- Fated to Fail - The Sarpa Satra
- This was the sacrifice initiated by Janamejaya to avenge his father's death, who had been bitten to death by Takshaka. The sacrifice was to ensure the destruction of all snakes. The sacrifice started, but did not culminate.
- Asaram has been 'framed' in false case; will seek bail for him: Subramanian Swami
- Vyâsa said to Janamejaya:-- O king! Be he Indra, Brihaspatî, Brahmâ, Visnu or Mahes'a, whoever is embodied or will put on bodies, he will have to be in touch with the previously mentioned Ahamkâra, and covetousness and other vices due to name and form.
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