Ramayana – The Game of Life : Rise of the Sun Prince (Book 1)



one of the world’s great literary

masterpieces, skillfully retold for modern audiences. Epics like the

Ramayana have been recounted infinite times. Is there a need for another

 chronicle in the presence of so many? How is this one different? And is

 it relevant to our ever-changing modern lives?


Yes, there is a need, yes this is different and yes, it is relevant.

This new series of books, each following one khand of the Ramayana,

decodes the eternal wisdom of that poetic scripture through gripping


narrative and thought-provoking instruction. In the time-honored custom

of spreading wisdom through tales, every fascinating story in the epic is

retold here and every character unfolded to captivate your heart and open

your mind to lifes deepest questions.


The narrative closely follows Valmikis Ramayana, gently weaving in

folk tales as well as the beautiful analogies of the Kamba Ramayana.

The first of this six-volume series, Rise of the Sun Prince, takes you

through the divine story of Lord Rama from His birth up to His marriage.

Through these pages are revealed the tales of Dasarathas leadership, Vishwamitras

quest for power and the intriguing story of a little-known stone maiden. Ramayana:

The Game of Life has all of this and much more –

 food for contemporary thought drawn from an enduring masterpiece.






About the Author


Shubha Vilas, a spiritual seeker and a motivational speaker,

holds a degree in engineering and law with specialization in

Patent Law. His leadership seminars are popular with top-level

management in corporate houses. He also helps individuals deal

 with modern-life situations by applying the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita,

 Ramayana and other dharmic traditions. 


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 of results.”

Footnotes played very important role in whole book. Also , small explanations like How Ayyodhya looked , what were ones’ feeling at different point of time etc were beautifully portrayed.

Waiting for the second one. Waiting to learn more from life. It is a must buy.




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