The main idea of religious scripture is to showcase the theme of morality and justice, i.e. ‘what is right’ and ‘what is wrong’. With this theme only the epic story of Mahabharat was written. But apart from morality and justice, there are many other life lessons that an ancient epic teaches us to develop ourselves fully as a human being.
The story of Mahabharat started with the story of Kuru clan and ultimately their descendent divided into two groups. There were two cousin brothers group; one was Kauravs (with hundred brothers) and Pandavs (with five brothers). The Kauravs were cruel and
That war saw many great warriors, who participated from different corners of the globe. But among those great warriors everybody did not have equal strength. There were warriors whose strength was unparallel.
But who was that person, who was the greatest among all those warriors?
There was a noble hearted man who had such strength, that with his ability he could finish the Great War within just one moment and even he could finish this entire earth even.
The central idea behind the story revolves that how a simple human being, with his dedication could able to transform himself and gather unparallel strength. We everybody has the same body and mind, but few could achieve their desired goals in their life and others could not. If one has same body and mind, then why does it happen?
‘Not because of body or mind, it is solely because of one’s inner ability by which one becomes successful in life. If you think positive and try to reflect that positivity in your work, you will achieve everything.’
Everybody has the power within him to become God. Only one has to know that correct direction and his goal must be very clear to become great.
‘Barbarik’ is the biggest example. How he has gathered such strength and how he became such powerful, we will discover in this book.
‘You could win, if you desire to win.’
Absolutely an excellent piece of literary work.