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The epic by Veda Vyasa narrating the great war fought in India between the Kauravas and the Pandavas.

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is, in fact, the most read portion of the Mahabharata. However, even this can be somewhat difficult without an understanding of the culture and time for whom it was initially written. On the other … Mahabharata. That's why it's such a great introduction! I recommend the translation by Winthrop Sargeant. SUNY made a pocket version of his translation which I often carry in my purse. I am a big fan …
answered Mar 31 '18 by Rubellite Yakṣī
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Where is the sacred place near Indraprastha upon which Yudhisthira's Rajasuya-yajna occured?
asked May 10 '18 by Rubellite Yakṣī
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Throughout the Mahabharata the Pandavas are praised for their devotion to religion. But, on more than one occasion they remain safe because they dress as, and pretend to be, Brahmins. They did this …
asked May 24 '18 by Rubellite Yakṣī
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Indeed, prakṛti is equilibrium of the guṇas; They are guṇas of prakṛti, not of ātman. Known as sattva, rajas, and tamas, Respectively, they cause sthiti, utpatty, and anta. —Bhāgavata P …
answered Mar 17 '18 by Rubellite Yakṣī