In the midst of Kurukshetra war, the Epic Mahabharata narrates an instance wherein Arjuna got Pashupata from Shiva for a second time.
the story of Mahabharata took some important twists because of the vows taken by prominent characters either by impulse or by intention.
While we see direct participation of Narayan in Mahabharata, we also witness the presence of Mahadeva throughout the proceedings that culminated in destroying adharma from the root level.
Shiva is in the form of Vishnu and Vishnu is in the form of Shiva. There is no difference between them and both provide Auspiciousness. Hence the Epic Mahabharata got Krishna as well as Shiva dictate the proceedings towards establishing dharma in Dwapar yug.
Mahabharata the Epic had many characters with less page space but more significance in terms of impact and story progression. Madri, the second wife of Pandu was one such character that had a very brief role in the narrative compared to her co-wife Kunti.
On the whole Shakuni of the Epic never fits the role of Pratinayak of the greatest Epic Mahabharat. He was one among the evil four who sided with adharma till the end but he was not responsible for each and every event that moved the story forward to the Kurukshetra battlefield.
The intimate connection shared between Krishna and Arjuna is attributed to a relation in a past life, in which they were Nara and Narayana- sages who took up austere penance.
This offer of Krishna to Karna is the most discussed part from Mahabharata. It is one of the most debated topics since it involves Draupadi Whom Krishna mentions in his speech to Karna while offering the royal crown of the Kuru kingdom.
Mahabharata: Narada in Sabha Parva discusses topics related to trade and economics when he visits Pandavas at Indraprastha in Sabhaparva
Ulupi, undaunted love for Arjuna.
This is an attempt to present the way in which Vyasa Bharat and Puranas have explained the secret of the births of Panchali and Pandavas, that ultimately resulted in such an unconventional marriage.
Archery was one of the prime warfare skills during the Mahabharata period. Our Heros were the most renowned and respected bowmen of all-time.