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Tied before the bond of love:
Rajula-Malushahi folklore is the story of Malushahi, the prince of Katyur, the first dynasty of Kumaon, and Rajula, a girl of the Shaukya dynasty. In the 15th century, the capital of the Katyur dynasty at that time was Bairath (presently Chaukhutia). According to public beliefs, then King Dulashahi ruled in Bairath. He was childless. After having no children even after manotis, the king was advised by someone to worship Lord Shiva at Bagnath (now Bageshwar) on Makarsankranti. On the other hand, in the same century, Sunapati Hobby, a wealthy businessman from Dantu village, situated in the valley of Panchachuli, picturesque valley of Darma, had the same condition. Hobby’s wife Ganguly Shaukyani lived with grief at being childless. One day she told her husband Sunapati to go to Bagnath on Makarsankranti and pray to Lord Shankar and both reached Bagnath on the confluence of Saryu-Gomati on the day of Makarsankranti. At the same time King Dulashahi and his wife Dharma Devi also reach the temple with the desire of children. Coincidentally, Ganguly and Dharmadevi are introduced and they become friends due to similar misery. Both women promise to marry each other if they have a son or daughter. After some time, with the blessings of Lord Bagnath, Rajula is born in Raja Dulashahi’s house to Prince Malushahi and businessman Sunapati.
Parwan started to flirt
The wheel of time moves at its own pace, and gradually the protagonist Malushahi and heroine Rajula step into their youth, crossing the threshold of childhood. If the hero Malushahi Gabru is getting young in Bairath, then in the Darma, the beauty of the heroine Rajula begins to be common. Rajula begins to develop a love for Malushahi and she is desperate to meet him. Rajula mother tells Ganguly that you should do my marriage in colorful bairath. During this, Rajula learns that Father Sunapathi is going to Bairath for business. At the behest of his mother, Rajula’s father agrees to follow Rajula’s bairath. On the day of Uttarani festival, both the father-daughter reach Bagnath temple in Bageshwar. There, Rajula sees Malushahi and finds that King Malushahi goes to see Agnari Devi every morning. One day, she walks away from her father Sunapati’s hobby to visit the temple of Goddess. Malushahi also comes there as usual. Here the two lovers meet and Malushahi promises Rajula that he will definitely come to marry Darma one day. He puts a rosary of beads on Rajula as a token of love.
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Ishq started to see the problems:
On returning from the temple, Father Sunapati repeatedly asks Rajula who put a garland of pearls in your neck. If she is unable to answer, then the angry Sunapathis return to Darma, leaving the work of business in half. On reaching home, he decides to marry Rajula Rishipal, who is twice the age of Rajula. Troubled by this, Rajula herself sets out on a journey to Bairath. On the other hand, due to the insistence of Malushahi to meet Rajula in Bairath and get him married, he is given a sleepy smell for 12 years. After a very difficult journey of seven nights, Rajula comes to Bairath and tries to lift the sleeping Malushahi, but due to the strong impact of the stud, he cannot get up. Rajula then puts a diamond ring on Malushahi and keeps a letter at her head and returns to her country weeping. On waking from sleep, Malushahi would see the diamond ring and the letter, in which Rajula writes that Malu I had come to you, but you were sleepy, if you have drunk your mother’s milk, then come to Hun country to pick me up. My father is now marrying me there and Malushahi goes to fetch Rajula.
At the same time, another form of this love story is told that after the birth of Prince Malushahi, King Dulashahi had made his horoscope with the Raj astrologer. The astrologer told the king that if the prince is not married to a young girl on the fifth day, the sum of his death is there. At this, he sends the priest to the Sunapati hobby to get a symbolic marriage of the newborn Rajula and Malushahi, but in the meantime, King Dulashahi dies and the girl is forever concealed from Prince Malushahi by declaring the girl Rajula as insolent. .
Round of lovers exam:
For Rajula and Malushahi, it was a period of difficulties and examinations. Malushahi gave up his coronation for Rajula and took refuge with the proven Guru Gorakhnath. Seeing the undying love of Malushahi, Guru Gorakhnath gets ready to help him. They initiate Malushahi. After this, Malushahi takes out the blessings of Guru Gorakhnath and goes to the country to take Rajula in the form of a monk. However, in other forms of this folklore, Rajula’s father Sunapati is said to have poisoned the king of Hun, Vikkhipal, and somewhere the poison of Malushahi of Rishipal.
King Malushahi disguises as a monk and reaches the palace of Vikhikpal. There, when the newly married Rajula brings alms in a plate of gold, he is stunned to see it, but Rajula does not recognize them and asks what Jogi tell my hand lines. So Malushahi, disguised as a monk, says that I do not see the hand without mentioning the name-village and Rajula tells them that she is Rajula, the daughter of Sunapati hobby. On hearing this, Malushahi disguises himself as a monk and says that Rajula has disguised himself as a monk, I will free you from here.
Now Rajula introduces Malukhahi to Vikhipal. Seeing the personality of Jogi, there is doubt in the mind of Vikkhipal. As soon as Vikhikpal realizes that it is Malushahi, the king of Bairath, he would kill him by poisoning him in a kheer. Seeing this, Rajula also becomes unconscious immediately. Then Guru Gorakhnath makes Malu alive using Boksadi lore. After this Malu goes to the palace and brings Rajula to his senses. After this, King Malushahi reaches his country of Bairath with Rajula. Both of them get pompous there. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)