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PARASHURAMA

The Merciful

Though bloody, Parashurama's rebellion contains many instances of his submission to 'Dharma'.

He did not kill those kings who performed religious sacrifices ('yajnas') and kings like Janaka were thus saved; he did not kill married princes, and thus king Dasharatha and others were spared. He did not attack women. In fact, it I said that upon knowing that Parashurama would not harm women, some Kshatriya princes donned the robes of women and escaped amidst female groups. One such person came to be known a 'Nari-kavacha' (one who sought protection amidst women.)

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Parashurama - The Epic Hero With an Axe ! God of Death to the Evil and Arrogant.
About Parashurama
Introduction
A Prayer Fulfilled
The Rishi's Prayer
From Palace To Hut
An Exchange
Valiant Grandson
Kartaveeyarjuna
The Surprised King
'I Demand This!'
Parashurama Acts
'A Hero, But-'
The Sudarshana Chakra Story
'Kill Renuka!'
Revived
Vengeance
Again The Axe-man
His Wrath
Generosity, Altruism
You are Here! The Merciful
Parashurama And Sri Rama
In The Mahabharata
But Amba?
Karna
Karna's Misfortune
Exalted Personality
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