When she can no longer bear the idea that suffering exists in her world, Princess Butana gives up her luxurious royal life to help free others from pain. She only has to reach the temple of the closest village to find her first directive - girls are not allowed! If half of the planet's population can't creatively contribute fully, how can anyone expect to end the suffering of the world?
She must embark on a mission to reveal the secret history of her planet and restore balance to a world that has lost its way. The only way to ease the big pain, to solve the biggest global problems, is by everyone being included in the solutions.
Proudly produced by GUCCI, this is the inspired tale of a "Girl Buddha", the origin of the young hero Bunny Buddha. A modern "Disney Princess" story that gives people of all ages a new image of the princess ideal.
GUCCI's Equilibrium Initiative is championed by a self-imposed commitment to support emerging global media talent. Bunny Buddha strives to create learning experiences seamlessly fused with entertainment, working to nurture consciousness and self-empowerment in their audience. This makes them a natural partner for GUCCI as we work in collaboration to promote Consciousness As Luxury; The expansive feeling of looking up the wondrous stars matched with the integrity of design and craftsmanship is the ultimate cauldron of confidence.
"The power of the feminine represents the greatest untapped energy resource in the world. This energy has the potential to turn the tide of fate for our species."
When You Buy From Bunny Buddha™ YOU Help Empower Women & Girls Worldwide.
Girls are powerful. Girls have limitless potential. Girls can change the world. And yet in certain places around the world, girls continue to lack access to opportunities.
Girls encounter major obstacles and discrimination in their lives, and they experience them early.
When girls are empowered, it benefits all of us. Investing in girls is key to reducing poverty: Girls who receive an education marry later, have fewer children, and are more likely to get healthcare for themselves and their children. Every year of schooling increases a girl’s future earnings by 10-20%.