Ramayana: The Game of Life – Stolen Life
are put to test. Rama’s righteousness, Lakshmana’s loyalty and Sita’s endurance
reflect our own sense of values and judgment in difficult times. The story
unfolds the facets of human life – the conflict and the trickery, the praise
and the slander and, above all, the hope and the despair in the eventful forest
life of the Exiled Royals.
extreme love. It is about arrogant power and deep devotion. With every twist
and turn, Rama, Sita and Lakshmana find themselves robbed of whatever and
whoever they value most.
father and son, husband and wife, teacher and disciple – and the complex game
of power and greed, Stolen Hope mirrors our own dilemmas in the modern world
and teaches us how we must overcome them.
previous parts of it, thanks to BlogAdda’s review program. These books are an absolute delight to read. However, for anyone living in India and or for anyone having a vague
idea about Ramayana, it isn’t hard to put the pieces together and enjoy the
book. The book is beautifully written and depicts the days when Rama leaves for
exile with his wife and brother.
the reader. The story teaches you the lessons of life which are perfect for
self-help. The little anecdotes are perfectly depicted by the author in a very
interesting manner, which keeps the reader hooked to the book. These have been my favorites right from book one and still continue to be so. The book holds
charm for its lucid writing, wonderfully detailed characters and superb pace of
the story. The author lives up to the expectations of the readers who had
already read and liked the previous two parts and waited patiently for the
third one. Now that I am done reading the third one, I can’t wait to get started with the fourth one!