The comics in this book are entertaining to read. You remember some of the characters such as Shiva, one of the top 3 gods in Hindu with Brahma and Vishnu; Shiva is otherwise known as the destroyer. These stories are adventurous and teach you life lessons. Here are a few samples from the book:
For example, there was the story of the boy who meditates his entire life to the god Vishnu. Vishnu comes down from the heavens to visit and help the boy with his quest to be reborn as the King’s son. The wish is granted and the boy lives many years in this role before rising to the heavens to sit next to Vishnu.
A second story is about a boy’s father that was in a duel with another man. Unfortunately, the boy’s father lost. The boy trained and grew up longing to defeat the man that dueled his father in order to free his father from the punishment of the lost duel. The punishment was drowning to near death that is similar to the water boarding torture that the CIA conducted on captured people. The good news is that the boy in the story later duels against the ruler and frees all the men whom the ruler beat and they no longer have to live with the burden of torture. I hope that our government no longer does this inhumane treatment either.