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Rise Of The Sun Prince by Shubha Vilas: An Excellent Epic Saga Redefined

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Touching an Epic Masterpiece that already has its deep roots in every heart and mind for years, is really a hilarious job. On top of it when you not only touch it but also add more significance to it. Thereby adding more value to it. And thus making it more meaningful for the current generations. Shubha Vilas has done a wonderful job in taking an uphill task of rewriting the great Indian Epic Masterpiece Ramayana and the first book Ramayana: The Game of Life: Rise Of The Sun Prince Book 1 is out for the modern readers to read Ramayana in a context where they don’t lose the originality of the story but in addition keep knowing the in-depth meaning of each and every action & activity that happened in Ramayana.
Rise Of The Sun Prince by Shubha Vilas: An Excellent Epic Saga Redefined

[sociallocker id=”1977″]The saga of Ramayana, as we all know is in verses. It is a mammoth masterpiece by Valmiki having over 24,000 verses, 640 chapters across 6 books. The current volume – Rise of the Sun Prince takes it readers through the birth (and pre-birth) era of Rama to the marriage of Lord Rama with Sita. As we all know that Ramayana is a beautiful saga of Prince Rama, son of Dasaratha, the king of Ayodhya. The book tells the purpose of Ramayana in a very simplified manner. Saint Valmiki was looking for a great hero. Someone who is greatest of all, to write about him and present it to the world to follow.

Rise Of The Sun Prince by Shubha Vilas

The story of the Rise Of The Sun Prince goes on in a very interesting manner. Valmiki asks Narada about who is the best hero among all? He further elaborates his question on the description of who a hero is. The one who is full of qualities, bearing the best behavior, bravest and daring, truthful and so on. Narada takes some time to let Rishi Valmiki realize it that it is none other than Lord Rama. He is the only one who he can present as an example to the world to follow as an ideal.

Rishi Bhardwaj knows that the saga of Rama has to reach to the world. Nobody else but Valmiki can write it in the best way. It was, therefore, important to make Valmiki realize. To realize his potential to write such a huge saga masterpiece. And that too in such a manner that at no point of time it loses its beauty and connection. So through an incident with a hunter, Valmiki comes to know about his real potential. The potential of presenting the things in verses style. And thus Valmiki agrees to write Ramayana. Once Ramayana is complete, Valmiki’s next task is to find out the best of the narrators. To spread the word around. What an interesting book Rise Of The Sun Prince by Shubha Vilas is.

Rise Of The Sun Prince by Shubha Vilas

Sita, along with Lov and Kush was living with Valmiki during that period. And it took no time for Valmiki to identify Lov and Kush as the best narrators to travel all across. They would sing the verses of Ramayana to general public. So as to tell about the brave deeds and extreme character of Rama. The duo sing epic in a very beautiful manner. So much so that the words of the praises of Lov and Kush reach the kingdom of Ayodhya. Lord Rama invited Lov and Kush to visit the kingdom and sing Ramayana among all present there. Both sides were not aware of their relationship. Though Rama knows that the epic hero in context is none other than him. But he never let others realize it. As a matter of fact, Rise Of The Sun Prince will bind you thoroughly throughout.

Rise Of The Sun Prince by Shubha Vilas: An Excellent Epic Saga Redefined


Shubha Vilas has done a wonderful job in presenting Ramayana: The Game of Life: Rise Of The Sun Prince Book 1. In fact, it is in such an interesting manner that the reader not only stays engaged to the story but get an altogether different insightful meaning of the story, book, characters and the purpose behind it.[/sociallocker]

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