Aswathama was cursed to roam in Kaliyuga due to his sinful deed of killing innocent 5 sons of Draupadi, wife of Pandavas. If you worship Lord Krishna, then you can think of changing your Prarabdh to good one.
Through Divine grace (Kripa) of Lord Krishna, one can go beyond the influences of actions of past lives.
It’s also called Amar Katha (Eternal History, to make one eternal).
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A more than a decade old newspaper article ran about a railway employee on leave.
During his wanderings in the jungles of Navsari (Gujarat) he had reported a very tall man of about 12 feet with a wound on his head.
He claimed to have conversation with him and learnt that Bheem was much taller and stronger than him.
The last record of his existence came to my notice while reading a book called “Himalaya kah raha hai” by Pilot Baba.
Interestingly, people who met Ashwatthama never cited the incident as an ego boosting incident but merely highlighted it in their biographies or as contextual reference in their historical documents; giving very little importance to the occasion – writing up few lines on their meeting with Aswatthama This could be because they were not astonished to meet him or never thought of giving it due importance in their writings due to his past deeds in Dwapar Yuga.
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Lord Krishna then placed a curse on Ashwatthama(actually it was his Prarabdha karma) that “he will carry the burden of all people’s sins on his shoulders and will roam alone like a ghost without getting any love and courtesy till the end of Kaliyuga; He will have neither any hospitality nor any accommodation; He will be in total isolation from mankind and society; His body will suffer from a host of incurable diseases forming sores and ulcers that would never heal”.
Ashwatthama had a gem which was similar to Shamantakamani on his forehead which used to protect the wearer from fear of any snakes, ghosts, demigods and demons. Lord Sri Krishna further states that “the wound caused by the removal of this gem on his forehead will never heal and will suffer from leprosy, till the end of Kaliyuga”.
It is believed that in Kaliyuga, his name will be “Suryakanta”.
Thus, Ashwatthama will be in search of death every moment, and yet he will never die.
Ashwatthama’s Prarabdh lead him to an immortal life, roam in forests with pain.