Myth & Legends of India Duryodhana, Dhritarashtra’s eldest son by his wife Gandhari, and thus the leader of the Kauravas, has become consumed with hatred for the Pandavas, mainly because the people of Hastinapura are calling for Yudhishthira (eldest of the Pandavas) to be named as Dhritarashtra’s heir. Duryodhana persuades his father to send the … Continue reading Myths & Legends of India: The Lacquered Palace
Check out this seductive and lustful tale of Siva and Kama, from Legends & Myth's of India , to which helped save the world from disillusionment : The great god Siva is famed for his potency and for the length and intensity of his intercourse with his wife Parvati; but he is also the greatest … Continue reading Legends & Myth’s of India: Siva and Kama
The consequences of the destructive fire by Siva's anger, and the saving grace of Brahma's fire Mare, and the protection of a great Ocean... Myths & Legends of India The Mare of Fire Pp 83 – 85 According to most story-tellers, when Siva burnt Kama to ashes with a blast of fire from his third … Continue reading The Mare of Fire
Another tale from Myths & Legends of India: Kaikeyi and Manthara from Ramayana Info The Crookedness of Manthara Pages: 76 – 80 With the inheritance of his kingdom secure, and his four sons happily married, the aged King Dasaratha decided to step down from active rule and install his eldest son Rama as regent. There … Continue reading Myths & Legends of India: The Crookedness of Manthara
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There’s a fire deep within my soul, causing a burning sensation I just can not let go. What must this mean? I do not know. The feeling is coming from a depth within. Center of my chest where my heart lies feels light and hallow – but not in the disturbing numbing sense of repressed emotion – but in a sense as if I let something troubling go.
I walk a path less traveled, and along this path are dark shadows of neither certainty nor clarity. I wonder, as I pass these shadows, what they mean, what they are, and what their purpose is on my quest. Sometimes I look briefly at an unclear shadow, but it dissolves and wisps away in silent grace. Sometimes I hear a hissing whisper say “this is your destiny, I am your destiny, look at me!” but I do not turn my head…
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