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NARADA

Narada the Guide

Narada was not the kind of rishi who would sit at a place and meditate. He always strove for human welfare. Since he was always chanting the name of God, one could say he was engaged in austerities even while he was moving about. He was busy enlightening the good, guiding the perplexed, giving solace to those in tribulation, offering advice to the ignorant, promoting godliness among the pious. He devised plans for protecting the righteous and punishing the wicked.

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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
Narada And The Other Great Epics
Desire For Marriage
The Naive Sages
Srimati's Choice
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Dhruva
Chitraketu
Prahlada
Savitri
Punishing The Evil : kamsa
Mahabharata
Book-Learning Not Enough
Revered, Learned
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