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At the Feet of The Mother

The Story of Savitri and Satyavan (TH 251)

The story of Savitri and Satyavan is an ancient Puranic legend narrated in the Mahabharata when Yudhisthira and his brothers along with their wife Draupadi are banished into the forest following a game of dice. The game of dice represents an adverse Fate. Can this fate be conquered? Can we overturn the scroll of destiny and rewrite our fate? These are the questions that this wonderful legend answers. As we know Sri Aurobindo’s Master touch has uplifted this short legend into a cosmic epic poem of rhythmic beauty and divine truths. Here we deal with the story as such and its inner significance.

 

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