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Only my adherence to kshatriya duty keeps me on the field.
Sage Vyasa closed his eyes. Vishal Gandhi Fan Club Actor. Why had he allowed the boy to go? Breathing heavily, Yudhishthir watched the tent entrance as it flapped in the evening breeze.
Drona’s son stopped and bowed before the rishi. The Kauravas could not perceive their foes as the hail of missiles fell toward them. Drona’s son smiled and resisted Bheem’s attack, cutting down all his shafts as they came toward him.
Drona Parva – Vyasa Mahabharata
A foolish man seeks his own gain without seeing the painful consequences that will result. Email or Phone Password Forgot account? For his sake, I will, with my friends, lay down my life. Verses are never repeated precisely but are inflected, recast or transformed, and all the time, line by line, the tale moves on, riverine and enveloping, occasionally meandering gently, at other times twisting suddenly, like the haunted streams of blood that crisscross the plain of Kurukshetra.
What need is there of telling him what he should do? Men that are heroic, virtuous and most exalted, having defeated an enemy, neither boast of themselves with harsh words, nor indulge in abusive language. He has already slain your father and now stands ready to kill you as well. The Pandavas became anxious. They surrounded the prince. As all the Pandava warriors lay down on the field, the Narayan-astra concentrated its full force on Bheem.
Yudhishthir was consoled, but he was still worried how to broach the news to Arjun. Alas, beholding the incomparable Abhimanyu fallen to earth, I can derive no pleasure either from victory, the kingdom, or even immortality itself. At once a thick shower of arrows fell from the sky.
In that dreadful battle, those shafts like the very rays of the sun, in a moment, shrouded all the points of the compass, the welkin, and the troops. Overwhelmed with relief at being delivered from danger, they embraced one another and laughed loudly.
Yudhishthir held his head in his hands. No one would have dared inform him of his pavra death on his way back to the tent. Men, horses and elephants were slaughtered and burned to ashes as if caught in the final conflagration that burns the worlds.
He lay with a peaceful expression on his handsome face, his red eyes gazing up at the sky. Comforted by Sage Vyasa’s presence, the Pandavas listened to his soothing words. Filled with rage at the unfair killing of his son, Arjun will annihilate them all.
Lie flat on the ground without weapons. His panic-stricken voice rose above the din parrva the falling missiles striking his soldiers’ armour and shields. Krishna suddenly jumped down from His chariot and ran toward Bheem, telling Arjun to come with Him. Releasing his mantra-inspired shafts with all his power, he pierced every part of his body. Parba should not any longer fight. Yudhishthir asked the sage how Jayadrath had been able to hold him and his brothers in check, and Sage Vyasa told him about Siva’s boon.
Razor-edged discuses, axes, flaming spears, and spiked maces filled the air. Even though he was only sixteen, he had not hesitated to join his father in the parvw. Finally, in one wheeling manoeuvre, they struck each other on the head and fell senseless to the ground.