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    Must read

    Was hoping for a historical perspective, but except for some magnificent poetry, the book was mostly a compilation of the myths and legends surrounding the story.
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    Good book..

    the light of asia book is good one, good being a book no complaints. Good book.
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    L O A. is the book very close to my heart.

    Light of Asia is the book very close to my heart. It requires time and patience to enjoy the beauty of this book. The journey of Siddhartha to Buddha is not a journey of a single man, but it is the journey of the mankind. I loved this book.
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    A masterpiece in writing and content.

    Sir Edwin Arnold delights the reader with unmatched grace in the quest to introduce the reader to the lovely world of Buddhism and its Truths, and the incredible story of Prince Siddhartha Gautama who (after much, much suffering) while sitting under the Bodhi Tree in Bodh Gaya awakened out of the wheel of sorrow and ascended into pure enlightenment, wisdom, love, and mercy, therefore becoming The Buddha.
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    A very beautiful

    A very beautiful, poetic read. It gave me a better understanding of what Siddhartha (the Buddha)must have gone through when he decided to abandon his royal life, his wife and his son to pursue and end to suffering.
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