Maharaja Agrasen is known as symbol of peacefulness , envoy of Peace, Maharaja Agrasen was an exemplification of Sacrifice, Compassion, Non-Violence, Peace, Prosperity and a True Socialist. Ruler Agrasen was destined to King Ballabh of Pratapnagar. He was the oldest child. As indicated by the Mahalakshmi Vrath, the age at that point was the last phases of Dvaapar Yug. As indicated by current schedule the introduction of Maharaj Agrasen occurred around 5185 years back. Lord Ballabh was a Suryavamshi ( ancestry from the Sun). Notwithstanding when he was extremely youthful, Prince Agrasen was exceptionally notable for his empathy. He never oppressed anybody and the subjects were extremely satisfied with the way he acted. | At the point when Agrasen turned into a young fellow, he went to the Swyamvara of the little girl of the King Nagaraj, Princess Madhavi . Numerous rulers from around the globe went to including Indra, the King of the Devas. In the swayamvara, Princess Madhavi chose Prince Agrasen, by putting the wreath on him. This marriage caused a meeting up of two diverse family societies, Prince Agrasen was a Suryavanshi and Princess Madhavi was a Naagavanshi. Indra, the King of the Devas had been stricken by the excellence of Princess Madhavi and had intended to get hitched to her. Be that as it may, now that he had been not able wed her, he turned out to be exceptionally envious and furious with Agrasen. To get exact retribution against Agrasen, Indra - as he was additionally the Lord of Rain, ensured that Pratap Nagar did not get any precipitation. Thus, an unnerving starvation struck the Pratap Nagar kingdom. Head Agrasen at that point battled against Indra, and in light of the fact that he had dharma on his side, his armed force vanquished Indra's powers and put them to flight. Looked with this circumstance, Indra moved toward Narada ( the divine sage) for intercession amongst him and Emperor Agrasen. Narada, at that point interceded a peace between them. Agrasen began a serious retribution to appease Lord Shiva in the city of Kashi. Satisfied with the repentance of Agrasen, Lord Shiva showed up and exhorted him to satisfy Goddess Mahalakshmi. Maharaj Agrasen again began reflecting on Goddess Mahalakshmi, who showed up before him. Goddess Mahalakshmi at that point favored Agrasen and recommended that he take up the Vaishya convention of business for success of his kin. She at that point asked him to establish another kingdom and guaranteed that she would favor his relatives with success. So he surrendered his Kshatriya custom. Birth Of Agroha city With the favors of Goddess Mahalakhmi King Agrasen began with the Queen to movement all finished India and select a place for another kingdom. Amid his movements, at one place he found a couple of tiger offspring and wolfs fledglings playing together. To King Agrasen and Queen Madhavi, this was a favorable sign that the zone was Veerabhoomi (place where there is the overcome) and they chose to establish their new kingdom at that area named Agroha. Agroha wound up prosperous as horticulture and exchange thrived. Maharaj Agrasen, performed numerous Yagnas (forfeit) for the thriving of his kin. Back then, playing out a yagna was an image of thriving. Amid one such yagna, Maharaj Agrasen saw that a stallion that had been brought to be relinquished was making a decent attempt to make tracks in an opposite direction from the conciliatory sacrificial table. Seeing this Maharaj Agrasen was loaded with pity and after that idea concerning what thriving can be accomplished by giving up quiet creatures. The possibility of Ahimsa got Maharaj Agrasen's brain. The King at that point talked about it with his pastors. The pastors at that point said if Maharaj Agrasen turned towards ahimsa, the neighboring kingdoms should seriously mull over it an indication of shortcoming and feel overcome enough to assault Agroha. At this, Maharaj Agrasen said that putting a conclusion to savagery and unfairness does not mean shortcoming. He at that point announced that there ought to be no brutality and executing of creatures in his kingdom. Maharaj Agrasen continued to lead 18 Maha Yagnas. He at that point partitioned his kingdom among his 18 youngsters and set up the 18 gotras after the master's of every one of his kids. These same 18 gotras today resemble the eighteen parts of the Bhagavadgita, despite the fact that they are not the same as each other, they are as yet identified with each other to shape the entirety. Under this course of action, Agroha succeeded extremely well and thrived. In the last piece of his life, Maharaj Agrasen selected his oldest child Vibhu to the position of royalty and took up the Vanaprasth Ashram. The flourishing of Agroha, caused indigestion in huge numbers of the neighboring lords and they as often as possible assaulted it. In view of these animosities, Agroha needed to confront various issues. At the appropriate time, the quality of Agroha was sapped. A tremendous fire overwhelmed the city of Agroha. As a result of the fire, the residents of the city fled and scattered into different zones of Bharat. Today, these same individuals are known as Aggarwals and still have a similar 18 gotras that was given to them from their masters and carry on the acclaim of Maharaj Agrasen. According to Maharaj Agrasen's direction the Aggarwals are in the bleeding edge of social administration.