Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Ram Vijaya-Chapter 7.

Share Author: Manisha.Rautela.Bisht on 11:59 AM

Dear all
I received many mails inquiring about the gap in posting of the Ram Vijaya chapters.Since I cannot reply to each mail individually I would like to tell all the readers that I had to travel for 3 days all of a sudden, hence I could not post the chapters .Apologies for the inconvenience ,today I am uploading the remaining chapters .

Here is chapter- 7 from the book Ram Vijaya. Readers who have missed out any chapter can read them by clicking on the link provided below this chapter . Jai Sai Ram
"RAM VIJAYA" -Chapter 7

The pinda which was snatched by the ghar [eagle]from the hands of Kayakayi, fell by a blast of wind into the hands of Anjani, the wife of a monkey called Kesari. She also swallowed up the pinda and became pregnant.
The story of the child born to Anjani is as follows:

Anjani, the wife of Kesari, performed a severe penance for seven years on the hills called Rishiparvat, in order that the god, Siva, might be pleased to bless her with an immortal son. Siva was pleased with her and said, " An immortal son will be born to thee as thou wishest. He will be a part of my body. I, there fore, tell thee to sit here in meditation and swallow up any thing that falls into thy hands, so that thy wish may be fulfilled." So saying Siva dis-appeared. The pinda from the bill of the ghar fell into the hands of Anjani, and she swallowed it up as directed by Siva.

The ghar was a devangana who had become a bird by the curse of Indra. This god was displeased with her, because she did not dance properly; and it was appointed by Bramhadev that she would be released from the curse, as soon as the pinda fell into the hands of Anjani. The devangana was accordingly released from the curse; and after her release she went to Indra.

Anjani, after a period of nine months, was delivered of a powerful on called Maruti He was a monkey and had a long tail. When he saw the light, he was hungry; and when
he did not get any thing to eat, he went to devour the sun, taking him for a fruit. At that time Rahu also came there to devour the sun, when Maruti said to him " Who art thou ? I have come here first to devour the fruit." So saying he broke the head of Rahu with his tail and, catching him by his feet, flung him down, Ketu then came to help him, but he was also severely beaten by the monkey. In the mean-time, Maruti was brought down by his father, the wind.

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