In the 11th century i.e. in the post-Mahmud Ghazni era, the most powerful Hindu Kingdom in North India was that of the Gahadwala’s or Rathod’s who were a Rajput clan. The founder of the Gahadwala line was Jai chand.In Jaichand’s days, a rival Rajput clan had established itself in Delhi (Pithoragarh). The ruler there was Prithviraj Chouhan. Pritviraj was a romantic, chivalrous and an extremely fearless person.The story of Prithviraj’s bold exploits spread far and wide in the country and he was the center of much discussion in the circle of the nobility. Sanyogita, the daughter of Jaichandra Gahadwala fell secretly in love with Prithviraj and she started a secret poetic correspondence with him. Her father the haughty Jaichandra got wind of this So that he arranged a Swayamwara. Jaichandra invited all the big and small princes of the country to Kannauj for the royal Swayamwara. But he deliberately ignored Prithviraj. To add insult to injury, he even made a statue of Prithiviraj and kept him as a dwarpala .On that day, Sanyogita walked down the aisle where the royals had assembled and bypassed all of them only to reach the door where the statue of Prathviraj was established and garland the statue as a doorman. When sayongita came near to the statue, Prithviraj who was hiding behind the statue, also in the garb of a doorman, whisked Sanyogita away and put her up on his steed to make a fast getaway to his capital at Delhi. Then Jaichand decided to take revenge. For this he met with the another ruler Mahmud Ghori who was from Ghori in Afghanistan, they were attack on Delhi but he was defeated many times by Prithviraj, so Jaichand decided to help him by his own army and then Ghori who re-attacked Prithviraj with a stronger army and defeated him. As a prisoner in Ghor he was presented before Mahmud, where he looked Ghori straight into the eye Then Ghori ordered to the prisoner that Prithviraj’s eyes be burnt with red hot iron rods. This heinous deed being done.In those days Prithviraj was joined by his former biographer Chand Bardai, who had composed a ballad-biography on Prithviraj in the name of Prithviraj Raso. Chand Bardai told Prithviraj, that he should avenge Ghori’s betrayal and daily insults.
The two got an opportunity when Ghori announced a game of Archery. On the advice of Chand Bardai, Prithviraj, who was then at court said he would also like to participate. On hearing his suggestion, the courtiers guffawed at him and he was taunted by Ghori as to how he could participate when he could not see whereupon, Prithiviraj told Mahmud Ghori to order him to shoot, and he would reach his target.On the said day, Ghori sitting in his royal enclosure had Prithiviraj brought to the ground and had he unchained for the event. On Ghori’s ordering Prithiviraj to shoot, we are told Prithiviraj turned in the direction from where he heard Ghori speak and struck Ghori dead with his arrow. This event is described by Chand Bardai in the couplet,
“Char bans, chaubis gaj, angul ashta praman, Taa Upar Sultan hai. Ab mat chuko Chouhan.”
(Ten measures ahead of you and twenty four feet away, is seated the Sultan, do not miss him now, Chouhan).
Thus in the end of the story Prithviraj showed his braveness and courage in front of us and then he became a extreme fearless or brave king of India.
||Om Surya Devam Namaste Stu Grihaanam Karoona Karam
Arghyam Ch Falam Sanyukta Gandh Maalyaakshatai Yutam ||
Surya Dev or the Sun God is the highly revering deity in Hindu mythology. Being the head of all the nine planets, Surya dev has immense strength and he controls the life on earth. Blessed with heavenly powers he is portrayed as riding the chariot which is driven by 7 horses or 1 horse with 7 heads. The number seven defines the seven majestic colors of the rainbow, the seven seasons and also the seven chakras of the human body.
Surya is widely worshipped by devotees, including the asuras or demons. Surya Devta is adored by the Saura sect, which worships him as one of the five main Gods. Yatudhanas, group of demons, were also the deep followers of Surya. Even the Greeks and Romans have special mention of Sun God in their ancient mythology.
Significance of adoring Sun God:
Sun is considered as the significator of health, profession and father in the Vedic Astrology. The light energy of the Sun is a natural remedy for the body ailments and boosts us with energy and positivity. Vitamin D from the Sun is a healthy source for stronger immune system and bones. While offering water to the Sun God in early morning hours, the sunlight gets refracted and reflected due to the thin layer of water which leads to the production of 7 forms of light that get absorbed by our body. Since our body has large surface area, the rays are absorbed through it, maximum by the chest.
The Sun is the symbol of the Self-god. As the Self-god illuminates the mind, the intellect and the body, the Sun illuminates the world. Being the highest symbol of enlightenment the Surya devta bestows the devotee with knowledge and illuminates the dark lives of his devotees.
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