This view is quite different from the original myth in Mahabharata. According to an interview by Chitra, she clarifies that Vyasa Rishi had himself hinted about the existence of such an attraction between Karna and Draupadi. It is obvious that he was attracted to her as he wanted to marry her. Another deviation from the existing myth is that when Kunti asks Karna over to her abode and tempts him to change sides. She also informs him that he would be able to marry Draupadi as well, if he switched sides to the Pandavas.
Bhagavad Gita believes in reincarnation but at the same time believes that within their current life, they should still live it to the fullest and leave a legacy behind before they reincarnate into another human being. “For one who has been honored, dishonor is worth than death,” (Bhagavad Gita). Krishna tells Arjuna that even though he will continue on into his next life, he must still live up to his duties and fight this war because it is his destiny and he cannot outrun destiny. Both The Epic of Gilgamesh and Bhagavad Gita want people to live their life to the fullest but for different reasons. In The Epic of Gilgamesh the main purpose for someone to live their life and leave a legacy is because once they die, their life is over and the only way for their name to live on is to leave a legacy behind.
Nevertheless, in the Holy Cave of Shri Mata Vaishno Deviji, one does find stone remains of a human hand, popularly known as Varad Hast (the hand that grants boons and blessings). Mythology and Legends There are several other legends connected with the Vaishnav Devi. A popular one amongst them is the legend of Shridhar's vision. According to the legend, Sridhar was a poor Brahmin who lived in village Hansali near Katra about seven hundred years ago. Sridhar was had no child and therefore, he ardently worshipped the goddess hoping to get a child of his own.
Nigambodh ghat, the realization of knowledge. According to the tradition, even before the time of the Mahabharata, in the epoch known as the Dvaparayuga, Brahma, the creator was cursed and lost his memory and the scripts of Veda. He meditated and performed several austerities for getting his memory back and plunged into the Yamuna. The river was in spate and she threw back the vedas, thus restoring Brahma’s memory. The other legend from the Epic Mahabharat recounts that Dharma Yudishtira, after the battle of Kurukshetra, returned to his capital Indraprastha, and performed the Das Ashwamedha Yajna, or the Ten Horse Sacrifice at the spot not far from here.
The story is about Arjuna, one of five sons (Pandavas) Their father has died, leaving them in the hands of their uncle, Kauravas (Arjuna cousin). In addition, the Bhagavad Gita is about how justice and injustice were exposed from these two families through a war that will separate all parts of society. However, Duryodhana put together a scheme to trick Arjuna and his family out of their estate by any means necessary. Nevertheless, the Bhagavad-gita comes with at least two stages to be examined and the first one would be between Sanjaya and Dhrtarastra and Arjuna and Krsna. First, Gita accepts behavior that is morally of wrong during of wars from the warrior that saying it is malicious and can be stopped.
ASSIGNMENT – BHAGAVADGITA CHAPTER 14 Name: B.V.S.Kedarnath Goud Roll No: ME13B011 INTRODUCTION OF GITA: Bhagavad Gita means “The Song of God”. It was spoken on the battlefield of Kurukshetra by Lord Krishna to Arjuna. It is dialogue of 700 verses between Krishna and Arjuna discussing the five topics of Jiva, Atman, Prakriti, Kala and Karma. The Gita is considered the essence of all Vedic wisdom. Also known as the ‘Gitopanishad’, it is accepted as the chief of 108 Upanishads.
Vishwakarma Agni Shiva Narasimha Vishwakarma is the god of workmanship and industry. He is responsible for building the weapons of gods and also their chariots. His most famous creation, perhaps, is the island city of Lanka in the epic Ramayana. He also trained Nala, the ape who helped to build a bridge from the continent of India to the island of Lanka. f. Some farmers are really unhappy due to drought conditions.
As Shakuntala Rao Shastri puts it — "Its official designation, as indicated by the Colophon is Upanishad and along with Upanishad and Brahamana it is one of the triple canons — prasthanatraya. " It is however, hard to believe that such a discourse could have been held in the midst of two armies waiting for the battle_ Shastri remarks — The battle of Kurukshetra, if it be a historical fact must have taken place some centuries before the birth of Buddha. But we do not find any trace of the fundamental teachings of Gita in the Buddhist period, The book bears traces of a post, Buddhistic age. The reputed author. Sri Krshna if he be a historic figure at all, is not known to be a great philosopher except in the Bhagavadgita"
This practice, also, stemmed from the movement’s focus on internal, mystical, and highly personal devotion to the Divine. Seminal Bhakti works in Bengali comprise the many songs of Ramprasad Sen. His pieces are identified as Shyama Sangeet. Coming from the seventeenth century, they cover an amazing range of emotional responses to Ma Kali, detailing philosophical statements based on Vedanta tradition and more intuitive pronouncements of his lovefor Devi. Using inventive metaphor, Ramprasad had 'dialogues' with the Mother Goddess throughout his poetry, at times chiding her, loving her, celebrating her as the Divine Mother, hasty consort of Shiva and capricious
HOLY GANGA OF THE SOUTH, GODAVARI Dr S.SHAMSHAD, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN ZOOLOGY, KVRGCW (A), KURNOOL. Dr. G. SEETHAMMA, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN ZOOLOGY, GDC (M), KURNOOL. The Godavari River rises near the Trimbak in the district of Nasik in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The river runs almost for a length of 1,465 km and has a total catchment area of 31mha. The river flows in the eastward direction through the states of Maharashtra and joins the Bay of Bengal in Andhra Pradesh.