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Ramayana - The Game of Life (English, Paperback, Vilas Shubha)

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Ramayana - The Game of Life  (English, Paperback, Vilas Shubha)

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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
  • Genre: Religion
  • ISBN: 9788184955316, 9788184955316
  • Pages: 404
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  • Jaico Publishing House
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  • 0.8 inch
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Wisdom at it's best

Amazing book. Valid for all age groups. A must read. This book has started on a very intense note and specially explains a lot about how to face reversals in life. Amazingly written. This book is no less than a self help book. The author;s books completely talks about life in a very pure sense. Get this book, read it, make notes and extract the most out of it to improve your attitude towards life.
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Tanay Agarwal

Apr, 2015

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Ramayana A Book which glory can not be end

Ramayana Shattered dream Book #02 by Shubha Vilas is morphine for lover of poetry and philosophy. According to me this drug should be taken by everyone without doubt in mind. Ramayana is always my one favorite epic and ithihas of India that dipped me spirituality and trust. Lord Rama itself a drugs to truth seeker, dharmaic people and sages for years.
Ramayana as a tale:
 Ramayana as a tale is most interpreted book in human history. It has been interpreted by view of Hanuman, laxmana, sita, ...
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Surender Negi

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Jul, 2016

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A must have in your home library

Almost everyone in India knows the story of Lord Rama. Yet, it never fails to enchant with its many twists and turns. Rama’s story is in fact a thesis about living life in the pure and noble way. Shattered Dreams talks about the wisdom Rama exhibits while handling the reversals of fortunes, Keikeyi’s greed for power, the love and faithfulness of Bharata, Laxmana and Sita -the shattered dreams of Dasaratha.

When I started reading this book, I was excited, as I had been greatly impressed by th...
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Preethi Venugopala

Jul, 2015

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The book reveals the truths of life.

A relevant modern-day English reinterpretation of an Indian legend, retold. This book is written by a spiritual seeker and a motivational speaker, Shubha Vilas.

Mythology, to write in series, is a great challenge. And to keep the reader hooked is yet another challenge.

Many good ideas and opinions came along with the reading. Without losing out the original touch and story-line from the authentic Ramayana, it teaches some wonderful philosophies to live with. This book gives a perspective to...
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Aayesha Hakim

Jun, 2015

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Book Review - Ramayana: The Game of Life

The Ramayana depicts the victory of good over the evil. It is an ocean brimmed with innumerable pearls of wisdom for every aspect and juncture of life. Every time you take a dip in the ocean, you are bestowed with one of the zillion pearls lying in its womb and the deeper you plunge, the more exquisite the pearl is. Shattered Dreams is one of the parts of that illimitable ocean which commands an exploration to unearth the treasure that lies within.

The mythological text assumes greater signi...
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Manish Purohit

Jun, 2015

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A Beautiful Retelling of Ramayan

The book has authentic base to it and it is certainly not the mythological mumbo-jumbo of the interpretation of Indian mythology. Though the book is mainly based on Valmiki’s Ramayana, it also entwines lyrical beauty of Kamba Ramayana, Tulsidas’s Ramcharitamanas and folk philosophy of Loka Pramana Tales. This book narrates the spellbinding drama of Ram’s exile from Ayodhya. The book also gives us a glimpse of Ravana, who is going to play a significant role in the coming volumes of this series...
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Pankaj Goyal

Jun, 2015

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Amazing!!!

The book takes us deep into the core of Ramanaya and shows the essence of this magnificent epic. As we know, Ramanaya teaches us mainly about the various roles one comes across in a life time - husband, brother, father, wife etc. The one thing that I have promised myself would be to recommend it to the new generation who is losing grip of the magnificent epic. This book hence bridges the gap from achieving the pristine knowledge that epics deliver. I would read it myself to my kids in futur...
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Vishnu Keloth

Jun, 2015

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Recommended for Epic lovers, Management gurus & Aspirants

We received a review copy of the book & there are lot of things which we found interesting in the book. Lessons from Ramayana are connected to the modern day. This makes it easier for readers who do not have much idea about the epic. The author helps us visualize the beauty of “being self-less” through the actions of Lakshmana & Bharata. Through Manthara’s character, it beautifully portray’s “How poisonous instincts of one person can lead to the disaster of an entire nation [Ayodhya]”.

The a...
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Himanshu Sheth

Jun, 2015

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Review for Ramayana

Mythology is one of my favorite genre and Mahabharata and Ramayana are always classics. No matter how many times you read it you get to read new stuff. And according to me every author has his own perspective of these classics. Every Author brings his own version of the epic whenever he or she writes the Ramayana or the Mahabharatha. Shubha Vilas's Ramayana, The Game Of Life is a series of 6 books. I am writing the review of the second part of this book called Shattered Dreams.

In Shattered...
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Dipti

Jun, 2015

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Ramayana with quips and insights of wisdom to draw parallel in real life

The book - "Ramayana: The Game of Life Shattered Dreams" mentions Ramayana in a more purist form. It presumes the original story in a raw sense by following up on the story of Valmiki’s Ramayana. It keeps changes in the scenes to a minimum and does not resort to imagination or twisting facts to cater to popular cravings. To state the unspoken fact, Ramayana and Mahabharata are two epics which do not need any amendment in the content for they have tales from all angles of emotions – sacrifice,...
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Alka Ranjan

May, 2015

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