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Volume - III
Preface Prayers
Rama Goes To Forest Draupadi's marriage
Harischandra Agastya
Dattatreya Sankara
Kalidasa Mahavira
Manikka- vachakar The Narmada
Puri Kanya- kumari
Holi Makar Sankranti
Christmas The Lion And The Fox
The Doves And The Bird Catcher Krishna- devaraya
Raja Raja Chola
Major Sections
Culture Course
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Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

DRAUPADI'S MARRIAGE

In ancient India, there was a country called Panchala.

King Drupada ruled over it.

Once he performed a holy sacrifice. As a result of it a young girl was born to him.

He named her Krishna. People called her Draupadi.

Draupadi grew to be a fine, handsome girl.

When it was time for her to marry, the king said she should have only the best among the princes for her husband. So he invited all the princes of the land to come to the palace.

He thought of a means by which to choose the best of them as husband for Draupadi.

In the courtyard of the palace he erected a tall pole.

From the top of the pole hung a fish in a circular frame.

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