The Law of Karma (Nature) The balance of Give and Take relationship in this Mayavic Creation I am illustrating through

a short story. How far the story is true one may reach out to the characters in the story and enquire them. For me what matters is the essence, that if we receive then it is a must that we have to give, otherwise it takes form of “Sanchit Karma”. Here goes the story:After the Mahabharat war King Dhritrashtra asked Lord Krishna " Hey Krishna I dont understand the reasons for my losing all my 100 Young sons in this war when I have apparently done no crime”. Lord Krishna out of His grace granted him divine visions to look back in his previous births. Dhritrashtra discovered that 50 Births back he was a hunter and once threw a burning net on a tree causing a 100 Birds to be burnt to death while remaining flew away but became blind due to the scorching heat. Due to effect of this sin he was destined to remain blind in this Life and also lose his 100 sons. Dhritrashtra then enquired “Krishna why did not I get punishment there and then in that birth itself, or the next birth, for the great sin I had committed? Why now? “ Lord Krishna smiled and replied “Your past sinful deed had to wait for an opportune time upto 50 Births during which time you could earn and accumulate enough pious deeds to merit you to be eligible enough to get a 100 sons in one Life time so that your previous sinful Sanchit Karma could instantaneously confront you with the effects of that evil action “.

This then is the Law of nature and effect of Sanchit Karmas.

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