Mandala

Mandala

Mandala is not the name of the heroine of this book, it is an icon symbolizing, with its symmetrical appearance, the universe. The Mandala was known as a devotional religious symbol to later become a symbol of modern sciences, philosophy and the arts. In this novel, we could say that the Mandala was the lucky charm for the heroine Malika which accompanied her throughout her extraordinary cosmic journey.
The reader can eventually be entertained by asking strange questions: would it be possible for me to live in the age of my grandchildren even if they haven’t yet come? Or live in the age of my ancestors if I weren’t born then?

Author : Hanan Tabaq

Illustrator : Jana Traboulsi

Publishing House Kalimat
Publishing Year 2015
Cover Type Paperback
Size 19.5x13x1
Publishing House
Kalimat
Publishing Year
2015
Cover Type
Paperback
Size
19.5x13x1

40.00 AED

Description

Mandala is not the name of the heroine of this book, it is an icon symbolizing, with its symmetrical appearance, the universe. The Mandala was known as a devotional religious symbol to later become a symbol of modern sciences, philosophy and the arts. In this novel, we could say that the Mandala was the lucky charm for the heroine Malika which accompanied her throughout her extraordinary cosmic journey. The reader can eventually be entertained by asking strange questions: would it be possible for me to live in the age of my grandchildren even if they haven’t yet come? Or live in the age of my ancestors if I weren’t born then?

Additional Information

SKU 978-9948-18-405-8
Author Hanan Tabaq
Illustrator Jana Traboulsi
Translator No
Publishing House Kalimat
Publishing Year 2015
Age Group No
Cover Type Paperback

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