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THE DURVASA EPISODE. Vyasa hastened to explain Durvasa's queer laughter. “Durvasa, however, accepted the prayer of.
Kunti's Prayer to the River (Based on an incident from the
Durvasa: a respected, powerful sage; feared for his temper. Bala: a servant girl Kunti takes out a fan from the basket and starts fanning Durvasa.
Shakthi Mahimna Stotram (The prayer of the greatness of Shakthi
(Sage Durvasa was the son of Sage Athri and his wife Anasooya. His brothers are later to her was the very short tempered saint “Durvasa”.
Thiruvithukodu BY P.R.Ramachander This is one of the Vaishnavite
04 panchakanya pg 21-25
Kunti's relationship with Durvasa does not appear to Vyasa, she tells him that despite Durvasa's conduct to test whether Durvasa's boon really works.

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Moods of Kunti
These thematic verses describe how Kunthi, an unwed girl, experimented with a boon she earns from sage Durvasa to give birth to a child as and when she desires. The story of Kunti is a challenge for any artiste to interpret in a dance form.

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Durvasa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Hindu mythology, Durvasa or Durvasas, was an ancient sage, the son of Atri and Anasuya. He is supposed to be an incarnation of Shiva.
Rishi Durvasa
Rishi Durvasa is known for his terrible temper through which he would give curses upon the offender. Rishis are great sages.
101 Tales of Wisdom - Ambarish and Durvasa
Durvasa and his disciples went to the river. There is a saying, ''Buffaloes, Brahmins and spinnach, have only to see water to be delighted!
Radha, Krishna and Durvasa (story by Raja Rao - The Advaith
Nov 2, 2005 Then Krishna went into the deep chambers and said to Radha, "Radha, Durvasa the great Sage is come, my dear. We must feed him".
Durvasa « Ancient Indians – Satya Samhita
Feb 5, 2009 Durvasa Maharshi is famed above all for his short temper and his inclination to pronounce a curse on anyone who annoyed him.

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