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  • Paramananda

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    Publisher: Swathi Book House

    Pages: 32
    Language: English
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On the next day, Paramananda was suffering from body sprains. He was completely tired due to a long journey. Sundaramma was also in the same condition. As a result she could not attend the works of her husband. So, Paramananda called his disciples, expressed his condition and asked them to massage his legs and muscles. In the next moment each, one of them settled at a part of his body and began to serve him. After some time Paramananda went into sound sleep.

In the meanwhile, there appeared a quarrel between the two persons, who were attending his legs. One of them said, “My leg is better than your leg”. The second disciple did not agree with the first one. He said, “My leg is better than your leg”. The quarrel had reached to its peak. Finally, one of them said, “I will amputate your leg”. The other disciple brought a knife and was ready to cut the leg. At this juncture, Paramananda woke up and said, “You are quarrelling with each other. What happened to both of you? What is the matter?” The disciples narrated the entire story. Then Paramananda tried to stand up. But the disciples could not give him a chance to do so. They said, “Sir, these two fellows always quarrel with each other. Don’t interfere in that, Let them amputate their legs. You please see what will happen”.

In the meantime the two disciples lifted their knives and were ready to amputate the master’s legs. The master was frightened and called his wife loudly.

Sundaramma rushed to the place on hearing his cries. She came to know about the amputation. Immediately she took a stick and beat the disciples like anything. She did not give food to them for that day.

On the next day, Paramananda was sorry to see the miserable condition of his disciples. Paramananda called them back. Sundaramma served them food on her husband’s orders.

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