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Names of 100 Kauravas Mahabharata Family Tree

Many have asked me in person and on email the names of all the Kauravas in The Mahabharata. I am furnishing the List. Sons. Duryodhanan Dussaasanan Dussahan Dussalan Jalagandhan Saman Sahan …

Draupadi prays to Krishna: "Krishna!" she cried. "O Govinda! O Keshava! Krishna Leela, Krishna Radha, Krishna Love, Hindu Deities, Hinduism, Srila Prabhupada, Lord Krishna Images, Krishna Painting, India Art
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Shrimad Bhagavat Geeta - Chapter 1 - Verse - Shlok 6 yudhamanyus ca vikranta uttamaujas ca viryavan saubhadro draupadeyas ca sarva eva maha-rathah Ganesha Art, Krishna Art, Radhe Krishna, Indian Gods, Indian Art, Bhagavata Purana, Krishna Leela, Spiritual Images, Religion
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Illustration “The Ordeal of Queen Draupadi” from “Indian Myths and Legends” by Donald A. Mackenzie and illustrated by Warwick Goble, published 1913 Children's Book Illustration, Illustrations, Warwick Goble, 7 Arts, Hindu Art, Arabian Nights, Indian Paintings, Art Plastique, Antique Art
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Gypsy Purple Loves.......

Capturing all the things that I love and appreciate and all the visual eye candy that inspires and motivates me......although I am totally captivated by all things French and vintage, this blog will be more about my bohemian side and all that visually stimulates my art.......

Yudhisthira, the last surviving hero of the Pandavas, walks up to heaven with his dog - scene from the Indian epic The Mahabharata via Wikipedia. Lazuli, Sri Rama, The Mahabharata, Krishna Love, Lord Krishna, Festival Lights, Gods And Goddesses, Religious Art, Indian Art

Yudhisthira, the last surviving hero of the Pandavas, walks up to heaven with his dog - scene from the Indian epic The Mahabharata via Wikipedia.

Pandava brothers present Drupadi to their Mother, Vedic art, oil painting, by Dominique Amendola Brother Presents, The Mahabharata, Beautiful Love Stories, Lord Krishna, Krishna Hindu, Lord Shiva, Hindus, Indian Art, Indian Gods
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Sathya Sai with Students: Sri Sathya Sai highlights a Lesson on Whistle Blowing from the Epic Mahabharata Krishna Leela, Shree Krishna, Indian Gods, Indian Art, Dharma Yoga, Hindu Deities, Hinduism, Bhagavata Purana, The Mahabharata

Draupadi Vastraharan

The Mughal emperor Shah Alam hands a scroll to Robert Clive, the governor of Bengal, which transferred tax collecting rights in Bengal, Bihar and Orissa to the East India Company. Raja Ravi Varma, William Dalrymple, Modern India, The Mahabharata, Seven Years' War, East India Company, Shah Alam, History Of India, Asian History
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Ketika Blok Indraprasta Terlepas | Catatan Sawali Tuhusetya

Wajah Yudistira memerah seperti kepiting rebus. Sorot kamera para juru foto bagaikan mata kilat yang hendak merobek-robek wajahnya. Pandangan matanya tertunduk. Tak hanya Indraprasta yang kini telah hilang, tetapi juga seluruh prajurit, saudara-saudaranya, dan Drupadi, isteri tercintanya. Perangkap yang dipasang Sengkuni dan Duryudana benar-benar berhasil memperdayai dirinya. Pandawa tak hanya kehilangan harga diri, tetapi juga kedaulatan negara yang selama ini menjadi tempat hidup ratusan…

Warrior Arjuna with Krishna - driving the chariot in the epic The Mahabharata. Bhagavata Purana, Yoga Images, The Mahabharata, Hanuman, Krishna Radha, Great Warriors, Krishna Painting, India Art, Epic Art
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Introduction The value and importance of the army were realized very early in the history of India, and this led in course of time to the maintenance of a permanent militia to put down dissensions. War or no war, the army was to be maintained, to meet any unexpected contingency. This gave rise to the Ksatriya or warrior caste, and the ksatram dharman came to mean the primary duty of war. To serve the country by participating in war became the svadharma or this warrior community. The…

From the Mahabharata: Draupadi with her five husbands - the Pandavas, painting by Raja Ravi Varma, ca. Indian Gods, Indian Art, Raja Ravi Varma, The Mahabharata, Photos Hd, Hindu Deities, Hindu Art, Indian Paintings, Ravivarma Paintings
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Pandava

the Pandava (Sanskrit: पाण्‍डव pāṇḍavaḥ; also, Pandawa) are the five acknowledged sons of Pandu (Sanskrit: पांडु), by his two wives Kunti and Madri. Their names are Yudhisthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva. Although, Karna is told by Lord Krishna that according to the laws and ethics he is the first son of Kunti making him the eldest Pandava. Hence, he is also a Pandava and one could say that there were six pandavas instead of five. All 5 brothers were married to the same woman…

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annoying Keechaka hitting on Draupadi

Here Shakuni was adept in this game of dice. He had specially prepared dice that followed his command! He could very easily fix the game where victory of Kauravas was assured. Thus after proper persuasion, Dhritarashtra sent invitation to Yudhisthira to participate in the game of dice... Bhagavata Purana, Wise Person, Sanskrit, Hinduism, Mythology, Literature, At Least, Facts, Indian

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Draupadi aka Panchali (daughter of Panchal’s king), Lord Krishna’s cherished adoptive sister. The great epic text Mahabhrata describes how Krishna ran to help her when she was being disrobed before her husbands – the mighty Pandavas, her in-laws and the entire Kingdom of Hastinapur by her vile and scheming brother-in-laws (the Kauravas) after her husbands lost her to the Kauravas in the famous game of dice. Krishna even played a key role in restoring her dignity and lost wealth of the…

Raja Ravi Varma, Pleasing - South Indian culture -Raja Ravi Varma's paintings combined European techniques with a distinctly south Indian sensibility. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ravivarma Paintings, Indian Art Paintings, Painting Prints, European Paintings, Kerala, Freedom Fighters Of India, Raja Ravi Varma, Indian Literature, Indian Artist
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Katasraj Mandir is a Hindu mandir situated in Choa Saidan Shah, Chakwal district, Punjab in Pakistan. Dedicated to Shiva, the temple has existed since the days of Mahābhārata and the Pandava brothers spent a substantial part of their exile at the site. Hindu Mandir, Indian People, Places Of Interest, Pilgrimage, Incredible India, Shiva, Blessings, Indiana, Temple

Katasraj Mandir is a Hindu mandir situated in Choa Saidan Shah, Chakwal district, Punjab in Pakistan. Dedicated to Shiva, the temple has existed since the days of Mahābhārata and the Pandava brothers spent a substantial part of their exile at the site.

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Draupadi bringing the evil Keechaka a drink.