Aadhavan And The Moon

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In the time where there were only millions of stars and one creator. The Creator decided to flourish planet Earth. Earth was born and He thought how little light this planet has, so he created Aadhavan, or the Sun.
Aadhavan lived in the sky and looked down over the planet. He took care of Earth, Aadhavan was a bright, glistening young man who loved Earth very much. He brought flowers, berries, trees, even life to Earth. As life on Earth grew more and more, people began to love Aadhavan and cherish him, they wrote melodies about him as well. The planet was very luminous, which eventually lead the people to need rest. So then the maker created Luna, or the Moon who lived in the sky. Luna only ever came out when Aadhavan went away. She would only let the people see her face when she came out every night. They thought of her as lovely and mysterious. Soon after the people who lived on Earth began to worship her as well. They wrote lyrics and chants about Luna, but she didn’t think of herself as anything special. Aadhavan didn’t really pay attention to Luna, but he could not shut out the melodies that people would sing about her during the day.
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They began to think what it might be like to be apart of these things or to even walk with the people on Earth. Now, what people on Earth never knew, was that both the Sun and the Moon could come down to Earth and become humans for just one night every 18 months. They had never done so before, but watching over humans for so long puzzled them to know how it might be like. So, on a crisp, snowy evening, particularly during one of the occasions that people had begun to celebrate often, the very first solar eclipse occurred. On that night, there happened to be a masquerade ball that most of the world was attending. Infact, people all around the world were amazed when they looked up at the evening

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