BanglaHunt Desk: Our country is the head of agriculture. Agricultural festivals are one of the features of the culture of this country which is based on agriculture. Multiple myths are associated with this agricultural festival. This is the story of Onam and Maharaja Bali, the main festivals of Kerala.
According to the Puranas, Asura ruled over present-day Kerala. Unlike other demons, he was not oppressive. He was Prajabatsal. Maharaj Boli used to nurture the people like his own children. Besides Prajabatsalta, he was a giant. If he asked for a donation, he would not return it. It can be said that among the characters mentioned in the mythology, the name of Maharaja Bali was pronounced as Danbir after Karna.
Maharaja Bali conquered heaven, earth and hell. Devaraja Indra was very much dreaming of his heroism and vigor. The gods did not have the power to defeat Bali in the oncoming war. So they took refuge in Vishnu.
Although the Maharaja was a sacrificial giver, his arrogance was great for this reason. Vishnu 7 used this arrogance as a weapon He took a dwarf form and asked for three plots of land. As soon as Baliraj agreed, the dwarf began to grow in shape. The earth covered one of his legs. Heaven and hell on the other foot. Then when the dwarf wanted to know the place to keep the third position, the king put his head forward. Sacrifice entered the abyss in the illusion of Vishnu.
Before entering the abyss, Baliraj told Vishnu that the people were equal to him. He may one day come to see the people in the heart of the earth. It is said that on the day of sowing the grains of Onam or Kerala, Maharaja Bali came to see the people in a thin body. Many consider Pongal and Onam to be one. I would like to inform you about Onam grain sowing festival and Pongal grain harvesting.
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