Why Karna was slain by Arjuna?

- Krishna - The supreme soul or Vedanta or Complete Purusha himself. (Bhagwad Gita) - Arjuna - Individual soul or Prana or Breath of Man (Pandava's) - Yudhisthira - As Budhhi or intelligence of Man - Bhima - As Mind of Man - Nakula and Sahadeva - Arms and Legs of Man - Draupadi - …

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जयद्रथ-वध – मैथिलीशरण गुप्त

Complete Book - Jaidratha Vadh (source - archive.org) उत्तरा विषाद प्रिय-मृत्यु का अप्रिय महा-संवाद पाकर विष-भरा, चित्रस्थ-सी निर्जीव मानो रह गई हट उत्तरा! संज्ञा-रहित तत्काल ही फिर वह धरा पर गिर पड़ी, उस काल मूर्च्छा भी अहो! हितकर हुई उसको बड़ी || कुछ देर तक दुर्दैव ने रहने न दी यह भी दशा, झट दासियों से की …

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Dashavatara – दशावतार कीर्ति

श्री जयदेव जी द्वारा रचित प्रलयपयोधिजले धृतवानसि वेदम् । विहितवहित्रचरित्रमखेदम्॥ केशवाधृतमीनशरीर जयजगदीशहरे॥ When all the waters of all seven seas deluged the earth, oh, keshava, donning the body of a fish you indefatigably upheld all the four Veda's, which by themselves are foreordained to be analogous to ships in transporting souls to the other shore …

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Krishna-Arjuna Friendship – Summary Redux Part 2

Author: Pranshu Saxena Why does Krishna love Arjuna more than his family? Source – The Real Mahabharat of Sage Vyasa Background Stories –  Why does Krishna love Arjuna more than his family?  ***** Let us look at Krishna’s relationships. Let us look at his wives. (We have a separate series of posts on the Wives of Krishna, …

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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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