Pruthvi (Earth) Vaayu: (Air) Aakaasham (Sky ) Jalam -Aapa:(Water )Agni: (Fire) Chandra: (Moon) Soorya: – Ravi: (Sun)
Kapotha: (Pigeon) Ajagara:(Python) Sindhu:-Samudra:(Ocean) Pathanga:(Moth) Madhukrutha:(Bee) Gaja:(Elephant) Madhuhaa (Honey collector) HariNa:(Deer) Meena: (Fish) PingaLaa(?) Kurara:(Osprey) Arbaka:(Baby) Kumaari(Little girl) Sharakruth ( Archer) Sarpa: (Snake) OorNanaabhi😦 Spider) SupEshakruth (Wasp) were the 24 masters of Avadhoota a mendicant who was more tejasvi than King Yadu ——————This is a story told by Lord KrishNaa to Uddhavaa in Srimad Bhaagavatham .
1.The Bee that gathers not money gradually and lose collectively .
Water – purify all those who seek company
Earth – Patiently endure all oppressions and depressions
New Wasp- constantly think of God and attain Godhood
The Moth – Don’t get allured by the illusory shining object
Young girl – shun the crowd and live secludedly
Fish – keep the organ of taste under control
Unlucky pigeon – Avoid over attachment to wife(husband) and children
radiant moon – Bodily changes never affect the soul
Gala fire – All pervading Almighty assumes many forms
OorNa Naabhi – World is made out of Himself by Himself with Himself
Open air- to remain unaffected by good or bad
Deer – Never listen to sensual music