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I am an expert in tellling divine and sacred stories. In the ancient past, there was a Brahmarshi called Krishna Dvaipaayana. He was also called as Veda Vyasa. At that time, all the Vedas were combined together. VedaVyasa divided them into four. They are 1 Rigveda; 2 Yajurveda; 3 Sama veda; 4 Adharvana veda. With the permission of Brahma, he wrote 18 Puraanaas, Dharma Sastraas, Itihasas, historical stories of kings, life of Lord Srikrishna, and the stories of Pandavas and Kouravas.

That is called Mahabharata. Veda Vyasa completed Mahabharata in three years. Mahabharata contains 18 parvas. Now I am telling the same to all of you assembled here for Satra Yaaga.

They are 1 Kruta yuga; 2 Tretaa yuga; 3 Dvaapara yuga; 4 Kali yuga. At the end of Kruta yuga, there was a great war xdi Devatas divine souls and daanavaas raakshasaas or demons.

At the end of Tretaayuga, there was a battle between Rama and Ravana. At the end of Dvaapara yuga, there was a great war between Paandavas and Kouravas. During the time between Tretaayuga and Dvaapara yugaa, one Teluyu warrior Parasuraama son of a great saint Jamadagni, waged war against all the Kshatriya community 21 times and killed all the kings.

The blood flown out of their bodies formed into five streams.

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At that place only, Mahabharata war took place. It is also called Kurukshetra. Arjuna was one parvzm the five Pandavas. King Janameja was the son of King Pareekshit. King Janamejaya was performing a Yajna.

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One day, a small dog called Saarameya, son of a divine dog called Sarama, was playing at the place of Yajna. On seeing this, the brothers of King Janamejaya, grew angry and beat that small dog, Saarameya. Sarameya went to his mother and said that he was beaten by the king. Sarama came to Janamejaya and said: Wrong doers will suffer the consequences without any asi.

Later, Janamejaya intended to perform shanthi ritual, to avert all evils, as spoken by Sarama. To perform the said ritual, the King invited a great saint called Somasravasu, as chief priest. One Udanka was studying in a Gurukula place where students learn Vedas from Teacher in homely atmosphere.


After completing the learning, Gurupatni wife of his teacher requested Udanka to bring the ear rings of Rani Poushya Devi, wife of King Poushya. Accordingly, Udanka went to King Poushya and requested him to give the ear rings. King Poushya gladly accepted his request but asked him to collect them from his wife, Poushya Devi.

Udanka went to Poushya Devi and requested for the ear rings. She also requested him to take food in her house. Udanka accepted her request. While he was taking food, one fallen hair was found in the food.

For blindly serving food to the guest, Udanka cursed Poushya to become blind. You will remain issueless. Udanka requested Poushya to take back her Saapaa as he could not bear that Saapaa and remain issueless. But Kshatriyas are harsh in heart but kind in words.

Hence I parvaj not take back my Saapaa.

You have to take back your Saapaa. So saying, Udanka left that place carrying the ear rings with telugy. While going to his Ashram, on the way, he stopped near a stream. He placed the earnings at a clean and neat place and went to the stream for bath.

At that time, Takshaka came there, took away the ear rings, ;arvam fled away to Nagaloka. On seeing this, Udanka also followed him to Nagaloka. He praised all the Naga kings viz. In the Naga loka, he also found a divine personality Indra riding a horse. Udanka also praised that divine personality. Satisfied with his praises, Indra asked him what he wants.

Udanka prayed that the entire serpant community should be under his control. Indra asked Udanka to blow air in the ear of the horse.

When Udanka blew air in the ear of the horse, flames came out of the entire body of the horse and spread all over Nagaloka. On seeing this Takshaka was frightened and returned the ear rings to Udanka.

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After receiving the ear rings from Takshaka, Udanka returned teluggu his Ashramam and gave the ear rings to Gurupatni. After taking permission from Guru, Udanka went away. He performed great Tapassu penance. But he could not forget the harm caused to him by Takshka. He wanted to wreak vengeance. Then Udanka went to King Janamejaya and said: He caused harm to me. While I was taking parva, ear rings from Poushya Maha Rani, to give it to my telugh, he snatched them away.


Besides that, without realising whether it is right or wrong, he carried out the Saapa curse of the Saint Srungi and killed your father King Parikshit brutally. He should be taught a lesson. For the misdeeds committed by him, the entire Naga community should suffer. I request you to perform Sarpa yaaga in which all the snakes in the world including Takshaka will fall and die.

But Aastika stopped Sarpa yaaga and saved the serpant community. The story teller continued to say. Bhruguvu is a great saint. His wife was Puloma. While she was pregnant, one day, Bhruguvu asked his wife Puloma to lit sacred fire for the daily ritual and went to a nearby stream to take bath. Accordingly, she lit the sacred fire parvan and was attending to other works. At that time, one raakshasa demon called Paravm came there. He asked the fire agni deva who she was.

Agnideva was in dilemma. If he tells the truth, the demon will cause harm to Puloma. If he does not tell the truth, he will be a sinner for telling falsehood. Agnideva decided to tell the truth. He said that she was the wife of saint Felugu. Prior to her marriage, he fell in love with her but could not succeed. Now she is the wife of Bhruguvu.

Pulomudu wanted to have her. He became a big pig varaahamu and took her on his shoulder and ran away carrying Puloma. She was weeping and trying to escape from his clutches. In that scuffle, as she was in advanced pregnancy, she delivered a male child. His name was Chyavana, a powerful child. The child, Chyavana, tleugu at that demon with anger.

The flames came out of eyes of the child, burnt away that demon, Pulomudu. Then Puloma took the child in her lap and returned to Ashram. After Bhruguvu returned to Ashram, she told him what had parvzm.

Hence I told the truth. Hence he withdrew his flames. As there was no agni, there was no Homa sacred fireno offerings to devataas. Your holiness cannot be taken away by Bhrugu Saapaa. Obeying the words of Brahma, Agni resumed his flames and the daily rituals continued as before.

Chyavana, son of Bhruguvu, married a girl Sukanya, daughter of King Sharyathi. Their son was Pramathi.