While going through works based on Vedic literature — on TV or in books or grandparents’ stories — one comes across many famous personalities like Agastya or Indra or Durvasa.
But like history taught in school, where there are many names and dates without any connection and thereby almost impossible to remember, the numerous Vedic personalities’ exact roles are hard to recall.
And as seven Manvantaras — spanning 216 crore years — have passed in this kalpa (Brahma’s day), it is impossible — without family trees — to remember exactly which lineage they came from and how they are connected with other great men and women.
So, who better to get this information from than Surya — the sun-god — for he has been a witness to it all. But his job keeps him busy 24x7. When Surya gets a lucky break — the first and only one in his long career — his gifted student Hanuman doesn’t let the opportunity go waste...
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