Download Story as PDF acquire the ability to create and destroy. The story of Sati and Shiva, described in the Purana, presents in simple language, the truth and beauty of such a lofty vedic concept.
Download Story as PDF The Two Bachelors is Hindu mythology story.
Narada, the celestial sage, was a confirmed bachelor, but one day he saw Princess Shrimati and fell in love with her. To his dismay another sage, Tumburu, was also smitten by her and wanted to marry her.
Download Story as PDF Solar Deities story is from Indian Mythology.
Ravana once went to challenge Surya, the Sun-God, to a fight. When he reached the Solar Region he saw that the sun was about to rise and sent an envoy to inform Surya of his arrival and the reason for his coming.
Download Story as PDF Eos, Goddess of Dawn fell in love with a youth named Tithonius, and the two spent many happy years together. But while Eos being a goddess retained her youth, Tithonius began to age.
He asked his beloved to grant him immortality.
Download Story as PDF Summer Madness is Hindu mythology story.
One morning when the sage Jamadagni stepped out of his ashram he found that the sun was unusually hot. Soon the sweat began to pour down his body and his throat became parched.
Download Story as PDF Many tales are told about Neptune the Roman god of the sea. Neptune was said to be one of the most generous of the gods.
One day a woman who lived close to the sea went down to the beach and began singing songs in his praise.
Download Story as PDF There was an unusually hot summer prevailing in South India and Sage Agastya went to mount Kailas to ask Lord Shiva for water. Kaveri happened to be worshipping Shiva at that time.
Shiva picked her up and put her in Agastya’s kamandalu.
Download Story as PDF Vinata, mother of Garuda, had been enslaved by the nagas after she had quarreled with their mother, Kadru. The nagas offered to release Vinata from servitude if Garuda brought them amrita (nectar of immortality) from the moon.
Duryodhana was going to attend his classes and he hated it. He did not hate the classes themselves, he just hated learning these arts along with the blasted Pandavas.
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Gurudruh waited patiently looking around in the forests. There had been a rustle of leaves and he was pointing the arrow at the bush waiting.
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