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Volumes - VI
Preface Prayers
Sugriva Bhima and Hanuman
Amrita - manthan Bhishma
Nammalvar Kabir
Gorakhnath Raka
Ramdas Ramanuja
Madhva Vallabha- charya
Nibarka Ramlila
Indus Valley civilisation Chidambaram
Srirangam Konark
Major Sections
Culture Course
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Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

RAKA

PANDHARPUR is a holy town in Maharashtra.

The river Bhima flows by its side.

There is a temple dedicated to God Vithal in that town. It is famous all over the country.

Many saints have worshiped in that temple.

In that town there once lived a potter by name Raka. His wife was Bhaga.

They were a devout couple. They worshipped God Vithal day and night.

They sang God’s praise even while making pots.

They made pots out of wet clay on a wheel.

One day Raka got ready to bake the wet clay pots he had made.

He placed all the wet pots in a huge fire.

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