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The Valmiki Syndrome

Elusive treasure of modern existence personal fulfillment As Banker candidly puts it no book or guru can change your life Only you can The Valmiki Syndrome inspires you to start toda Having read Banker s fictional series based on the Ramayana curiosity saw me buying this his first non fiction book It started off pleasantly enough the narrative jumping from character to character almost like a tv serial episode that abruptly switches between locations pausing at a cliffhanger that ensures you hang around even during the commercials After the break however when he wanders into the non fictional non narrative part of it is when the cracks appear Well written though it is it s not as engaging as his work in fiction nor does it make any new point or even an old point in a new manner

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Using the story of Ratnakaran the bandit and his transformation into Valmiki the sage as well as other present day examples Banker shows us how the dilemma between work goals and pers I found very mediocre


10 thoughts on “The Valmiki Syndrome

  1. says:

    The Valmiki Syndrome uses the katha format to convey three major messages that are relevant to all humans Striking a balance between

  2. says:

    The Valmiki Syndrome Finding the work–life balance is not a self help book better than a self help bookThis book will help you to find a ue

  3. says:

    I found very mediocre

  4. says:

    Some valid points Applied to daily existence

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    Since eternity we have been brought up with certain values deeply instilled where our mythological books and Ved

  6. says:

    I give this book three stars simply because Banker did one thing beautifully captured perspective And he did it well enough that there wasn't any way I could root for just one side; I had to swing back and forthThe non fiction part of the book pulls it down big time Why set out to write a book that is supposedly not a self help one and end u

  7. says:

    Having read Banker's fictional series based on the Ramayana curiosity saw me buying this his first non fiction book It started off pleasantly enough the narrative jumping from character to character almost like a tv serial episode that abruptly switches between locations pausing at a cliffhanger that ensures you hang around even

  8. says:

    Saw this book in the library and left it in search for another book Ended up picking this one out because of its title Did

  9. says:

    Banker has tried to give a Vedic angle to the 3 eternal uestions of life1 Who am I2 What do I want to become3 How can I become thatand tried to explain it very nicely after all that is his forte through different stories and by expressing his views in the middle of the storiesI would rate it as a good read however I was not very happy with it I expected from the book not in terms of the answers to those uestions for sureDetailed review at m

  10. says:

    Mr Ashok Banker himself says that he does not have the answers to the uestionsit is for each and everyone to find their own answers The book is average when it comes to the examplesgiven as to how one can achieve what one wantsbut they are very easy oneslifes a lot complicated yes he's put enough disclaimersbut one does except some out of the book Ratnakaran's story is does stand out I am going through my valm