Rumi: Tales to Live By

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Title:Rumi: Tales to Live By

ISBN:9783986345937

Author:Kamla K. Kapur

Publisher:Jaico Books

Publish Year:2017

Edition:None

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Self Help

Language:English

Remarks:B&W Illustrations.

Pages:165

Size:127 x 197 mm

Weight(gms):205

Price:USD 6.00

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  • Personal, poignant and fierce with passion for life and the sacred, Rumi: Tales to Live By will leave you with heart-wrenching gratitude for life’s trials and gifts.
    Approaching the final days of his life, the great Sufi mystic Rumi penned down the wisdom he had gained over the years into a spiritual masterpiece known as the Mathnawi. A rich and insightful retelling of his work, Rumi: Tales to Live By is a sweet, comforting and at times, fiery guide to nourish the spirit. 
    Against the backdrop of modern times and issues, Rumi’s sketches of humanity show a new generation of spiritual seekers how to live through the trials and tribulations of life, illuminating even the darkest of paths with divine light.
    Award-winning author Kamla Kapur further enhances the read with personal experiences from her own journey, making the narrative an enchanting mix of the real and the wondrous. Touching, passionate and sparkling, her commentary on these sometime forgotten but beloved stories clears the clouds of confusion and inspires in readers the strength to follow The Way.
    Kamla K. Kapur is a bestselling poet, author and playwright. Kapur taught courses in play writing, poetry, creative nonfiction, fiction, mythology, Shakespeare and women’s literature at Grossmont College in California for eighteen years. She and her husband divide their year living in the Kullu Valley in the Indian Himalayas and in Southern California.

    Kamla K. Kapur

    Kamla K. Kapur is well known in her native India as a poet, author, and playwright. Her previous work includes Ganesha Goes to Lunch (2007) and Rumi’s Tales from the Silk Road (2009). Kapur has also published two books of poetry, As a Fountain in a Garden and Radha Speaks, numerous short stories, and a series of award winning plays. Kapur was on the faculty of Grossmont College in San Diego, California, for eighteen years and taught courses in play writing, poetry, creative nonfiction, fiction, mythology, Shakespeare, and women’s literature. She and her husband, Payson Stevens, divide their time living in the Kullu Valley in the Indian Himalayas and in Southern California.
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