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No, all sons of Pandavas were not killed. As per Adi Parva Chapter 95, Pandavas other than Arjuna had the following sons Besides these, Yudhishthira, having obtained for his wife Devika, the daughter of Govasana of the Saivya tribe, in a self-choice ceremony, begat upon her a son named Yaudheya. And Bhima also obtaining for a wife Valandhara, the daughter ...


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It seems that that is the case. Here are references from Mahabharatam, Mandalam 10, Vibhaagam 8, narrated by Sanjayan: ... he beheld Uttamauja sleeping on his bed. Attacking him with his foot on the throat and chest, Drona's son slew that great hero also while the latter writhed in agony. Yudhamanyu, coming up and believing his comrade to have been ...


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Biggest misconception is that Mahabharata was fought for establishing Dharma. Mahabharat was a war of Adharma vs Adharma. Even Lord Krishna accepted this thing. If I had not adopted such deceitful ways in battle, victory would never have been yours, nor kingdom, nor wealth! Lord Krishna talks about wealth and kingdom. Where is Dharma? Mahabharat was not ...


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First by defintion, Karna was a Kanina and could be made king Manusmriti 9.172 says pitṛveśmani kanyā tu yaṃ putraṃ janayed rahaḥ | taṃ kānīnaṃ vadennāmnā voḍhuḥ kanyāsamudbhavam || 172 || If a maiden secretly bears a son in her father’s house, that son, born of a maiden, should be declared as ‘maiden-born’ by name, and to belong to the man who ...


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