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Indraaya idam na mama... Mahishaasura: Who? Indra? Oh, Sages, you should offer your prayers to me. I am the Lord. Go away from here. Never ever try to insult me. Go... Scene 3 [Lord Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma are in the center of the stage. ] Lord Indra: Lord, please protect the world from the wicket Mahishaasura. Lord Shiva: Listen, oh, Gods. No individual can defeat the demon Mahishaasura. Brahma: But, there is a way. Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh 53 Bala-Gokulam Vishnu: The united strength of all of you alone can destroy him.

That was the day appointed for the execution of Shivaji. Polad Khan came in. There was a strange silence. He grew suspicious. As he stepped in the saw 'Shivaji' asleep. For a moment this sight put some comfort into his heart. But there was no movement. Thinking that Shivaji might have died the Khan came near and pulled back the blanket. He was shocked to see just the bare bed and the pillows! Shivaji had disappeared. You can imagine the feelings of Polad Khan, and, more important still, of Aurangzeb.

But there was no movement. Thinking that Shivaji might have died the Khan came near and pulled back the blanket. He was shocked to see just the bare bed and the pillows! Shivaji had disappeared. You can imagine the feelings of Polad Khan, and, more important still, of Aurangzeb. They must have felt the agony of being stung at once by a thousand scorpions. Aurangzeb at once ordered his army to capture Shivaji and the army set out in all directions. By this time Shivaji and Sambhaji had already mounted the horses that were kept in readiness for them and proceeded south.

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