The War between Fire and Rain

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A Brahmin once came to Krishna and Arjuna and begged for food. They promised to give him whatever he wanted to eat. Arjun and AgniThen the Brahmin took on his true form; he was actually Agni the fire-god. He wanted to eat the Khandava forest. But the king of snakes, Takshaka lived in that forest. Takshaka was a friend of Indra the rain god. So every time Agni tried to burn the forest, Indra brought rains and put out the fire.

Agni asked Krishna and Arjuna, "Keep your promise and help me eat the forest." Krishna and Arjuna needed good weapons for that. Agni gave Arjuna a quiver from which he could take out as many arrows as he wanted.

Agni then set the forest on fire. As soon as Indra saw this, he brought rains. But Arjuna shot thousands of arrows in the air and formed a cover on the forest to block the rain. Agni burnt the forest completely and satisfied his hunger.


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