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NARADA

Narada and the other Great Epics

Again it was Narada who popularized the story of Mahabharata. The Mahabharata that we know of today contains a hundred thousand shlokas, whereas the Mahabharata written by sage Vyasa contained three hundred thousand shlokas. Narada recited it before the devatas (gods). Thus Narada had a role to play in all the three great epics, namely the Mahabharata, the Ramayana, and the Bhagavata. They are also Bharat'sgreatest contribution to world literature.

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Narada -  A holy personage and celestial musician, engaged in aiding pious in times of challenge.
About Narada
Introduction
Narada's True Intention
"May You  Wander Like A Vagabond"
Story Of Earlier Birth
In The Hermitage Of Valmiki
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Desire For Marriage
The Naive Sages
Srimati's Choice
Narada The Guide
Dhruva
Chitraketu
Prahlada
Savitri
Punishing The Evil : kamsa
Mahabharata
Book-Learning Not Enough
Revered, Learned
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