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Parashurama did not hesitate even for a moment. Readily he raised his axe, chopped off his mother's head and later killed his brothers. As he bowed before his father in reverence, the latter's anger subsided. However, five persons had been killed.

Jamadagni said: "My son, your devotion to your father has pleased me. Tell me what is your desire and I shall fulfil it.'"

Parashurama replied: "O father, nothing satisfies me more than fulfilling your desire. If you want to grant me a boon,

kindly oblige by making my mother and brothers come back to life. Please forgive their disobedience."

"As you wish," agreed Jamadagni.

The dead rose to life and prostrated before the sage. The ashram's rituals were resumed unhindered. Thus Parashurama saved his mother and brothers.

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About Parashurama
A Prayer Fulfilled
The Rishi's Prayer
From Palace To Hut
An Exchange
Valiant Grandson
The Surprised King
'I Demand This!'
Parashurama Acts
'A Hero, But-'
The Sudarshana Chakra Story
'Kill Renuka!'
You are Here! Revived
Again The Axe-man
His Wrath
Generosity, Altruism
The Merciful
Parashurama And Sri Rama
In The Mahabharata
But Amba?
Karna's Misfortune
Exalted Personality
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