Flower Called Rose,The

Everyone who appreciates the beauty of flowers will enjoy this unusual book. It is a large-format coffee table book in glorious colour, displaying Hazur Maharaj Charan Singh’s personal photographs of roses. All his life Hazur enjoyed the hobby of photography, both in India and abroad, but in his later years he focused on the beauty of flowers, primarily roses. Preceded by a short introduction that documents Hazur’s activities as a photographer, the book includes 263 pages of his rose photos, accompanied by quotations from various mystics about the beauty of roses and their spiritual symbolism.

Author: RSSB
Category: Miscellaneous Themes
Format: Hardcover, 264 Pages
Edition: 1st, 2017
ISBN: 978-93-80077-60-4
RSSB: EN-256-0

Price: USD 30 including shipping.
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Estimated price: EUR 26.78, GBP 24.57
Copies: 1 2 (maximum)


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