The author carefully chooses verses to give a view of the grand, all encompassing scheme of Maharshi Veda Vyasa without a recourse to any interpolations.
The background behind Karna’s motivations and loyalties and a life of destabilization.
The second meeting Karna had was with Kunti. Kunti, the mother who had abandoned her first-born son, Karna, the son who could not bring himself to abandon the friend who gave him a kingdom
Your dharma made you associate with evil people and that is why your dharma could not protect you. My dharma made me stand with the truth. I stood for my principles and I stood on the side of righteousness.
This article breaks down the character of Karna and explores the many internal conflicts he has throughout his life.
Abhinav Agarwal ponders on how the idea and fear of abandonment governed Karna’s thought process before the war.
Abhinav Agarwal ponders on Karna from various episodes of Mahabharata and analyzes why he was considered an Ardharathi by the stalwarts in the Kuru army.