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Stories of devotion

Updated: Apr 18

stories of devotion

Explore captivating tales of bravery and heroism from Indian history, perfect for young minds. Learn about iconic figures like Prahlad, Svetaketu, Dhruva, Nachiketa and Satyakam and discover timeless lessons in courage and kindness. Join us on an educational journey through the past and inspire the next generation of heroes!


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.


Story of Svetaketu

story of svetaketu

When  Svetaketu, whose story comes in Chhandogya Upanishad became too proud of his knowledge, his father gave him wisdom that humbled him and made him realize that God is the greatest truth. He understood that nothing in the world exists without God. Let's find out through this story how father helped Svetaketu understand the truth.


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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.


Story of Nachiketa

story of nachiketa

This is the story from Kathopanishad of a five-year-old boy named Nachiketa who obeyed his father and went to Yama, the god of death. Impressed by Nachiketa's determination, Yama granted him three wishes. For his third wish, Nachiketa asked Yama about the secret of life. If you want to know Yama's answer to Nachiketa's question, read this inspiring story filled with Nachiketa's courage.


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Story of Satykam

story of satykam

Satyakam was a boy who was never afraid to speak the truth. Impressed by his fearlessness, Sage Gautama made him his disciple and gave him the knowledge of God.

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