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Book Review of Ramayana: The Game of Life - Book 3 - Stolen Hope

I must say that the author had made an awe inspiring showing in displaying the Ramayana which compares with our everyday life. The micro analysis of this awesome Epic, as far as anyone is concerned to agree with present day life, as far as anyone is concerned, was not done by any one else prior.Book overcomes any issues between the reliable, customary way to deal with the Ramayana and the wound, cutting edge however energizing way to deal with the epic.If you haven't read the initial two books in the past, it doesn't matter.The Game of Life' is a series that endeavors to introduce a bona fide interpretation of the Ramayana in a totally present day and riveting way. As you flip the pages of these books, one believed is certain to pass your psyche; never has the Ramayana been so life appropriate.

Plot:
The book starts and closes with Rama and Lakshmana's conflict with two humongous evil presences Viradha and Kabandha that oppose all levels of creative abilities.Rama, Lakshman and Sita have touched base at Dandakaranya and a wise recounts to them the account of the woodland. How it is reviled and how Rama can recover the sages who live in the woodland, invaded by evil spirits. Rama has an overwhelming obligation on his shoulders and Sita is stressed over her husband.The story proceeds with, they begin living in Panchvati and afterward the seed for the war in the middle of Rama and Ravana is sowed in the structure Surpanakha's proposition; first to Rama and after that to his brother Lakshman. The proposition finished with Lakshman cutting the nose and ears of Ravana's sister.



I would say that the book is useful for any individual who wishes to comprehend Ramayana better. The clarification of Rama, Sita and Lakshman's doings is extraordinary. This book applies the lessons from Ramayana in contemporary life which is simply extraordinary. The sort of thing which is highly required in today's life.The author additionally shows us the significance of how to react yet not to respond when hurt. A story can't be developed in any preferred route over this. Presently I doubtlessly can hardly wait to peruse the fourth Installment. Alongside the story there are lessons and clarification in the pages foot. On the off chance that you attempt to peruse it along.The experiences are extremely valuable in our everyday life and offers us to see some assistance with peopling better.

Here are couple of illustrations:
"Overconfidence that your disguise is foolproof shows that you are a fool"
"Humor during one's own failure is the sign of acceptance
 Humor during another's failure is the sign of arrogance.
 Humor during one's own pain is the sign of tolerance
 Humor during another's pain is the sign of insensitivity"

About the Author:
Shubha Vilas, an otherworldly seeker and a motivational speaker, holds a degree in Engineering and law with specialization in Patent Law. His leadership classes are well known with top-level administration in corporate houses. He likewise offers people some assistance with applying so as to deal with present day life circumstances the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana and other dharmic customs.

Title: Ramayana: The Game of Life - Book 3 - Stolen Hope
Author:Shubha Vilas
Price: Rs. 209.30 (Amazon)
Pages:312
Publisher: Jaico

I am reviewing Ramayana: The Game of Life - Book 3 - Stolen Hope by Shubha Vilas as a part of the biggest Book Review Program for Indian Bloggers. Participate now to get free books!



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