Legend say that horse in the form of sage Vyasa
tells the story of Rama to people.
Many of these stories, as contained, for instance, in the Tenth Canto of the Shrimad Bhagvatam of Vyasa
, are sexual in nature, but they are to be interpreted, as the Song of Songs, in a purely mystical way.
The latter poem emphasizes once more the collection's key note: the separated shores of a dividing, life-giving natural flow of liquid energy are crossed by a single, thus comparatively feeble, human creative effort, a birth or rebirth, "a bridge that seizes crossing": "But Homer knew it and Vyasa
too, black river / and bridge summon those whose stinging eyes / criss-cross red lights, metal implements, / battlefields: birth is always bloody.
According to a Hindu mythological legend, Arunachal Pradesh was the place where sage Parshuram washed away his sin, sage Vyasa
meditated, King Bhishmaka founded his kingdom and Lord Krishna married his consort Rukmini.
Earlier these imprecatory verses were composed in Sanskrit that could be traced to the ancient religious texts and often ascribed to sage Vyasa
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A number of relatively short treatises, attributed to famous sages such as Vyasa
This day is also held sacred to the memory of celebrated rishi Vyasa
, arranger of Vedas, and the compiler of Puranas and Mahabharata.
The horse in the form of sage Vyasa
tells the story of Rama to people during the Navratri celebrations," said Ajay Kumar Shukla, secretary, Ramlila Committee.
The cave where Vyasa
wrote the Mahabharata is here; and the Pandavas found the way to heaven from here although only Yudhishtra and a dog made it through.
The book begins with the birth of Vyasa
and then floats onto artful Govinda working a plan for the future.
Yogasutras of Patanjali, with the Bhasya of Vyasa
, Commented on by Vacaspatimisra and with the Commentary of Nagojibhatta.