Asian Stories - AtoZ 2017

Friday, April 14, 2017

God Indra's Anger, #AtoZChallenge

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Sita’s RAMAYANA

Ravana, the ten-headed twenty-armed daemon attacked the Heavenly Palace housing the poets, musicians, singers, and dancers and where the golden Ganges began. The gods watched from their heavenly positions; the earthly gods came from their temples, and the demons watched from the underworlds. The creator of the worlds, God Brahma, in meditation to keep time alive stood; the protector of the worlds, God Vishnu, woke from his dream; the destroy of the worlds, God Shiva, stepped down from his meditation and watched.

Anger drove Indra. On his white three-headed elephant Airavata, he raced to God Brahma, who sat on the lotus flower waiting.

Blogging from A to Z April Challenge: #AtoZChallenge - 4-14-2017 - Letter L

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