Narayaneeyam Dasakam -17 Dhuruva Episode
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This is the legend of Dhruva, the child man who became a symbol of justice, equality and rights.



Dasakam: 017 -- Shlokam: 01
उत्तानपादनृपतेर्मनुनन्दनस्य
जाया बभूव सुरुचिर्नितरामभीष्टा ।
अन्या सुनीतिरिति भर्तुरनादृता सा
त्वामेव नित्यमगति: शरणं गताऽभूत् ॥१॥



[link]uttaanapaada nR^ipatermanunandanasya
jaayaa babhuuva suruchirnitaraamabhiiShTaa |
anyaa suniitiriti bharturanaadR^itaa saa
tvaameva nityamagatiH sharaNaM gataa(a)bhuut ||[link]

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King Uttanapada, the son of Swayambhuva Manu, had two wives, by name Suruchiand Suneethi. The king was very fond of Suruchi but ignored by her husband, .Suneethi altogether.Having no other support, was helpless. Suneethi took refuge in Thee alone.