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Rishyasringa, Indian Sage
Legend of Rishyasringa is contained in the Tirthayatra-section of the Mahabharata. Ryasrnga is the son of a saint who is enticed by the daughter of a king as it is said that bringing the boy to the kingdom is the only way by which the drought-hit kingdom would get rain.
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