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"Father, Lift Me in Your Arms"

One day little Dhruva was playing; he went to the palace. He was just five years old. The King was seated with Suruchi and Uttama on the throne studded with gems. The magnificent hall glittered with pearls and gems. Many things there delighted one's eyes - pure white cushions here and there, golden chairs decorated with silver figures and lovely figures carved on marble walls.

Dhruva entered the hall. He saw Uttama sitting on the lap of the father. He, too, wished to sit on his father's lap.Hestepped towards the throne.

Suruchi saw Dhruva approaching hisfather. Her wickedness stirred at once. Dhruva climbed the steps of the throne. Standing near his father, he said, "Father, I too want to sit on your lap; lift me in your arms."

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Dhruva - The Pole Star
About Dhruva
King Uttanapada
Dhruva Cannot Live In The Palace
Each A Comfort To The Other
You are Here! "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"
" 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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