A play showing the path to highest consciousness by Krishna Mishra Yati.
Read Prabodhachandrodaya here
Character and legend from the Ramcharitmanas.
Firstborn son of Satyaketu, king of Kaikaya, his younger brother’s name was Arimardan.
When Pratapbhanu was king, he ruled together with his brother. Their minister was Dharmaruchi.
Pratapbhanu subdued to all kings. One escaped into the woods and sought revenge.
Likewise did demon Kalaketu, whose family Pratapbhanu had wiped out.
King and demon teamed up.
When Pratapbhanu was chasing a boar (the demon), he got lost in the forest and came to the hermitage of a sage (the defeated king). The sage prepared a feast for him, attended by Brahmins. The cook was the demon, he mixed the meal with human flesh. When the brahmins found out about this, they cursed Pratapbhanu for being born as a demon. That demon was Ravana. Arimardan became Kumbhakarna.
According to the ‚classical‘ legend, Ravana and Kumbhakarna are Vishnu’s reborn gatekeepers.
Read about Pratapbhanu here
Pramada, the pleasure, Vana the forest – the pleasure garden at the court of the king.
Kingdom founded by Pururavas.
The Untouchable, who was willing to buy king Harishchandra.
The land (kshetra) of Purushottama, the land of the highest (uttama) Purusha.
It is the Jagannatha temple in Puri.
The Apsara, who, at Brahma’s request, gave birth to nine sons for Agnidhara within nine years and then returned to heaven.
Prayag/Sangam are confluences of rivers. The places are sacred and destinations of pilgrimage.
See also Panchprayag.
Krishna and Balarama fled to Pravarshana Mountain when Jarasandha pursued them. He started a fire around the mountain, but the brothers jumped down from the mountain unnoticed.
An old owl, connected with the story of Akupara.
Read the myth about Akupara here