Loading...
Buddha Says... - Part 2

Buddha Says... - Part 2

  • Author: Compiled by Hiren Kavad

Once upon a time, a very long time ago, the four-footed animals made the lion their king. There was a gigantic fish that roamed the oceans, and the fish made him their king. The birds were attracted to beauty, so they chose the Golden swan as their king.King Golden swan had a beautiful golden daughter. While she was still young, he granted her one wish. She wished that, when she was old enough, she could pick her own husband. When his daughter was old enough, King Golden swan called all the birds living in the vast Himalayan Mountains of central Asia to a gathering. The purpose was to find a worthy husband for his golden daughter. Birds came from far away, even from high Tibet. There were geese, swans, eagles, sparrows, humming birds, cuckoos, owls and many other kinds of birds. The gathering was held on a high rock slab, in the beautiful green land of Nepal. King Golden swan told his lovely daughter to select whichever husband she wished.

see more +
Read Now

Similar Shows

Roz Sunday
19 Episodes

Roz Sunday

The story of Roz Sunday begins in Lord Vishnus court, as he sentences Raja Harishchandra to spend time on Earth to repent a crime. The punishment? - Enduring the burdens of an ordinary human-life. As the honorable Harishchandra searches for the ideal citizen to inhabit, he stumbles upon the unconscious body of Dilavar Singh who is being grieved for by his dear ones. But it is only when he inhabits Dilavars body, does Harishchandra realize that Dilavar is in fact, a much feared and dangerous Don in Mumbai. Begging Naarad for an exchange, Harishchandra is firmly denied on the grounds that this is now his destiny and he must make the best of the life he has chosen. Here begins the story of Roz Sunday where we see Harishchandra making a dishonorable mans life honorable again. As Harishchandra lives the life of a criminal, he learns the many truths about the human experience and values.

Related Podcasts