He defeated duryodhana twice and even made Karna swoon on his chariot. Follow Storypick on, This Powerful Story From Mahabharata Shows Why Yudhisthira Was A Real Genius, New Parents Apologise To Neighbour For Their Crying Baby, Tweeple Shower Their Support, Tyre Fixer’s Son Saves Money By Making Idols, Uses It To Make Battery-Powered Motorcycle, “At Times We Didn’t Have Single Rupee In House”: Farm Labourer’s Daughter Secures Seat In AIIMS, “I Am Getting All Hero Roles Now,” Sonu Sood On How His Image As An Actor Changed In 2020, Sujoy Ghosh Says Filmmaking Is The Toughest Job, People Say ‘Become A Parent First’, Varun Recalls The Time He Fell In Love With GF Natasha: “It Was On The Basketball Court”, Actress Molested At Shopping Mall In Kerala, Says “Being A Woman Has Been Very Tiring”. During his twelve-year exile, Yudhishthira learnt to magically control dice from the s… EXTRACT FROM GURCHARAN DAS'S BOOK, The Problem of Being Good. Yudhisthira: “Desire is due to objects of possession”. He gave very rich presents to the priests and to the poor. Doesn’t matter if you’re religious or not, these answers are golden words which can help you a lot whenever you feel lost in life. Giving up all their belongings and ties, the Pandavas, accompanied by a dog, made their final journey of pilgrimage to the Himalayas. It can be strengthened with the application of Yudhisthira’s defensive Noble Phantasm. Yudhisthira: “By renouncing desire one becomes wealthy; and to renounce avarice(extreme greed) is to obtain happiness”. They were justified. Yudhisthira: “The mother is weightier than the earth; the father is higher than the heaven”. The story of Yudhisthira (Dharmaraja) In the great Hindu epic Mahabharata, Yudhisthira was the eldest son of King Pandu and Queen Kunti, king of Hastinapura and Indraprastha, and World Emperor. When Yudhisthira was crowned as a ruler after the great war of Mahabharata had finished, Yudhisthira lost interest in decision-making work of his empire. Yudhisthira (pronounced yoo-dish-tira), the oldest brother, followed by a loyal dog. When Yudhisthira reached Heaven, he saw that all the Kauravas were in … He came across a beautiful pond and ready to drink water hurriedly. The story seems too tall that we must be faithful and honest on our work. He performed a Rājasūya sacrifice which established him as world emperor. Upon the onset of the Kali Yuga and the departure of Krishna, Yudhishthira and his brothers retired, leaving the throne to their only descendant to survive the war of Kurukshetra, Arjuna's grandson, Parikshit. Same thing happened with rest of the Pandavas who came in search of their brothers. Yudhisthira: “He is noble who desires the well-being of all creatures, and he is ignoble who is without mercy”. The book is also a semi-autobiographical tale of King Yudhisthira. Yudhisthira-- Jaya through his eyes by Mohana 1.3K 59 3 A humble attempt to portray some snippets of the huge epic Jaya aka Mahabharat through the eldest Pandava, Yudishthira's eyes. Literal Comprehension: Once in the exiled period five Pandav brothers grew thirty while running after a deer in the forest of Yaksha. Yudhisthira felt that if she had not kept the secret from them then the rivalry between the Pandavas and the Kauravas wouldn’t have resulted in something so catastrophic. Yudhishthira was a polyglot, knowing unusual languages. He came across a beautiful pond and ready to drink water hurriedly. So, I made them unconscious. – The story goes that during their exile, Pandavas came across a  Brahmin whose “Arani”(wooden blocks to light fire) were stolen by a deer. Contents. As well as showing us all the little flaws that prevent the great heroes from entering heaven in their earthly bodies, the story demonstrates Yudhisthira’s proper