Arrows

After keeping Lord Visnu (Krishna) in mind, the name of Arjuna should be intoned by the warrior. Thereafter, he (commanders) should establish his position along with his four types of troops (namely the charioteers the elephant-riders, the cavalry and the infantry). The warriors in whose heart Lord Janardana, whose color is blue like the blue …

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Happy Chhath Puja

Chhath is an ancient Hindu festival dedicated to Surya, the chief solar deity and source of energy and light. Chhath is considered a means to thank the Sun for bestowing energy on the earth as also for fulfilling particular wishes. Hymns praying to the sun can be found in the Vedas, the oldest sacred texts …

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Special Horses of Maharatha’s Chariot

Divine Bow of Maharatha’s Special Horses of Maharatha’s Chariot Part 2; The most famous chariot was what Agni deva brought to the Arjuna for his use for helping him consume Khandava Vana, the chariot of Varuna, built by Visvakarma and called Idamitthama. It came with four white horses raised by Gandharvas. The Chariot also came with …

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Ashwatthama – Victory, Achievement & Defeat

Ashwatthama, the son of Drona and Kripi and Grandson of Bhardwaja. What was the Ashwatthama in Bhishma view? Bhishma said "Drona’s son is a great archer and is superior to all archers. He is colourful in the field of battle and is a maharatha who is firm in wielding weapons. When released from his bow, …

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Special Horses of Maharatha’s Chariot

Divine Bow of Maharatha's Chariots warrior always select the best steeds as per their experience and suggestion from Charioteers, the horses were important factors for warrior's Victory. The horses which were used in Great war, they all were beautiful as like as moon and as fast as wind and as learned as Great Devotee or servants. …

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