in krishna •  last year

A little while ago I read and recorded a simple version of the Mahabharata by C. Rajagopalachari. There are about 100 short chapters. it is an abbreviated version. The original Mahabharata is very very long. But it is written very nicely and fairly easy to understand and follow. the Mahabharata is actually a history of ancient India. Five thousand years ago there was a world war in which all the leaders of the civilized world were killed. Millions of soldiers died also. When they fought it was in a designated area, not like today where the civilians are attacked. Only the soldiers fought. the entire world changed dramatically. The way governments worked etc. It was turning point in human civilization. They also had nuclear weapons but the weapons were launched by mantras. They had weather weapons also. But their sciences were more subtly controlled, mostly by sound. But no less effective. Just a different type of science. I hope you find this series interesting and valuable and it helps to broaden your horizons.

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your post is very good


interesting story @ jiva34 ..

@jiva34 a great post....and keep it up contiously
The Mahabharata, that is, the great Bharatat, is one of the two most important ancient epics of India, the other being the Ramayana.

You are the one who observes the mahabharata
Thanks for sharing such a great post!

Nice post!
Thanks @jiva34 for sharing!

Have you checked out Sankirtan das's storytelling and books?

He lives here in New Vrindaban, but travels. He did the Mahabharta off broadway years ago.

Wonderful person!


Thank you. yes. I've watched some of his videos. Nice.

That was interesting BTW!

Cerita yang melegenda @jiva34 ya...?

an ancient history of India mahabrata Five thousand years ago in the world war.
has become a lagenda

although a story has been for so long, but it is still heard in every corner of India