Krishna’s Dilemma


  I am Krishna and I am going to confess the dilemma I had dealing with emotions of Arjuna. Arjuna who I believe was an enlightened karma yogi, on the eve of the thirteenth day of the great war took an impulsive, self-defeating vow. Arjuna declared to kill Jayadratha before the sunset in the veryContinue reading “Krishna’s Dilemma”

at the end of the great war


Barbarika was woefully shocked to see the impact war has created. Perhaps he regretted why he wished to participate in such duel between two of the biggest armies of the ancient civilisation. Battlefield becomes the biggest loser in any war and it was evident there. The head of Barbarika with its flesh and cells was still activeContinue reading “at the end of the great war”

Why was Barbarika sacrificed?


The world has witnessed many battles. However, if there was ever a battle that symbolised the fight for justice and righteousness, it would be the Mahabharata. That’s why, irrespective of the outcome we respectfully acknowledge the role of Bhishma, Dronacharya and Karna, who fought from the losing side. There was one warrior whose name doesContinue reading “Why was Barbarika sacrificed?”