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- Similarly, there is the story of Sudasa, who loved to eat, and one day, accidentally ate the meat of a human and became a cannibal until he was killed, or cured, by a Jain hero, or Buddhist sage.
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- Sudasa doesn't want to be a wife though, and Kiran, a boy forced to compete to become her husband, has ulterior motives as well. However, as the tests progress, Sudasa and Kiran slowly realize that they just might want the same thing.
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- Sudasa, though, doesn't want to be a wife, and Kiran, a boy forced to compete in the test to become her husband, has other plans as well.
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- (4) In the rig the war between Su-Dasa alone(from Local Indian side i.e. eastern part of saraswatee river-son of Diva-Dasa) against 10+ other so called tall and fair Kings from western side of Saraswatee River was faught.
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- Speaking on the occasion, Banker said that the book was based on a portion of the Rig Veda, besides dealing with the life of Sudasa and his clan. He said, “The Indian mythology has an amazing collection of stories that have inspired people over the ...
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