Hari Darshan (1953)
(Certified: Sep 14, 1953)
This is a stroy of utter faith in God and unshakeable devoiton which is pre-Mahabharat and Ramayan age. Hiranyakashyap was a mighty ruler. He penanced for a long time to win the good wishes of Shiva, getting that he intended to win over the God even. His wife and son happened to be just opposite to his nature, they were devotees of God and had unshakeable faith in his suprimacy. After getting Victory over death Hiranyakashyap became mad of his power and became strangely unbearable even to his rights and lefts. He declared himslef as GOD and ordered that in his kingdom no other God shall be worshiped. He rather declared a war against God and his might. Worshiping God was declared illegal and severe punishments were given to devotees. Then hidden sparks of the supreme Power began to act. God never lets his devotee down and for that Hiranyakashyaps own son was destined to cause the end of the mad-power. The Boy-Prince stood equally strong in godly-sentiment and challanged his father. He left the palace, got arrested, boiled in boiling oil, put before hungry Lion, thrown down the lofty hill into the sea but he smilingly faced all and always got miraculous escape which was a strong reply ot his fathers mad-power. People got infused with strength of decotion, began to revolt, and rushed to side the Prince. The actions and reactions of Rajguru, the Prince and the Queen gave a pushing power to the people to oppose the ruler. And so this is the story of a great devotee of God wellknown as Bhakta Pralhad.