Matsya Avtar Story:
when he took water in his hand for this purpose there came a tiny fish with the water into his hand. Satyavrat left the fish in the river. The Fish said to Styavrat,” O king! Large creatures of water kill small creatures and eat them. Surely a bigger creature will kill me and eat me.
Please protect my life”. He put the fish in his pot filled with water. Then an amazing incident took place. In one night the body of the fish increased so much that the pot started falling short for his living. On the second day, the fish said Satyavrat- O king! “Find another place to live in, because my body has increased. I used to have a lot of trouble walking around”.
Satyavrat took out the fish from the pot and kept it in a water filled area. Even here, the body of the fish became so thick in the night that it was He too fell short for his living. On the second day the fish again spoke to Satyavrat – O kong! Manage me somewhere else to stay, because it is too falling short for my living.
Then Satyavrat took out the fish and put it in a lake, but the lake also fell short for the fish. After that Satyavrat gave the fish the river. Then put it into the sea. Surprise! In the sea, the body of the fish increased so much that it fell short for the fish to live. So the fish again said with the truth – O king! This sea is not suitable for my living too.
Make your arrangement somewhere else.
You will reach a boat. You will sit on the boat with seven sages all the grains and medicines. I will be able to see you again at the same time and will give you the knowledge of the soul. Satyavrat, from that day, remembering Vishnu and waiting for the catastrophe.
The sea also started flowing out of its boundaries. In a very short time the water was burnt down on the entire earth. The whole earth was absorbed into the water. At that time a boat appeared. Satyavrat sat on that boat with seven sages. They also filled the entire grains and drugs seeds on the boat.
God again gave the Vedas to Lord Brahma. In this way, God has saved the Vedas by adopting the form of a fish, as well as the welfare of the creatures of the world done.