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PEDHE-PARASHURAMA

From the Lord of the Kailasa, he received several astras and also the great battle-axe. This parashu always gleamed like sunshine and its edge was never dulled. Shiva was not satisfied merely by the gift of the astras, but decided to test Bhargavrama’s strength and skill and actually engaged in a duel with him The disciple proved his merit and in the process left the mark of his Parashu on the forehead of his benefactor, who was on that count called ‘khandaparashu’ thereafter. Greatly satisfied with his own achievements, the young man returned to the ashram of his father.

Here a strange thing happened. One day his mother. Renuka, had gone to the river as usual for her daily morning chores. It so happened that King Chitrarath of vartikavat had gone to the same river for jala-krida (water sport). This prince was an extremely handsome man and Renuka could not help looking at hi in more often than she should have.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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