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Volume - IV
Preface Prayer
The Golden Deer The Pandavas And Durvasa
Markandeya Arundhati
Sukanya Savitri
Socrates Confucius
Vikramaditya Prayag
Godavari Kaveri
Ayodhya Somanath
The Kumbhamela Uposatha
Manuna- ekadasi The Pious Cat
The Snake And The Farmer The Hare And The Elephant
Shivaji
Major Sections
Culture Course
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Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

AYODHYA

Like the seven holy rivers, there are also the seven sacred cities of India. They are Ayodhya, Mathura, Haridwar, Kasi, Kanchi, Ujjain and Dwaraka. You have read about some of them. You will now learn about Ayodhya.

Today Ayodhya is a small town near Fyza -bad in northern India. In ancient times, it was a great city. It was the capital of Kosa -ladesa. Many great kings ruled in this part, of the country.

Manu was its first king. It was he who built this city.

The word Ayodhya means invincible no one can fight against the city and win.

Ikshvaku, Mandhata, Harischandra, Dasha -ratha and Sri Rama were some of its rulers.

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