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Volume - VII
Preface Prayer
Satyakama the truthful Nachiket's The Courageous
Uma the golden goddess Birth Of Raghu
Vritra Karna
Vidura Marcus Aurelius
St.Paul Vidyaranya
Sri Rama Krishna Vivekananda
Samskaras Purusharthas
Major Sections
Culture Course
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VRITRA

INDRA is the King of the Devas and Brihaspati is his Acharya or preceptor.

One day, when Brihaspati came to his court, Indra did not rise from his seat to receive him.

Brihaspati became angry at this discour- tesy and walked away from Indra’s court.

From that day, the power of the Devas started declining and their enemies, the Asuras became powerful. Indra was alarmed.

He wanted to fall at the feet of Brihaspati and beg his pardon.But Brihaspati became invisible and Indra could not trace him.

The Devas went to Brahma and asked his advice.

Brahma said: "Take another Acharya. Twashta’s son, Viswarupa, is a very learned man. Request him to become your preceptor."

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