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Who were Usha and Aniruddha in Indian Mythology ? In what names they were known in Manasha Mangal?

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Asked by Sulekha khuntdar, 11 Jun '13 06:31 am
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Usha and Aniruddha were Kinar and Kinnari in heaven, they were known as Behula and Lakshinder in Manasha Mangal.
Answered by lalit mahata, 11 Jun '13 06:40 am

 
  
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Usha and Aniruddha were Kinar and Kinnari in heaven, they were known as Behula and Lakshinder in Manasha Mangal.
Answered by Quest, 11 Jun '13 11:33 am

 
  
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Usha and Aniruddha were Kinar and Kinnari in heaven, they were known as Behula and Lakshinder in Manasha Mangal.
Answered by rajan, 11 Jun '13 11:01 am

 
  
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Vana was the king of Daityas, a class of demons. Because of his earnest prayers and tapasya he had won a boon from Lord Shiva that he would remain invincible to all, both on heaven and earth. Whats more, Lord Shiva promised to protect Vana himself, should the need ever arise. Totally secure and sure of his safety, Vana gradually grew wild and started misusing his powers to trouble others. Everyone knew about the boon Lord Shiva had granted him. Some were wary of him and tried to avoid him since it was impossible to conquer him. The others accepted his supremacy. So Vana was left with no one to fight with. He soon began to feel that life was flat and dull since there was no one left to conquer.



Vana had a beautiful daughter named Usha. Her great friend and constant companion was Chitralekha, the daughter of her fathers minister. Chitralekha was a very talented artist and could draw anyones portrait most accurately. As Usha grew up she began to wonder who her husband would be. S ...more
Answered by Ghost Singh, 11 Jun '13 06:32 am

 
  
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