Buddha’s Bride: A Fictional Tale

4 out of 5

Bride of the Buddha is a captivating novel that delves into gender dynamics, identity, and the search for spiritual meaning. It appeals to both Buddhists and general readers, receiving high praise from Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, and ForeWord Magazine. The story revolves around Yasodhara, the abandoned wife of the Buddha, as she navigates the challenges of a patriarchal society and finds her own path to liberation. This page-turner offers a unique perspective on the milieu of the Buddha, shedding light on the limitations imposed by religious patriarchy. With 294 pages, it promises an immersive and thought-provoking reading experience.


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