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Posted on:    03 Mar, 2018       Views:  659

Mythology is the best way to teach peoples in the world

Legends are the best ways to teach some Hindu mythology stories are full of long life characters, mysterious powers and a moral lesson. One such story is that King Yayati has to communicate the timeless message of discipline and self-restraint. It is one of the many Hindu mythological stories mentioned in Mahabharata. Guru Shukracharya was the chief priest of Asuras, he was very revered for the Ashoka tribe and he achieved a very high level because he could bring the deceased back because of his knowledge about the medicine, the daughter of Asur king Vishwerma, Sharmishtha and Shukacharya The daughter of Devyani was friends. However, Devyani was a bad child and was also proud of the effect of her father.

Mythology is the best way to teach peoples in the world

Once two friends, Devyani and Sharmishtha, went to a river to take a bath with some other girls. When they were bathing, strong wind blown up and the clothes were scattered here and there, before the rains started, Devyani used to dress in shame in the hurry to reach home and get home. Upon realizing that, due to his swellish nature, Devyani blew misbehavior in Sharmistha.

During the argument, Sharmishtha pushed Devyani to a dry and left side.

Fortunately, the King Yayati was passing through that well and when he came to the water, he was amazed to see a girl as beautiful as Devyani. He grabbed his hand and pulled it out. Once out, Devyani demanded marriage, because he had caught him with his own hand. Yayati refused politely

Due to the harassment and overwhelming response to Sharmistha, disappointed and shocked, Devyani Shukracharya returned and she narrated the whole story. He tricked the facts and narrated a story that showed him as a prey. Shukrachaya decided to leave Asura, until Sharmistha does not agree to life for Devyani's maid. For his tribe, Sharmishta agreed. Meanwhile, Devyani also told Shukracharya about Yayati. Aasur Guru happily valued his marriage. Soon after this, Devyani gave birth to two sons.

In the palace of Yayati, Sharmishtha was a very difficult time, because Devyani had not left any trace of humiliation, she abused her. One day Sharmishtha secretly got to meet him and told him what happened between him and Devyani. Yayati was kind. Sharmishtha requested marriage and marrying him as a second wife. Yayati agreed and married them without knowledge of God. Sharmishtha had three sons.

One day, Devyani discovered the secret of the yatri and went back to her father. Shukracharya became very angry and on becoming eligible for anger, Yayati lost his vitality and became very old.

Yayati, now an old man, quickly came back to his kingdom and told his eldest son, "My son, my old age and give me your youth." But all his sons rejected his request. Then the smallest, came Puru, he agreed and immediately got old. Yayati came out as a young man to enjoy his life. After some years, Yayati returned to his senses and then returned to the men of the men. He only gave Puru the same as his own dutiful son.

Mythology is the best way to teach peoples in the world

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