Harper Collins Publishers
|Number of Pages||288 Pages|
|Dimensions (Cms)||19 x 13 x 2|
The philosophy of Jainism explained in easy-to-understand language showing how its tenets are still very relevant even today.
Accompanied by striking illustrations in Devdutt Pattanaik’s trademark style.
These sixty-three essays represent Devdutt’s understanding of Jain beliefs, based on twenty-five years of study of Indian and Western myths.
Many historians believe that Jainism and other hermit schools were simply a reaction to Vedic ritualism. But for most Jains, their religion has no origin: it has always been
Jainism was rediscovered by Rishabh-dev, the first Tirthankar of this era.
In Bahubali, Devdutt Pattanaik explores the stories, symbols, rituals and ideas associated with one of India's most ancient but lesser known faiths and shows us why the tenets of Jainism are still very relevant to all of us even today.