8 Life Lessons To Learn From The Epic Mahabharata

The greatest epic that has ever been written, Mahabharata sure is practical, and offers many lessons as the story progresses. In fact, it can very well be called our own mythological Game of Thrones, sans the goriness and explicit content of the latter. With rich characters weaved into a plot so engrossing, it sure comes off as a saga which finds its relevance in almost all aspects of life, even today.

Let us take a look at some of the lessons of life that we learn from the epic.

1. Duty is foremost, even if you have to hurt your loved ones in the process. You have to do justice and take the most difficult decisions, for the greater good.


2. Arjun’s concentration level is what is required when you really want to achieve your targets.


3. Hell hath no fury, like a woman scorned! Draupadi endured a lot, yet stayed quite for the morals she was brought up with. But when her honour was marred in front of the intellectuals who did not raise a word, she unleashed the wild side, in front of which even God bowed down.

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