Nandan Khatri's mystery-adventure novel, 'Chandrakant', amongst the earliest and most popular works in its genre in Hindi.
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Gautama’s ideas went against the established beliefs of centuries. His teachings did not rely on the idea of a Supreme God or gods who could rescue humanity from its sorrows; instead he believed that nirvana lay within each person; and could be achieved by following the right path.
Even though he was one of the most influential men who ever walked the earth; very little is known about the life of Siddhartha Gautama; the man we call the Buddha. His teachings were followed for 1;500 years in India; and became the guiding principles of life for both rich and poor; high born and lower caste.
Today; the religion he founded is followed all over the world. Here is the fascinating story of his life―from his youth as a privileged prince to his renunciation and attainment of nirvana; how his teachings changed all those who came in contact with him; and the story of the tumultuous lives of people and kingdoms in ancient India