Top 10 Life Lessons You Should Learn From Mahabharata
The Mahabharta is written by Vyasa. It is a Great Epic of Hindu mythology it refers to Krishna as the conch-blowing city-builder, warrior, leader, philosopher, statesman, and charioteer covered with the grime of war. The Mahabharata took place at Kurukshetra when Draupadi was gambled away by her five husbands (Yudhishthira, Bhim, Arjun, Nakul, Sehdev) in front of Kauravas one of the slaves dragged Draupadi by her hai to the gambling hall and disobeyed her in public. She demands Justice appeals to decency but no one comes to her.