Just better. This excerpt from the newly released Amar Chitra Katha comic book "Saptarshi" tells a story I hadn't heard before. In this account, the sage Vishwamitra visits the ashram of the sage Vasishta, who is telling his shishyas about how Japa or repeating the holy names bestows the greatest power on a person. Quite the same Wikipedia. Vashistha summons Kamadhenu alias Sabala, the cow of abundance, to provide for a feast. Valmiki Ramayana, prose 51 of Bala Kanda, starts with the story of Vishvamitra: He created crow as a replacement for the sparrow. In the new universe, Vishwamitra created Buffalo as a replacement of cow. Just better. Vashista possessed a cow named Nandini daughter of Kamadhenu who could instantly produce food enough for a whole army. Vishvamitra was a king in ancient India, also called Kaushika(descendant of Kusha). Later on, both universe were merged together to maintain natural equilibrium. Everyone strives to acquire happiness and to remove misery, but is unsuccessful. Divine Discourse of Bhagawan Sathya Sai Baba, Summer Showers 1995 - Srimad Bhagavatham Nasti Lobha Samo Vyadhih Nasti Krodha Samo Ripuh.Nasti Daridryavat Dukham Nasti Jnana Samo Sukham. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. He became one and hence became Brahmashri Vishwamitra. Long ago there was a great king named Kaushika, who was unequaled in might and splendour.His life-long quest began not in glory but in his utter defeat and humiliation. Kaushika now vishwamitra wanted to obtain that cow and thus insulted Vashishta for the same. etc. What we do. Vishvamitra. He was a valiant warrior and the great-grandson of a great king named Kusha. He is among the most venerated sages of the world. Quite the same Wikipedia. Vashishtha with his superpowers destroyed his army. Vishwamitra was originally the Chandravanshi King of Kanyakubja. He and his armies were once the guests of the great sage Vashishta.The king, jealous of the sage’s gift-giving cow Kamadhenu, tried to take it by force.Upon being attacked, Vashishta reduced the king’s armies to … The king kaushik decided to become superhuman by mediation and worshipping Lord Brahma. There is no disease like greed, No enemy like anger,No sorrow greater than poverty, No happiness equal to wisdom. Sarga 60 of Bala Kanda of Valmiki Ramayana given below explains the complete story. Creation …