Pengorbanan Gatotkaca

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Gatotkaca adalah ikon yang dianggap Indonesia Bingiittsss….!!!! Padahal nggak terlalu Indonesia juga. Karena tokoh ini diambil dari kisah di Kitab Mahabarata. Orang India juga punya tokoh Gatotkaca versi mereka. 459 more words


Person apart from Arjuna who heard Bhagwad Gita directly from Krishna - Sanjaya

Usually we think that only Arjuna was the only person to whom Bhagwad Gita was told directly bu there is something else which we are unaware of. 143 more words


Mahabalipuram – An exquisite display of art by the Pallavas

I was extremely excited that Mahabalipuram would be the next destination as part of my surprise 4 day birthday trip organised by Steph. This was due to the fact that this recognised UNESCO World Heritage site is home to unique ancient temples with amazing stone carvings depicting great historical events and legends associated with Hindu deities and scripture. 631 more words


Top 5 Apps for Mahabharata

The Mahabharata is the longest known epic poem and has been described as “the longest poem ever written”. Its longest version consists of over 100000 shloka or over 200000 individual verse lines (each shloka is a couplet), and long prose passages. 206 more words


Babruvahana or Babhruvahana is a character in the Mahabharata. He is one of the son of Arjuna, begotten through Chitrangada, the princess of Manipur (present state of northeast india,Manipur or Kangleipak) during the period of his exile at Manipur. 160 more words


Bhagavadgita (Part 1 of 2)

The Bhagavadgītā is a Hindu sacred text that is (a little) part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. It connsists of a dialogue between the Pandava prince Arjuna, a hero son of the god Indra, and his charioteer and guide Krishna, an incarnation of the divine principle. 821 more words


Five Things I Remember When Seeing The Flag On Arjuna’s Chariot

“One day while Krishna was staying with the Pandavas, He and Arjuna prepared themselves to go to the forest to hunt. Both of them sat down on the chariot, which flew a flag with a picture of Hanuman. 1,052 more words

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