Hari Om Both are equally good ways in meeting with psycho-relief of the self. Visiting temples and getting attached to the divine activity is spiritual mainly to meet with inner satisfaction and peace. Donating to the poor is a practical way to derive the same (manava sevaye madhava seva - service to man is service … Continue reading FAQ: Which is better —Donating to a Temple or Donating to the poor?
Hari Om Karna parva has 96 chapters and 5175 slokas in it. After the slaughter of Dronacharya, distressed Duryodhana and others kings went to Asvatthama. While consoling grief-stricken Asvatthama, they suggested him to follow the system of science. Later, they returned back to their camps at the time of sun set. Though they were at … Continue reading KARNA PARVA (Mahabharata)
Hari Om Soon after Krishna had returned from Hastinapur, Duryodhana sent a challenge to the Pandavas. His messenger spake, saying: “You have vowed to wage war against us. The time has come for you to fulfil your vow. Your kingdom was seized by me, your wife Draupadi was put to shame, and you were all … Continue reading The Battle of Eighteen Days – The Mahabharata
Hari Om Seeking blessings The war was just about to begin. The two armies – that of the Kauravas and the Pandavas – were arrayed facing each other, on the battlefield. Yudhishtra suddenly got down from his chariot and walked towards the Kaurava camp. His brothers were surprised and worried. They called out to him, … Continue reading Untold Stories – From Mahabharata
Hari Om While the Battle of Kurushetra was at its climax, Arjuna and Karna were fiercely fighting each other. It was a battle to witness, a flurry of arrows were being exchanged, and even Gods and Rishis were witnessing this exceptionally long and tough battle between the two great warriors. Image Courtesy: Pinterest Arjuna would … Continue reading The Power of Divine Will – True Story from Mahabharata