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About the Book -

The Laughing Buddha column has been one of the mainstays of Life Positive ever since it came into existence 17 years ago. Its light-hearted affirmative humor that pokes gentle fun at the many pretentions and poses so rife in spirituality have delighted innumerable readers all these years. There is an indisputable bond between humor and spirituality. Humor, like spirituality, deals with paradoxes, with meanings that lie beyond the surface. Little wonder, then, that this collection will not just enthrall you with its wit but also illumine you with its wisdom. In Swami Sukhbodhananda’swords (in the foreword), this book helps you not only to freely look at daily incidents of life lightly, but at the same time frees you to look at life.

 

About the Author -

Edited by Suma Varughese, editor-in-chief of the Life Positive magazine, The Laughing Buddha is a compilation of regular columns by the same name, started with the inception of the magazine. A regular in the magazine with a great fan following, the anthology saw contributions from various writers. Abhishek Thakore, Anupama Bhattacharya, KajalBasu, Swami Veeten, Swami Beyondananda and Harvinder Kaur are some of the people who’ll tickle your funny bones by their quirky take on all things spiritual. Theirhilariously spiritual writings are adored by thousands of readers across the country.

Publisher : Life Positive Publications

ISBN : 9788121616522

Format : Paper Back

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1 review for The Laughing Buddha Book

  1. jamuna@lifepositive.net'
    4 out of 5

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    An awesome book ….unlike other fiction or biographies you can always come back read a article or two have a hearty laugh and get back to your work. A must have book for overworked people ….who want to take a break and have a laugh.

    Saurabh

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