Garden of Life

Garden of Life : A Poetic Awakening

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Garden of Life is an enchanting collection of poems about great legends and dreams, war and peace, the great divide of America, personal transformation, and nature scenes. This is no ordinary poetry book. This book is intended to bring change to America and to the world. The white peacock on the front cover stands for peace.
Legends such as the life and teachings of the first Buddha - Siddhartha Gautama Buddha, and the story of the young Egyptian King, Tutankhamen. War poems, such as the Vietnam War, the 9/11 tragedy, American invasion of Iraq, the Syrian War, and even corporate war on America are penned in the book.
Our beautiful world has been torn apart by hatred, violence, and pollution. It needs a lot of healing. Despite our different faiths, cultures and geographies, we must rise together in love, peace and compassion to support progress.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 148 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 213g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508610177
  • 9781508610175

About Jaya Kamlani

Jaya Kamlani is an Indian-American author and poet. A former Silicon Valley technology consultant and a graduate of St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, she has been living in America since 1969.
Jaya uses storytelling to encourage introspection of how our actions impact humanity. As a 20 year Silicon Valley technology veteran, she is a firm believer of applying Kaizen to continuously improve businesses, countries, and ourselves.
Her debut non-fiction book, "To India, with Tough Love" (2013) was written to promote public awareness of social, economic and environmental issues impacting India as well as sustainable solutions, which can be adapted in the country and across the globe.
Other books include her memoir, "Scent of Yesterday" (2014) and "Garden of Life" (2015). She collaborates with her daughter, Minal Cherie Kamlani, on all her publications.
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