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Under the Painted Eyes: A Story of Nepal

 By Ferd Mahler

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ISBN : 9788120816831, 8120816838

Year of Publication : 1999

Edition : 1st

No. of Pages : 100

Language : English

Condition : New

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The three novels of "Under The Painted Eyes" are set in the shadow of the

great Himalayan Mountains and against the background tapestry of Nepal's

fascinating history and rich culture. Fictional and historical characters

live, love, fight and worship under the watching eyes of the Adi Buddha,

which are painted on the torans of the Swayambhunath and the Bodnath and

other ancient temples. The novels tell of romance and love over the

centuries and the happiness and tragedy they bring. There are the

golden-roofed pagodas and the exotic festivals, intrigue, war and massacre,

and the abuse of power and finally the successful struggle for democracy in

modern times.


"The book brings out mixture of the history of Nepal in the most

interesting manner, in a heady intrigue of romance and war... The

description of temples and festivals alone are engrossing enough to bring

more tourists to Nepal." - TRIBUNE

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About the Author(s)

FERD MAHLER, an economist, worked for many years with the International

Labour Office, a United Nations' agency. During the 1980s he undertook

consultancies in Nepal where he travelled widely and met many people in

both towns and villages. He had the opportunity to learn much of Nepal's

history and culture and its problems.

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