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Caption'As described in Srimad-Bhagavatam (9.5.16), Durvasa Muni, a great mystic yogi who considered himself very elevated, envied Maharaja Ambarisha, who was known as the greatest devotee of the time. In an attempt to harass Maharaja Ambarisha, Durvasa Muni met with a great catastrophe and was defeated by the sudarshana-chakra of the Lord. Durvasa Muni admitted his fault and said, "For pure devotees who are always engaged in the transcendental loving service of the Lord, nothing is considered impossible, for they are engaged in the service of the Supreme Lord, whose very name is sufficient for liberation."'
-Teachings of Lord Chaitanya, Chapter 28
HeadlineDurvasa Muni Creates a Demon to Punish King Ambarisha
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