The sun-god was getting married. The happy news spread far and wide and reached the earth too. Most of the creatures were happy with the news except the frogs. They called a meeting and decided to have the marriage stalled.
One of the young frogs asked, “But how to do that”
Another said, “We will request god Jupiter.”
So, the frogs started croaking day and night. Their croak reached the skies and the gods informed Jupiter of it. Immediately, he made for the earth to see the frogs. Reaching there, he asked, “What is your problem”
The frogs replied, “The sun is terrible even when single. He dries up our homes with his scorching heat. What will happen if he gets married and begets two or three more suns?”
Jupiter laughed and said, “Don’t worry; we shall send the new suns away from this part of the sky.”