Foul play – Bhishma on bed of arrows | Mahabharata Painting

10th day of the war - The pressure was on Arjuna to kill Bhishma. Because the old man was unbeatable and ruined Pandava's army. 10 days have passed already. War materials are being consumed day by day. But the war expanded in its own way. So a foul play was planned by Krishna. He suggested … Continue reading Foul play – Bhishma on bed of arrows | Mahabharata Painting

Kichaka disgraced Draupadi | Mahabharata Paintings

Pandava-s spent 12 years in forest and 1 year in incognito. They seceded themselves and approached Virata kingdom. Yudhishthira joined for a job as King's advisor Kanka, the mighty Bhima as cook Ballava, Archer Arjuna as dance teacher Brihannala, Nakula as Horse keeper Granthika and Sahadeva as sage Tandibala. Draupadi became Sairandhri. Draupadi served Sudeshna … Continue reading Kichaka disgraced Draupadi | Mahabharata Paintings

Kuru princes at Drona’s school | Mahabharata Paintings

Ekalavya's Guru dakshina, Wikipedia

Kaurava-s and Pandava-s were grown up in Hastinapur. They attained the age to start proper education and martial arts to increase their endurance. Kripacharya Kripa was grown up in Hastinapur. He was found by Shantanu from forest along with her sister Kripi. He became the first teacher for kuru princes. Dronacharya, tutor with a revenge … Continue reading Kuru princes at Drona’s school | Mahabharata Paintings

The royal marriages: Pandu with Kunti & Madri – Dhritarashtra with Gandhari | Mahabharata Paintings

Kunti's marriage with Pandu, Painting from Jammu and Kashmir

Kunti and Karna Surasena was the chief of Yadu-s. He is the father of Vasudeva. His daughter was named as Pritha, a matchless beautiful girl. Surasena gifted her female child to Kuntibhoja, his father's sister's son, as he was childless. In her step-father's house, she was appointed to greet and honor the gods and guests. … Continue reading The royal marriages: Pandu with Kunti & Madri – Dhritarashtra with Gandhari | Mahabharata Paintings

Satyavati | Mahabharata Painting

Satyavati was supposed to be the most lovable or powerful matriarch in Indian Mythology. But the fate ruined her dreams and eventually she was faded out. The Birth Satyavati's birth was a tragic one. She was one of the twin babies. She was abandoned by her biological father, king Uparichara. I understood the story of … Continue reading Satyavati | Mahabharata Painting