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Ashoka: the warrior who spoke of peace

By: Pai, Anant Ed.
Contributor(s): Waeerkar, Ram Ill.
Series: Amar Chitra Katha. Publisher: Mumbai; Amar Chitra Katha Pvt Ltd, 1973Description: 32p.: ill.ISBN: 9788189999063.Subject(s): Stories | Historic Fiction | Mythology | Juvenile FictionUDC classification: 82-343:741.5 PAI.536/A Summary: A power-hungry warrior and a peace -loving-wife-could they ever tread together on the path of non-violence? Ashoka waged war after ruthless war, yet by the time his children grew up, he proudly saw them off as Buddhist missionaries. Read about the charmed life of this famous king of Magadha, who not only built a properous kingdom but spread the message of universal love.
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A power-hungry warrior and a peace -loving-wife-could they ever tread together on the path of non-violence? Ashoka waged war after ruthless war, yet by the time his children grew up, he proudly saw them off as Buddhist missionaries. Read about the charmed life of this famous king of Magadha, who not only built a properous kingdom but spread the message of universal love.

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