paraśurāma in A Sentence

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    Subsequently, Paraśurāma annihilates the Kṣatriyas 21 times from the earth.

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    Paraśurāma's pretence of doubt is also over.

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    Paraśurāma places Jamadagni's torso in a boat filled with oil and asks Reṇukā to protect his father's body till he is back.

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    Remembering the words of his Guru, Paraśurāma comes in the assembly of Mithilā acting angry as a part of his final Līlā.

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    Paraśurāma enters the Āśrama of Jamadagni, which is described in 21 verses 4.61-4.81.

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    Paraśurāma returns victorious with Kāmadhenu to his Āśrama and is welcomed by everybody.

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    After killing 12,000 kings, Paraśurāma creates five huge lakes of blood in Kurukṣetra.

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    When Paraśurāma reaches Kailāsa, he meets Śiva's son Gaṇeśa at the entrance.

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    Paraśurāma regales in the meditation of Rāma's child form on Mahendra mountain, singing his glory in 16 verses 11.84-11.99.

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    When Reṇukā sees Paraśurāma, she beats her chest 21 times saying how could the Haihaya kings kill her husband with Paraśurāma still alive?

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    Paraśurāma thus satisfies his father and also brings back his mother to life.

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    Paraśurāma sees this in his Samādhi on Mahendra mountain and then leaves for Mithilā, wishing to have a sight of the young Sītā.

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    Paraśurāma is further infuriated and tries to force his way inside, but the elephant-headed Gaṇeśa throws him back using his trunk.

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    Rāma slays Rāvaṇa for abducting Sītā, returns to the throne of Ayodhyā with Sugrīva and Hanumān, and is again bowed to by Paraśurāma.

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    Sahasrārjuna comes to the Āśrama of Jamadagni when Paraśurāma is away.

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    Paraśurāma asks for the resurrection of all four as the first wish, and their loss of memory about their killing as the second one.

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    Pārvatī arrives and chides Paraśurāma for breaking the tusk of the son of his guru.

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    Śiva permits Paraśurāma to leave in order to returns to his parents' home.

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    When Paraśurāma is leaving, Śiva requests the Rāma Avatāra to forgive him if he disrespected him in any way while instructing him as a guru.

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    Finally Śiva says that Paraśurāma will be among the seven seers(Saptarṣi) in the eighth Manvantara of Sāvarṇi Manu, just like his father Jamadagni is one in the seventh Manvantara of Vaivasvata Manu.

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    Paraśurāma tells Janaka that he will arrive again in Mithilā, pretending to be angry, so that he can have an excuse of seeing both Sītā and Rāma.

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    Bhārgava refers to Paraśurāma, as he incarnated in the family of the sage Bhṛgu, while Rāghava refers to Rāma as he incarnated in the royal dynasty of king Raghu.

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    The poet says that he composed the work as he intended to sing of both the Rāmas- Paraśurāma and Rāma, with the former being the Avatāra, the follower and the Brāhmaṇa and the latter being the Avatārin( source of the Avatār), the leader and the Kṣatriya.

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    The first nine cantos describe the incarnation of Paraśurāma, his learning from the god Śiva on mount Kailāsa, the execution of his father's command to kill his mother and three brothers and their subsequent resurrection, his battle with the thousand-armed king Sahasrārjuna, the extermination of Kṣatriya("warrior") race 21 times from the earth by him, and his confrontation with Śiva's son and the god of wisdom, Gaṇeśa.

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    Paraśurāma beheads his mother and three brothers.

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    Just then, a doorkeeper announces the arrival of Paraśurāma in Mithilā.

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    Paraśurāma further predicts that Rāma, the descendant of Raghu, will break the bow.

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    A fierce battle between Paraśurāma and Sahasrārjuna follows in which the two use divine arrows.

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    Paraśurāma feigns ignorance and asks Janaka to show him the offender who broke the bow of his Guru.

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    Paraśurāma tries to injure Gaṇeśa by throwing his axe at him, which breaks the left tusk of Gaṇeśa.

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