Once upon a time, there was a King who had a daughter named Aanandinii. She was very simple, kind and helpful. She was very religious so used to spend maximum time in Pooja and used to do Dan Dharma. Her father was very tense with her behaviour as she didn’t have any quality of a Rajkumari but she used to behave like a Sanyasi.
Everyone knew about her nature. So a lot of needy people used to come to meet her. There used to be people standing in queues outside of her house. Her father didn’t like all this. So she used to stay away from the Rajmahal.
One day a Robber went to meet her in the form of Sadhu. He told her if she wants to meet God she should leave all the Moah Maaya and spend the rest of her life in the jungle. He told her to take all the jewellery in a bag and we will distribute it to the needy on the way. Rajkumari Aanandinii was very innocent, so she agreed and left with him.
As she stayed away from her father, there was no Pahredaar out of her house. So no one came to know about all this. When Rajkumari and Sadhu reached the jungle he made her sit under a tree and told her not to move from there until he came. He tied her to the tree and left with the jewellery bag.
The King noticed there is no activity happening for the past two to three days, so he sent his Pahredaar to check. As soon as he came to know that Rajkumari is not at home he sent all the Sainik in search of her in all directions. The Sainik found her tied to a tree in the jungle. They tried to open her but she said her Guruji has tied her and has instructed her not to move from here.
Sainik went to the King and informed him of everything. The King went to the jungle and tried talking to Rajkumari. But she was not ready to listen to anyone. Rajguru came to make her understand but she didn’t listen to Rajguru either. Indra Bhagwaan saw this and went to make Rajkumari understand but she didn’t listen. Brahma Ji came and spoke to Rajkumari however she didn’t listen. Shankar Bhagwaan came and spoke to Rajkumari but didn’t listen either.
Finally, Vishnu Bhagwaan saw all this that everyone tried making the Rajkumari understand however she is not ready to listen to anyone. So he came, however she didn’t listen to Vishnu Bhagwan either.
Vishnu Bhagwaan called Naarad Ji and told him to find out who did this with the Rajkumari. Naarad Ji found the Robber who bluffed the Rajkumari and brought him in front of everyone. Robber confessed in front of everyone that he knew about Rajkumari nature so he planned to rob her of jewellery. The robber removes the rope and says sorry to everyone. She stood up and touched the robber’s legs and said.
She says a shlok
” गुरू गोविन्द दोऊ खड़े, काके लागूं पांय।
बलिहारी गुरू अपने गोविन्द दियो मिलाए !! “
Guruji whoever you are but because of you, I was able to meet Govind Vishnu Bhagwaan, Indra Bhagwaan, Brahma Ji and Shankar Bhagwaan. I am very thankful to you.
Moral of the Story : We should adapt all the positive things and leave the negative things.
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