Gods' Mom Ansuya Devi is a Hindu mythological story on when gods wanted a mother. The story explains the birth of the three-faced God, Guru Dutta, the lord of knowledge who guides the needy.
In this avatar, the three main Hindu gods: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, go to examine a holy divine reclusive woman Anasuya at the behest of their wives viz. Saraswati, Lakshmi and Durga. With her divine powers, Anasuya transfigures them into tiny tots and cares for them.
Will the gods live like children or go back to their responsibilities?
Do the gods want to go back to their wives?
What happens to the world when the three most powerful gods abandon their responsibilities to become naughty children?
Read this story to know more about the tiny gods and their bravery.
Ravindra Tome is a veteran writer in Marathi, a regional language of Maharashtra, India. He has written around 38 radio plays, many short stories and articles in Marathi.
He works as a freelance content writer and translator for many media houses.
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