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Illusionary tricks of Pardyumna - Shri Krishna - Ch. 32

BY Mr Shiv Sagar February 11,2017
Illusionary tricks of Pardyumna - Shri Krishna - Ch. 32

Pradyumna came to Sambarasur’s court, and with his illusionary tricks he created fear in the minds of the Sambarasur’s soldiers, and while giving his introduction challenged Sambarasur. He said that when he would return, he would tear apart Sambarasur’s ego and also destroy his pillar of victory. Sambarasur appointed his sons to surround the victory pillar in order to protect it. Rukmani and Krishna were proud of Pradyumna’s valour and self-confidence.

In spite of all its strong protection, Pradyummna attacked the victory pillar and destroyed it. A battle was fought between Sinhketu (who was guarding the pillar) and Pradyumna, and Pradyumna ended by killing Sinhketu. With this victory, Bhanamati blessed Pradyumna.

"In spite of all its strong protection, Pradyummna attacked the victory pillar and destroyed it. A battle was fought between Sinhketu (who was guarding the pillar) and Pradyumna, and Pradyumna ended by killing Sinhketu."

After this incident, frightened and angry Sambarasur saw a beautiful woman of death in his dreams one night. He saw that he was married to the woman of death and the woman came along with his dead body. Sambarasur started screaming with fear and woke up.

He then realized that it was a dream and began to think that he was immortal and no one could kill him. Sambarasur was very upset because of the death of his son Sinhketu and just as he was leaving to kill Pradyumna, Prince Kumbhketu stopped him and took the responsibility of killing Pradyumna. Kumbhketu’s wife, who with severe religious austerity had obtained a boon that her husband would remain immortal, created armour for him.

"Prince Kumbhketu stopped him and took the responsibility of killing Pradyumna. Kumbhketu’s wife, who with severe religious austerity had obtained a boon that her husband would remain immortal, created armour for him."

A fierce battle was fought between Pradyumna and Kumbhketu. Kumbhketu used his illusionary tricks and made Pradyumna senseless. With the help of the demiGods Yaksha and Naagdev, Bhanamati got Pradyumna back to his senses, and Pradyumna left for war again.

An illusive war was fought between Pradyumna and Kumbhketu. Kumbhketu’s wife Kamini created Kritaya with her illusive tricks, planning to send her to kill Pradyumna. Pradyumna with his tricks created a duplicate Sambarasur and interrupted Kamini’s yagya. In the end, Pradyumna killed Kumbhketu. At this, Sambarasur’s wife Mayawati lamented. Sambarasur now vowed to kill Pradyumna who was responsible for the death of his sons.

Bhanamati warned Pradyumna that Sambarasur had an unfailing weapon given him by Ma Parvati, which could be negated only by her, therefore they needed to worship Ma Parvati. So Pradyumna and Bhanamati started praying to Goddess Parvati.

"In the end, Pradyumna killed Kumbhketu. At this, Sambarasur’s wife Mayawati lamented. Sambarasur now vowed to kill Pradyumna who was responsible for the death of his sons."


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