Narayanam Bhaj Narayanam
Along the banks of this river, a king named Swayambhuva Manu was performing a long and arduous penance. When the king was collecting water from the river, he saw that he had caught a tiny little fish into his kamandal. He was about to throw the fish back to the water, when it beseeched him not to send it back to the river, for it was afraid that it would not survive there. The king took pity on it and took it back with him to palace, deciding to keep it in his kamandal. The next day, he was very much surprised to see that the fish had grown so large, that it was covering the whole vessel! He then transferred it to a small tub. The fish continued to grow and filled the tub in no time. At last, it had grown so big, that only the ocean could hold it. The fish revealed itself to be Lord Vishnu. It said, "O Manu, Know that in a very short while, storm clouds shall gather over this land. This rain will be the agent of destruction, and will submerge the whole world and destroy all living beings.
I have decided that you should be the person who will preserve the seed of humanity into the new world. Build a great ship, and fill it with worthy people, and plants and animals of every kind. He began to make preparation to survive the great flood. Clouds completely filled the sky. The rain began. It was so ferocious, that you could not see more than a few feet ahead. Waves as large as mountains were buffeting the ship. As promised, Vishnu, as the Matsya, steadied the ship from behind. He guided the ship for seven days and seven nights. At last the rain stopped, the water took some more time to subside, and the land peeped out from under its watery prison. This ended Vishnu's Matsya avatar. He was the first ruler of mankind in this new world.
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