Pandavas and Nagas: A brutal tale of revenge in Mahabharata! | Mysticism Blog on Speakingtree.in

Pandavas and Nagas: A brutal tale of revenge in Mahabharata! | Mysticism Blog on Speakingtree.in

Misconceptions of Hinduism - 16 Shocking misconceptions about Hinduism

Misconceptions of Hinduism - 16 Shocking misconceptions about Hinduism

Do you know about, Kurukshetra, where the battle of Mahabharata is believed to have been fought? Check out Speaking Tree for details.

Do you know about, Kurukshetra, where the battle of Mahabharata is believed to have been fought? Check out Speaking Tree for details.

Wise words from the great man himself: Bhishma Pitamah (Mahabharata).The closest translation to the word ‘Dharma’ is “religion”. The word itself means much, much more. It represents a sustainable, righteous & morally correct way of living.Bhishma himself is a pivotal figure in the Mahabharat epic. He is influential throughout and often provides the voice of reason to settle disputes.

Wise words from the great man himself: Bhishma Pitamah (Mahabharata).The closest translation to the word ‘Dharma’ is “religion”. The word itself means much, much more. It represents a sustainable, righteous & morally correct way of living.Bhishma himself is a pivotal figure in the Mahabharat epic. He is influential throughout and often provides the voice of reason to settle disputes.

Map of India in the Age of the Mahabharata (c1900)

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Labyrinth Maze:  The Chakravyuha.  The Chakravyuh, or Padmavyuh, described in the "Mahabharata," is a multi-tier defensive formation that looks like a blooming lotus (padma, पद्म) or disc (chakra, चक्र) when viewed from above. The warriors at each interleaving position would be in an increasingly tough position to fight.  Some people believe it was this formation that gave rise to the labyrinth.

Labyrinth Maze: The Chakravyuha. The Chakravyuh, or Padmavyuh, described in the "Mahabharata," is a multi-tier defensive formation that looks like a blooming lotus (padma, पद्म) or disc (chakra, चक्र) when viewed from above. The warriors at each interleaving position would be in an increasingly tough position to fight. Some people believe it was this formation that gave rise to the labyrinth.

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