• he Ramayana is not a story. It is a way of life. It is the game of life. Stand Strong is the fourth book in Ramayana: The Game of Life- The bestselling series. A modern retelling of the Kishkindha Kanda of Valmiki’s epic, it reminds us through the tragic story of brothers Vali and Sugriva that life is like a dangerous treasure hunt. One must be resilient while running through confusing, zigzagging paths to acquire essential wisdom. Do you have the courage to face fears? Life is a constant reminder that nothing, however powerful in one season, remains so in the next. These endless cycles of change could really spook someone who is unprepared to face the realities. Remember that situations of helplessness are always created by one’s own limited imagination. Shubha Vilas is a spiritual seeker and a motivational speaker. He helps people in dealing with modern-day life situations through the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana and other dharmic traditions. He conducts leadership seminars in premier institutes across the world and inspires deeper human values.
  • When was the last time you came across a novel that you felt like reading all over again? Have you ever met characters in a story who appear different to you every time you read about them? Most stories can be enjoyed once, at the most twice; they have nothing new to offer after the second read. But unlike regular stories, the Ramayana grows more interesting with every reading. An all-encompassing story, it adds value to every kind of reader and addresses every human need. Here, we find adventure and romance, mysticism and sinister plots, struggles and immortal values, poetry and intellectual analogies, and so much more. Some books teach ideals and some books entertain. Ramayana: The Game of Life is an attempt to present this timeless story in a way that is entertaining to the heart and enlightening to the intellect.
  • When was the last time you came across a novel that you felt like reading all over again? Have you ever met characters in a story who appear different to you every time you read about them? Most stories can be enjoyed once, at the most twice; they have nothing new to offer after the second read. But unlike regular stories, the Ramayana grows more interesting with every reading. An all-encompassing story, it adds value to every kind of reader and addresses every human need. Here, we find adventure and romance, mysticism and sinister plots, struggles and immortal values, poetry and intellectual analogies, and so much more. Some books teach ideals and some books entertain. Ramayana: The Game of Life is an attempt to present this timeless story in a way that is entertaining to the heart and enlightening to the intellect.
  • When was the last time you came across a novel that you felt like reading all over again? Have you ever met characters in a story who appear different to you every time you read about them? Most stories can be enjoyed once, at the most twice; they have nothing new to offer after the second read. But unlike regular stories, the Ramayana grows more interesting with every reading. An all-encompassing story, it adds value to every kind of reader and addresses every human need. Here, we find adventure and romance, mysticism and sinister plots, struggles and immortal values, poetry and intellectual analogies, and so much more. Some books teach ideals and some books entertain. Ramayana: The Game of Life is an attempt to present this timeless story in a way that is entertaining to the heart and enlightening to the intellect.
  • The Ramayana is not a story. It is a way of life. It is the game of life. Feeling frustrated over events that are out of our control is a waste of energy and time. Rama and his army survived the grim years of exile by being patient and persistent, trusting each other with their lives. The characters’ determination reflects our own set of values and judgment during challenging situations. This book teaches us that we need to be righteous to stay on course. Cheating for personal gain will not ensure our triumph. Instead, unwavering loyalty to our principles will do so. It reiterates that challenging situations will be present anywhere and everywhere we go. It is how we handle those situations that define us as a person. It teaches us to remain calm in the face of adversity.   Do you have the patience to stick with your goals till the end? Adopt Patience, is the third book in Ramayana: The Game of Life series. A modern retelling of the Aranya Kanda of Valmiki’s epic, this volume explores the dynamics of the complex games of power and greed, mirroring our own dilemmas in the modern world and prompts us to overcome them using the wisdom spilled over these pages.
  • The Ramayana is not a story. It is a way of life. It is the game of life. Life should be predictable and smooth — this is what most of us are comfortable with. In reality, we face stress, hard times and unexpected upheavals that can knock our breath out. If we are not prepared for any hindrances, challenging situations are sure to throw us off course. This book teaches us exactly that. Every situation in the Ramayana is a reflection of our modern dilemmas and asks us an unavoidable question: “How do we cope with a sudden turn of events without losing hope”? Conquer Change is the second book in Ramayana: The Game of Life series is all about facing the reversal of fortune and moving on. Author Shubha Vilas reveals profound rules of human relationships and conduct – what works, what fails to work and how to navigate through this amazing labyrinth.
  • The Ramayana is not a story. It’s a way of life. It’s the game of life. A good game is full of twists and turns at every stage and this magical epic arms us with valuable tools to deal with anomalies in our own lives. These quirks turn us into valiant warriors in the face of the most challenging situations. It is not the divine knowledge you possess that makes you divine but What you do with it that does. Whether we like it or not, life puts us into these three categories: positive contributor, negative Destroyer or protective mediator. Are we doing anything to contribute to our society? Is anything we do negatively impactful to anyone? Are we taking any steps to thwart actions that may affect our loved ones? This book shows us to take a step back, contemplate our actions and revise our methods if required. It is a clarion call for anyone who is looking for that perfect motivation! So which Role Do you want to play in this game? Roar with Courage is the first book in Ramayana: The Game of Life series. A modern retelling of the Bala Kanda of Valmiki’s epic, it presents the realities of life with far-reaching and thought-provoking lessons. With deep wisdom, author Shubha Vilas explains the timeless values that will be relevant to the contemporary world.
  • eing patient and finding success The Ramayana is not a story. It is a way of life. It is the game of Life. How one expands one’s scope of action with confidence and calm under extremely challenging circumstances is what separates the extraordinary from the ordinary, just like Hanuman did. His selfless determination to stay the course with steadfast focus and faith to accomplish his mission makes him a worthy and inspiring protagonist. Here are some invaluable lessons from his life on overcoming obstacles: be confident. With unwavering faith in himself, Hanuman jumped across the ocean to find Sita in an unfamiliar land. Say no to distractions. Absolute focus helped him prioritize his course of action. Know your rivals. Competing with surasa would be futile, so he realized that it was wiser to take on a humbler approach. Are you confident and fearless enough to achieve your goals? Radiate confidence is the fifth book in Ramayana: the game of Life series. A modern retelling of the Sunday Kanda of Valmiki epic, this book highlights Hanuman’s devotion and heroics. Replete with lessons on faithfulness, loyalty, self-confidence, self-belief, fearlessness and all the attributes that help counter challenges and find success, The author, Shubha Vilas, illuminates the path to success.
  • Within this extraordinary memoir, Radhanath Swami weaves a colorful tapestry of adventure, mysticism and love. Readers follow Richard Slavin from the suburbs of Chicago to the caves of the Himalayas as he transforms from young seeker to renowned spiritual guide. The Journey Home is an intimate account of the steps to self-awareness and also a penetrating glimpse into the heart of mystic traditions and the challenges that all souls must face on the road to inner harmony and a union with the Divine.
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  • The Real You

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    This book is a collection of: “Pearls of wisdom, in the necklace of life, for the beauty of the soul.”To seek is the nature of the living force. The search of the soul seems never-ending. But the real need is not just to seek, but to seek the right thing from the right source.Wisdom is the quality of having experience, knowledge and good judgment about the truths of life. Essentially, knowledge that not just informs but also actually transforms is called wisdom. For example, a diamond is nothing but an ordinary piece of coal, which, with the help of nature’s wisdom, has transformed into the most precious jewel. Similarly, the soul with the help of the right knowledge from the right source has the potential of being transformed into The Real You. When the sun shines on a snow-capped mountain, the layers of snow melt down helplessly. Similarly, when the sun-like wisdom shines on a covered entity, layers of ignorance start melting away, thus uncovering a The Real You. Real learning has to be holistic and not just in one dimension. When learning happens using multiple faculties, the depth of its influence is always greater. Historically, knowledge has always been combined with art. Our experience and the experience of the world is that each form of learning can influence us equally powerfully. So in this book you will find a combination of the wisdom of the heart with the wisdom of the art. This combined wisdom can make us ponder, wonder and help us overcome the blunder of ignorance which leads to suffering and sorrow. This book is a collection of:
    “Pearls of wisdom, in the necklace of life, for the beauty of the soul.”