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History of the ancestral tradition

Like the Sun dynasty Ikshvaku, the Chandravanshi Pururava established another dynasty. It begins with Ila, the daughter of Manu. This dynasty which gave birth to Pururava is called Chandravansh and its ruler Chandravanshi. Age's son was Yayati, son of Nahusha. Yayati's name first comes in the tradition of emperors. Yayati was a great conqueror, mighty and fiery man. He gave birth to five sons, Yadu, Turvasu, Druhya, Anu and Puru Yayati entrusted Rajasinhasran to his youngest son Puru. He kept his elder son Yadu away from the throne.

History of ancestral tradition
History of ancestral tradition
Why Yayati did this, a very entertaining description is available in the mythological observations. It is said that his youngest son Puru Yayati was most loved. Because he obeyed most of all. When Yayati was not satisfied with the enjoyment of carnal pleasures and the old age gripped her, she in turn asked her sons for their youth in exchange for their old age. His first four sons did not accept the father's offer. When asked, he accepted his father's old age and handed him his youth. This should be called an example of darkness. It was said to show the son's devotion to his father. is. The truth was that Yayati considered his youngest son more worthy and obedient. That is why they selected him for responsibility. They allowed him to bear his authority entrusted to the throne. It was this Puru who exposed the ancestral tradition in Indian history.

Puru was born in a generation. Apatireth gave birth to two sons named Kanva and Aileen. Meghatithi was born of Kanva, whose children became Kanvayan Brahmins. Aileen gave birth to four sons, Dushyanta etc. In the Purvansha, who raised the fame of the family by four moons, he became King Dushyant after the second majestic king Apatireth. These men were later of the fourteenth generation.

Dushyanta is the great Emperor of the Purvansha Maharaja once went to the forests for Mrigaya and went to the ashram of the sage Kanva. Rishi was not in his ashram at that time. In the absence of the sage, he met the sage-letter Shakuntala. This union of the two resulted in love, and marriage. It was a Gandharva marriage. After marriage, Dushyant returned to his capital by giving his fingerprint to Shakuntala as a token. After Dushyant's return, Shakuntala was sitting in his meditation while Durvasa Rishi came to the ashram at the same time. He wanted to talk to Shakuntala, but Shakuntala could not answer the sage's talk due to her husband's attention. The sage got angry with this behavior and cursed Shakuntala that he would forget her in whose attention she was sitting. When Kanva returned from the sage forest to the ashram and he got the news of Gandharva-marriage, he thought it appropriate to send her to her husband's house and arranged to go to him immediately. The sage sent two with Munikumar Shakuntala. When Shakuntala reached her husband's house, Dushyant had forgotten her due to sage-curse. She did not accept him because the fish she had given to Shakuntala ate the fish.

Munikumar left Shakuntala. Shakuntala was in pregnancy at that time. At the end of time Shakuntala gave birth to a son, who was Bharata. The boy was naturally an arrow and used to play with the lion's children during childhood. At the same time, Dushyant was given a ring by a fisherman from the belly of the fish, so he remembered Shakuntala. Dushyant realized his mistake and gave due respect to Shakuntala and his son with due respect. Prior to Dushyant, the Paurava establishments had lost the kingdom. The victories of Suryavanshi King Sagara re-established the glory of Suryavansh. With this, the prestige of Haihay, talanghaya kings was diluted. Sagar performed the Ashwamedha Yagna by his sons
Had hoisted the victory mark all over India.

After Dushyant, his son Bharata became the eminent Chakravarti emperor. Bharata's state and administrative system was compatible with Vedic traditions and ideals. Every system of his was scripted. Many genres and arts developed during the reign of Bharata. Gurukuls were established for the prosperity of those genres and arts. Many scholars have studied deeply for the development of their experiences.

The culture that flourished during the rule of Bharat, has been called the Indian culture and it has been called by the same name, it was the culture which addressed this country as Bharat and the culture was called Indian culture. Under this Vedic civilization and culture many streams were formed and separate governance systems. Yet they had a collective Indian culture. This kingdom lasted for centuries and the monarchy tradition was administratively followed here before Maharaja Bharata, who had many influential, powerful rulers, but Bharata changed it completely and selected his successor Vrihaspati Jupiter descendant Bhardwaja. He set a great idol on his pedestal. Bharata gave a system of democratic form by not maintaining the lineage tradition. This is a unique example of the system of democracy. This gives a feeling of the latest in the oldest. Bharata performed this work by consulting Yash-Vidhi with the help of long-life sage. Law and order