Devtas (Gods) and Rakshasas (Demons) were fighting for supremacy over the three Lokas – Heaven (Aakash), Earth (Prithvi) and the Netherworld (Pataal) – they appointed their Gurus to mentor and guide them in the war. The gods appointed Angiras Brihaspati as their Guru and the demons (Asuras), made Bhargav Shukracharya to be their guiding Guru.
The war between the gods and asuras had started in earnest and both the priests were busy with their Yajnas and prayers to make their sides more powerful. Shukracharya, the Guru of the demons, would breathe life into the demons who died in the battle and make them healthy again. He could do so because he was an expert in the knowledge of Mrit Sanjeevani Vidya (the art of breathing life in a dead being). This Sanjeevani Vidya (knowledge) was making the (Rakshasas) Asuras stronger and they were giving tough fight, as they were not facing any casualties.
The gods on the other hand were suffering losses, as Brihaspati, their guru, did not possess the Sanjeevani Vidya. The gods and their guru deliberated on this drawback and decided that someone would have to go and learn this art of breathing life into a dead body from the Guru of the demons, Shukracharya.
It was decided that Kacha, the son of Guru Brihaspati, would go to the land of the demons to learn the Sanjeevani Vidya. Kacha went to Vrishparva, where Shukracharya had his Ashram (hermitage).
Kacha went on behalf of his father Brihaspati and Devtas to learn the secret of the Mrita Sanjivini mantra from Shukracharya, the guru of the Asuras. The idea was to help the Devas with the knowledge of this secret who were about to lose the war. Brihaspati also advises him to first impress Devayani (Devyani) in order to impress Shukracharya, who was very fond of his daughter.
When Kacha reached, He introduced himself to the Shukracharya, “Pranam, I am the grandson of Maharishi Angira and the son of Brihaspati, the Guru priest of gods. I implore you to accept me as your pupil. I promise to live the celibate life of a Brahmachari (student) and serve you for one thousand years.”
Shukracharya was pleased with the humility of Kacha and accepted him as his pupil. He said, “I will treat you as if I am treating Brihaspati and I will be honoured to accept you as my pupil.”
Kacha started his studies and would keep the Guru happy with his behaviour. He would also take good care of the daughter of his Guru, Devyani. Time passed and Kacha became Shukracharya’s favourite pupil. After 500 years, the demons learnt about the real purpose of Kacha’s visit. They were incensed and feared that with the Sanjeevani Vidya, the gods would become more powerful. So they plotted to kill Kacha. Guru Shukracharya also knew this so he always declined Kacha’s plea to teach him Sanjeevani Vidya.
The Asuras attempted many times to kill Kacha, as he might be dangerous in future if he knows the resurrection vidya. Asuras would cut him into pieces, other times they sliced his body to pieces and fed to wolves, they also killed him and burned his body to ashes.
Every time they kill him, Shukracharya revived him with his Sanjeevani Vidya on the insistence of Devayani. The Asuras were fed up seeing Kacha alive, after failing to kill him number of times, they finally decided to crush his remains and mix with alcohol. Guru Shukracharya developed traits of Asuras staying with them. He was fond of drinking alcohol. Asuras served the alcohol to the him. Shukracharya unknowingly consumed it, again on insistence of his daughter when he tried to revive Kacha, he got to know that Kacha was in his stomach. Shukracharya told his daughter that Kacha’s destiny is not stay alive, forget the episode and let the life continue. Devayani persisted and said “Kacha was harmless, he should not have been killed.”
Left with no choice, He taught Kacha Sanjeevani Vidya and told him to come out. Kacha came out tearing his Guru’s stomach open and Shukrachaya died. Knowing Sanjeevani Vidya was the main purpose of Kacha, he revived Shukracharya using same Vidya and bought him to life. Shukracharya was angry that he had to reveal secret Sanjeevani Vidya that he got as a boon from Bhagwan Shiv after hardest of penances of thousand years. He repented that he should have not drunk alcohol that time. Being Guru and master of many secret Shastras, he knew that alcohol is bad habit, still he imbibed it staying with Asuras (Rakshasas), he felt very bad of himself. His bad habit cost him, revelation of secret Sanjeevani Vidya to enemy Gods. He pledged not to drink alcohol ever in his life.
Shukracharya was very angry that his bad habit of drinking alcohol made him lose his knowledge to a Devta bhakt. He pledged NOT TO DRINK ALCOHOL AGAIN and also made it mandatory for all Daityas who sought his teachings to pledge TO QUIT ALCOHOL forever.
Devayani was saving Kacha because she was deeply in love with him.
Kacha starts his journey back to Deva loka when Devayani expressed her love for him and asked him to marry her. Kacha is shocked as he never shared same emotions with her, he states that she is a sister to him as she was the daughter of his Guru, equivalent to father according to Vedic Hindu Dharma. This infuriates Devayani, she cursed him that he would not remember the Mrityu Sanjivini Vidya during the time he needs it the most. In return, Kacha curses her that like she has bad character and her feelings are not in accordance to Vedic Hindu Dharma, she wouldn’t get a husband of a strong character.
During a fierce battle between the Devas and the Asuras, Kacha decided to use the Mrityu Sanjivini Mantra to bring back all the dead Gods to life but he failed, Devayani’s curse made him forget the important aspects to complete the revival process. Asuras (Rakshasas) again had an edge over Gods and efforts of Kacha went in vain.
Shukracharya would banish Asuras who secretly drink alcohol hiding from their Guru. Shukracharya did not wanted Kauravas and their muslim slaves to lose any winning edge in life against Vedic Hindus so he ordered Kurus to abolish alcohol and intoxicated drinks in their tribes. Kurus added the same in Kuran (Quran) and called it Haram. Haram is derived from the word Hara which means destruction in Sanskrit. The first Haram object that could cause destruction to the purpose of harming devotees of Devtas was listed as Abstainment from drinking alcohol.
A DEVIL WORSHIPPER OR DEMONIC TRAITED PERSON NEVER CHANGES. ABOLISHMENT OR KILLING IS ONLY OPTION LEFT. RAVAN AND HIS 8 LAKH FOLLOWERS NEVER CHANGED. KAURAVAS AND THEIR 70 CRORE SOLDIERS NEVER CHANGED.
THEY ALL FOUGHT TO FINISH HINDUS. WHEN WILL HINDUS RAISE ARM TO FINISH ADHARMIS OF TODAY? IF THEY DO NOT THEY WILL PERISH LIKE THEY PERISHED IN 84 COUNTRIES.