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2 month agoAuthor: Pt. Vijayshankar Mehta
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- Duryodhana had all the comforts, yet he became unrighteous, Kunti explained to the Pandavas the difference between religion and wrongdoing.
story- What to do and not in the upbringing of children can be understood by two families of Mahabharata. One family was of the Kauravas and the other was the Pandavas. The Kauravas had everything for convenience, servants to do everything. At the same time, the childhood of the Pandavas was spent in the absence.
After the deaths of Maharaj Pandu and Madri, Kunti single-handedly raised Yudhishthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula-Sahadeva. Gave knowledge of religion and wrongdoing, gave good rites and taught them to do their own work. The Pandavas’ childhood was spent in the jungle because Maharaj Pandu came to the forest to live a ascetic life by handing over his kingdom to elder brother Dhritarashtra due to the curse of a sage. His five sons were also born here.
There were many big problems in the life of Pandavas, but the effect of Kunti’s rites was that they did not go through the path of religion even in the opposite times. This is why he got support of Shri Krishna. On the other hand, Dhritarashtra and Gandhari gave everything to their offspring, but did not give good rites. Duryodhana did not keep an eye on the good and bad deeds. He loved his children very much. Because of this love, Dhritarashtra was always silent on Duryodhana’s iniquity.
Everyone knows the result. The Mahabharata War took place. Duryodhana relied on warriors like Bhishma, Dronacharya and Karna. Whereas, the Pandavas were not dependent on anyone else. The entire Kaurava dynasty came to an end in the war. The Pandavas won, because they had good values, because of religion was with Sri Krishna.
Learning For the good life of children, a good education is more important than happiness. Make children self-sufficient so that in future they will not depend on anyone else.