Kissing Dragon by Uday Mitra
Konarak’s roller-coaster ride through a host of urban degradations in Bangalore, India, delivers him into the Land of the Buddha in Bhutan. A world of fathomless peace and ethereal forgetfulness, blessed by the legendary Dragon! Amidst materialistic values, Konarak manages a spiritual survival over dogma. He triumphs over the inscrutable world of social values. Scorching in intensity, KISSING DRAGON is a search for identity and fulfillment in a farcical world of lucre, power and incipient politics.
- ISBN: 9789993671008
- Publisher: UDAY MITRA
- Number of Pages: 100
- Length x Width x Heght: 20cm x 14cm x 20cm
- Weight: 157.765g
- Published: Reprographic(Thimphu) 2008
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About the Author
UDAY MITRA teaches English Language and Literature at the higher secondary school level. A Bengali-speaking Bangalorean, he spent a lifetime of service in the picturesque Himalayas, teaching Bhutanese children along with his wife LIna. He loves travel, art, culture and music along with Buddhist religion and philosophy.