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Droupadi and Dushashana

Droupadi and Dushashana

Arun Maji

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Don’t cry Droupadi

Don’t cry.

Dushashana wants, hide his face

He needs your cover.

Give him your wear, Droupadi… 197 more words

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Things I Learned From Mahabharata

I’m a big fan of Mythology. Here are some few things which I learned from Mythology.

1. Never accept a person as spouse who puts a lot of conditions in the first place: 39 more words

Mahabharata

No, it’s not Islamic Conquest, Nor Pseudo Secularism, It’s Misogyny in a Patriarchal Society for the Rape Epidemic

This article/blog https://vijaygkg.wordpress.com/2012/12/23/delhigangrape/ is one of the most bizarre explanations I have come across about the so-called rape epidemic in India.

According to the author, India in the pre-Islamic era was liberal because..hold your breath..”What might have passed for miniskirts today, were worn (by women) without comment or attracting unwelcome attention.” And he gives the example of this Ajanta painting to prove his point: … 1.250 more words

Lord Krishna and His Modest Friend Sudama

Lord Krishna brought an end to His maternal uncle Kamsa’s evil acts by scripting his death in a unique manner. Afterwards, Ugrasena, Kamsa’s father, was made the King of Mathura. 725 more words

Lord Krishna

Mumbai- The new-age Kurukshetra

Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra, is the most popular and the most populous city of India. It is also the wealthiest city of India that houses the highest number of millionaires and billionaires…Located on the west coast of India, it is basically a culmination of seven islands constituting of fishing colonies till the mid-eighteenth century. 1.165 more words

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Bhima, Draupadi and the lotus flowers

This post is just a little bonus to illustrate the fact that flowers have a positive influence on people’s mood.

I am presently reading the very excellent book of Devdutt Pattanaik “JAYA – an illustrated retelling of the Mahabharata”. 286 more words

Flowers