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Temples & Legends Of Maharashtra
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PEDHE-PARASHURAMA

The young prince was equal to the occasion; he took the bow and the arrows from the ancient warrior, put on the string and placed the arrow in position. Now he was speaking from a position of strength and told Parashurama that the Vaishnava arrow would not be wasted and would destroy either his 'gati’—power of moving wherever he wanted, or the Lokas he had achieved through his great tapa. Parashurama expressed great satisfaction at this assertion of his strength by the young Raghava and offered to loose the Lokas. The arrow accordingly destroyed. Parashurama was then worshipped and honoured by Rama and the former took his leave. The object of his visit to Ramachandra was to give him the great bow. And although he knew that Rama was indeed an incarnation of Vishnu, he bad to make sure that it went to the proper hands. Having made his contribution to the ultimate victory of the divine cause, Parashurama returned to his abode on the Mahendra mountains.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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