Happily ever afters are easier said than done. How do we choose the right partner, and how do we sustain that relationship so it lasts a lifetime?
Spiritual life coach Shubha Vilas tells you how, with the help of six beautiful love stories from the scriptures. Nala and Damayanti, Krishna and Rukmini, Shakuntala and Dushyanta, Udayana and Vasavadatta, Satyavan and Savitri, Draupadi and the five Pandava brothers—these are accounts we may have heard many a time but have not had an opportunity to understand in such depth and detail, and with such empathy.
But why 5.5 ways and not 6? Because the sixth way is a half-truth, which can be twisted either way.
Combining powerful story-telling with deep philosophical truths, Perfect Love is a treasure trove of scriptural wisdom for the modern age.
The book is filled with hundreds of phrases and just reading these phrases gives you immense knowledge on handling a responsible and romantic relationship!
Unlike other books, Shubha Vilas has managed to be a spiritual mix love guru and this path is entertaining and interesting. I was a cynical jiffy to pick the book as I was not ready enough to go through the spiritual journey because it felt dreary but as soon as I finished the page 1 of the book, I understood this book needs to be read, felt and digested.
The cover is beautiful to suit the title and like other covers of Shubha Vilas’s Books, this is one of the most beautiful covers! Blurb manages to provoke the idea between suffering and devotion- between tragedy and hope.
Shubha Vilas blends mythology, psychology, and love and teaches the art of love in its purest form!
A must-read book for all those who are in a relationship or want to understand how the relationship works. Though there are thousands of books written on this topic- this book stands out as it is interesting because it relates to Kama sastra- the less known sastra in Hinduism.
Perfect Love: 5.5 Ways to a Lasting Relationship is a perfect guide of love in the pure Hinduism epic way.
As Shubha descends through some of these passages in search of enlightenment, we often hold our breath and feel our hearts racing, but when he emerges we see with him the beauty of the love in our eyes.
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