Top positive review
Mystical tales is more like a mentor to me it's already making my life magical"
6 October 2019
#Cover- An elegant portrayal of the medieval era with a calm and soothing aura promises complete deception of the modern day application of tales from the Dwapara Yuga.
#Review- A quick pick for all mythology craving readers, but the author has a different plan at play, this book promises to break all your expectations and turn out as a wonderful learning experience.
A breeze of nostalgia crosses over as we turn across the hard work of Shubha Vilas, tiring hours of deep dives into the vast ocean of Indian mythology have paid well for him as he has compiled a treasure of values that shine bright in the "Kali Yuga". The book has eleven stories which depict the rapid shift of values from the Dwapara Yuga to the Kali Yuga. Living in the Iron Age we have progressed as a society, but this progress has come at the cost of our values and culture. It is very beautifully explained how distance between places have become smaller but between neighbours has grown wider.
The human race is lost in the dark and is plummeting in the bottomless abyss, but the beautiful name of the Almighty concludes the misery.
Every chapter is followed by an interpretation by the author which highlights the pertinent lessons and how to implement the learning of the medieval tales in modern our modern lives.
#Writing style- Very professional and easy going approach to the vast scriptures by Shubha Vilas
#Drawback- Stories are from the post Mahabharata era and very few references from the Vedas are picked up, so the title is a bit deceiving.