• About The Game : - The Game Challenge is to be the first to own a card of each species and become a Human.

    A thrilling indoor board game designed for kids

    • Based on concepts of Bhagavad Gita
    • Change into a different species with every roll of dice
    • Swing up and down the ladder of evolution with God’s mercy or Demon’s curse
  • When Vishnu in his Vamanavatara rescued the gods from the asuras, Brahma reverently washed his feet. Ganga was born from this holy water. Why did Lord Shiva hold her in his hair? Why did she descend on Earth? What are the different names of Ganga? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Ganga in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection.
  • Once the devatas and the asuras churned the ocean to obtain amrita. Goddess Lakshmi was among the treasures that appeared from the churning. Whose consort is goddess Lakshmi? Why is she a revered goddess? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Lakshmi in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection.
  • Parvati was the daughter of the King of the Himalayas and Menaka. She was also the consort of Lord Shiva. One day, she created Ganesha. Why is Parvati also called Himani? Why did she create Ganesha? What does she symbolise? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Parvati in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection.
  • When Krishna planned his appearance on Earth, he asked Radha to go before he did. Radha took birth and opened her eyes only after Krishna arrived. Who were Radha’s parents on Earth? How did Krishna meet her? What was the first word uttered by Radha? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Radha in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection.

  • Saraswati expels the darkness of ignorance from the world. She was created to bring order into the chaos prevailing in the Universe. Soon she appeared and everything fell into place. Who created Saraswati? What is her favourite vehicle? What musical instrument does she hold in her hands? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Saraswati in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection
  • Goddess Shachi lived happily with her consort, Lord Indra. Once, Indra killed the demon Vritrasura, a brahmin, but left heaven out of remorse. Nahusha then became the king of heaven. What is Shachi’s other name? Why did she leave the palace? Did she find Indra? Spiritual seeker and author Shubha Vilas has simplified this lesser-known tale of goddess Shachi in his inimitable style. The easy flowing language and wonderful illustrations add to the charm and make it a prized possession in one’s personal collection.
  • भारतीय परंपरेत किंबहुना समाजमाणसात अनन्यसाधारण महत्त्व असलेला चितरुण असा महानायक म्हणजे हनुमान. ‘अणुपासोनि ब्रह्मांडाएवढा होत जातसे’ इतकी प्रचंड क्षमता ज्याच्या ठायी एकवटली आहे, त्या हनुमानाविषयी परिचित-अपरिचित अशा अनेक गोष्टी सांगणारे हे पुस्तक आहे. हनुमानाच्या बालरूपापासून महानायकाच्या प्रवासादरम्यानची अनेक गुणवैशिष्ट्ये यामधून वाचकांसमोर येतात ती वाचकांना निश्चितच प्रेरणा देणारी आहेत. हनुमानाच्या गोष्टींची आधुनिक शैलीमध्ये नावीन्यपूर्ण रीतीने मांडणी लेखकाने केली आहे. भारतीय पुराणांमधून आणि लोकथांमधून हजारो वर्षं अस्तित्वात असलेल्या हनुमानाच्या कथा एकत्र आणण्याचा अभिनव प्रयत्न यामध्ये केला आहे. त्याला भारतातील वैशिष्ट्यपूर्ण हनुमान मंदिरांच्या माहितीची आणि हनुमानासंदर्भातील प्रार्थनांचीही जोड देण्यात आली आहे; हे या पुस्तकाचे वैशिष्ट्य होय.
  • Jai Hanuman gyan guna sagar Jai Kapish tihu loka ujagar Sounds familiar doesn’t it? But notice that Hanuman is being called Kapish…the king of monkeys...Hanuman did not rule any kingdom, then why Kapish? Because though he did not rule any kingdom, he ruled over hearts! Vali and Sugriva only sat on the throne, but Hanuman sat in every heart. Not only did he rule over the hearts of every citizen of Kishkinda, he also ruled over the hearts of Sita and Rama. He continues to rule over the hearts of unlimited beings even today. Thus he is rightly addressed as Kapish or king of Vanaras. For more interesting understanding on Hanuman Chalisa, get your copy of my new release on Hanuman Chalisa. This book will make your understanding of Hanuman Chalisa deeper.
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    ILLUSTRATED Ramayana -Paperback

     200.00
    This is an authentic retelling of Valmiki’s great epic Ramayana that chronicles Lord Rama’s heroism, and Sita’s grit and devotion. Flying chariots, magical weapons and a raging battlefield are brought to life in this timeless retelling by Shubha Vilas that will take young readers on an enchanting adventure, and also impart important values. Filled with vibrant illustrations by award-winning illustrator Ishan, this book is a lucid narration of the triumph of good over evil.
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    Aids visual learning

    The captivating and bright illustrations are perfect to grasp kids’ attention, making them turn the pages to read more. This book is great for picture comprehension and color recognition.

    Imparts ethics and morals

    The book is filled with stories that are passed down from generations and continue to fascinate young readers and adults alike. Lord Ram’s heroism and Sita’s grit and devotion symbolise the triumph of good over evil. The stories throughout the book impart moral values and teachings.

    Age-appropriate content

    The book is carefully designed keeping in mind age-appropriate content to help your child comprehend and enjoy the pleasures of reading. Its easy and engaging illustrations, writing style and stories filled with lessons and morals make reading fun for your little one.

    About the Author

    Shubha Vilas is a storyteller, motivational speaker and an author, who holds a degree in engineering and patent law, but he chose to leave the mainstream society to live a life of contemplation, and study scripture in depth. As a child, his grandmother regaled him with stories from the Ramayana, which captured his heart and soul, and thus began his tryst with scriptures. He started writing stories inspired by the Ramayana and how it is still as relevant to us as it was in the Treta yuga. Some of his popular works include Open Eyed Meditations, and Mystical Tales for A Magical Life: 11 Unheard Fantastic Vedic Stories which transform Vedic literature and epics into relatable stories and contemporary life lessons. Shubha has also penned down a fun-filled version of Panchatantra stories for children titled Pandit Vishnu Sharma’s Panchatantra: Illustrated Tales from Ancient India, to captivate them with beautiful illustrations, and lessons that sharpen their thinking abilities. Shubha is deeply passionate about imparting education that helps build character in children. This has led him to create a value-education module which can be incorporated into children’s existing syllabi. With this module, he guides young minds towards an inspiring life, filled with values and principles. Ishan Trivedi is an award winning Illustrator-Storyteller from New Delhi, India. After completing his Masters in Fine Arts from Lucknow University, Ishan has worked with several top children book publishers of India and abroad. His unique art style combines several traditional Indian Folk styles and presented with a contemporary taste. Some of his notable books are Boondi and Nimboda. He also enjoys sculpting and customizing action figures.
     
  • it is Krishna who says in the Bhagvad Gita 4.9

    Janma karma ca me divyam

    evam yo vetti tattavatah

    tyaktva deham punar janma

    naiti mam-eti so’rjuna

    the more we hear about the appreance of Krishna and His divine pastimes , the more assured we are of exiting the merry-go-round of birth and death and going back to him   Janmashtami Wonders of the 8th Child is an attempt to evoke sublime emotions to enable a truly loving bond with Krishna through his many childhood adventures embellished with deep philosophical insights

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