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'A Hero, But-'

Jamadagni was naturally happy over his son's heroism. He was very happy at the return of Kamadhenu. But he wondered whether a Brahmin could afford to get so terribly angry.

He advised his son: 'Dear Parashurama, no doubt you are a great hero. Such valour should be the pride of anybody. But you should have kept your wrath under check. See now, you have killed so many people and the responsibility for that cruelty lies upon you. You should rid yourself of this sin. Go on a pilgrimage and visit holy places. Return to the ashram purified."

"As you order, father", said Parashurama and bowing to him left upon pilgrimage. He traveled for a year and returned to help his father in his chores.

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A Prayer Fulfilled
The Rishi's Prayer
From Palace To Hut
An Exchange
Valiant Grandson
The Surprised King
'I Demand This!'
Parashurama Acts
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The Sudarshana Chakra Story
'Kill Renuka!'
Again The Axe-man
His Wrath
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The Merciful
Parashurama And Sri Rama
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