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Lately I was asked if there was any archaeological evidence of Kuruksetra’s battle. After all, millions of people died, there were horses, elephants, war chariots, weapons and all. Even though more than 5,000 years have … Read More
The story of Puranjana is told in the Srimad-Bhagavatam, 4 Canto, beginning from Chapter 25. You can find it here: https://www.isvara.org/archive/king-prachinabarhi-the-story-of-puranjana-the-prachetas-2/ At the end of that allegorical tale, Narada Muni explains the philosophy behind it … Read More
Vijitashva became the emperor of the world, and he appointed his four younger brothers as governors of the different directions. At the time when Indra had invisibly stolen King Prithu’s sacrificial horse, Vijitashva had seen … Read More