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- King Ambareesh invited the sage Durvasa on food on Ekadashi, but when Durvasa was late in coming, Ambarish drank water, due to which the sage got very angry.
In olden times there was a king named Ambarish. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu. One day he fasted on Ekadashi. Sage Durvasa came to the king’s kingdom. The king invited the sage to dine with him.
At that time the fasting person used to eat food only after feeding the Brahmin on Ekadashi. Sage Durvasa told King Ambarish that I come after taking bath, after that I will eat. The king started waiting for the sage, but he was getting late and Muhurta was passing on Ekadashi. Then the vice-chancellor of the king said that you should take water from basil leaves, it will also pass the fast and there will be no sin of taking food before sage Durvasa.
Taking obedience to the Guru, King Ambarish drank water with the Tulsi Dal. When sage Durvasa reached there, he came to know that the king had passed the fast alone. This made the sages angry. He revealed a demon with his tenacity and ordered to kill King Ambareesh.
Vishnuji left the Sudarshan Chakra in defense of King Ambareesh. Sudarshan Chakra killed that demon and followed Sage Durvasa. Sage Durvasa rushed to Brahmaji, Shiva and Indra to save his life, but everyone said that they cannot protect him from the Sudarshan Chakra. The sage then approached Lord Vishnu. Vishnuji said that I myself am under devotees. You should go to King Ambareesh, he can save your life.
Sage Durvasa immediately approached King Ambareesh and apologized. Then the king touched Durvasa’s feet and the Sudarshan Chakra calmed down.
Learning Because of anger, the virtues of sage sages also become ineffective. God does not help the angry man. That is why you should avoid anger. Anger kills our power of thinking. If you avoid this, there will be peace and happiness in life.