MATSYA: The First Avatar
Lord Brahma is highly disturbed when the four vedas are stolen from him the moment he goes to sleep at the end of the kalpa. It’s Asura Hayagriva who’s gotten away with the sacred scriptures.
Lord Vishnu offers to go to the creator’s rescue and takes the guise of Matsya, the fish.
King Satyavrath lands up with a tiny gold fish when he’s offering prayers to the Sun God one morning. Is the fish all that it appears to be?
How can Satyavrath help the fish?
Read more to find out the reason for Lord Vishnu taking the avatar on earth as Matsya.
*This is a straightforward story of the first avatar of Mahavishnu, retold in simple English just the way it’s written over the ages. The target audience is the youngsters, children, who don’t know all that much about Indian mythology. It’s also for those parents who are keen to read aloud stories to their children and are looking for suitable books on mythology.
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About the author
Sundari Venkatraman is an indie author with more than 25 titles to her name, all bestsellers on Amazon. She has grown up on listening to stories from Indian Mythology—tales from the Ramayana, Mahabharata, stories about Ganesha, Karthikeya, Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma and more. Later, she went on to devour books in the genre, right from Rajaji’s works to Amar Chitra Katha comics that kept her fascinated through adolescence as well as adulthood.
Recently, the author decided to come up with narratives straight out of mythology, bringing the scenes of yore alive to young minds and even the older generation who continue to be enthralled by these tales. Sundari brings you stories from the Indian Heritage that is rich in its hues, told as is in simple English so that young minds have an opportunity to know more about our roots.
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