Book Review: Ram- The Eternal Hero

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Title: Ram- The Eternal Hero

Author: Mamta Bhatt

Publisher: Self-Published

Pages: 423

Source: Author

How long it took me to read: A day

Rating: 4/5

About: In ancient times, when the Demon-King of Lanka­ terrorized Earth, prayers of the victims for protection, harmony, and the pleas of all living beings stormed the heavens. The Gods wondered who could defeat this most powerful evil force.

A divine plot of heroic proportions is set in motion to save Earth…

King Dasrath, the illustrious ruler of Ayodhya, is blessed with four divine sons. A series of extraordinary events lead the young Ksashtriya Princes Ram, Lakshman, Bharat, and Shatrugan from Rishi Vashishth’s Gurukul to courageously subdue the violent forests with Brahmarishi Vishvwamitra, marry the celestial princesses of Mithila, and face their bitter separation during a fourteen-year-exile.

What follows through the twists and turns of their incredible journey from the Northern Mountains of Himvaan, through the lush Panchvati forests on the West, and to the Southern tip of Lanka are amazing adventures and crushing circumstances ‑‑ Seeta’s abduction!

Will Prince Ram’s virtue save Seeta and win the ultimate war-quest over the ruthless power of the ten-headed-demon King Ravan? Will the young Prince transform into the Eternal Hero?

Join the chronicles of young Ram, Laskhman, and their new friends as they learn the value of goodness and the importance of family, duty, devotion, and sacrifice.

My Thoughts: The book has been written in an easy language to help the kids understand & read easily. Written to educate ten years and above with stories and teachings of good &evil and right & wrong – this book comes packed with surprise in the form of illustrations.
I love how the classic illustrations style are used here to keep the children educated. I find this book both as a great night time story telling medium as well as a medium to keep our stories alive in generations to come.
Simple language helps better understanding to past era and illustrations help young ones to race up their imaginations. A book worth keeping and reading to kids or for non-readers who are beginning to read and enjoy a simple story. Fantastic source of learning about Lord Ram.

My Favourite parts in the book: Simple language and classic illustrations.

Going to stay on my Bookshelf? Yes.. I liked the book & the simple flow of it. Staying on my bookshelf for sure!

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