He started practicing in front of the statue every single day and after practicing long time he nurtured him into an archer of exceptional prowess. When there was complete darkness, Eklavya tack the mouth shut of a wild barking dog which was disturbing everyone’s sleep in the forest by firing arrows in quick succession. Dronacharya and his men came for hunting in the same forest. When they were searching the forest, they met a young man who introduced himself as a student of Dronacharya.
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Eklavya was the son of Vyatraj Harinyadhanu. His father was a soldier in the army of Jarasandha, King of Magadha. The relations between Hastinapur and Magadha were not friendly at that time. He wanted to learn the art of archery in the Gurukul of Dronacharya. Eklavya went to meet Dronacharya. Whereas, Dronacharya was impressed by young kid Eklavya’s curiosity and sincere desire. After meeting Dronacharya, he returned home deeply hurt but he was still determined. Now Eklavya decided to make a statue of Dronacharya and accepted him as his Guru. If you are looking to buy Indian Stamp online you visit our site Philacy.com