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Story of Brahmin Jajali, Fables in Mahabharata
The story of Brahmin Jajali is one of the many fables in the Mahabharata which have a certain moralistic end to them. The story goes such that the Brahman Jajali lived as a hermit in the forest, and gave himself up to the most frightful austerities. Clothed in rags and skins, stiff with it, he wandered through the forest in rain and storm undertook severe fasts and defied every kind of inclement weather.
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