• "It is obviously un-American for the government to develop a ‘hit list’ of citizens to mute in the public square through secret pressure on communications monopolies."

    This Country Can't Afford A SCOTUS Weak On Internet Censorship
    Joy Pullmann
    The Biden administration attempted to distract the Supreme Court from the voluminous evidence of federal abuse of Americans’ speech rights during oral arguments in Murthy v. Missouri Monday. It sounded like several justices followed the feds’ waving red flag.

    “The government may not use coercive threats to suppress speech, but it is entitled to speak for itself by informing, persuading, or criticizing private speakers,” said Biden administration lawyer Brian Fletcher in his opening remarks. He and several justices asserted government speech prerogatives that would flip the Constitution upside down.

    The government doesn’t have constitutional rights. Constitutional rights belong to the people and restrain the government. The people’s right to speak may not be abridged. Government officials’ speaking, in their official capacities, may certainly be abridged. Indeed, it often must be, precisely to restrict officials from abusing the state’s monopoly on violence to bully citizens into serfdom.

    It is obviously un-American and unconstitutional for the government to develop a “hit list” of citizens to mute in the public square through secret pressure on communications monopolies beholden to the government for their monopoly powers. There is simply no way it’s “protected speech” for the feds to use intermediaries to silence anyone who disagrees with them on internet forums where the majority of the nation’s political organizing and information dissemination occurs.

    Bullying, Not the Bully Pulpit

    What’s happening is not government expressing its views to media, or “encouraging press to suppress their own speech,” as Justice Elena Kagan put it. This is government bullying third parties to suppress Americans’ speech that officials dislike.

    In the newspaper analogy, it would be like government threatening an IRS audit or Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation, or pulling the business license of The Washington Post if the Post published an op-ed from Jay Bhattacharya. As Norwood v. Harrison established in 1973, that’s blatantly unconstitutional. Government cannot “induce, encourage or promote private persons to accomplish what it is constitutionally forbidden to accomplish.”

    Yet, notes Matt Taibbi, some justices and Fletcher “re-framed the outing of extravagantly funded, ongoing content-flagging programs, designed by veterans of foreign counterterrorism operations and targeting the domestic population, as a debate about what Fletcher called ‘classic bully pulpit exhortations.’”

    Every Fake Excuse for Censorship Is Already Illegal

    We have laws against all the harms the government and several justices put forth as excuses for government censorship. Terrorism is illegal. Promoting terrorism is illegal, as an incitement to treason and violence. Inciting children to injure or murder themselves by jumping out windows — a “hypothetical” brought up by Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and discussed at length in oral arguments — is illegal.

    If someone is spreading terrorist incitements to violence on Facebook, law enforcement needs to go after the terrorist plotters, not Facebook. Just like it’s unjust to punish gun, knife, and tire iron manufacturers for the people who use their products to murder, it’s unjust and unconstitutional for government to effectively commandeer Facebook under the pretext of all the evils people use it to spread. If they have a problem with those evils, they should address those evils directly, not pressure Facebook to do what they can’t get through Congress like it’s some kind of substitute legislature.

    It’s also ridiculous to, as Jackson and Fletcher did in oral argument, assume that the government is the only possible solution to every social ill. Do these hypothetically window-jumping children not have parents? Teachers? Older siblings? Neighbors? Would the social media companies not have an interest in preventing their products from being used to promote death, and wouldn’t that be an easy thing to explain publicly? Apparently, Jackson couldn’t conceive of any other solution to problems like these than government censorship, when our society has handled far bigger problems like war, pandemics, and foreign invasion without government censorship for 250 years!

    Voters Auditing Government Is Exactly How Our System Should Work

    Fletcher described it as a “problem” that in this case, “two states and five individuals are trying to use the Article III courts to audit all of the executive branch’s communications with and about social media platforms.” That’s called transparency, and it’s only a problem if the government is trying to escape accountability to voters for its actions.

    The people have a fundamental right to audit what their government is doing with public positions, institutions, and funds! How do we have government by consent of the governed if the people can have no idea what their government is doing?

    Under federal laws, all communications like those this lawsuit uncovered are public records. Yet these public records are really hard to get. The executive branch has been effectively nullifying open records laws by absurdly lengthening disclosure times — to as long as 636 days — increasingly forcing citizens to wage expensive lawsuits to get federal agencies to cough up records years beyond the legal deadline.

    Congress should pass a law forcing the automatic disclosure of all government communications with tech monopolies that don’t concern actual classified information and “national security” designations, which the government expands unlawfully to avoid transparency. No justice should support government secrecy about its speech pressure efforts outside of legitimate national security actions.

    Government Is So Big, It’s Always Coercive

    Fletcher’s argument also claimed to draw a line between government persuasion and government coercion. The size and minute harassment powers of our government long ago obliterated any such line, if it ever existed. Federal agencies now have the power to try citizens in non-Article III courts, outside constitutional protections for due process. Citizens can be bankrupted long before they finally get to appeal to a real court. That’s why most of them just do whatever the agencies say, even when it’s clearly unlawful.

    Federal agencies demand power over almost every facet of life, from puddles in people’s backyards to the temperature of cheese served in a tiny restaurant. If they put a target on any normal citizen’s back, he goes bankrupt after regulatory torture.

    As Franklin Roosevelt’s “brain trust” planned, government is now the “senior partner” of every business, giving every “request” from government officials automatic coercion power. Federal agencies have six ways from Sunday of getting back at a noncompliant company, from the EEOC to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to the Environmental Protection Agency to Health and Human Services to Securities and Exchange Commission investigations and more. Use an accurate pronoun? Investigation. Hire “one too many” white guys? Investigation.

    TikTok legislation going through Congress right now would codify federal power to seize social media companies accused of being owned by foreign interests. Shortly after he acquired X, Elon Musk faced a regulatory shakedown costing him tens of millions, and more on the way. He has money like that, but the rest of us don’t.

    Speech from a private citizen does not have the threat of violence behind it. Speech from a government official, on the other hand, absolutely does and always has. Government officials have powers that other people don’t, and those powers are easily abused, which is exactly why we have a Constitution. SCOTUS needs to take this crucial context into account, making constitutional protections stronger because the government is far, far outside its constitutional bounds.

    Big tech companies’ very business model depends on government regulators and can be destroyed — or kneecapped — at the stroke of an activist president’s pen. Or, at least, that’s what the president said when Facebook and Twitter didn’t do what he wanted: Section 230 should “immediately be revoked.” This is a president who claims the executive power to unilaterally rewrite laws, ignore laws, and ignore Supreme Court decisions. It’s a president who issues orders as press releases so they go into effect months before they can even begin to be challenged in court.

    Constitutionally Protected Speech Isn’t Terrorism

    If justices buy the administration’s nice-guy pretenses of “concern about terrorism,” and “once in a lifetime pandemic measures,” they didn’t read the briefs in this case and see that is simply a cover for the U.S. government turning counterterrorism tools on its own citizens in an attempt to control election outcomes. This is precisely what the First Amendment was designed to check, and we Americans need our Supreme Court to understand that and act to protect us. Elections mean nothing when the government is secretly keeping voters from talking to each other.

    The Supreme Court may not be able to return the country to full constitutional government by eradicating the almost entirely unconstitutional administrative state. But it should enforce as many constitutional boundaries as possible on such agencies. That clearly includes prohibiting all of government from outsourcing to allegedly “private” organizations actions that would be illegal for the government to take.

    That includes not just coercive instructions to social media companies, but also developing social media censorship tools and organizations as cutouts for the rogue security state that is targeting peaceful citizens instead of actual terrorists. Even false speech is not domestic terrorism, and no clearheaded Supreme Court justice looking at the evidence could let the Biden administration weaponize antiterrorism measures to strip law-abiding Americans of our fundamental human rights.

    Joy Pullmann is executive editor of The Federalist, a happy wife, and the mother of six children. Her ebooks include "Classic Books For Young Children," and "101 Strategies For Living Well Amid Inflation." An 18-year education and politics reporter, Joy has testified before nearly two dozen legislatures on education policy and appeared on major media from Fox News to Ben Shapiro to Dennis Prager. Joy is a grateful graduate of the Hillsdale College honors and journalism programs who identifies as native American and gender natural. Her traditionally published books include "The Education Invasion: How Common Core Fights Parents for Control of American Kids," from Encounter Books.


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    "It is obviously un-American for the government to develop a ‘hit list’ of citizens to mute in the public square through secret pressure on communications monopolies." This Country Can't Afford A SCOTUS Weak On Internet Censorship Joy Pullmann The Biden administration attempted to distract the Supreme Court from the voluminous evidence of federal abuse of Americans’ speech rights during oral arguments in Murthy v. Missouri Monday. It sounded like several justices followed the feds’ waving red flag. “The government may not use coercive threats to suppress speech, but it is entitled to speak for itself by informing, persuading, or criticizing private speakers,” said Biden administration lawyer Brian Fletcher in his opening remarks. He and several justices asserted government speech prerogatives that would flip the Constitution upside down. The government doesn’t have constitutional rights. Constitutional rights belong to the people and restrain the government. The people’s right to speak may not be abridged. Government officials’ speaking, in their official capacities, may certainly be abridged. Indeed, it often must be, precisely to restrict officials from abusing the state’s monopoly on violence to bully citizens into serfdom. It is obviously un-American and unconstitutional for the government to develop a “hit list” of citizens to mute in the public square through secret pressure on communications monopolies beholden to the government for their monopoly powers. There is simply no way it’s “protected speech” for the feds to use intermediaries to silence anyone who disagrees with them on internet forums where the majority of the nation’s political organizing and information dissemination occurs. Bullying, Not the Bully Pulpit What’s happening is not government expressing its views to media, or “encouraging press to suppress their own speech,” as Justice Elena Kagan put it. This is government bullying third parties to suppress Americans’ speech that officials dislike. In the newspaper analogy, it would be like government threatening an IRS audit or Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation, or pulling the business license of The Washington Post if the Post published an op-ed from Jay Bhattacharya. As Norwood v. Harrison established in 1973, that’s blatantly unconstitutional. Government cannot “induce, encourage or promote private persons to accomplish what it is constitutionally forbidden to accomplish.” Yet, notes Matt Taibbi, some justices and Fletcher “re-framed the outing of extravagantly funded, ongoing content-flagging programs, designed by veterans of foreign counterterrorism operations and targeting the domestic population, as a debate about what Fletcher called ‘classic bully pulpit exhortations.’” Every Fake Excuse for Censorship Is Already Illegal We have laws against all the harms the government and several justices put forth as excuses for government censorship. Terrorism is illegal. Promoting terrorism is illegal, as an incitement to treason and violence. Inciting children to injure or murder themselves by jumping out windows — a “hypothetical” brought up by Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson and discussed at length in oral arguments — is illegal. If someone is spreading terrorist incitements to violence on Facebook, law enforcement needs to go after the terrorist plotters, not Facebook. Just like it’s unjust to punish gun, knife, and tire iron manufacturers for the people who use their products to murder, it’s unjust and unconstitutional for government to effectively commandeer Facebook under the pretext of all the evils people use it to spread. If they have a problem with those evils, they should address those evils directly, not pressure Facebook to do what they can’t get through Congress like it’s some kind of substitute legislature. It’s also ridiculous to, as Jackson and Fletcher did in oral argument, assume that the government is the only possible solution to every social ill. Do these hypothetically window-jumping children not have parents? Teachers? Older siblings? Neighbors? Would the social media companies not have an interest in preventing their products from being used to promote death, and wouldn’t that be an easy thing to explain publicly? Apparently, Jackson couldn’t conceive of any other solution to problems like these than government censorship, when our society has handled far bigger problems like war, pandemics, and foreign invasion without government censorship for 250 years! Voters Auditing Government Is Exactly How Our System Should Work Fletcher described it as a “problem” that in this case, “two states and five individuals are trying to use the Article III courts to audit all of the executive branch’s communications with and about social media platforms.” That’s called transparency, and it’s only a problem if the government is trying to escape accountability to voters for its actions. The people have a fundamental right to audit what their government is doing with public positions, institutions, and funds! How do we have government by consent of the governed if the people can have no idea what their government is doing? Under federal laws, all communications like those this lawsuit uncovered are public records. Yet these public records are really hard to get. The executive branch has been effectively nullifying open records laws by absurdly lengthening disclosure times — to as long as 636 days — increasingly forcing citizens to wage expensive lawsuits to get federal agencies to cough up records years beyond the legal deadline. Congress should pass a law forcing the automatic disclosure of all government communications with tech monopolies that don’t concern actual classified information and “national security” designations, which the government expands unlawfully to avoid transparency. No justice should support government secrecy about its speech pressure efforts outside of legitimate national security actions. Government Is So Big, It’s Always Coercive Fletcher’s argument also claimed to draw a line between government persuasion and government coercion. The size and minute harassment powers of our government long ago obliterated any such line, if it ever existed. Federal agencies now have the power to try citizens in non-Article III courts, outside constitutional protections for due process. Citizens can be bankrupted long before they finally get to appeal to a real court. That’s why most of them just do whatever the agencies say, even when it’s clearly unlawful. Federal agencies demand power over almost every facet of life, from puddles in people’s backyards to the temperature of cheese served in a tiny restaurant. If they put a target on any normal citizen’s back, he goes bankrupt after regulatory torture. As Franklin Roosevelt’s “brain trust” planned, government is now the “senior partner” of every business, giving every “request” from government officials automatic coercion power. Federal agencies have six ways from Sunday of getting back at a noncompliant company, from the EEOC to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to the Environmental Protection Agency to Health and Human Services to Securities and Exchange Commission investigations and more. Use an accurate pronoun? Investigation. Hire “one too many” white guys? Investigation. TikTok legislation going through Congress right now would codify federal power to seize social media companies accused of being owned by foreign interests. Shortly after he acquired X, Elon Musk faced a regulatory shakedown costing him tens of millions, and more on the way. He has money like that, but the rest of us don’t. Speech from a private citizen does not have the threat of violence behind it. Speech from a government official, on the other hand, absolutely does and always has. Government officials have powers that other people don’t, and those powers are easily abused, which is exactly why we have a Constitution. SCOTUS needs to take this crucial context into account, making constitutional protections stronger because the government is far, far outside its constitutional bounds. Big tech companies’ very business model depends on government regulators and can be destroyed — or kneecapped — at the stroke of an activist president’s pen. Or, at least, that’s what the president said when Facebook and Twitter didn’t do what he wanted: Section 230 should “immediately be revoked.” This is a president who claims the executive power to unilaterally rewrite laws, ignore laws, and ignore Supreme Court decisions. It’s a president who issues orders as press releases so they go into effect months before they can even begin to be challenged in court. Constitutionally Protected Speech Isn’t Terrorism If justices buy the administration’s nice-guy pretenses of “concern about terrorism,” and “once in a lifetime pandemic measures,” they didn’t read the briefs in this case and see that is simply a cover for the U.S. government turning counterterrorism tools on its own citizens in an attempt to control election outcomes. This is precisely what the First Amendment was designed to check, and we Americans need our Supreme Court to understand that and act to protect us. Elections mean nothing when the government is secretly keeping voters from talking to each other. The Supreme Court may not be able to return the country to full constitutional government by eradicating the almost entirely unconstitutional administrative state. But it should enforce as many constitutional boundaries as possible on such agencies. That clearly includes prohibiting all of government from outsourcing to allegedly “private” organizations actions that would be illegal for the government to take. That includes not just coercive instructions to social media companies, but also developing social media censorship tools and organizations as cutouts for the rogue security state that is targeting peaceful citizens instead of actual terrorists. Even false speech is not domestic terrorism, and no clearheaded Supreme Court justice looking at the evidence could let the Biden administration weaponize antiterrorism measures to strip law-abiding Americans of our fundamental human rights. Joy Pullmann is executive editor of The Federalist, a happy wife, and the mother of six children. Her ebooks include "Classic Books For Young Children," and "101 Strategies For Living Well Amid Inflation." An 18-year education and politics reporter, Joy has testified before nearly two dozen legislatures on education policy and appeared on major media from Fox News to Ben Shapiro to Dennis Prager. Joy is a grateful graduate of the Hillsdale College honors and journalism programs who identifies as native American and gender natural. Her traditionally published books include "The Education Invasion: How Common Core Fights Parents for Control of American Kids," from Encounter Books. https://thefederalist.com/2024/03/21/this-country-cannot-afford-a-weak-supreme-court-decision-on-internet-censorship/ Join ➡️ @MartinKulldorf
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  • Pandavas And Kauravas (Historical Story)
    In the dynasty of Peru, there was Bharata and in Bharata's family, there was king kuru. Shantanu was born in the lineage of Kuru. Ganganandan Bhishma was born from Shantanu. He had two more younger brothers - Chitrangad and Vichitravinya. He was bom from the womb of Satyavati from Shantanu. After the departure of Shantanu, Bhishma remained unmarried and followed the kingdom of his brother Vichitravirya: Chitrangad was killed in his childhood by the people of Gandharva caste named Chitrangad. Then after defeating the opposition in Bhishma Sangram, he brought back the two daughters of Kashiraj - Ambika and Ambalika. Both of them became the wives of Vichitravirya. After some time, King Vichitravirya became a resident of heaven due to Rajayakshma. Then King Dhritarashtra was born from Ambika's womb and Pandu from Ambalika's womb. Dhritarashtra gave birth to hundred sons from Gandhari's womb, of whom Duryodhana was the eldest and Pandu had five sons like Yudhishtar, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula, Sahadeva etc. Dhritarashtra was blind from birth, so Pandu replaced him. Dhritarashtra was made the king, due to this Dhritarashtra always got angry on his blindness and started feeling hatred towards Pandu. By conquering the whole of India, Pandu extended the boundaries of the Kuru kingdom to the country of the Yavanas. Once King Pandu went to the forest for hunting with his two wives - Kunti and Madri. There he saw a mating pair of antelope. Pandu immediately wounded that deer with his arrow. After some time when the antelope died. Then Pandu felt remorse. Then King Pandu said - I will stay in this forest after giving up all the lusts, you people go back to Hastinapur". After listening to his words, both the queens said in sorrow, "Nath! We cannot survive even for a moment without you. Please keep us with you in the forest." Pandu accepted their request and allowed them to stay with him in the forest. One day King Pandu was traveling with Madri in the forest on the banks of river Sarita. The atmosphere was very pleasant and the wind was blowing cool, soft and fragrant. A sudden gust of wind blew away Madri's clothes. This made Pandu's mind fickle and they indulged in sexual intercourse. After many years, they had five sons. After a few days Later he died due to sadness, anxiety and illness. Madri committed sati with him but Kunti returned to Hastinapura to bring up the sons. On being told, everyone accepted the Pandavas as the sons of Pandu and welcomed them. When Kunti was not married, at the same time Karna was born from her womb by King Surya. But fearing public shame, Kunti gave Karna a Locked in a box and thrown into the river Ganges. Karna was flowing in the Ganges when Maharaj Dhritarashtra's charioteer Adhirath and his wife Radha saw him and Adopted him and started taking care of him. From a young age, Karna was more interested in the art of war than driving a chariot like his father Adhiratha. Karna and his father Adhiratha met Acharya Drona who was one of the best masters of the art of warfare at that time. Dronacharya used to give education to the Kuru princes at that time. He refused to teach Karna because Karna was a charioteer's son and Drona used to teach only Kshatriyas. After Dronacharya's disagreement, Karna contacted Parashurama who used to teach only Brahmins. Calling himself a Brahmin, Karna requested Parshuram for education. Parshuram accepted Karna's request and trained Kama in the art of warfare and archery like himself. Thus Karna became a very diligent and accomplished disciple of Parashurama. Karna lived in the shelter of Duryodhana. The fire of enmity between the Kauravas and the Pandavas ignited due to the treachery of Daiyoga and Shakuni. Duryodhana was a man of very bad intelligence. He tried to kill the Pandavas many times in his childhood at the behest of Shakuni. When Yudhishthira, who was superior to him in virtues, was made the crown prince in his youth, Shakuni tried to set the Pandavas on fire by keeping them in the house made of Laksh, but with the help of Vidura, the five Pandavas along with their mother escaped from that burning house. Got out From there, going to Ekachakra Nagri, he started living in the house of a Brahmin in the guise of a sage. Then after killing the evil and sinful named Bak, on the advice of Vyas ji, he went to Panchal-state, where Draupadi's swayamvar was about to take place. In the kingdom of Panchal, the five Pandavas got Draupadi as their wife when Arjuna's target-piercing skills got fishy. Before Draupadi's Swayamvara, except Vidura, all the Pandavas were considered dead, and for this reason, Dhritarashtra made Duryodhana the crown prince at the behest of Shakuni. After Draupadi Swayamvar, Duryodhana etc. came to know about the survival of Pandavas: The Pandavas asked for their kingdom from the Kauravas, but to avoid the danger of civil war, Yudhishthira received Khandavan as half of the kingdom given by the Kauravas in ruins. Pandukumar Arjun burnt Khandawan with Shri Krishna. There Arjuna and Krishna ji defeated all the gods in the war He got Lord Krishna-like charioteer in the battle. At the behest of Indra, Vishwakarma and Maya together built Khandawan into a city as grand as Indrapuri, which was named Indraprastha. All the Pandavas were expert in all kinds of learning. Pandavas conquered all directions and Yudhishthira started ruling. He performed the ritual of Rajasuya Yajna full of abundant gold money. His magnificence became unbearable for Duryodhana. He took Shakuni along with him at the behest of his brother Dushasana and son of glory Karna, indulged in gambling in the gaming assembly, won Yudhishthira, his brothers, Draupadi and their kingdom laughingly through deceit and gambling. Duryodhana insulted Draupadi a lot in the Kuru Rajya Sabha, tried to disrobe her. Shri Krishna saved her shame, after that Draupadi was about to curse everyone but Gandhari came and stopped this from happening. At the same time, being defeated in gambling, Yudhishthira went to the forest with his brothers. There he spent twelve years as per his vow. He used to feed majority of Brahmins everyday in the forest as before. There he was accompanied by his wife Draupadi and priest Dhaumyaji. After passing the twelfth year, he went to Virat Nagar. There Yudhishthira started living in the form of a Brahmin named 'Kank', remaining unknown to most. Bhimsen became the cook. Arjun had named himself 'Brihannala Pandava wife Draupadi started living in Ranivaas as Sairandhri, Similarly, Nakul-Sahdev also changed their names. Bhimsen killed Kichak who wanted to take Draupadi's chastity in the night. After that, the Kauravas started taking away Virat's cows, then they were defeated by Arjuna. At that time, Kauravas recognised the Pandavas, Shri Krishna's sister Subhadra gave birth to a son named Abhimanyu from Arjuna, King Virat married him with his daughter Uttara Dharmaraj Yudhishthira being the master of seven Akshauhini army got ready to fight with Kauravas. First Lord Krishna went to the most angry Duryodhana as a messenger. He said to King Duryodhana, the master of the eleven Akshauhini army Rajan! You give half the kingdom to Yudhishthira or offer him only five villages: Otherwise fight with them." After listening to Shri Krishna, Duryodhana said - 'I will not even give him land equal to the tip of a needle, Yes, I will definitely fight with them. Then Vidur took him to his home and worshiped and honored Shri Krishna. After that he returned to Yudhishthir and said-Maharaj! You fight with Duryodhana! The armies of Yudhishthira and Duryodhana went to the field of Kurukshetra. Seeing the teachers like Grandfather Bhishma and Acharya Drona in his opposition, Arjuna stopped fighting, then Lord Krishna said to him "Parthal Bhishma etc. teachers are not worthy of mourning." Follow Kshatradharma, taking the shelter of Karmayoga, being equal in success and failure of work." On being told by Shri Krishna, Arjun got into the war and started fighting. He blew the conch. Bhishma became the first commander in Duryodhana's army. The commander of the Pandavas. There was Shikhandi. A huge war broke out between these two. In that war, the warriors of Kaurava side including Bhishma started attacking the soldiers of Pandava-side and Shikhandi etc. started aiming their arrows at the brave Kaurava-soldiers of Pandava-side. Kauravas and Pandavas That battle of the army looked like a Devasur-fight. Bhishma fought for ten days and killed most of the Pandava army with his arrows On the tenth day, Arjuna rained arrows heavily on Veervar Bhishma. Here, with the inspiration of Drupada, Shikhandi also shot a barrage of arrows at Bhishma like a cloud that rains water. Elephant riders, horse riders, charioteers and footmen on both sides were killed by arrows from each other. On the 10th day of the battle, Arjuna made Shikhandi sit in front of his chariot. Seeing Shikhandi ahead, Bhishma gave up his bow. After giving up his weapons, Arjuna put him to sleep on the bed of arrows. They started spending time meditating and praising Lord Vishnu while waiting for Uttarayan. When Duryodhana was distraught with grief after Bhishma fell on the arrow-bed, then Acharya Drona assumed the responsibility of the army. On the other hand, Dhrishtadyumna became the commander-in- chief of the army of the Pandavas, rejoicing. There was a fierce battle between both of them. King Virat and Drupad etc. drowned in the Drona-like ocean. At that time Drona used to live like Kaal. In the meantime, a voice came in his ears that 'Ashwatthama has been killed. On hearing this, Acharya Drona gave up his weapons. At such a time, he fell on the earth after being hurt by the arrows of Dhrishtadyumna. Dron was very tough. He was killed on the fifth day after destroying all the Kshatriyas Duryodhana again became restless with grief. At that time Karna became the captain of his army: Arjuna got the supremacy of the Pandava army. Karna and Arjuna had a great battle with different types of weapons and weapons, which was going to beat even the Devasur fight. In the fight between Karna and Arjuna, Karna killed many heroes of the enemy side with his arrows; Although the battle was becoming stalemated, Karna got bogged down when one of his chariot wheels sank into the earth (due to the curse of Mother Earth). He also finds himself unable to use divine weapons, as cursed by his guru Parashurama. Karna then descends to remove the wheel of his chariot and requests Arjuna to follow the rules of war and stop firing arrows at him for some time. Then Shri Krishna tells Arjuna that Karna has no right to talk about war rules and religion now, while he himself did not follow any war rules and religion at the time of Abhimanyu's slaughter. He further said that where was his dharma then when he called divine-born Draupadi a prostitute in front of the entire Kuru royal assembly. Where did his religion go in the gaming hall? That's why now he has no right to talk about any religion or war rules and he told Arjuna that Kamna is helpless now (the curse of Brahmin has come to fruition) so he should kill him. Shri Krishna says that if Arjuna does not kill Karna at this crucial juncture, then Pandavas will probably never be able to kill him and this war will never be won. Then, Arjuna killed Karna using a weapon. After Karna's body fell on the ground, King Shalya became the commander-in-chief of the Kaurava army, but he could last only half a day in the war. By noon, King Yudhishthira killed him. Almost the entire army of Duryodhana was killed in the war Ultimately he had a fight with Bhimsen. He attacked Bhimsen after killing many soldiers on the Pandava side. At that time, Duryodhana's other younger brothers were also killed by Bhimsen while striking with the mace. On that eighteenth day of the Mahabharata war, in the night time, the mighty Ashwatthama put the sleeping Akshauhini army of Pandavas to sleep forever. He did not even leave alive the five sons of Draupadi, his Panchaladeshi brothers and Dhrishtadyumna. Draupadi started crying after being childless. Then Arjuna defeated Ashwathama with the weapon of sink. Seeing him being killed, Draupadi herself saved his life by persuasion. Ashwatthama Despite this, the evil Ashwathama used a weapon on Uttara to destroy her womb. But Shri Krishna saved him. The same unborn child of Uttara later became known as King Parikshit. Kritavarma, Kripacharya and Ashwathama- these three Kaurava side heroes survived that battle. On the other hand the five Pandavas, Satyaki and Lord Krishna - only these seven could survive; No one else was left. At that time, the cries of orphaned women were spreading everywhere. Yudhishthira consoled him by going with Bhimsen etc. brothers and after cremating all the heroes killed in the battlefield, donated jalanjali de money etc. for them. After that, Yudhishthira went to Shantanunandan Bhishma, who was sitting on the Sharashaya in Kurukshetra, and heard from him all the peace-giving religion, Rajdharma (Apaddharma), Mokshadharma and Dandharma. Then he sat on the throne. After this, that Shatrumardan king performed Ashwamedha Yagya and donated a lot of money to the Brahmins in it. Thereafter, after hearing the news of the destruction of the Yadavas by mutual war due to the curse received from the mouth of Arjuna due to pestilence, Yudhishthira made Parikshit sit on the king's seat and himself went away with his brothers after making a great departure. When Yudhishthira sat on the throne. Then Dhritarashtra entered the Vanaprastha-Ashram from Grihastha-Ashram and went to the forest. (Or he went to the forest while passing from one hermitage of sages to another) He was accompanied by goddesses Gandhari and Pritha (Kunti). Vidur ji got burnt by the fire. In this way, Shri removed the burden of the earth and killed the demons etc. by making the Pandavas instruments for the establishment of religion and destruction of unrighteousness. After that, the Yadav clan, who increased the burden of the role, was also killed by the pestle on the pretext of the curse of the Brahmins. Aniruddha's son Vajra was anointed as the king. The imperishable Sri Hari is the goal of the meditative men. When he passed away, the sea left his personal abode and drowned the rest of Dwarkapuri in its waters. Arjun cremated the dead Yadavs and offered water for them and donated money etc. To the queens of Lord Krishna, who were earlier Apsaras. Take them to Hastinapur. On the way, the cowherds carrying sticks snatched them all, disrespecting Arjuna. Due to this, there was a lot of grief in Arjun's heart. Then on being consoled by Maharishi Vyas, he was convinced that I had strength only because of being close to Shri Krishna. Coming to Hastinapur, he along with his brothers requested all this news to King Yudhishthira, who used to follow the subjects at that time. They said - 'Brother! He is the bow, he is the arrow, he is the chariot and he is the horse, but without Shri Krishna everything is destroyed like the donation given to Ashrotriya. Hearing this, Dharmaraj Yudhishthira installed Parikshit on the kingdom. After this, thinking about the impermanence of the world, the wise king took Draupadi and his brothers along with him on the path of great departure towards the Himalayas. Draupadi, Sahadeva, Nakula, Arjuna and Bhimsen fell one by one in that great path. The king became sombre due to this.
    Pandavas And Kauravas (Historical Story) In the dynasty of Peru, there was Bharata and in Bharata's family, there was king kuru. Shantanu was born in the lineage of Kuru. Ganganandan Bhishma was born from Shantanu. He had two more younger brothers - Chitrangad and Vichitravinya. He was bom from the womb of Satyavati from Shantanu. After the departure of Shantanu, Bhishma remained unmarried and followed the kingdom of his brother Vichitravirya: Chitrangad was killed in his childhood by the people of Gandharva caste named Chitrangad. Then after defeating the opposition in Bhishma Sangram, he brought back the two daughters of Kashiraj - Ambika and Ambalika. Both of them became the wives of Vichitravirya. After some time, King Vichitravirya became a resident of heaven due to Rajayakshma. Then King Dhritarashtra was born from Ambika's womb and Pandu from Ambalika's womb. Dhritarashtra gave birth to hundred sons from Gandhari's womb, of whom Duryodhana was the eldest and Pandu had five sons like Yudhishtar, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula, Sahadeva etc. Dhritarashtra was blind from birth, so Pandu replaced him. Dhritarashtra was made the king, due to this Dhritarashtra always got angry on his blindness and started feeling hatred towards Pandu. By conquering the whole of India, Pandu extended the boundaries of the Kuru kingdom to the country of the Yavanas. Once King Pandu went to the forest for hunting with his two wives - Kunti and Madri. There he saw a mating pair of antelope. Pandu immediately wounded that deer with his arrow. After some time when the antelope died. Then Pandu felt remorse. Then King Pandu said - I will stay in this forest after giving up all the lusts, you people go back to Hastinapur". After listening to his words, both the queens said in sorrow, "Nath! We cannot survive even for a moment without you. Please keep us with you in the forest." Pandu accepted their request and allowed them to stay with him in the forest. One day King Pandu was traveling with Madri in the forest on the banks of river Sarita. The atmosphere was very pleasant and the wind was blowing cool, soft and fragrant. A sudden gust of wind blew away Madri's clothes. This made Pandu's mind fickle and they indulged in sexual intercourse. After many years, they had five sons. After a few days Later he died due to sadness, anxiety and illness. Madri committed sati with him but Kunti returned to Hastinapura to bring up the sons. On being told, everyone accepted the Pandavas as the sons of Pandu and welcomed them. When Kunti was not married, at the same time Karna was born from her womb by King Surya. But fearing public shame, Kunti gave Karna a Locked in a box and thrown into the river Ganges. Karna was flowing in the Ganges when Maharaj Dhritarashtra's charioteer Adhirath and his wife Radha saw him and Adopted him and started taking care of him. From a young age, Karna was more interested in the art of war than driving a chariot like his father Adhiratha. Karna and his father Adhiratha met Acharya Drona who was one of the best masters of the art of warfare at that time. Dronacharya used to give education to the Kuru princes at that time. He refused to teach Karna because Karna was a charioteer's son and Drona used to teach only Kshatriyas. After Dronacharya's disagreement, Karna contacted Parashurama who used to teach only Brahmins. Calling himself a Brahmin, Karna requested Parshuram for education. Parshuram accepted Karna's request and trained Kama in the art of warfare and archery like himself. Thus Karna became a very diligent and accomplished disciple of Parashurama. Karna lived in the shelter of Duryodhana. The fire of enmity between the Kauravas and the Pandavas ignited due to the treachery of Daiyoga and Shakuni. Duryodhana was a man of very bad intelligence. He tried to kill the Pandavas many times in his childhood at the behest of Shakuni. When Yudhishthira, who was superior to him in virtues, was made the crown prince in his youth, Shakuni tried to set the Pandavas on fire by keeping them in the house made of Laksh, but with the help of Vidura, the five Pandavas along with their mother escaped from that burning house. Got out From there, going to Ekachakra Nagri, he started living in the house of a Brahmin in the guise of a sage. Then after killing the evil and sinful named Bak, on the advice of Vyas ji, he went to Panchal-state, where Draupadi's swayamvar was about to take place. In the kingdom of Panchal, the five Pandavas got Draupadi as their wife when Arjuna's target-piercing skills got fishy. Before Draupadi's Swayamvara, except Vidura, all the Pandavas were considered dead, and for this reason, Dhritarashtra made Duryodhana the crown prince at the behest of Shakuni. After Draupadi Swayamvar, Duryodhana etc. came to know about the survival of Pandavas: The Pandavas asked for their kingdom from the Kauravas, but to avoid the danger of civil war, Yudhishthira received Khandavan as half of the kingdom given by the Kauravas in ruins. Pandukumar Arjun burnt Khandawan with Shri Krishna. There Arjuna and Krishna ji defeated all the gods in the war He got Lord Krishna-like charioteer in the battle. At the behest of Indra, Vishwakarma and Maya together built Khandawan into a city as grand as Indrapuri, which was named Indraprastha. All the Pandavas were expert in all kinds of learning. Pandavas conquered all directions and Yudhishthira started ruling. He performed the ritual of Rajasuya Yajna full of abundant gold money. His magnificence became unbearable for Duryodhana. He took Shakuni along with him at the behest of his brother Dushasana and son of glory Karna, indulged in gambling in the gaming assembly, won Yudhishthira, his brothers, Draupadi and their kingdom laughingly through deceit and gambling. Duryodhana insulted Draupadi a lot in the Kuru Rajya Sabha, tried to disrobe her. Shri Krishna saved her shame, after that Draupadi was about to curse everyone but Gandhari came and stopped this from happening. At the same time, being defeated in gambling, Yudhishthira went to the forest with his brothers. There he spent twelve years as per his vow. He used to feed majority of Brahmins everyday in the forest as before. There he was accompanied by his wife Draupadi and priest Dhaumyaji. After passing the twelfth year, he went to Virat Nagar. There Yudhishthira started living in the form of a Brahmin named 'Kank', remaining unknown to most. Bhimsen became the cook. Arjun had named himself 'Brihannala Pandava wife Draupadi started living in Ranivaas as Sairandhri, Similarly, Nakul-Sahdev also changed their names. Bhimsen killed Kichak who wanted to take Draupadi's chastity in the night. After that, the Kauravas started taking away Virat's cows, then they were defeated by Arjuna. At that time, Kauravas recognised the Pandavas, Shri Krishna's sister Subhadra gave birth to a son named Abhimanyu from Arjuna, King Virat married him with his daughter Uttara Dharmaraj Yudhishthira being the master of seven Akshauhini army got ready to fight with Kauravas. First Lord Krishna went to the most angry Duryodhana as a messenger. He said to King Duryodhana, the master of the eleven Akshauhini army Rajan! You give half the kingdom to Yudhishthira or offer him only five villages: Otherwise fight with them." After listening to Shri Krishna, Duryodhana said - 'I will not even give him land equal to the tip of a needle, Yes, I will definitely fight with them. Then Vidur took him to his home and worshiped and honored Shri Krishna. After that he returned to Yudhishthir and said-Maharaj! You fight with Duryodhana! The armies of Yudhishthira and Duryodhana went to the field of Kurukshetra. Seeing the teachers like Grandfather Bhishma and Acharya Drona in his opposition, Arjuna stopped fighting, then Lord Krishna said to him "Parthal Bhishma etc. teachers are not worthy of mourning." Follow Kshatradharma, taking the shelter of Karmayoga, being equal in success and failure of work." On being told by Shri Krishna, Arjun got into the war and started fighting. He blew the conch. Bhishma became the first commander in Duryodhana's army. The commander of the Pandavas. There was Shikhandi. A huge war broke out between these two. In that war, the warriors of Kaurava side including Bhishma started attacking the soldiers of Pandava-side and Shikhandi etc. started aiming their arrows at the brave Kaurava-soldiers of Pandava-side. Kauravas and Pandavas That battle of the army looked like a Devasur-fight. Bhishma fought for ten days and killed most of the Pandava army with his arrows On the tenth day, Arjuna rained arrows heavily on Veervar Bhishma. Here, with the inspiration of Drupada, Shikhandi also shot a barrage of arrows at Bhishma like a cloud that rains water. Elephant riders, horse riders, charioteers and footmen on both sides were killed by arrows from each other. On the 10th day of the battle, Arjuna made Shikhandi sit in front of his chariot. Seeing Shikhandi ahead, Bhishma gave up his bow. After giving up his weapons, Arjuna put him to sleep on the bed of arrows. They started spending time meditating and praising Lord Vishnu while waiting for Uttarayan. When Duryodhana was distraught with grief after Bhishma fell on the arrow-bed, then Acharya Drona assumed the responsibility of the army. On the other hand, Dhrishtadyumna became the commander-in- chief of the army of the Pandavas, rejoicing. There was a fierce battle between both of them. King Virat and Drupad etc. drowned in the Drona-like ocean. At that time Drona used to live like Kaal. In the meantime, a voice came in his ears that 'Ashwatthama has been killed. On hearing this, Acharya Drona gave up his weapons. At such a time, he fell on the earth after being hurt by the arrows of Dhrishtadyumna. Dron was very tough. He was killed on the fifth day after destroying all the Kshatriyas Duryodhana again became restless with grief. At that time Karna became the captain of his army: Arjuna got the supremacy of the Pandava army. Karna and Arjuna had a great battle with different types of weapons and weapons, which was going to beat even the Devasur fight. In the fight between Karna and Arjuna, Karna killed many heroes of the enemy side with his arrows; Although the battle was becoming stalemated, Karna got bogged down when one of his chariot wheels sank into the earth (due to the curse of Mother Earth). He also finds himself unable to use divine weapons, as cursed by his guru Parashurama. Karna then descends to remove the wheel of his chariot and requests Arjuna to follow the rules of war and stop firing arrows at him for some time. Then Shri Krishna tells Arjuna that Karna has no right to talk about war rules and religion now, while he himself did not follow any war rules and religion at the time of Abhimanyu's slaughter. He further said that where was his dharma then when he called divine-born Draupadi a prostitute in front of the entire Kuru royal assembly. Where did his religion go in the gaming hall? That's why now he has no right to talk about any religion or war rules and he told Arjuna that Kamna is helpless now (the curse of Brahmin has come to fruition) so he should kill him. Shri Krishna says that if Arjuna does not kill Karna at this crucial juncture, then Pandavas will probably never be able to kill him and this war will never be won. Then, Arjuna killed Karna using a weapon. After Karna's body fell on the ground, King Shalya became the commander-in-chief of the Kaurava army, but he could last only half a day in the war. By noon, King Yudhishthira killed him. Almost the entire army of Duryodhana was killed in the war Ultimately he had a fight with Bhimsen. He attacked Bhimsen after killing many soldiers on the Pandava side. At that time, Duryodhana's other younger brothers were also killed by Bhimsen while striking with the mace. On that eighteenth day of the Mahabharata war, in the night time, the mighty Ashwatthama put the sleeping Akshauhini army of Pandavas to sleep forever. He did not even leave alive the five sons of Draupadi, his Panchaladeshi brothers and Dhrishtadyumna. Draupadi started crying after being childless. Then Arjuna defeated Ashwathama with the weapon of sink. Seeing him being killed, Draupadi herself saved his life by persuasion. Ashwatthama Despite this, the evil Ashwathama used a weapon on Uttara to destroy her womb. But Shri Krishna saved him. The same unborn child of Uttara later became known as King Parikshit. Kritavarma, Kripacharya and Ashwathama- these three Kaurava side heroes survived that battle. On the other hand the five Pandavas, Satyaki and Lord Krishna - only these seven could survive; No one else was left. At that time, the cries of orphaned women were spreading everywhere. Yudhishthira consoled him by going with Bhimsen etc. brothers and after cremating all the heroes killed in the battlefield, donated jalanjali de money etc. for them. After that, Yudhishthira went to Shantanunandan Bhishma, who was sitting on the Sharashaya in Kurukshetra, and heard from him all the peace-giving religion, Rajdharma (Apaddharma), Mokshadharma and Dandharma. Then he sat on the throne. After this, that Shatrumardan king performed Ashwamedha Yagya and donated a lot of money to the Brahmins in it. Thereafter, after hearing the news of the destruction of the Yadavas by mutual war due to the curse received from the mouth of Arjuna due to pestilence, Yudhishthira made Parikshit sit on the king's seat and himself went away with his brothers after making a great departure. When Yudhishthira sat on the throne. Then Dhritarashtra entered the Vanaprastha-Ashram from Grihastha-Ashram and went to the forest. (Or he went to the forest while passing from one hermitage of sages to another) He was accompanied by goddesses Gandhari and Pritha (Kunti). Vidur ji got burnt by the fire. In this way, Shri removed the burden of the earth and killed the demons etc. by making the Pandavas instruments for the establishment of religion and destruction of unrighteousness. After that, the Yadav clan, who increased the burden of the role, was also killed by the pestle on the pretext of the curse of the Brahmins. Aniruddha's son Vajra was anointed as the king. The imperishable Sri Hari is the goal of the meditative men. When he passed away, the sea left his personal abode and drowned the rest of Dwarkapuri in its waters. Arjun cremated the dead Yadavs and offered water for them and donated money etc. To the queens of Lord Krishna, who were earlier Apsaras. Take them to Hastinapur. On the way, the cowherds carrying sticks snatched them all, disrespecting Arjuna. Due to this, there was a lot of grief in Arjun's heart. Then on being consoled by Maharishi Vyas, he was convinced that I had strength only because of being close to Shri Krishna. Coming to Hastinapur, he along with his brothers requested all this news to King Yudhishthira, who used to follow the subjects at that time. They said - 'Brother! He is the bow, he is the arrow, he is the chariot and he is the horse, but without Shri Krishna everything is destroyed like the donation given to Ashrotriya. Hearing this, Dharmaraj Yudhishthira installed Parikshit on the kingdom. After this, thinking about the impermanence of the world, the wise king took Draupadi and his brothers along with him on the path of great departure towards the Himalayas. Draupadi, Sahadeva, Nakula, Arjuna and Bhimsen fell one by one in that great path. The king became sombre due to this.
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    It is a long time ago that according to the Hindu calendar, about 9 lakh years ago in Tretayuga, there used to be a very majestic Suryavanshi king Dasharatha. The name of their capital was Ayodhya. King Dasharatha was a very just and righteous king. All the subjects used to live their life happily under his rule. The great majestic Satyawadi king Harishchandra and the successful king Bhagirathi were one of the ancestors of King Dasharatha. Like his ancestors, King Dasharatha was very involved in religious work. King Dasharatha had no children. Due to which he was often sad. King Dasharatha had three queens. The name of the first queen was Kausalya, the name of the second queen was Sumitra and the name of the third queen was Kaikeyi, King Dasharatha was a great archer. He was adept at playing slang. He could penetrate the target without seeing the target just by hearing the sound of the word, always in the mind of King Dasharatha. One day Rajguru Vashistha, who was immersed in this concern, suggested Dasharatha to perform Putreshti Yagya. He performed this yagya under the supervision of Shringi Rishi. A lot of donations and donations were made in this yagya. After this yajna, kheer in the form of Prasad was fed to the three queens. After several months, the three queens had four sons. The eldest queen was Rama of Kausalya, Bharata of Kaikeyi and Lakshmana and Shatrudhan of Sumitra. The four brothers were very beautiful and stunning. Maharaj Dasaratha was very happy to see his four sons. King Dasaratha was not happy when he got the happiness of children. After some time, the four brothers went to the forest with Rajguru Vashistha to receive education, Vashistha was a very learned guru. At that time, the sage Vashistha was highly respected. All the brothers were very unique talents. While Lakshman ji was a little accommodating. Shri Ram was calm and serious in nature. The four brothers were also very smart in reading and writing. Soon he learned martial arts like shooting arrows, etc. The people of Ayodhya were enchanted by his form and qualities King Dasharatha never wanted to keep them away from his eyes. One day a very learned and learned Maharishi Vishwamitra came to King Dasharatha. He was a great and ascetic sage of his time. Many sinners and tyrants used to create obstacles in his yajna. When he heard about Rama and his brothers, he went to Dasharatha. He asked Dasaratha to kill the sinners and tyrants and Rama and Lakshmana to protect the yajna. King Dasharatha with folded hands said to sage Vishwamitra- 'O sage! Both Rama and Lakshmana are still children. Don't take them to war with so many sinful and tyrannical people. I will move my whole army and myself and will fight with them and will also protect your sacrifice. King Dasharatha at first did not want to send his sons with him, then on the persuasion of Rajguru Vashistha, he agreed to send. Both Rama and Lakshmana left with sage Vishwamitra. On the way, the sage taught them two mantras. After learning these mantras, both the princes became more powerful. While going to the sage's ashram, he killed a sinful and tyrannical woman named Tadka. Reaching there, while protecting the yagna, one of his sons Maricha and the other son Subahu were also killed with an arrow. Now Vishwamitra's Yagya was completed very well and very peacefully. After this Maharishi Vishwamitra reached Mithilapuri with both the princes Rama and Lakshmana. King Janak of Mithila was a great scholar and sage. He created the swayamvara of his daughter Sita. There was a lot of pomp and show coming to the King- Maharaj Swayamvar from far and wide. When Vishwamitra reached there, the king gave him a big welcome. King Janak had a bow. This bow belonged to Shiva, with this bow he killed Tripasura. No one could lift it except Sitaji. Because it was very heavy and hard. King Janak had made a promise that anyone who lifts this bow will tie its rope. With that Sitaji will be married. Organized swayamvar for the marriage of Mata Sita ji. The great brave warriors of the entire Aryavrata were called. Ravana also participated in that event. All the kings tried hard, but no one could lift it and tie the rope. All the kings had given up. King Janak started worrying that now where should I find the worthy groom of my daughter. Then Maharishi Vishwamitra ordered Rama to lift the bow and put a string on him. Rama reached near the bow after getting the Guru's orders and he easily lifted the bow and started plucking it. While tying the bow, that bow broke at the hands of Shri Ram. The old bow belonged to Shiva, at that time Parashuram ji, the supreme devotee of Shiva, was also there. Hearing the sound of bow breaking, Parashurama reached there. He was very angry. He started searching for the one who broke this bow. Seeing the anger of Parashurama, there was silence in the whole assembly. No one was speaking out of fear. But Lakshman ji was not afraid, he started arguing with Parashuram ji, due to which Parashuram's anger started increasing. But Shri Ram politely folded his hands and requested Parshuram ji to accidentally break the bow and asked for forgiveness from him. Seeing the simple calm nature of Rama, Parashurama's anger was pacified and he left from there. Immediately after his departure, everyone in the meeting heaved a sigh of relief. After the departure of Parashurama, King Janak went to Maharishi Vishwamitra and asked him- 'O sage: Who are these two young men, the kings of this form, please tell them about them." Sage Vishwamitra told King Janak-these two brothers are Rama and Lakshman, both of them are the sons of King Dasharatha of Ayodhya. Among the four sons of King Dasharatha, Rama is the eldest who broke the bow. After hearing the introduction of Shri Ram by the sage, his happiness knew no bounds, he happily decided to marry his four daughters including Sita to the four sons of King Dasharatha. King Janak requested Maharishi for the marriage of all four, Maharishi gladly accepted. After that, celebrations started in the court of King Janak, sweets were distributed, drums started playing. The sage sent this auspicious message to Ayodhya. In Ayodhya, King Dasharatha, on hearing the news, ordered to decorate the entire Ayodhya and distribute gifts to the people. The whole of Ayodhya started celebrating the marriage of its princes. King Dasharatha started preparing for the procession of his sons. Many thousand elephants were decorated, hundreds of chariots were made. The entire Ayodhya city reached Mithilapur in a procession. There was no shortage of preparations for the procession of Mithilapur King Janak. He went ahead and welcomed the procession, hugged King Dasharatha and gave him a lot of respect. In the marriage of Shri Ram, all the people of Ayodhya were dancing and singing. There was an atmosphere of celebration throughout Aryavrata. The marriage of the four brothers took place with great pomp. Shri Ramchandra ji got married with Mata Sita, Lakshman ji got married with Mata Urmila, Bharat ji got married with Mata Mandy and Shatrudhan ji got married with Mata Shrutikirti. After marriage, King Dasharatha came back to Ayodhya with everyone. The king now started ruling happily. Time passed and King Dasharatha was now getting old. He wanted to do penance himself by giving royal work to Ramchandra ji. At the behest of Guru Vashistha, an auspicious day was fixed for the coronation of Shri Ram. When all the subjects got the news that Shri Ram was going to become their king, then all the subjects were not happy. There was a lot of joy being celebrated. There was an atmosphere of happiness everywhere. Laughter was scattered on everyone's face, everyone was busy in decorating the palace and preparing for the coronation. Among all these faces there was such a face on which the feeling of sorrow and revenge was clearly visible. That face was none other than that of Queen Kaikeyi's maid Manthara. Manthara did not like being the king of Shri Ram ji, she wanted to see Bharat ji as the king. She was sad and went to Queen Kaikeyi Maharani Kaikeyi was overjoyed with the decision of Sri Rama's coronation and was taking stock of the preparations for the festival. Seeing Manthara's hanging face, he got angry at first but Manthara acted very cleverly. He said that I am a little sad for myself, I am sad for the concern of your son Prince Bharat. Hearing the name of Bharat, the queen said, what is the concern, speak clearly. Manthara took Queen Kaikey) in private and taught her many unconventional things. He cleverly awakened the son's attachment in Kaikey's mind and persuaded Bharata to demand the kingship, reminding King Dasharatha of accepting any two demands before marriage. During a battle before the marriage of King Dasharatha and Queen Kaikeyi, Kaikeyi saved the life of King Dasharatha. Princess Kaikeyi was beautiful, King Dasharatha requested her to marry, Queen Kaikey) asked for two promises, King Dasharatha agreed and both were married. Coming to Manthara's words, the queen made her face sad, untied her hair and slept in Kop Bhavan crying. This matter reached to King Dasharatha, the king immediately reached the queen's palace. He was very sad to see such condition. He loved Kaikeyi very much He asked. "O cakey! Why are you sad, everyone look how happy you are after all, tell me what you need. I will bring the sari after searching the world, don't you feel sad, tell me what do you want? Queen Kaikeyi reminded her of the two promises given by the king before the marriage and she demanded 12 years of exile to Shri Ram as the first demand and Bharata as the king in the second demand. On hearing the demand of Queen Kaikeyi, King Dasharatha's heart sat down. He started getting disturbed by sorrow, somehow managing himself, he said to Kaikeyi - O Kaikeyi, how can you be so cruel? Don't ask my dear son to go to the forest, I am ready to give whatever you ask in return. I cannot live even a moment without seeing Rama, it is time to rule, why are you giving terrible tortures of the forest King Dasharatha tried to persuade Kaikeyi a lot but Kaikeyi remained adamant on his demand. 'Raghukul's ritual has always gone, but the word does not go'. Shri Ram never violated the dignity of the clan, he came to know about his father's promise. Along with this, two demands of Mata Kaikeyi were also reported. He soon decided that his father's promise could not be broken because of him and he decided to go to the forest. Shri Ram went to Mata Kaikeyi in his palace and pleaded with folded hands. O mother! You should not feel sad at all, I will soon leave for exile. If my younger brother Bharata becomes the king, then I will also be very happy, you give up your sorrow. Saying this, Shri Ramchandra along with Mata Sita and Lakshman ji went on exile for 12 years. King Dasharatha was weeping bitterly in the separation of Rama. His heart became very sad. With King Dasharatha, there was mourning in the entire city of Ayodhya. On hearing about the exile of their beloved prince and his wife, the people also started crying, as if calamity had broken out in the whole of Ayodhya, the birds twitter and the flowers stopped blooming. The people of Ayodhya also started going after the exile, dear prince, Shri Ram explained a lot to them but no one listened, then Ram left everyone sleeping alone and crossed the Sarayu river with Lakshmana and Sita, Bharat ji was not in Ayodhya when he went to the forest, he had gone to his maternal grandfather's house. Here Dashrath Maharaj's condition was deteriorating, his life was blown away by crying in his son's fascination. When King Dasharatha died, he did not have any sons with him. Later, the curse given by the parents of Shravan Kumar to King Dasharatha came to fruition. After the departure of Ramchandra ji, Bharat ji was called from his maternal grandfather's house. Till then King Dasharatha's body was kept safe in some oil by scientific method. Bharat ji returned to Ayodhya. When he came to know about the whole story, he was sad and also called his mother Kaikeyi very badly. After the death of King Dasharatha, the queen also repented a lot on her demand. Bharat ji soon performed the proper cremation of his father Dasharatha. After this Bharat ji went to the forest to bring back Ramchandra ji. Bharat ji had also taken the army of Ayodhya with him to the forest, due to which doubts arose in Lakshman j's mind that he was coming to fight with Bhaiya Shri so that he would kill Shri Ram and take the kingdom of Ayodhya forever, and remain king for life. Lakshman ji took up his bow and arrow and started preparing to fight with India and started asking Shri Ram to prepare as well. Lakshman ji became very angry, he was going to take the vow to kill Bharat, when Shri Ram explained to Lakshman ji and said that Bharat is not like that, if I make a gesture now, he can give you the whole kingdom. Then he withheld his promise. Shri Ram was right, Bharat had come to call them back not to fight, but Shri Ram refused to go back. Even after many requests of Bharat ji, Ram ji did not agree. In the end, Bharata came back to Ayodhya with his foot-padukas and started running the kingdom by placing these padukas on the throne. After some time, Shri Ram, along with Lakshmana and Sita reached the forest named Dandakaranya. There the great mighty Ravana, Shurpanakha was fascinated by the form of Shri Ram. She wanted to get married with Shri Ram. He proposed her marriage in front of Shri Ram. Shri Ram said-'I am married, see that my younger brother is Lakshman, he is also very beautiful, why don't you go to him. Saying so, Shri Ram sent him to Lakshman ji. She went to Lakshman ji. He got very angry at Sarpanakha, far from getting married, Lakshman ji cut off his nose. His face became very ugly. His entire nose was cut off. With such courage, she went to her brother and narrated the whole story. Telling about the beauty of Sita, Shurpanakha awakened the infatuation in the heart of Ravana. Ravana started making preparations to get the beautiful woman by force. He found out the whereabouts of Rama and Lakshmana. He had a pet deer named Marich. Which was more beautiful than other deer Left that deer near his hermitage. The deer started roaming around Shri Ram's ashram. Sita ji was fascinated by seeing the gold-coloured deer and started urging Shri Ram to get hold of that golden deer Ramji could not refuse Mata Sita. Shri Ram asked Mata Sita to stay inside the hut and be alert and followed the deer with Lakshmana and went in search of him. In the end, on the day of Dussehra in the month of Kuwar, Shri Ramchandraji killed Ravana, Sitaji came back. Shri Ram became very happy to meet Sita, along with him the whole army started celebrating. Now fourteen years were about to end. Ram Chandra ji gave the kingdom of Lanka to Vibhishana, after that he returned to Ayodhya. Hanuman ji, Sugriva ji etc. had also come with him. Even today this day is celebrated as Diwali festival. Now the coronation of Lord Shri Ram took place with full pomp. Once again, the preparations for the coronation of Shri Ram started going on in full swing in the whole of India. Everyone wanted to see their favorite prince becoming the king soon. He wanted to fulfill his unfinished dream. After all, that auspicious moment has come and the historic coronation of Shri Ram took place, Shri Ram sat on the throne with Mata Sita and started performing his religion with great skill and serving the people. In his kingdom, human beings are human beings, all living beings, animals, birds, trees and plants were all ecstatic. all used to live happily. In the Ram Charit Manas, Tulsi Das Maharajji, while describing the kingdom of Rama, says that in the kingdom of Rama, the sun used to give as much heat as the body could easily bear The rain was only as much as the crops and animals could bear. The trees were laden with fruits. Many different types of flowers were spreading different fragrances. One day Shri Ram decided to go among the public to understand the well being of his subjects closely. No one should recognize him, so he changed his disguise. While roaming in Shri Ram Nagar, under a tree where some people were already there, they stopped near them. There, the words of a washerman made Shri Ram very sad and forced him to take a tough decision again. That washerman questioned Mother Sita, which made Shri Ram sad. He came back to the palace and took a tough decision to send Mother Sita to Valmiki's ashram for the satisfaction of his subjects. Mother Sita ji had to stay in Valmiki Ashram due to public shame. In this ashram, Mother Sita gave birth to two stunning sons, whose names were Lav and Kush. Both of them were disciples of Maharishi Valmiki and became proficient and brave in knowledge of Vedas and war. Ramchandra performed the Ashwamedha Yajna. At this time Sitaji was called back and again on the demand of the subjects, she was asked to give a test of fire, due to this Mother Sita was again very sad and, taking an oath of her purity, pleaded with God in her mind to burst the earth and in the event of an earthquake Because the earth was torn apart proving Mother Sita the most holy and Mother Sita got absorbed in the earth forever and ever. Lord Shri Ram was very sad, he became alone forever, after some time Shri Ram also left his body in Saryu and took water samadhi. Luv and Kush were very brave, later they became kings and started ruling.
    Sri Ram (Historical Story) It is a long time ago that according to the Hindu calendar, about 9 lakh years ago in Tretayuga, there used to be a very majestic Suryavanshi king Dasharatha. The name of their capital was Ayodhya. King Dasharatha was a very just and righteous king. All the subjects used to live their life happily under his rule. The great majestic Satyawadi king Harishchandra and the successful king Bhagirathi were one of the ancestors of King Dasharatha. Like his ancestors, King Dasharatha was very involved in religious work. King Dasharatha had no children. Due to which he was often sad. King Dasharatha had three queens. The name of the first queen was Kausalya, the name of the second queen was Sumitra and the name of the third queen was Kaikeyi, King Dasharatha was a great archer. He was adept at playing slang. He could penetrate the target without seeing the target just by hearing the sound of the word, always in the mind of King Dasharatha. One day Rajguru Vashistha, who was immersed in this concern, suggested Dasharatha to perform Putreshti Yagya. He performed this yagya under the supervision of Shringi Rishi. A lot of donations and donations were made in this yagya. After this yajna, kheer in the form of Prasad was fed to the three queens. After several months, the three queens had four sons. The eldest queen was Rama of Kausalya, Bharata of Kaikeyi and Lakshmana and Shatrudhan of Sumitra. The four brothers were very beautiful and stunning. Maharaj Dasaratha was very happy to see his four sons. King Dasaratha was not happy when he got the happiness of children. After some time, the four brothers went to the forest with Rajguru Vashistha to receive education, Vashistha was a very learned guru. At that time, the sage Vashistha was highly respected. All the brothers were very unique talents. While Lakshman ji was a little accommodating. Shri Ram was calm and serious in nature. The four brothers were also very smart in reading and writing. Soon he learned martial arts like shooting arrows, etc. The people of Ayodhya were enchanted by his form and qualities King Dasharatha never wanted to keep them away from his eyes. One day a very learned and learned Maharishi Vishwamitra came to King Dasharatha. He was a great and ascetic sage of his time. Many sinners and tyrants used to create obstacles in his yajna. When he heard about Rama and his brothers, he went to Dasharatha. He asked Dasaratha to kill the sinners and tyrants and Rama and Lakshmana to protect the yajna. King Dasharatha with folded hands said to sage Vishwamitra- 'O sage! Both Rama and Lakshmana are still children. Don't take them to war with so many sinful and tyrannical people. I will move my whole army and myself and will fight with them and will also protect your sacrifice. King Dasharatha at first did not want to send his sons with him, then on the persuasion of Rajguru Vashistha, he agreed to send. Both Rama and Lakshmana left with sage Vishwamitra. On the way, the sage taught them two mantras. After learning these mantras, both the princes became more powerful. While going to the sage's ashram, he killed a sinful and tyrannical woman named Tadka. Reaching there, while protecting the yagna, one of his sons Maricha and the other son Subahu were also killed with an arrow. Now Vishwamitra's Yagya was completed very well and very peacefully. After this Maharishi Vishwamitra reached Mithilapuri with both the princes Rama and Lakshmana. King Janak of Mithila was a great scholar and sage. He created the swayamvara of his daughter Sita. There was a lot of pomp and show coming to the King- Maharaj Swayamvar from far and wide. When Vishwamitra reached there, the king gave him a big welcome. King Janak had a bow. This bow belonged to Shiva, with this bow he killed Tripasura. No one could lift it except Sitaji. Because it was very heavy and hard. King Janak had made a promise that anyone who lifts this bow will tie its rope. With that Sitaji will be married. Organized swayamvar for the marriage of Mata Sita ji. The great brave warriors of the entire Aryavrata were called. Ravana also participated in that event. All the kings tried hard, but no one could lift it and tie the rope. All the kings had given up. King Janak started worrying that now where should I find the worthy groom of my daughter. Then Maharishi Vishwamitra ordered Rama to lift the bow and put a string on him. Rama reached near the bow after getting the Guru's orders and he easily lifted the bow and started plucking it. While tying the bow, that bow broke at the hands of Shri Ram. The old bow belonged to Shiva, at that time Parashuram ji, the supreme devotee of Shiva, was also there. Hearing the sound of bow breaking, Parashurama reached there. He was very angry. He started searching for the one who broke this bow. Seeing the anger of Parashurama, there was silence in the whole assembly. No one was speaking out of fear. But Lakshman ji was not afraid, he started arguing with Parashuram ji, due to which Parashuram's anger started increasing. But Shri Ram politely folded his hands and requested Parshuram ji to accidentally break the bow and asked for forgiveness from him. Seeing the simple calm nature of Rama, Parashurama's anger was pacified and he left from there. Immediately after his departure, everyone in the meeting heaved a sigh of relief. After the departure of Parashurama, King Janak went to Maharishi Vishwamitra and asked him- 'O sage: Who are these two young men, the kings of this form, please tell them about them." Sage Vishwamitra told King Janak-these two brothers are Rama and Lakshman, both of them are the sons of King Dasharatha of Ayodhya. Among the four sons of King Dasharatha, Rama is the eldest who broke the bow. After hearing the introduction of Shri Ram by the sage, his happiness knew no bounds, he happily decided to marry his four daughters including Sita to the four sons of King Dasharatha. King Janak requested Maharishi for the marriage of all four, Maharishi gladly accepted. After that, celebrations started in the court of King Janak, sweets were distributed, drums started playing. The sage sent this auspicious message to Ayodhya. In Ayodhya, King Dasharatha, on hearing the news, ordered to decorate the entire Ayodhya and distribute gifts to the people. The whole of Ayodhya started celebrating the marriage of its princes. King Dasharatha started preparing for the procession of his sons. Many thousand elephants were decorated, hundreds of chariots were made. The entire Ayodhya city reached Mithilapur in a procession. There was no shortage of preparations for the procession of Mithilapur King Janak. He went ahead and welcomed the procession, hugged King Dasharatha and gave him a lot of respect. In the marriage of Shri Ram, all the people of Ayodhya were dancing and singing. There was an atmosphere of celebration throughout Aryavrata. The marriage of the four brothers took place with great pomp. Shri Ramchandra ji got married with Mata Sita, Lakshman ji got married with Mata Urmila, Bharat ji got married with Mata Mandy and Shatrudhan ji got married with Mata Shrutikirti. After marriage, King Dasharatha came back to Ayodhya with everyone. The king now started ruling happily. Time passed and King Dasharatha was now getting old. He wanted to do penance himself by giving royal work to Ramchandra ji. At the behest of Guru Vashistha, an auspicious day was fixed for the coronation of Shri Ram. When all the subjects got the news that Shri Ram was going to become their king, then all the subjects were not happy. There was a lot of joy being celebrated. There was an atmosphere of happiness everywhere. Laughter was scattered on everyone's face, everyone was busy in decorating the palace and preparing for the coronation. Among all these faces there was such a face on which the feeling of sorrow and revenge was clearly visible. That face was none other than that of Queen Kaikeyi's maid Manthara. Manthara did not like being the king of Shri Ram ji, she wanted to see Bharat ji as the king. She was sad and went to Queen Kaikeyi Maharani Kaikeyi was overjoyed with the decision of Sri Rama's coronation and was taking stock of the preparations for the festival. Seeing Manthara's hanging face, he got angry at first but Manthara acted very cleverly. He said that I am a little sad for myself, I am sad for the concern of your son Prince Bharat. Hearing the name of Bharat, the queen said, what is the concern, speak clearly. Manthara took Queen Kaikey) in private and taught her many unconventional things. He cleverly awakened the son's attachment in Kaikey's mind and persuaded Bharata to demand the kingship, reminding King Dasharatha of accepting any two demands before marriage. During a battle before the marriage of King Dasharatha and Queen Kaikeyi, Kaikeyi saved the life of King Dasharatha. Princess Kaikeyi was beautiful, King Dasharatha requested her to marry, Queen Kaikey) asked for two promises, King Dasharatha agreed and both were married. Coming to Manthara's words, the queen made her face sad, untied her hair and slept in Kop Bhavan crying. This matter reached to King Dasharatha, the king immediately reached the queen's palace. He was very sad to see such condition. He loved Kaikeyi very much He asked. "O cakey! Why are you sad, everyone look how happy you are after all, tell me what you need. I will bring the sari after searching the world, don't you feel sad, tell me what do you want? Queen Kaikeyi reminded her of the two promises given by the king before the marriage and she demanded 12 years of exile to Shri Ram as the first demand and Bharata as the king in the second demand. On hearing the demand of Queen Kaikeyi, King Dasharatha's heart sat down. He started getting disturbed by sorrow, somehow managing himself, he said to Kaikeyi - O Kaikeyi, how can you be so cruel? Don't ask my dear son to go to the forest, I am ready to give whatever you ask in return. I cannot live even a moment without seeing Rama, it is time to rule, why are you giving terrible tortures of the forest King Dasharatha tried to persuade Kaikeyi a lot but Kaikeyi remained adamant on his demand. 'Raghukul's ritual has always gone, but the word does not go'. Shri Ram never violated the dignity of the clan, he came to know about his father's promise. Along with this, two demands of Mata Kaikeyi were also reported. He soon decided that his father's promise could not be broken because of him and he decided to go to the forest. Shri Ram went to Mata Kaikeyi in his palace and pleaded with folded hands. O mother! You should not feel sad at all, I will soon leave for exile. If my younger brother Bharata becomes the king, then I will also be very happy, you give up your sorrow. Saying this, Shri Ramchandra along with Mata Sita and Lakshman ji went on exile for 12 years. King Dasharatha was weeping bitterly in the separation of Rama. His heart became very sad. With King Dasharatha, there was mourning in the entire city of Ayodhya. On hearing about the exile of their beloved prince and his wife, the people also started crying, as if calamity had broken out in the whole of Ayodhya, the birds twitter and the flowers stopped blooming. The people of Ayodhya also started going after the exile, dear prince, Shri Ram explained a lot to them but no one listened, then Ram left everyone sleeping alone and crossed the Sarayu river with Lakshmana and Sita, Bharat ji was not in Ayodhya when he went to the forest, he had gone to his maternal grandfather's house. Here Dashrath Maharaj's condition was deteriorating, his life was blown away by crying in his son's fascination. When King Dasharatha died, he did not have any sons with him. Later, the curse given by the parents of Shravan Kumar to King Dasharatha came to fruition. After the departure of Ramchandra ji, Bharat ji was called from his maternal grandfather's house. Till then King Dasharatha's body was kept safe in some oil by scientific method. Bharat ji returned to Ayodhya. When he came to know about the whole story, he was sad and also called his mother Kaikeyi very badly. After the death of King Dasharatha, the queen also repented a lot on her demand. Bharat ji soon performed the proper cremation of his father Dasharatha. After this Bharat ji went to the forest to bring back Ramchandra ji. Bharat ji had also taken the army of Ayodhya with him to the forest, due to which doubts arose in Lakshman j's mind that he was coming to fight with Bhaiya Shri so that he would kill Shri Ram and take the kingdom of Ayodhya forever, and remain king for life. Lakshman ji took up his bow and arrow and started preparing to fight with India and started asking Shri Ram to prepare as well. Lakshman ji became very angry, he was going to take the vow to kill Bharat, when Shri Ram explained to Lakshman ji and said that Bharat is not like that, if I make a gesture now, he can give you the whole kingdom. Then he withheld his promise. Shri Ram was right, Bharat had come to call them back not to fight, but Shri Ram refused to go back. Even after many requests of Bharat ji, Ram ji did not agree. In the end, Bharata came back to Ayodhya with his foot-padukas and started running the kingdom by placing these padukas on the throne. After some time, Shri Ram, along with Lakshmana and Sita reached the forest named Dandakaranya. There the great mighty Ravana, Shurpanakha was fascinated by the form of Shri Ram. She wanted to get married with Shri Ram. He proposed her marriage in front of Shri Ram. Shri Ram said-'I am married, see that my younger brother is Lakshman, he is also very beautiful, why don't you go to him. Saying so, Shri Ram sent him to Lakshman ji. She went to Lakshman ji. He got very angry at Sarpanakha, far from getting married, Lakshman ji cut off his nose. His face became very ugly. His entire nose was cut off. With such courage, she went to her brother and narrated the whole story. Telling about the beauty of Sita, Shurpanakha awakened the infatuation in the heart of Ravana. Ravana started making preparations to get the beautiful woman by force. He found out the whereabouts of Rama and Lakshmana. He had a pet deer named Marich. Which was more beautiful than other deer Left that deer near his hermitage. The deer started roaming around Shri Ram's ashram. Sita ji was fascinated by seeing the gold-coloured deer and started urging Shri Ram to get hold of that golden deer Ramji could not refuse Mata Sita. Shri Ram asked Mata Sita to stay inside the hut and be alert and followed the deer with Lakshmana and went in search of him. In the end, on the day of Dussehra in the month of Kuwar, Shri Ramchandraji killed Ravana, Sitaji came back. Shri Ram became very happy to meet Sita, along with him the whole army started celebrating. Now fourteen years were about to end. Ram Chandra ji gave the kingdom of Lanka to Vibhishana, after that he returned to Ayodhya. Hanuman ji, Sugriva ji etc. had also come with him. Even today this day is celebrated as Diwali festival. Now the coronation of Lord Shri Ram took place with full pomp. Once again, the preparations for the coronation of Shri Ram started going on in full swing in the whole of India. Everyone wanted to see their favorite prince becoming the king soon. He wanted to fulfill his unfinished dream. After all, that auspicious moment has come and the historic coronation of Shri Ram took place, Shri Ram sat on the throne with Mata Sita and started performing his religion with great skill and serving the people. In his kingdom, human beings are human beings, all living beings, animals, birds, trees and plants were all ecstatic. all used to live happily. In the Ram Charit Manas, Tulsi Das Maharajji, while describing the kingdom of Rama, says that in the kingdom of Rama, the sun used to give as much heat as the body could easily bear The rain was only as much as the crops and animals could bear. The trees were laden with fruits. Many different types of flowers were spreading different fragrances. One day Shri Ram decided to go among the public to understand the well being of his subjects closely. No one should recognize him, so he changed his disguise. While roaming in Shri Ram Nagar, under a tree where some people were already there, they stopped near them. There, the words of a washerman made Shri Ram very sad and forced him to take a tough decision again. That washerman questioned Mother Sita, which made Shri Ram sad. He came back to the palace and took a tough decision to send Mother Sita to Valmiki's ashram for the satisfaction of his subjects. Mother Sita ji had to stay in Valmiki Ashram due to public shame. In this ashram, Mother Sita gave birth to two stunning sons, whose names were Lav and Kush. Both of them were disciples of Maharishi Valmiki and became proficient and brave in knowledge of Vedas and war. Ramchandra performed the Ashwamedha Yajna. At this time Sitaji was called back and again on the demand of the subjects, she was asked to give a test of fire, due to this Mother Sita was again very sad and, taking an oath of her purity, pleaded with God in her mind to burst the earth and in the event of an earthquake Because the earth was torn apart proving Mother Sita the most holy and Mother Sita got absorbed in the earth forever and ever. Lord Shri Ram was very sad, he became alone forever, after some time Shri Ram also left his body in Saryu and took water samadhi. Luv and Kush were very brave, later they became kings and started ruling.
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  • Sri Krishna (Historical Story)
    Bhojvanshi king Ugrasen used to rule in Mathura. His aggressor son Kansa removed him from the throne and himself became the king of Mathura. Once there was King Kansa who was the brother of Devaki. He was going to drop his sister Devaki at her in-laws house when on the way he fell asleep due to fatigue. He started going to his sister's in-laws house while sleeping in the chariot. Suddenly he had a dream. It was told in that dream that the eighth son born from the womb of your sister i.e. Devaki, whom you are happily taking to her in-laws house, will kill you. Kansh woke up from his sleep in panic. After Kansh tells about his dream. He asked Vasudev (Devaki's husband) to kill him. Then Devaki pleaded with Kansa and said that I myself will bring my child and hand it over to you, what will be the benefit of killing your brother-in-law who is innocent. Kansa obeyed Devaki and put Vasudev and Devaki in prison in Mathura. After some time in the prison, Devaki and Vasudev were blessed with a child. As soon as Kansa came to know about this, he came to the prison and killed that child. Similarly, Kansa killed the seven sons of Devaki and Vasudev one by one. When the turn of the eighth child came, the guard was doubled in the prison. Many soldiers were posted in the prison. But that day the deployed soldiers fell into a deep sleep due to fatigue and lack of sleep. Eighth son was born. It was raining heavily that day. Vasudev ji left after keeping baby Shri Krishna in the soup. Crossing the Yamuna, they reached Nanda's house in Vrindavan. Vasudev slowly opened the door and placed his son near Nanda and Yashoda. They were both asleep. Taking Nanda's daughter in his hands, Vasudev apologized to Nanda and Yashoda and started going towards Mathura. After a few hours he reached the Mathura jail. The soldiers were still sleeping. That daughter started crying as soon as she reached the jail. The soldiers were awakened by the sound of loud cries. As soon as Kansa got the news that Devaki had given birth to a child, he immediately came to the prison. Kansa snatched him and threw him brutally killed. Kansh is now free from fear. It's morning Nanda and Yashoda were very sad not to find their daughter and searched everywhere with their people for many days. But he could not find his daughter. Tired, he stopped the search and adopted that son. Whom he named Krishna, Slowly time passed and Shri Krishna grew up. Shri Krishna started playing his flute while creating Raas Leela with the Gopis in Gokul. All the residents of Gokul, animals and birds etc. would be very happy to hear the tune of his flute and they would love this sound very much. Shri Krishna along with his friends used to eat butter from other people's houses. Because of which the women of the village went to Yashoda with a complaint about Krishna. Shri Krishna used to love Radha in Gokul. Shri Krishna's anonymous stay was coming to an end. That's why Shri Krishna and Balram were sent to Ujjain for education. In Ujjain both the brothers started receiving education and diksha in the hermitage of Rishi Sandipani. In the same ashram, Shri Krishna befriended Sudama They were close friends. The discussions of their friendship were far and wide. Along with education, they came back after getting the knowledge of weapons. One day, through spies, Kansa came to know about the survival of the eighth son. On the other hand, Krishna also came to know that his real parents were imprisoned in Mathura. Kansa sent many soldiers to kill Krishna, but Krishna and the people of Gokul came together and killed those soldiers. Saddened by the failure of the soldiers every time, Kansa himself set out to kill Shri Krishna. There was a war between the two and Shri Krishna killed Kansa and again made Ugrasen the king of Mathura. Shri Krishna went to Dwarka after reconciling with his parents in Gokul. He established the city of Dwarka there and became the king of Dwarkanagari. There is a town named Amjhera in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. There was the kingdom of King Bhishmak at that time. He had five sons and a very beautiful daughter. Her name was Rukmini. She had dedicated herself to Shri Krishna. When she came to know from her friends that her marriage has been fixed. Then Rukmani sent a message to Shri Krishna through the hands of an old Brahmin. As soon as this message was received by Shri Krishna, he immediately left from there. Shri Krishna came and kidnapped Rukmini and brought her to Dwarkapuri. Shishupala also came following Shri Krishna whose marriage was fixed with Rukmini. A fierce battle took place in Dwarikapuri with the army of both the brothers Shri Krishna and Balram and Shishupala's army. In which Shishupala's army was destroyed. The marriage of Shri Krishna and Rukmini was done with great pomp and ceremony. Rukmani's status was at the top among all the queens of Shri Krishna. Shri Krishna also became the charioteer of the archer Arjuna's chariot in the war of Mahabharata. Shri Krishna had given many teachings to Arjuna during the war, which proved very helpful for Arjuna to fight the war. These teachings were the teachings of Gita which were told by Shri Krishna. This sermon is still famous by the name of Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta. Lord Shri Krishna had ensured the result of this war without raising the weapon in this war. In this war of Mahabharata, by winning religion over unrighteousness, the Pandavas had destroyed the entire Kaurava dynasty including the unrighteous Duryodhana. Duryodhana's mother Gandhari believed Lord Krishna to be the reason for the death of her sons and the destruction of the Kaurava dynasty. That's why after the end of this war, when Lord Krishna went to console Gandhari, then Gandhari, distraught with the grief of her sons, got angry and cursed Shri Krishna that the way my Kaurava dynasty was destroyed by fighting among themselves, In the same way your Yaduvansh will also be destroyed. After this Shri Krishna came to the city of Dwarka. Even after about 35 years of Mahabharata war, Dwarka was very peaceful and happy. Gradually the sons of Shri Krishna became very powerful and in this way the whole Yadu dynasty had become very powerful. It is said that once Samba, the son of Shri Krishna, insulted the sage Durvasa by being influenced by fickleness. After which Durvasa Rishi got angry and cursed Samba for the destruction of Yaduvansh. Along with being powerful, now sin and crime had increased a lot in Dwarka. Shri Krishna was very sad to see such an atmosphere in his happy Dwarka. He suggested his subjects to get rid of their sins by going to the banks of river Prabhas, after which everyone went to the banks of river Prabhas, but due to the curse of Durvasa Rishi, everyone there got drunk and started arguing with each other. Engaged. Their debate took the form of a civil war which destroyed the entire Yaduvansh. According to the Bhagavata Purana, it is believed that Shri Krishna was very distressed to see the destruction of his dynasty. It was because of his agony that he started living in the forest. One day when he was resting under a peepal tree in the forest in yoga nidra, a hunter named Jara mistook his leg for a deer and hit him with a poisoned arrow. This arrow fired by Jara pierced the sole of Shri Krishna's feet. Due to this piercing of the poisoned arrow, Shri Krishna died and after a few days the city of Dwarka, inhabited by Shri Krishna, also got immersed in the sea.
    Sri Krishna (Historical Story) Bhojvanshi king Ugrasen used to rule in Mathura. His aggressor son Kansa removed him from the throne and himself became the king of Mathura. Once there was King Kansa who was the brother of Devaki. He was going to drop his sister Devaki at her in-laws house when on the way he fell asleep due to fatigue. He started going to his sister's in-laws house while sleeping in the chariot. Suddenly he had a dream. It was told in that dream that the eighth son born from the womb of your sister i.e. Devaki, whom you are happily taking to her in-laws house, will kill you. Kansh woke up from his sleep in panic. After Kansh tells about his dream. He asked Vasudev (Devaki's husband) to kill him. Then Devaki pleaded with Kansa and said that I myself will bring my child and hand it over to you, what will be the benefit of killing your brother-in-law who is innocent. Kansa obeyed Devaki and put Vasudev and Devaki in prison in Mathura. After some time in the prison, Devaki and Vasudev were blessed with a child. As soon as Kansa came to know about this, he came to the prison and killed that child. Similarly, Kansa killed the seven sons of Devaki and Vasudev one by one. When the turn of the eighth child came, the guard was doubled in the prison. Many soldiers were posted in the prison. But that day the deployed soldiers fell into a deep sleep due to fatigue and lack of sleep. Eighth son was born. It was raining heavily that day. Vasudev ji left after keeping baby Shri Krishna in the soup. Crossing the Yamuna, they reached Nanda's house in Vrindavan. Vasudev slowly opened the door and placed his son near Nanda and Yashoda. They were both asleep. Taking Nanda's daughter in his hands, Vasudev apologized to Nanda and Yashoda and started going towards Mathura. After a few hours he reached the Mathura jail. The soldiers were still sleeping. That daughter started crying as soon as she reached the jail. The soldiers were awakened by the sound of loud cries. As soon as Kansa got the news that Devaki had given birth to a child, he immediately came to the prison. Kansa snatched him and threw him brutally killed. Kansh is now free from fear. It's morning Nanda and Yashoda were very sad not to find their daughter and searched everywhere with their people for many days. But he could not find his daughter. Tired, he stopped the search and adopted that son. Whom he named Krishna, Slowly time passed and Shri Krishna grew up. Shri Krishna started playing his flute while creating Raas Leela with the Gopis in Gokul. All the residents of Gokul, animals and birds etc. would be very happy to hear the tune of his flute and they would love this sound very much. Shri Krishna along with his friends used to eat butter from other people's houses. Because of which the women of the village went to Yashoda with a complaint about Krishna. Shri Krishna used to love Radha in Gokul. Shri Krishna's anonymous stay was coming to an end. That's why Shri Krishna and Balram were sent to Ujjain for education. In Ujjain both the brothers started receiving education and diksha in the hermitage of Rishi Sandipani. In the same ashram, Shri Krishna befriended Sudama They were close friends. The discussions of their friendship were far and wide. Along with education, they came back after getting the knowledge of weapons. One day, through spies, Kansa came to know about the survival of the eighth son. On the other hand, Krishna also came to know that his real parents were imprisoned in Mathura. Kansa sent many soldiers to kill Krishna, but Krishna and the people of Gokul came together and killed those soldiers. Saddened by the failure of the soldiers every time, Kansa himself set out to kill Shri Krishna. There was a war between the two and Shri Krishna killed Kansa and again made Ugrasen the king of Mathura. Shri Krishna went to Dwarka after reconciling with his parents in Gokul. He established the city of Dwarka there and became the king of Dwarkanagari. There is a town named Amjhera in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. There was the kingdom of King Bhishmak at that time. He had five sons and a very beautiful daughter. Her name was Rukmini. She had dedicated herself to Shri Krishna. When she came to know from her friends that her marriage has been fixed. Then Rukmani sent a message to Shri Krishna through the hands of an old Brahmin. As soon as this message was received by Shri Krishna, he immediately left from there. Shri Krishna came and kidnapped Rukmini and brought her to Dwarkapuri. Shishupala also came following Shri Krishna whose marriage was fixed with Rukmini. A fierce battle took place in Dwarikapuri with the army of both the brothers Shri Krishna and Balram and Shishupala's army. In which Shishupala's army was destroyed. The marriage of Shri Krishna and Rukmini was done with great pomp and ceremony. Rukmani's status was at the top among all the queens of Shri Krishna. Shri Krishna also became the charioteer of the archer Arjuna's chariot in the war of Mahabharata. Shri Krishna had given many teachings to Arjuna during the war, which proved very helpful for Arjuna to fight the war. These teachings were the teachings of Gita which were told by Shri Krishna. This sermon is still famous by the name of Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta. Lord Shri Krishna had ensured the result of this war without raising the weapon in this war. In this war of Mahabharata, by winning religion over unrighteousness, the Pandavas had destroyed the entire Kaurava dynasty including the unrighteous Duryodhana. Duryodhana's mother Gandhari believed Lord Krishna to be the reason for the death of her sons and the destruction of the Kaurava dynasty. That's why after the end of this war, when Lord Krishna went to console Gandhari, then Gandhari, distraught with the grief of her sons, got angry and cursed Shri Krishna that the way my Kaurava dynasty was destroyed by fighting among themselves, In the same way your Yaduvansh will also be destroyed. After this Shri Krishna came to the city of Dwarka. Even after about 35 years of Mahabharata war, Dwarka was very peaceful and happy. Gradually the sons of Shri Krishna became very powerful and in this way the whole Yadu dynasty had become very powerful. It is said that once Samba, the son of Shri Krishna, insulted the sage Durvasa by being influenced by fickleness. After which Durvasa Rishi got angry and cursed Samba for the destruction of Yaduvansh. Along with being powerful, now sin and crime had increased a lot in Dwarka. Shri Krishna was very sad to see such an atmosphere in his happy Dwarka. He suggested his subjects to get rid of their sins by going to the banks of river Prabhas, after which everyone went to the banks of river Prabhas, but due to the curse of Durvasa Rishi, everyone there got drunk and started arguing with each other. Engaged. Their debate took the form of a civil war which destroyed the entire Yaduvansh. According to the Bhagavata Purana, it is believed that Shri Krishna was very distressed to see the destruction of his dynasty. It was because of his agony that he started living in the forest. One day when he was resting under a peepal tree in the forest in yoga nidra, a hunter named Jara mistook his leg for a deer and hit him with a poisoned arrow. This arrow fired by Jara pierced the sole of Shri Krishna's feet. Due to this piercing of the poisoned arrow, Shri Krishna died and after a few days the city of Dwarka, inhabited by Shri Krishna, also got immersed in the sea.
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  • Caawa Xaruntii Sucuudigan ku suganahay Adeero Yusuf Cawl iyo Ibraahim Xoore aadbaad u mahadsan tihiin soo dhawaynta iyo casuumada aad ii samaysaan, magaaladu America iyo Europe waxba Uma oga waa la Kala tagay.


    Caawa Xaruntii Sucuudigan ku suganahay Adeero Yusuf Cawl iyo Ibraahim Xoore aadbaad u mahadsan tihiin soo dhawaynta iyo casuumada aad ii samaysaan, magaaladu America iyo Europe waxba Uma oga waa la Kala tagay.
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  • Whats going on today? Tomatoes are inside so the deers didnt have anything to eat this time haha
    Whats going on today? Tomatoes are inside so the deers didnt have anything to eat this time haha
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  • goooomorning everyone! Just woke up to realize the deers have eaten all our salads and herbs in the garden.

    still a beautiful day!
    goooomorning everyone! Just woke up to realize the deers have eaten all our salads and herbs in the garden. still a beautiful day!
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