The story of Shuka: The Storyteller

Born as a parrot, Shuka overheard Lord Shiva revealing the secret of immortality. Fearing for his life, he fled into the womb of Vyasa's wife. After 12 years of bearing the burden, Lord Krishna arrived and granted Shuka the freedom from attachment and eligibility for moksha.

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