Yash Denari 201 Sarth Subhashite

50.00

In Sanskrit there are many aphorisms telling how to live peacefully a successful life. This book has compiled 201 of them. It is interesting, informative and adding wisdom to one?s personality. It can develop one culturally, as there are hints for the mannerism to be followed.

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In Sanskrit there are many aphorisms telling how to live peacefully a successful life. This book has compiled 201 of them. It is interesting, informative and adding wisdom to one?s personality. It can develop one culturally, as there are hints for the mannerism to be followed.

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Weight 50 kg
Dimensions 21.5 × 14 cm
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