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Dr K K Aggarwal

Top Characters of Mahabharata

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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To be in harmony with the body (five elements represented by Draupadi), one must acquire five qualities, or in other terms, live a focused life, full of strength and not being disturbed with loss or gain and finally working for the welfare of the society without having any partiality towards anyone.

  • Balanced mind: Yudhishthir (“sthir” or balanced in “yudh” or disturbed state of mind)
  • Focused vision (Arjuna)
  • Using internal power or strength (Bhima)
  • Not being partial or remaining neutral (Nakul)
  • Working for the welfare of the society (Sahdev)

With this, one can kill 100 negative qualities that a person can have (the 100 Kauravas). The hundred negative qualities are acquired because of cunningness (Shakuni), not working with the eyes of the soul (Dhritarashtra) and keeping a blind eye to any wrong happening (Gandhari).

The main negative qualities are taking decisions in day-to-day life situations (Duryodhana: dusht in yudha or war) and choosing wrong choices as a ruler (dusshasana: dusht and shasan).

The positive qualities once acquired will also win over other negative qualities like blind faith or undue attachments (Bhishma pitamaha); unrighteous loyalty (Dronacharya), and unrighteous ego (Karna).

Top Characters of Mahabharata

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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To be in harmony with the body (five elements represented by Draupadi), one must acquire five qualities or in other terms, live a focused life, full of strength and not being disturbed with loss or gain and finally working for the welfare of the society without showing partiality towards anyone.

  • Balanced mind: Yudhishthir (“sthir” or balanced in “yudh” or disturbed state of mind)
  • Focused vision (Arjuna)
  • Using internal power or strength (Bhima)
  • Not being partial or remaining neutral (Nakul)
  • Working for the welfare of the society (Sahdeva)

This way one can kill 100 negative qualities that a person can have (the 100 Kauravas). The hundred negative qualities are acquired because of cunningness (Shakuni), not working with the eyes of the soul (Dhritarashtra) and keeping a blind eye to any wrong happening (Gandhari).The main negative qualities are taking decisions in day–to–day life situations (Duryodhana: dusht in yudha or war) and making wrong choices as a ruler (Dushasana: dusht and shasan).The positive qualities once acquired will also win over other negative qualities like blind faith or undue attachments (Bhishma pitamaha); unrighteous loyalty (Dronacharya) and unrighteous ego (Karna).

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are entirely my own.

Top Characters of Mahabharata

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , , | | Comments Off on Top Characters of Mahabharata

To be in harmony with the body (five elements represented by Draupadi) one must acquire five qualities or in other terms live a focused life, full of strength and not being disturbed with loss or gain and finally working for the welfare of the society without having any partiality towards anyone.

  • Balanced mind: Yudhishtir (“sthir” or balanced in “yudh” or disturbed state of mind)
  • Focused vision (Arjuna)
  • Using internal power or strength (Bhima)
  • Not being partial or remaining neutral (Nakul)
  • Working for the welfare of the society (Sahdev)

With this, one can kill 100 negative qualities that a person can have (the 100 Kauravs). The hundred negative qualities are acquired because of cunningness (Shakuni), not working with the eyes of the soul (Dhritarashtra) and keeping a blind eye to any wrong happening (Gandhari).

The main negative qualities are taking decisions in day–to–day life situations (Duryodhana: dusht in yudha or war) and choosing wrong choices as a ruler (dusshasana: dusht and shasan).

The positive qualities once acquired will also win over other negative qualities like blind faith or undue attachments (Bhishma pitamaha); unrighteous loyalty (Dronacharya) and unrighteous ego (Karna).