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Legend of Savitri, Indian Mythology
Legend of Savitri is a narration by Markandeya in the great epic of Mahabharata. The tale of Savitri was told by the sage to Yudhisthir when the later asked the sage to know if there lived in the world any woman who was virtuous than the queen Draupadi.
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