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Rati united with Kamdev (Pradyumnna)-Shri Krishna-Ch. 31

BY Mr Shiv Sagar February 11,2017
Rati united with Kamdev (Pradyumnna)-Shri Krishna-Ch. 31

On Bhanamati’s summoning, the God of medicine, Ashvinikumar, manifested and provided the necessary chemicals required to make Pradyumna a youth. Here this process was going on, and on the other hand in the priest’s ashram, Sambarasur killed his faithful servant Bhavad in anger.

His severed head fell into the fire basin of sacrifice and interrupted the pooja. Failing to make Sambarasur immortal, his guru (priest) incinerated himself out of sorrow. Sambarasur then charged the illusive demon Vikatasur with the killing of Pradyumna. Vikatasur created Achambhasur from the yagya (sacrifice given to fire) and sent him in search of Pradyumna.

"Sambarasur killed his faithful servant Bhavad in anger. His severed head fell into the fire basin of sacrifice and interrupted the pooja. Failing to make Sambarasur immortal, his guru (priest) incinerated himself out of sorrow."

Pradyumna took the blessings of Bhanamati and the deities after growing into a youth. Rati was very happy as her husband had now got a physical body. She was anxious to meet Kamdev/ Pradyumna. She took Kamdev and flew away in the sky. Shri Krishna manifested and explained, “Duty is far more important than love. Pradyumna has to annihilate Sambarasur; after that two of you will unite.” Rati agreed and liberated Kamdev/ Pradyumna.

"She was anxious to meet Kamdev/ Pradyumna. She took Kamdev and flew away in the sky. Shri Krishna manifested and explained, “Duty is far more important than love. Pradyumna has to annihilate Sambarasur; after that two of you will unite.”

Bhanamati warned him against the demon Achambasur. Achambasur then came to kill Pradyummna. A fierce battle was fought between the two of them. Achambasur died and then Vikatasur himself came and fought an illusive war with him. Pradyumna had also learnt the illusive tricks from the deities and also learnt from Bhanamati the art of nullifying the effects of illusive tricks. 

With his skill, he destroyed Vikatasur’s illusive tricks and in the end killed Vikatasur. The demon prince Singhketu and Ketumali and also Sambarasur were very angry and sad on the death of those two. Atlast, Pradyumna decided that for the decisive war he must show his power and must challenge Sambarasur directly. Thinking this, he went to Sambarasur’s court and demonstrated his illusive tricks.

"Achambasur died and then Vikatasur himself came and fought an illusive war with him. Pradyumna had also learnt the illusive tricks from the deities and also learnt from Bhanamati the art of nullifying the effects of illusive tricks.  With his skill, he destroyed Vikatasur’s illusive tricks and in the end killed Vikatasur."


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