- To eat or not to eat
- Writes Jha in his book, “Animal sacrifices were very common, the most important of them being the famous asvamedha and rajasuya.
- An Epic Banquet
- When Yudhishthir performed the Rajasuya yajna, subdued kings came from four corners, bringing with them precious tributes, many included hampers of exotic food ingredients like saffron, honey and aromatic substances. Princes and chieftains were offered ...
- Harvesting the Air
- The Mahabharatha has a story of mongoose that arrives at Yudhistra's Rajasuya yajna, and narrates how it became golden during a famine. Chandragupta Maurya abdicated his throne and became an ascetic as he could not feed his people during a famine.
- MAUNI AMAVASYA
- On Mauni Amavasya, bathing in holy rivers give virtues that are obtained by performing hundred thousand Rajasuya Yagna. Its benefits are equal to Ashwamedha Yagya. The Amavasya and Purnima of Magh Masaare celebrated as a festival on this day.
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