The Story Of Mahabharata Creator Maharshi Vyasa

By on October 25, 2017

The Story Of Mahabharata Creator Maharshi Vyasa


Maharshi Vyasa had created Mahabharata and several Vedas. Today we will discuss some aspects of his life. Vyasa ji’s mother’s name was Satyavati. Satyavati was the daughter of fisherman Dusharaj. Once Satyavati meets the sage   Parashara at the time of day. Sage Parashara told Satyavati to take him to the other side of the Yamuna River. Satyavati’s father was busy in another work. Therefore Satyavati had to run the boat. After seeing the beauty of the Satyavati, Sage Parashara falls in love with her. And he urges Satyavati to build a relationship before marriage. But Satyavati denied by saying that you are a Brahmin, and she is the daughter of a slight fishing person. Doing this, her family will have to face humiliation in the society. But the sage Parashara was not ready to hear any other argument. On the other hand, Satyavati was afraid that the sage Parashara will curse her if she did not listen to him, that’s why she accepted his proposal. But Satyavati presents a condition in front of Parashara that no one should ever know about our relationship. And his son’s name should be taken in the great scholars of the world. Sage Parashara accepts all the terms of Satyavati. And then the life of Maharshi Vyasa started. After the birth of the son of Parashara and Satyavati, the sage Parashara goes away from there. And he promises Satyavati that he will never come back. With the blessings of the sage Muni, her son gets mature very soon. At that time he was known as the name of Krishna Dwaipayana. Later, he goes away from his home to do penance. Later on, Krishna became known as Veda Vyasa. Vyasa plays an important role in the Mahabharata due to Satyavati. Later Satyavati gets married to King Shantanu of Hastinapur. Shantanu and Satyavati had two sons (Chitrangada and Vichitravirya). Dhritarashtra and Pandu were the sons of Vichitravirya.

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