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God Stories

Updated: May 3

God Stories

Read the magical stories of Indian gods and goddesses from the Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Vedas, and Upanishads! This blog post brings beloved gods like Bhagwan Krishna and Hanuman to life, sharing their adventures and lessons.


 Get ready for a fun and enlightening journey into these timeless stories!


 

   Krishna & the fruit seller


krishna & the fruit seller

Little Krishna loved sweet fruits very much. One day, a fruit seller named Sukhiya came to Gokul. She asked Krishna for some wheat grains in exchange for sweet fruits. Did Krishna bring the grains? Did he get the fruits? Let's see what happens next in this lovely tale from Bhagavad Purana. 



 

Why did Hanuman Ji tear his chest?


why did hanuman ji tear his chest

After Lord Rama's victory over Ravana, something interesting happened in Ayodhya. Sita Mata gave gifts to everyone. Even Hanumanji received a gift. What did Hanumanji do with that gift, and how did he demonstrate his devotion and love for Lord Rama? Let's see in this heartwarming tale from Ramayana.



 


 

 How did lord Hanuman cross the sea?


how did lord hanuman cross the sea

When Hanumanji and his friends set out to find Sita Mata, they encountered a vast ocean blocking their path. Crossing it seemed impossible. Jamvantji reminded Hanumanji of his forgotten powers. Let's relive this story from Ramayana to see the miracles Hanumanji showed with his powers.



 
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Story of Dhruva


story of dhruva

This is the story from Bhagavatam Purana of a brave boy named Dhruva. Why did Dhruva go to the jungle to worship God? How did he become the brightest star in the sky? Read this story to find the answers to these questions.




 

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Story of Prahlad


story of prahlad

This is the story of immense courage and devotion from Bhagavatam Purana. Hiranyakashyap's son Prahlad was a devoted follower of Lord Vishnu, which angered Hiranyakashyap as he saw himself as a god. He tried to punish Prahlad severely, but Lord Vishnu always saved him. Finally, Lord Vishnu took the form of Narasimha and defeated Hiranyakashyap. Read the full story to learn more about Prahlad.




 

God is happy with very little


god is happy with very little

During the Pandavas' exile in the forest, a sage named Durvasa came to their home for a meal. However, there was no food left. Let's see how Lord Krishna helped them out of this problem, in this story from the Mahabharata.






 
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