Justice is the best treasure of people. The three worlds become happy
through justice. As the
rivers flow towards the sea, all the riches rush towards the just people.
People remember Rama daily in the morning, Nobody remembers Ravana. What
did Rama give ? What did Ravana take away ? justice the only reason. It
Even beasts and birds come to help the one who
behaves justly, but the one who takes a path
of injustice is deserted even by his brother.
faced Ravana", those days when even gods were serving you, are now gone.
time is changed even the stones float over water.
! stones which use to sink in water and drown others; the very stones
float over the deep ocean and enable the monkey warriors to swim. This
quality does not belong to the stones or to the sea or monkeys. This is
the greatness of lord Ramacandra's valour.
command the falling walls remain stable and on whose name while recited
the ghosts, gobling etc. are subdued.
Leave the life-
sketch of Rama aside. None but his devotee King Yasovarma could be equally
In the city named Kalyanakataka the king named
Yasovarma like lord Rama watering as a cloud the creeper of morality was
ruling over his powerful kingdom.
For him a wicked son
was for dismissal like mud on the body and a virtuous was worthy of
respect like a flower.
He had got the justice-bell on
the entrance door of his palace. Who so ever was whenever in need, can
He himself was taking more care of them than
his life and even money. Thus he was spending his days (life) exercising
Once the presiding deity of the state to test
his sense of justice stood up on the high way taking the form of the
wishful filling cow.
She bore by her supernatural power
a beautiful, tender and attractive calf and kept it beside her.
Mean while the quite arrogant prince sitting in the beautiful chariot was
coming there from the
He drove his chariot with a great speed over the
calf. The poor calf died.
The cow began to bellow aloud.
She shed tears profusely. The people began to shout with pity
on seeing the pitiable condition of the both (cow and calf).
Some one advised her. "O Cow, go to the palace; the justice bell is there;
you ring it with your both the horns.
"So that the king
will give justice for the injustice done to you, because this one bestows
justice up on all and is the fifth Lord of the direction. (or the Lord
She hearing these words went and
rang the bell aloud in the palace. At that time the king was about to take
Oh hearing the sound of the justice-bell at
an odd hours the king got disturbed and asked his attendants" who rang the
bell untimely ?"
The attendants having checked reported
to the king." Lord, there is nobody except a cow". "How a cow has come
here ?" thinking thus he got up.
The king having come
there asked the cow with compassion, "Oh ! Who is the wicked torturing,
even you ?"
"Show me the person, who has harassed you".
But that helpless cow did not know to communicate like a human being.
But the cow went a head showed her dead calf to the king coming behind
The king asked the gentlemen sitting in the market,
"which wicked person has done such a penetrating misdeed ?"
All men knew the one who committed the misdeed but out of fear of his
harming them, nobody spoke out anything.
When the King
asked many times but no body spoke out, the king getting his eye brows up
in anger said this.
Oh, even though having seen such a
censurable misdeed you do not speak out anything. So you too are sinister
fie upon you who are partial.
"I shall take food only
when the wretched sinner appears before me". He took such a vow.
Having staunch faith in justice the king waiting up to the evening had to
fast. Oh, what a great faith towards justice.
evening the prince came home and said to the king about the injustice been
done by him, "O lord, punish me."
Having heard that his
own son has committed that misdeed, the king got dejected. In spite What
is the use of that gold which causes ear-cut ?
morning the king consulted the legal advisers and asked, "Please tell me
what punishment can given to this son ?"
"Lord, this son is your only heir, he is like your eye what punishment can
there be for him ?"
For me justice is of prime
importance. What to talk of a wicked son. I do not punish him, others will
"So O Scholars, speak out the befitting
punishment. No generosity should be shown for me. I assure you to be
They said, "O king ! the scriptural
declaration is-one who does whatever sort of deed, should be given that
sort of good or wicked punishment."
"Just as he his
chariot over the calf, he should be punished in that manner. There is no
alternative in his case."
The king ordered to bring the
chariot, seated his son on the road and said to the people, "Hey you drive
this over him."
When nobody obeyed such an order of the
king, he said in the presence
This my wicked son may
die. What is the use of even an intimate who has no inclination to justice
On saying thus he got up suddenly and himself sat on
the chariot and has he drove it mercilessly over him, he did not see the
cow and not the calf .The presiding deity appeared before him and praised.
"O best of the sprited, O just King, be victorious. Who does not admire
your glory like that of Lord Rama? May your son live long. May your
protect your kingdom. I tested you." On saying thus, the presiding deity
Thus the king and others must observe the
rules of justice, because the wealth can be got through justice only. How,
in the monsoon, can the grains grow without the clouds of the first two