“Many people today are confused about what constitutes real spiritually, about the qualities of a real leader, and as to how we can attain real peace and prosperity in these troubled times,” says award-winning storyteller Sankirtana Das, the New Vrindaban-based author of new book Hanuman’s Quest.
“I firmly believe that most people want to live a peaceful, principled and meaningful life. Both Hanuman’s story in the Ramayana and the story of Mahabharata are invaluable guides to help us understand and maneuver through today’s challenges.”
Released on February 7th and running at a brisk 116 pages, Hanuman’s Quest tells the story of Hanuman, the great hero and devotee of Lord Rama, and his adventures in the Ramayana.
Chapter titles include “Last of the Flying Mountains,” “Impending Danger,” “Hanuman’s Boons,” “Taken,” “The Search Begins,” “Hanuman’s Leap,” “Lanka Burns,” “The Bridge,” “Kumbakarna, the Colossus,” and more.
“This re-telling of Hanuman’s heroism, valiant feats, and charming escapades will surely entertain and delight readers,” comments Vineet Chander, Hindu Chaplain at Princeton University, in the foreward. “The author also beautifully brings out the more subtle wisdom nestled in these stories.”