How Ganesha got the elephant Head- This is the interesting tale that explains how Ganesha came to have the head of an elephant. It is just another example of Ganesha’s devotion to his mother and his single minded determination to follow her orders which even lead to him losing his head.
How Ganesha began traveling on the mouse- This story tells us why Ganesh travels on a mouse. He crushed the ego of an asura called Gajamukhasura who transformed himself to a mouse and devoted himself to serve Lord Ganesha. So Ganesha decided to travel on his back.
Birth of Parvati- When sati ends him life by immersing herself in the yagna fire, she is reborn as parvathi the daughter of a great kind Himavat ruler of the Himalayan’s. Parvathi has a great desire to marry Lord Shiva so she goes to the place where the meditating and begins to serve him.
Tarakasuran- This tale of an assura called tarakasura. Because of his desire to become immortal he does severe penance and finally Brahma grants him a boon that only Shiva’s son will be able to kill him. Rendered almost immortal. Tarakasura begins to wreck havoc and harasses all the devas including indri.
Shiva and Parvathi - Upon Brahma’s advice, indri requests Kama and Rati the goes of love. To make Shiva fall in love with parvathi. Kama tries to aim his arrow at Shiva but Shiva in his fury burns Kama to ashes finally parvathi herself wins Shiva’s heart by doing severe penance. With her father permission Shiva and Parvathi marry.
Hanuman Meets Ram – In this story we see the circumstance s that led to hanuman’s first encounter with Lord Ram. As soon as he met him he pledged undying devotion to him and his cause of finding Sita.
Hanuman in Search of Sita – This is story of the various obstacles Hanuman encounters on his mission to find Sita and how he overcomes them with valour strength and presence of mind.
Krishna and Jarasandha – This story explains how Lord Krishna heard king Yudhisthira’s request to perform rajasuya Yagya and then how tactfully Lord Krishna helped Bheema to defeat King Jarasandha son of king Brihadratha.
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