Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Ram Vijaya-Chapter 9.

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Here is chapter- 9 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 9

Bramhadev had a very beautiful daughter, named Ahilya. Many gods and kings requested her father to give her away in marriage to them. But Bramhadev had made a condition that whoever would go round the earth and return within six hours, should marry her without loss of time. Whereupon all the kings and gods, including Indra, went round the earth, but none could return within six hours except Gowtam, a Rishi, to whom Ahilya was married agreeably to the condition.
Indra became very jealous of the Rishi and sought to outrage her modesty. Some time after his marriage he and his wife went to a river with Rishis for ablutions on the day of an eclipse. After their ablutions were over, Gowtam sat there with other Rishis for meditation ; and his wife returned home. While she was alone in her abode, Indra went there in the form of her husband and outraged her modesty. In the mean-time, Gowtam returned home; and finding Indra in the abode he cursed him and Ahilya, saying that there would be one thousand ulcers on the body of the god and that his wife would be a shila and remain in that state for sixty thousand years ; but that as there was no fault on her part, she would be released from the curse, when Rama would touch her with his feet.

Ahilya accordingly became a shila and Indra a peacock with one thousand ulcers on his body. While the god in the form of a peacock was flying about in forests, the other gods prayed to Gowtam for him, who, having been pleased with them, restored Indra to his former state and turned all the ulcers on his body int eyes.

After the release of Ahilya from the curse, Vishwainitra proceeded on his journey with Rama and Lakshuman. Shatanand, a son of Ahilya and the priest of the king, Janak, also accompanied him. They all arrived at the city of Mathila and put up at a garden there. At the request of Rama Vfshwawitra related the story of the birth of Sita, a daughter of Janak, which is as follows:

To be continued....

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