1. Yoga of Arjuna's Grief

Said Dhritarashtra: When Pandu’s sons met mine for battle on the Field of Dharma, the Field of Kuru, tell me what happened, Sanjaya.

Said Sanjaya: When Prince Duryodhana beheld the army of the Pandavas drawn up in battle order he approached his teacher and spoke thus: “Behold, Master, this grand army of the Pandavas marshaled by your able pupil Drupada.” 408 more words

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The Bhagavad Gita, Some Context

For those interested, the version of the Bhagavad Gita referenced here was originally published serially in The Mountain Path, the quarterly journal of Sri Ramanasramam, from April 1965 to October 1969. 357 more words

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A Krishna-Arjuna Episode

One morning, Krishna and Arjuna went out on a walk.

Suddenly Krishna paused in his stride and looked up.

‘Arjuna, see this beautiful white dove flying above.’ 191 more words


How Lord Krishna acted as a trickster and unfolded the Case files of few personalities in Mahabharatha

Few case files are still lying unopened, or opened and closed during discourses, or forgotten as it is in the epic, or buried deep, or found to be of no use as it has no vested interest in anybody connected with it. 510 more words

Suyodhana and Duryodhana

Short Stories on this website by Nandakumar Karanam is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

“ Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please” 648 more words

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What is my Karma?

I read the Bhagvad Gita once again…yes, because the profound messages that the short text contains, cannot be internalized by reading the book once, twice or even ten times. 402 more words