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Mahabali Long long ago when the world was young there lived a demon king A demon king unlike any other for though his race that of the asura were cruel mean vicious and heartless he and his people were everything that they were not His name was Mahabali Mahabali was just kind generous and very very powerful His kingdom spanned the Seven Seas encompassed the Three Great Oceans The Four Winds were his courtiers His fame and might knew no bounds and his kingdom grew and grew and grew until the entire earth was under his benign sway It did not stop there and soon the dank forests the dreary plains and the deep fires of the netherworld knew him as their emperor The borders of his kingdom lapped against the world of the Gods His might showed no signs of stopping At this time sentiments that were strange to them began spreading among the Gods Would they have to acknowledge Mahabali as Emperor Horror of horrors In despair they decided to approach Vishnu the Preserver They went to him at his abode on the Ocean of Milk Vishnu was resting on the coils of the Great Serpent Sheshnag of the thousand heads On hearing their desperate pleas He agreed to help them Vishnu descended to earth at a time when Mahabali was involved in a sacred ceremony At this ceremony Mahabali would give whatever anyone asked of him land elephants gold rice silks rare and precious stones pearls of the highest lustre anything The throng of people seemed never-ending for denizens of the three worlds crowded at his palace gates and partook of his offerings They praised his name and spoke of his glory and merit His kingdom threatened the gates of heaven even more and yet despite the people of the three worlds coming to take of his treasury his coffers showed no signs of running
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