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KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)
KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)
KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)
KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)
KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)
KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)
KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)

KIYOSHI SUZUKI - THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD (SIGNED)

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KIYOSHI SUZUKI
THE LIGHT THAT HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD

(SIGNED)

Published by Sansara Books, 1976

Book size 21.5 x 19 cm 
108 pages
Hardcover
Languages Japanese, English
Signed copy

Brahman No Hikari / The Light That Has Lighted The World is Suzuki's second published photobook, where he presents black and white photos of India that speak of the spiritual aspect of the country. A beautiful collectable photobook in good condition. Signed copy.

Extract from the book :

"In India the human creature has never been a conquerer of this world, but simply a child of the mother nature. Animals and plants has always been his brothers or sisters. And there you can see the real drama of life and death - escaping from the living agonies and dreaming dreams of the other world - repeated in an everlasting chain.

Through their religious life and hard exercises, are Indian people going to be led to the Bressing and embraced by the absolute light of Brahman?

The Heaven and Earth, the God and Man, and the Life and Death - In India I could throw my whole body and soul into the cosmic flow of life.

– Kiyoshi Suzuki

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Brahman No Hikari / The Light That Has Lighted The World est le deuxième livre de Suzuki. Il y présente des photographies en noir et blanc de l'Inde et aborde l'aspect spirituel du pays. Un magnifique livre de collection, en bon état. Exemplaire signé.

Extrait du livre:

"En Inde, la créature humaine n'a jamais été un conquérant de ce monde, mais simplement un enfant de la mère nature. Les animaux et les plantes ont toujours été ses frères et sœurs. C'est là que l'on peut voir le véritable drame de la vie et de la mort - échapper aux agonies vivantes et aux rêves de l'autre monde - se répéter dans une chaîne éternelle.Par leur vie religieuse et leurs exercices difficiles, les Indiens vont-ils être conduits au Bressing et embrassés par la lumière absolue du Brahman ? Le ciel et la terre, le Dieu et l'homme, la vie et la mort - En Inde, j'ai pu jeter tout mon corps et toute mon âme dans le flux cosmique de la vie."

– Kiyoshi Suzuki