‘Parshu’ symbolizes might. ‘Ram’ is synonymous with Satya Sanatan. In this way, Parashuram means the factor of might and the holder of truth Lord Parashurama is the sixth incarnation of Vishnu and one of the seven Chiranjeevi’s, who are still present on this earth at the time of Kali Yuga. Lord Parshuram was born on the day of Akshaya Tritiya, so his birthday is celebrated on this day this year Akshaya Tritiya is on 26th April Lord Parashuram Jayanti will be celebrated on 26 April this year. On the occasion of Lord Parshuram’s birth anniversary, let us know some interesting aspect of his life mentioned in ancient scriptures.
Parashurama was born on the First stroke of the day of the day and night of Tritiya Tithi of Vaishakh month. Parashurama is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The time of his birth is considered to be the treaty of Satyuga and Tretayuga. The supreme devotee of Lord Shiva has given Parashurama the authority of the God of justice.
Why was Parshuram Name Given
Lord Parshuram’s father’s name was Muni Jamadagri and mother’s name was Renuka. Once, obeying his father’s command, he killed his mother. Due to this, he had committed the sin of maternal murder, to which he worshipped Lord Shiva to repent. Pleased with his penance, Lord Shiva gave a weapon named Parshu, due to which he was named Parashurama.
Had broken a tooth of Lord Ganesha
Lord Parashuram is of a temper nature. A story is found in relation to this. According to legend, once Parashurama reached Mount Kailash to see Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha stopped him to meet Shiva. Enraged by this, he broke a tooth of Lord Ganesha with his ax. After which Lord Ganesha started to be called Ekadant
Witness both Treta and Dwapar Yugas
May Lord Parashuram be present in both Treta and Dwapara Yuga. In the Mahabharata, he saw the leela of Lord Krishna, while in the Treta Yuga he also saw the leela of Lord Rama. Lord Shri Ram handed over his Sudarshan Chakra to Parashurama. The same Sudarshan Chakra Parashurama returned Lord Krishna to Dwapar Yuga.
Curse given to Karna
During the Mahabharata period, Kunti’s son Karna had taught him by lying to Lord Parashurama. When Lord Parshuram came to know about this, he cursed Karna that the knowledge which he has obtained by lying, he will forget the same knowledge during war and will not be able to wield any weapon or weapon. This curse of Lord Parashurama eventually led to Karna’s death as well.
Make this earth kshatriya Viheen 21 times
Lord Parashurama had devoured this earth 21 times from the Kshatriyas. A legend is prevalent in this regard, according to the legend, to avenge the insults of his mother and father, Lord Parashuram killed Sahastrajun’s Akshohini army and his hundred sons as well. Then by 21 times they had destroyed the descendants of the evil Kshatriya king of this earth