Yudhishthira became the king of Hastinapur after the battle of Kurukshetra. Dhritarashtra lived his painful life by staying there for eighteen years. One day Dhritarashtra decided to spend the rest of his life in the forest and told Arjun his… Read More ›
Why did the snakes have to be in the sacrificial fire of Janamejaya and why the sage aastik protected the snakes in that sacrifice?
Kashyapa Muni had two wives, Kadru and Vinita. Kadru was the mother of snakes and Vineeta was mother of Garuda. Once upon a time, upon seeing the horse plowing in the chariot of Lord Surya, Kadru said to Vineet, “sister… Read More ›
In the past there was a sage named Ruru who was born from the womb of Pratapi, wife of Pramati born in the lineage of. Rurumuni was married to Pramdwara, the daughter of a sage named Stoolakeshi. This girl, named… Read More ›
Abhimanyu’s son Parikshit was killed by the bite of Takshak Nag due to the curse of a Brahmin’s son. After Parikshit’s death, his son Janamejaya was made king. Janamejaya studied archery and all other disciplines from Kripacharya. Janamejaya used to… Read More ›
There was a godly king named Uparichar. He had a capital in Chedidesh. He worshiped Indra and pleased Indra gave him a beautiful plane with a crystal gem. King upari char had a lot of fame with this, because he… Read More ›