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Puffin Lives: The 14th Dalai Lama Paperback – 25 Nov 2011
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Aravinda has always loved books and stories and it seemed only natural that when she grew up, she too would write. She has had several jobs in dotcoms (in the 90s) and other places. Her longest and most enjoyable stint has however been with a children s library called Hippocampus. Aravinda is part of a small group called Think Tibet that organizes events to introduce people to the Tibetan community. For Think Tibet, Aravinda set up Lama Mani Books to publish Tibetan stories for children. She has authored two books, Dorje s Holiday at the Gyenso Khang and Dolma Visits the City (2009). Aravinda lives in Bangalore with her husband, dog and a visiting menagerie of dogs, squirrels, crows and snails.
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the account of life and struggle of Dalai Lama and the emotions of tibetans are well versed in this little book by Miss Arvinda Ananthraman.
The events of Dalai Lama's life are portryed in the form of short stories. This little but amazing book holds good account of history and relation between India and Tibet. Thanks Amazon for this lovely book and prompt delivery.
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This is the first book that I have read about the Dalai Lama that states the current state of affairs, his view of changes and reason for the change in decisions, his comments on criticism, the need for maintaining tradition and modernization, coalition and preservation. The book does end with an optimistic note, which is good.
Look forward to more books from the author!