Rise of the Sun Prince: Book 1 - Rise of the Sun Prince (Book 1)

Rise of the Sun Prince: Book 1 - Rise of the Sun Prince (Book 1) (English, Paperback, Vilas Shubha)

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Rise of the Sun Prince: Book 1 - Rise of the Sun Prince (Book 1)  (English, Paperback, Vilas Shubha)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Jaico
    • Genre: Religion
    • ISBN: 9788184955309, 8184955308
    • Pages: 256
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    Ramayana - The Game of Life: Rise of the Sun Prince (Book 1), by Shubha Vilas, is the ancient literary masterpiece retold for modern audiences.

    Summary of the Book

    This title is published as a part of the series of books that follows one ‘khand’ of Ramayana each, deciphering the eternal wisdom through gripping narrative and thought-provoking narration. The retold story and unfolded characters will leave your heart and mind open and make you contemplate on the bigger questions of life. The narrative in this title closely follows Valmiki’s Ramayana, delicately entwining with folk tales and striking analogies of the Kamba Ramayana. The first of the six-volume series, Rise of the Sun Prince takes you through the divine story of Rama from his birth up to his marriage. The book also recounts the tales of Dasaratha’s leadership, Vishwamitra’s pursuit of power and the enthralling tale of a little-known stone maiden.

    About Shubha Vilas

    Shubha Vilas is a motivational speaker and a spiritual seeker. He helps top-level management in corporate firms through leadership seminars. He draws on the ancient spiritual texts like The Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharata and Ramayana, to help individuals deal with contemporary dilemmas of life.

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    Table of Contents
      • The Angry Curse Turns into Glorious Verse
      • A Sad Monarch in a Happy Kingdom
      • A Flood of Sweetness
      • Happiness – Not Always Satisfaction
      • Laws of Progressive Living
      • A River of Tales
      • You Rise When Your Pride Falls
      • Virtues and the Virtuous
      • Might is Not Always Right
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    5

    Beautiful blend of intriguing story with Life Lessons or 'Sutras'

    Best thing of book is 'Life Lessons' or 'Sutras' on almost every page, which help in relating the story with our own lives.

    It is intact with the original epic, unlike other recent authors who change story according to their whims and fancies.
    Presented in lucid manner, keeps reader bound.

    "A good game is full of twists and turns at every stage and promises to thrill with its absolute unpredictability of results."

    Waiting for next book to come :)
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    Utsav Mone

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    7 Mar, 2014

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    Excellent Book

    The author has written the book in an excellent away. The description in each chapter are heart touching and excellent.
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    Narayana

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    29 May, 2014

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    Must Must Must Buy !

    Rating :- 4.5/5


    Beautifully written book. I have seen Ramayana 100 times but this book changed
    my views about Epics. Beautiful explanations provided. Also things have been
    broken down into many pieces so that people can understand it.
    Lot of things which people never knew about Ramayana have been highlighted
    (like 353 wives etc)
    Quotes will teach us lot of things like :-

    "A good game is full of twists and turns at every stage and promises to thrill
    with its absolute unpredictability ...
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    Udita Pal

    9 Apr, 2014

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    A New Kind of Ramayana...

    I must admit I started reading the book a bit reluctantly…after all it was just another Ramayana. But I was completely surprised... I have never come across a book that gives stories and then has footnotes to explain what we can learn from it! The lessons are so amazing that I can go back to reading them again and again. The book adds a lot to our knowledge and provokes us to think over all aspects of life. This is Ramayana in a whole new way!
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    18 Feb, 2014

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    Ramayana is not a book; it is way of life

    The book Ramayana : The Game of life- Rise of the Sun Prince unpacks the layers of Bala Kand of Ramayana in a clear and engaging way... through the author's depth of understanding and research rendered in this wonderful piece of work , we are able to travel a little closer to the practical understanding of Ramayana in our daily life--- mastering our own life through the thought provoking footnotes...

    The analogies indeed opens up the life's deepest questions.. I will be reading and ref...
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    8 Jan, 2014

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    Very Enlightening, simple to understand & apply in our professional and personal life.

    Shubh Vilas pr has presented Ramayan and in most easy way to practice in our life. The stories are presented in such way that we can easily pick up the essence and apply it in our professional and personal life.
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    9 Dec, 2013

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    Complexity of ideas and Simplicity of words!

    ...in my view, the above combination makes for rich literature.
    The author forces your eyes to read laterally and vertically at the same time. Every incident has its parallel interpretation and insight as a footnote.

    Book 1 , in a non-linear sequence goes through Rama's childhood up to his marriage. Delightfully , the latter half focuses on Vishwamitra. His repeated attempts, failures and sheer perseverance to become Brahmarishi is a beacon of hope for every person who loses heart at fail...
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    shinde sweety

    25 Dec, 2013

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    Perfect mythology book.

    This book is written very simply yet the narration is very exciting and perfect. You would love to know not only about Lord Rama but also about Vishwamitra and Dasaratha is detail. I loved the way Shubha Vilas has written notes and messages in the footer of the pages. Also the Laws discussed later on makes you a better person while reading the book itself. I am in awe of this book. It is just the part 1. The author can take us simply in a new world by the next 5 to come in the market. Lots of...
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    Abhilash Ruhela

    2 May, 2014

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    Never thought that Ramayana could be that interesting

    What a wonderful book , "Rise of the son prince" is!!!. So well written with pearls of wisdom on every page , makes it very difficult to put down. Read it and fall in love with the sun prince , LORD RAM . must buy for everyone . Amazingly even after reading and watching the Ramayana earlier , I am eagerly waiting for the next part!!!
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    Bina Pansare

    29 Dec, 2013

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    Everyone needs a hero to look up to and adore :-)

    How do you tell a story which people think they already know? Difficult thing to do ain't it? But there is this magical realism in epics like The Ramayana which gives us something to ponder and discuss no matter how many times you read or hear it. In my case, every second story of Ajji was something to do with Lord Rama. All things right and wrong during childhood was taught in context with him. Obviously so, there was this natural tendency in me to read this rendition although I am not a vor...
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    Raksha Bhat

    16 Aug, 2014

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