Ramayana: Stand Strong by Shubha Vilas – Book Review

Ramayana: Stand Strong



The Ramayana is not a story. It’s a way of life. It’s the game of life.

Life is a constant reminder that nothing, however powerful in one season, remains unchanging. The endless cycles of change can truly us if we are unprepared to face its realities. However, we often see these changing times as problems larger than they really are. Many issues in life when perceived with fear, result in pain; but when perceived with CLARITY, result is FREEDOM.

Situations of helplessness are almost always created by our own limited imagination.

Do you have the courage to face your fears?
Stand Strong, the fourth book in Ramayana: The Game of Life series reminds us through its eternal stories — such as the tale of brothers Vali and Sugriva — that life is like a high-risk treasure hunt: one often has to walk through a maze of confusing paths while being chased by dangerously complex dilemmas to find the hidden treasure of wisdom.

Book Review:

If a book is written by Shubha Vilas, what can the readers expect? Yes, a motivational and positive book that is encouraging as well as enlightening. Ramayana: Stand Strong is just what you expect from this motivational speaker and author. It is the epic Ramayana presented in the most inspiring and motivating way. Retelling is not the word to explain the book. It is more like a narration of the incidences in a way so that the readers of modern era can comprehend them easily.

The book is mainly based on one of the most well-known incidences, Kishkindha Kanda of the original Ramayana written by Valmiki. Many events from this part of Ramayana are narrated in the book.

The book offers an easy way to look at life with a new perspective. It helps the seekers or people interested in reading spiritual or self help books get a clearer picture about life and get a meaningful direction.

The narration is engaging with vivid description of the incidents. The language is fluid and simple which makes it very easy to read and understand.

The cover of the book is just appropriate considering its theme. And the title; catchy.

Overall, the book is a great read and is recommended to those who want to either learn more about the epic Ramayana or are looking for some inspirational read.

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