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is not the place for easeful living; yogis, who look upon adversity
and prosperity with equanimity alone can stay here and attain
emancipation. So it is better for you to leave this place at once,
lest my incensed Lord will torture you with further tests. Better go
to Draksharama - the Bhogapuri where Bhimeswar is lifting devotees
without ordeals. Mere faith in Him fetches bhoga during the earthly
sojourn, and blissful emancipation after death". Convinced with
the advice, and regretting his folly, he at once left Kasi and
reached Draksharamam with his disciples, numbering 300. And started
adorning the Lord with due devotion. The Lord too showered on him
all the needed for continuance of his literary career and teaching
profession uninterrupted, and what is more, with redoubled vigour.
He enjoyed the company of Agasthya, who came here earlier on a
greater mission. It is quite fantastic and reveals his
extra-ordinary spiritual powers.