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Shubha Vilas is a TEDx speaker, lifestyle coach, storyteller and author. He studied patent law after completing his engineering degree but finally chose the path of a spiritual seeker. Ramayana: The Game of Life is his bestselling series. He’s also the author of Open-Eyed Meditations, Mystical Tales for a Magical Life and Perfect Love: 5.5 Ways to a Lasting Relationship. The focus of his work is the application of scriptural wisdom to day-to-day life and addressing the needs of corporates and the youth through thought-provoking seminars. He has delivered more than 5000 talks, inspiring more than 5, 25,000 people, across twenty countries in last ten years. He is also a visiting faculty at several premiere business management schools in India including the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) and Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Mumbai. He has also been a guest speaker at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston; Dresden International University, Germany; WITS, Johannesburg; and several centers of Indian Institute of Technology in India. He travels across the globe counseling and guiding students and corporate houses on leadership, overcoming failures and managing stress, among other concerns. To know more about him, visit www.shubhavilas.com.

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Ramayana – the game of life

On 28th Nov 4.00 pm to 4.40 pm

Shubha Vilas is a prolific writer who has recently written the Ramayana. When Arun Anand asked him why he chose to write Ramayana instead of the Mahabharata. This is because Mahabharata has more action in it. To this Shubha answered that his childhood was very influenced heavily by Ramayana. He says that Ramayana is the standard which should be attained and Mahabharata is the reality of life. He took maximum inspiration from Valmiki Ramayana and at the same time, he has also taken inspiration from many paramparas which have handed down the Ramayana as it is through generations.

Shubha has a good knowledge of Sanskrit so that he is able to understand fully the verses.

According to Shubha he writes for the young generation and he makes sure to deal with them in real life. Shubha likened the current situation of covid-19 the first case of quarantine was Sita quarantined by Ravana.