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"I Did Wrong"

After parting from Dhruva, the sage Narada went to the palace of Uttanapada. When Suruchi insulted Dhruva, the King was afraid of her and so he kept silent. But he could not forget the boy's sorrow and tears. He sent his servants to Suniti's house to bring Dhruva. They returned with the news that the boy had gone to the forest to see God.Grief flooded the King's heart.

When Narada arrived, Uttanapada was full of repentance for his inaction. Every one was cursing Suruchi. Suruchi, who was once so arrogant, was now ashamed to show her face and crouched in a corner. Having lost her son, Suniti had given up food and had become weak.

The great sage Narada arrived at the court of Uttanapada. The King received him with all honor. He offered him a seat of honour. Narada said, "Great King, your face shows deep misery. What is the reason?"
"'Venerable sage," replied the King, "unfortunately 1. Did wrong. Because of my love for Suruchi, I drove away my sweet, child with his mother. Dhruva was happy with his mother. I insulted him and sent him to the forest. So I have become a sinner." And the King broke down with grief.

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Dhruva - The Pole Star
About Dhruva
Introduction
King Uttanapada
Dhruva Cannot Live In The Palace
Each A Comfort To The Other
"Father, Lift Me In Your Arms"
" Are You Worthy...?"
Back To The Mother
"All  Is God's Will"
"How Can I See God?"
"Let Me Go To The Forest And See God"
"Not So Easy, My Child"
"I Shall Surely See God"
In The Forest
"Revered Sir, Guide Me"
"Now Go Back"
Initiation
You are Here! " I Did Wrong"
Good "Will Result From All This"
"Dhruva ! Arise!"
"Enough If I Am Your Devotee"
Back To The Palace
Dhruva The Emperor
The City Of The Yakshas In Ruins
"Grant Only This-"
The Polar Star

 

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