|Caption||Having rescued the baby deer from the river, Bharata Maharaja took the deer with him to his ashram, but he was often distracted even while performing his sacrifices. He thought to himself, "When it has taken shelter with me, how can I neglect it? Even though the deer is disturbing my spiritual life, I realize that a helpless person who has taken shelter cannot be neglected. That would be a great fault."|
-Excerpt from Srimad Bhagavatam 5.8.9
Painted in 1997.
|Headline||Bharata Performs Sacrifices|
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