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Draupadi: Arjuna is the Sole Husband – Sree Krishna. Kalki Revealed in Yugadharma in 2000. Translated by Sreekumari Ramachandran.

Arjuna, the Sole Husband of Draupadi – Sree Krishna

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Kalki Revealed in Yugadharma, Malayalam monthly, in the year 2000. Thereafter, published as book in 2008 by Kalkipuri Publication.


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Historical Evidences

Kunti was meditating on Lord Sree Krishna while busily preparing food for those who would arrive soon. There was very little space and convenience in the potter’s house. But in her present situation, that was a blessing. She was worn out due to her long tiresome journeys. There was no one to share her burden of work and she was exhausted.

Food should be ready when her sons reach home. She slipped into fond reflections of her sons while cooking. Bhima would be famished by now. Yudhishthira couldn’t stand the pangs of hunger even a short while. Arjuna would never complain. Nakula and Sahadeva also would suffer silently. They were very understanding and co-operative. Five gems, her sons! But what a fate! Her thoughts wandered around them.

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Did she hear their footsteps outside? She listened. Yes! They were coming! Kunti was instantaneously relieved of her anxiety though she was fatigued and her body craved for rest. Her long journeys had taken their toll on her. Even rising up from her seat was a painful effort but she tried to ignore all her pains and immersed herself in the finishing touches of her cooking.
Suddenly, she heard the joyous outburst of Yudhishthira from outside “Ma, see the extraordinary alms we have got today!” She answered spontaneously without thinking, “Whatever it is, share it equally among yourself”!! Hearing this hasty reply, Yudhishthira was puzzled and disturbed. When Kunti hurriedly reached out to receive her sons, she saw Draupadi. She was shocked to realise the gravity of her thoughtless words. She had mistaken the ‘alms’ to be the usual things they brought home daily. She was devastated! Who was this Lady? She enquired about Draupadi, taking care not to show her mental turbulence outside.

Yudhishthira gave a very tactful reply to Kunti’s queries. “This is the most appropriate reward for Arjuna’s valour.” His presence of mind was always intact, he had the ability to speak amiably on any occasion to anybody, without revealing his mind. He narrated the happenings that led to the swayamvara of Draupadi to Arjuna. After hearing him, Kunti composed herself and received Draupadi with suitable formalities and courtesies and took her in. Then she addressed her sons with compassion. “The words I have uttered should not be in vain. But at the same time, nothing should go against ethics and morality.” But in her heart she started repenting her own thoughtless words. Seeing the plight of his mother, Arjuna said that they would obey their mother without questioning. But Kunti was in a dilemma. Draupadi was not just an object but a human and how could she be shared equally. Others also fell silent. Yudhishthira spoke decisively that they should ask Vyasa who was the last word regarding right and wrong. His words and its tone frightened Kunti. She asked uneasily, “What about Krishna? Couldn’t he be the adviser”? But Yudhishthira tried to justify his suggestion by saying that no one could surpass Vyasa in Vedas. Kunti resorted to silence knowing that her persistence would end up in dispute and drift between them. ‘Was Yudhishthira manipulating them using her own unintentionally uttered words?’ Kunti was in grief. Yudhishthira again asked, “Shouldn’t the virtuous sons obey their mother’s words to fulfil their filial duty?” Their discussion became very much alive with these words. ‘If so, are we not obliged to follow Ma’s order to share the alms we got?’ Kunti was growing more and more restless because she could see Yudhishthira’s hidden intentions behind his show of propriety. Bhima said that Yudhisthira’s decision should be regarded as the final regarding the issue since he was the eldest and so the wisest of them all. Yudhishthira asked for a repose after which he would be in a position to speak out his decision. So the brothers got up and Kunti rose to escort them to serve them food. Suddenly she froze at the door! Draupadi! The beautiful daughter of the king of Panchala, Drupada; the ardent devotee of Lord Krishna; the Krishna-like complexioned princess, Draupadi was standing at the doorway! Would she have heard all their conversation? Aren’t her eyes pleading to Kunti, ‘Don’t, Please don’t’! Kunti was grief struck once again. She invited Draupadi with compassion to have food. After their supper, they retired to their resting places. Kunti was incessantly praying to Krishna to lead them through the right path; to help them adhere to right ethics; to take charge of the situation so that they could just follow Him.

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Kunti was startled out of her tired slumber by a distant sound of galloping horses which were fast approaching. Suddenly she became attentive. Could the enemies have found them out? Had Drupada grown suspicious? Had Arjuna’s archery skills exposed him off to the enemies? Had Dushasana, the disgraceful brother of pious and noble Duryodhana, heard the news? Did he seek any evil path to take revenge? What he always secretly wanted was to grab Duryodhana’s power. Nobody could suspect the poisonous snake hidden in him! Kunti heard the unmistaken sound of the horses’ hoofs and the chariot coming closer and closer, louder and louder. She was filled with fear and anxiety. Who could there being the chariot? Could that be Lord Krishna himself? She woke up from her thoughts, lighted a wick in an earthen holder and glanced at her sleeping sons. There was very little room for them to relax peacefully. They were in fact, crammed together. Kunti’s heart went out to Draupadi when she saw her tired figure curled up in a little space among them. Poor girl! What a fate to be in that hell! Though Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva were sleeping almost touching each other, Yudhishthira had been given a special place separately as a sign of respect. While Kunti was thus reflecting upon her children, hesitating to wake them up, the chariot reached at the threshold of their abode. Kunti immediately woke up everybody including Draupadi and told them what she knew and what she feared. They lost no time in arming themselves and were ready to face the unknown. Arjuna was all alert, Bhima held his club ready to strike, Yudhishthira, Nakula and Sahadeva were also all set for action. They were used to such quick moves and didn’t face any difficulty while preparing themselves to face any danger. If there was going to have any combat, the people who gave them temporary shelter might get frightened and behave like those in other places had. Now that Draupadi was also with them… In spite of five strong and courageous sons they didn’t have a place which they could call their own… Were not all these misfortunes their own making? Kunti’s thoughts of reality were abruptly and rudely disrupted by heavy footsteps outside.

‘Hey Pandavas, open the door. We are not enemies, but friends.’ They heard a voice. Kunti roughly calculated the number of people from the noise of the shuffling of their feet. They were many. Meanwhile, Yudhisthira opened the door without fear. What a surprise! king of Panchala, Drupada had come with his people! Though with limited material resources, Yudhishthira extended a very grand welcome to the honourable guests and paid them due respects. Still Drupada was filled with grief to see the plight of Draupadi. What a fall for someone who had lived a princely life! Fate had been very cruel to her. He consoled himself thinking that at least she got the husband whom she had wished for; everything else could be set right in due course. Even while thinking so, his eyes were overflowing with tears.

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Drupada profusely apologised for waking them up at those odd hours. He had suspected the five who had come coveting Draupadi at the swayamvara were none other than the Pandavas. He cleared his doubt by verifying with Lord Krishna even though Krishna was not present at the swayamvara. Once he became sure of their true identity, he was rushing to see his dear daughter, unmindful of the time of the day. Drupada’s words of humility stole the heart of the listeners. It was obvious that those words had come straight from his heart. Draupadi was a prized possession of Drupada and he had never before known the sorrow of separation from her. On top of that, he came to realise that as a father he had in many ways fallen short of fulfilling his duties towards his daughter. Lord Krishna was instrumental for this realisation. This was the reason for him to make this unpremeditated journey. Kunti observed Yudhishthira’s expression to see if Drupada’s words explaining his reasons for the visit had created any uneasiness in him. But Yudhisthira was composed and he courteously said that their hut was blessed by the visit. His words pleased Drupada very much.

Meanwhile, the sound of the chariot had aroused the curiosity of the villagers and they started trickling in to see who had arrived. The guards rose to the occasion and dispersed the villagers as per the instructions of the King. Their conversation was resumed after that. Drupada said that the purpose of him going there personally was to invite all of them to his palace; noble people like Yudhisthira and his brothers should be invited appropriately and not through a messenger. He also said that Lord Krishna was waiting for all of them.

Drupada’s words arouse suspicion in Yudhisthira. Kunti suspected that Yudhisthira would object. But when he added that since their identity had been revealed to the enemies, their security was of prime importance, Yudhisthira consented without hesitation. Kunti’s fervent prayers to the Lord had been answered!

Without wasting any more time they commenced their journey. Nobody spoke much on the way. Kunti was silently praying to Almighty Lord ShivaDeva and VishnuDeva. She gained confidence that all would go well with the blessings of Lord Krishna. Draupadi would not be made to suffer the humiliation of becoming a wife to five brothers. Lord would see to it. Subjecting her to such an embarrassment was unthinkable! Any lady with self-respect would be succumbed by such an insult! And Draupadi, being the daughter of a King would not have any dearth of self-respect. Till that moment, in spite of facing such an awkward situation, Draupadi had only behaved with dignity and maturity. She might be loving Arjuna so fervently. Otherwise why should she put the swayamvara garland on a loitering vagabond like Arjuna? ‘It should be the will of Lord Krishna’, Kunti immersed herself in deep meditation.

Their chariot reached the palace. The King had made prior arrangements for a befitting welcome to the honoured guests. Draupadi also took rest with Kunti and others. Though the palace was her own home, the place where she was born and brought up, she now completely took up her new role as the bride of Arjuna and seemed to have forgotten her past maiden life. Kunti was surprised at the change that had taken over Draupadi within a single day. She admired her with affection for her matured behaviour.

Drupada formally addressed his guests and as per etiquette extended a warm welcome to them in the assembly of his people. Kunti was at ease as she saw that Lord Krishna was present there and was adorning the most respected position. Krishna started to speak, “Yudhishira, it was I who arranged this meeting to let you know that all your present difficulties would vanish if you follow the path of truth and righteousness. This is an opportunity for that”. But Yudhisthira did not respond. Krishna continued, ‘Now Arjuna is not just another prince. He is the husband of Draupadi and the son-in-law of King Drupada. So it is mandatory that he keeps up the dignity of his position.’ Krishna’s majestic words were keenly listened to by all. Suddenly Yudhisthira came alive, “It’s not yet decided who are going to be Draupadi’s husbands”. Everybody except Krishna was shocked to hear these rather retorting words of Yudhisthira! Kunti was also taken aback. When Krishna half teasingly asked, ‘How could Yudhishthira ever utter such nonsensical words, his resentment grew beyond measure. He said unperturbed, “We are dutiful sons who obey their mother’s words, whatever they be.” He was testing the patience of everybody! Kunti realised that the discussion was taking an unpleasant turn and decided to step in. ‘Listen to me, Krishna. My sons reached home with Draupadi while I was busy cooking food for them. When Yudhishthira called out to me that they had brought some special alms that day, without even checking what it was, I unwittingly told them to share whatever it was equally among themselves. Yudhishthira is now misinterpreting my words!” Kunti’s words were most appropriate in that situation.

Draupadi’s eyes reflected her immense relief in hearing Kunti. But Drupada and his other family members were not so relieved because they could sense tension mounting up in the atmosphere. Krishna tried to lighten the scene by trivialising Kunti’s utterance to her children while she was busy in cooking. Seeing this, Yudhishthira again became agitated. His words became sharper, “So do you mean to say that our mother’s words are to be ignored? Do they have no value?” Krishna tried to convince him that he was mistaken. ‘Ma Kunti herself has confessed that she was otherwise engaged while instructing her sons to share the alms they got and didn’t pay due attention to the happenings outside. She deeply regrets it now. She was only stating the general rule that they always followed and there was no intension in her to ask her sons to make Draupadi a wife for all of them!’ Then he proceeded to analyse the different aspects of the issue with hair splitting precision. ‘The bounty they received that day was not something that could be measured in quantity and then divided equally! The bounty was Arjuna’s wife!’ Then Krishna started shooting questions at Yudhishthira, disarming him of all his senseless arguments. ‘Is it your culture to share one’s own wife among many? Does such an act show any morality? Is it Yudhishthira’s nobility to partake in such a heinous act in the pretext of obeying his mother? Does sharing his own wife exhibit Arjuna’s bravery? Are Yudhishthira and Bhima showing piety by making their brother’s wife their own? How could Nakula and Sahadeva be so immoral as to share their elder brother’s wife? Is it Kunti’s speciality to divide and give her daughter-in-law to all her sons alike? And is it Draupadi’s chastity to remain a wife to many brothers? Should a pious ruler like Drupada support such an unethical deed? I cannot be a part to this immoral act.’ Hearing this all those who were present there lowered their heads. They had no answer to Krishna.

Finally Drupada was relieved of his heavy mind. It was Krishna who had inculcated deep love for Arjuna in Draupadi by telling her stories when she was a small girl. Now she got Arjuna as her husband. Drupada saluted Krishna in his mind. Kunti was also regaining her peace. Draupadi, who was known as Krishna or Panchali was happy and thanked Krishna profusely in her mind. Though Arjuna was a little embarrassed, he also felt pride in Krishna’s words. Krishna, the Eigth Incarnation (Avathar) of VishnuDeva, would always take actions based on strong morals and practicality. He would not support anything illegitimate. Kunti also felt confident that since the issue had reached in the hands of Krishna, it would be settled in the right and amicable manner. Meanwhile, Krishna continued, ‘Motherhood is the last word of selfless love. Although a woman has to enact the roles of a sister, wife, daughter and mother, her position as a mother is the most noble. All her children have an equal place in a mother’s bosom. Hence, when Kunti said ‘divide your bounty equally’, she was only being fair in fulfilling her motherly duty. Everybody should get what they rightfully and morally deserve, or else there would be anarchy and instability in the country. And that would be its downfall. Every action should be based on principles and good values and then only Lord Siva and Lord Vishnu would shower their blessings consistently.

‘Draupadi should be wife to only Arjuna and sister-in-law to the other four brothers, Yudhishthira, Bhima, Nakula and Sahadeva. There would be strong bond and harmony in the relations only if they behave wisely and sensibly.’ Krishna’s judgemental statements were strongly based on the age old culture of the land that still remain to be the pillars of our heritage. ‘A mother gives appropriate food to each one of her children. What she gives to the eldest may not be suitable for the youngest; what is good for one may not be so for another. Requirements depend upon the body structure, age and other factors. She would be satisfied only when she identifies and gives the food that is needed for each one. The quantity and quality of food varies from one to another. It is not wise to insist on giving the same to all the siblings. What is required by the eldest might be too much for the youngest and what is enough for the youngest might be too little for the elder. There it would be foolish to insist on uniformity.’ The words of Krishna were like a soothing shower of nectar on Kunti. Draupadi also was energised by Krishna’s words.

‘It is true that a mother should never show partiality to her children. But should all her children get uniform portions from her, whether they are small or big? This would create difficulties. For the small child the food will be more than what he could consume but for the big child it would be insufficient. Since the general wellbeing of her children is her prime aim, the mother should take into consideration all aspects like age, body structure, health etc. Only then she could be said to be fulfilling her motherly duty. Likewise, Kunti said what they got should be shared equally. That only meant they should take their share according to their position in the family; what they truly deserve.’

‘If royalty itself goes against rules of morality, what would be the fate of the subjects? Pandavas should never set a wrong example.’ Saying this, Krishna glanced at everyone present, especially Draupadi. He continued, ‘As an honourable lady of a royal family, Draupadi had never agreed to be the wife of all the five brothers when she consented for her wedding with Arjuna. Why should she subject herself to the obstinacy of Yudhishthira? Is it not treachery? Even an ordinary citizen has the right to live according to his values; so it goes without saying that Drupadi’s wish could not be violated. Any attempt in that direction would be unacceptable. Decisions should be based on good intention, care, consideration, observation, analysis and wisdom. Only then could those decisions be put into practice. And such practices should be unquestionable morally and ethically.”

‘Arjuna’s elder brother, Yudhishthira should have looked objectively into what Ma Kunthi hastily and thoughtlessly blurted out. He should have analysed it wisely befitting the royal dignity, before telling his opinion. If he had done so, the issue could have been solved in no time. This topic would not have got so much of undue importance.’ Krishna continued, ‘On top of all this, king Drupada’s criterion in selecting the bridegroom was very immature and unethical. Expertise and talent in archery should not have been the yardstick of eligibility to become the groom of his daughter. A clear vision of life, righteousness, practical insight, truthfulness, diligence, enthusiasm, moral courage, care to fulfil duties to parents and elders, wisdom to identify wrong notions and practices and ability to stand away from them, spirituality, flexibility, progressiveness, social awareness, tolerance, adaptability- these are the qualities a king should look for in a prospective groom. A wedding should not be reduced into a competition. In a swayamvara, as conducted here, the bride is choosing her groom from a pool of contestants. In effect, it is like insulting the rejected ones. A marriage is a matter of one’s very personal likes and preferences. It is not to be exhibited in the public but to be held in privacy in a small gathering of relatives and well-wishers only. On the other hand, if the bride selects one out of the many invitees who had come coveting her in marriage, it is equal to insulting the others. This practice should be discouraged. It only breeds rivalry; invites animosity even from friendly neighbouring countries.’

Lord Krishna said he had already made this clear to King Drupada. But he did not take it seriously. It is an individual’s decision to do what he wants. He has the freedom to take an advice or reject it. Krishna’s duty was to reveal the right path and never stand with wrong doings. The doer is solely responsible for his actions, good or bad.

‘I did not partake in the swayamvara, but I know what would have happened there. That is why I reached here and announce my judgement in an issue where morality is at stake. What happens here should not become a blemish to the period of my Avatar. Yudhishthira has to correct his misconceptions. I am not with him in this issue.’ He proclaimed with strong conviction.

Then he continued, ‘In the present state of Pandavas, where they wander with no place even to fulfil their basic needs, priority should be given to finding a solution for that. All problems should be truthfully and earnestly approached if a solution is to be evolved.’

Another context was recalled where the Lord had handled a very difficult situation in the most appropriate manner. Queen Kaikeyi misused the boon given to her by King Dasharatha and asked to send the Seventh Incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Sree Rama, to the forest for fourteen years. What did the Lord do? Discussing with Sree Rama he gathered the truth and weighed the pros and cons, called for the assembly of royals and led the discussion and thereby ultimately evolved the rightful course of action for Sree Rama. Realising his own mistake, Dasaratha stepped down from the throne to entrust the kingdom to Sree Rama. The enthroned Sree Rama very objectively examined the events starting from Dasaratha giving the boon to the happenings that led him to be exiled. He pronounced sentences to the deserving offenders who took the wrong paths. Though Dasaratha, Manthara and Kaikeyi were guilty, their evil intentions had not been fulfilled. As they were publicly proved to be guilty they were in shame and were rejected by the people. No one should suffer punishment twice for one crime. So they were acquitted. To set an example and warn the people who instigate others to commit offences, Manthara was punished. A King should never heed to wrong requests; he should never give boons that would hinder imparting his official commitments; he should not exploit his official position for his personal benefits. Those who pretend to do their duties but have hidden agendas behind them, are to be dealt with as criminals. A King should punish the offender ignoring his relationship with him. That is the moral duty of a King. He should not only uphold the value of truth but also convince the people that he is doing so. ‘The story of Rama, the incarnation of virtues mandatory for a King, is helpful in taking a decision in the present situation’, said Krishna. (Read the first part of ‘The real story of Sree Rama’ by Kalkipuri Publications).

Kunti was amazed at the wisdom of Lord Krishna’s words. She mentally prostrated in front of Him.

Though Yudhishthira’s mind was filling up with resentment towards Krishna, he was not in any position to open his mind in front of all. Drupada rose to the occasion by saying that the course of action for the safety and success of Pandavas including Ma Kunti and Draupadi could be decided in the presence of Krishna.

“Yes”, Krishna said. “Decisions should be befitting the royalty. Draupadi is only Arjuna’s wife. She is the sister-in-law of Yudhishthira, Bheema, Nakula and Sahadeva. They should uphold the values of the age old culture of the land by behaving with dignity. Since Draupadi always treated every one according to what they deserved, usually the Pandava brothers did not crave for undeserving possessions. Here, although their misplaced ambition did not bear fruits, the sheer fact that it occurred in their minds is a warning to Draupadi. She should, hereafter, pay more attention while mingling with them. Or else it will lead to suspicion and criticism which would affect their life. True knowledge of the law of the land alone will help in ruling a country with the blessings of Lord, extending peace and prosperity to the people.” Krishna’s words made Pandavas, including Yudhishthira, uneasy but they had no way but to accept them. Kunti prostrated at the feet of Krishna for setting the stage for Draupadi to live as the wife of only Arjuna.

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“Ma Gandhari! If the hand of the husband is amputated, then is it chastity for the wife also to self amputate her hand to show respect to her husband? Is it an exemplary act? If the husband fall sick, will wife also try to become sick for the gratification of her husband and is it chastity?” Sree Krishna.


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Gandhari saw Sree Krishna, the Eighth Incarnation of Lord Vishnu, for the first time in Hasthinapuri. Though she had heard a lot about Krishna, it was the first time she was meeting him. Being an ardent devotee of Sree Krishna, the noble Gandhari received him with great warmth. She herself paved the way for their conversation.

Krishna asked, “Ma Gandhari, how will you see us if you blindfold yourself?” Gandhari was perplexed.
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“How could you serve your husband and fulfil your marital duties if you are sightless?

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How could you contribute to administrative matters? Shouldn’t you help him in taking care of the well-being of his subjects?

If you cover your eyes, will you be able to fulfil your motherly duties? Won’t you yourself become dependent on others?

A chaste woman is one who serves her husband with devotion. For that, she should have sound health which includes proper vision. If she is blind, tired or handicapped in anyway, how could she look after her husband?

If the husband’s hand is amputated, to show respect should the wife amputate her own hand? Is that the right model of chastity?

If the husband falls sick, should the wife also feign the same sickness instead of taking care of him?

If the husband is blind, it is the wife’s sight that should eradicate his blindness; that way, he would be blessed in getting a wife who can see. But on the other hand, if the wife who should look after her husband blindfolds herself, would she be considered as a noble wife? She will have to resort to other people to look after her husband. Actually, it is the right and duty of a wife to serve her husband by herself. How could she fulfil it through a servant? Is it not against all ethics?

When the husband, though blind, becomes a King, the wife is elevated to the position of Queen. But if she opts to remain blind, how could she give care to King and help in royal administration?

Eye sight is essential for looking after one’s children. So, is she not doing injustice to them by not fostering them if she opts to be blind?

A King and a queen should be role models in their words and deeds in front of their subjects. Only then the people will remain righteous.

Vision is the blessing of the Supreme Organizing Authority and Supreme Preceptor (Lord) ShivaDeva and Supreme Protection Authority (Lord) VishnuDeva to see the beautiful creations. One should be vain and thankless to deny such a unique blessing.

“I will not stand with anything against dharma (equilibrium) and at this instant let me make it clear that I do not accept Gandhari blindfolding herself. It is an unforgivable mistake to continue with a practice which has been proved to be wrong. If realisation is gained, it should be accepted and followed. Logical and practical decisions based on whole-hearted devotion alone should become examples for others. Is Gandhari so proud as to deny the great fortune of the divine darshan of Me, the Eighth Incarnation of Lord VishnuDeva ?”

This flow of nectar-like words of Sree Krishna was an eye opener to Gandhari. Oh! What she had considered to be right till that moment was proved to be absolutely senseless and foolish. Why didn’t any other knowledgeable one tell her this before? Once Gandhari realised the truth, she felt disgust against all except Krishna.

How could they reveal the truth to others if it is obscure to themselves? Instead of blaming others, one should realise their shortcomings and limitations through introspection. That is the right path and method.

Krishna who could read the mind of others realised Gandhari’s thoughts. She instantaneously untied her eyes and was blessed with the darshan of Lord Sree Krishna. She prostrated and surrendered herself at his feet. After that, she did not blindfold her eyes throughout her life to deny her sight to honour her blind husband, King Dhritarashtra.

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Kalki revealed the real history of Gandhari and Sree Krishna. Kalki Purana by Agastya and Vishvamitra. Divine conversation of Lord Shiva and Parvathi Devi.

Gandhari and Sree Krishna- Real History | Kalki | Translated by Mukundaraj

Sree Krishna said “If the hand of the husband is amputated, then is it chastity for the wife also to self amputate her hand to show respect to her husband? Is it an exemplary act? If the husband fall sick, will wife also try to become sick for the gratification of her husband and is it chastity?”

First it was published in Kalki Bhagawan Yugadharma Magazine in 2000 and later published as book by Kalkipuri Publication in 2008. Then again published in Janmabhumi Malayalam Daily on 21 Sep 2010. Latest internet edition available here.

Translation of Malayalam book written by Kalki: ഗാന്ധാരിയും ശ്രീകൃഷ്ണനും – യഥാര്‍ത്ഥ ചരിതം . 

Translated by Mukundaraj

Mukundaraj

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Gandhari and Sree Krishna – Kalki Revealed the Real History

Gandhari had her first divine sight of Sri Krishna, 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu at Hastinapur. Gandhari knew Sri Krishna but this is the first time Gandhari is getting an opportunity to meet Sri Krishna in person. Gandhari is true in her devotion and greeted Sri Krishna warmthly. She heard about Sri Krishna a lot but today is the first time she is fortunate to have the divine sight of Sri Krishna. While greeting the guest, she has marked an introduction for the conversation.

Ma Gandhari, how will you have the divine sight of my material body if you blindfold yourself? The natural question of Sri Krishna has surprised Gandhari. Sri Krishna continued the question.

How can you serve your husband and fulfil your chastity, if your eyes are blindfolded? How can you serve the King in the administration of ruling and how can you sustain the wellbeing of the citizens as a duty of a queen? How can you fulfil the duty if you have blindfold yourself? How can the mother fulfil her duty if you blindfold yourself? How can one fulfil one’s own personal matters without depending on others by blindfolding yourself?

A chaste woman is one who have the vow to serve her husband and chastity will be existing only in her. For doing service, at least the organs should be free from defects. If tiredness, weakness, blindness, physical deformity and diseases are there, then how could she look after her husband?

If the hand of the husband is amputated and is it chastity to amputate the hand of the wife to show respect to her husband? Is it an exemplary act? If the husband fall sick, will wife also try to become sick for the gratification of her husband and is it chastity?

When husband is sick on bed then it is the duty of the wife to serve him? Then will wife try to become sick on bed similarly as her husband or will she prepare to serve her husband?

When husband is blind and so the service of the wife with sight will become the service to her husband, as a result her sight is becoming a sight for the husband also.

It is lucky to get a wife who has sight for the blinded husband. If the wife who has to serve her husband has blindfolded her own eyes and blocked the sight then will it then need to appoint male and female attendants to serve the husband and wife? The authority to look after the husband is wife. Then how can the husband get served from the female and is it agreeable according to the culture?

If the blind husband is becoming the King then wife is bestowing the position of the Queen. Then how the Kings well-being can be sustained and how can the administration of the kingdom be implemented smoothly if the Queen has blindfold her eyes?

It is the duty of the mother to look after the children and so sight is a must. By blindfolding the eyes by herself then is it a cruel towards their own children?

The words and act of the King and Queen should be righteous and exemplary, then only the citizen can sustain in righteousness.

It is the blessing of the Lord Shiva, accompanied by Parvathi Devi who abodes in the Shiva loka and Lord Vishnu, Supreme Protector who is accompanied by Lakshmi Devi at Vishnu loka, to see the sight of the creation and it is the rare fortune. If it is not made useful then it is the sin and ego than anything.

I will not support which is unrighteous and that is the reason why I did not support in the first visit itself of blind folding the eye which is unrighteous and so I am making it clear.

Ones we found that there was a mistake in implementing a matter then the previous mistake should not be repeated and so the crime cannot be pardoned, if the same mistake is followed again. If we have recognized the actual then it is the morality to follow it.

True devotion which is based on the decision of practical and logical then only it can be made exemplary.

Is Gandhari that arrogant to neglect my idol of the seventh incarnation which is so fortunate? The divine words of Sri Krishna has helped Gandhari in grasping the noblest knowledge.

Oh!! All these days, she considered to be right and followed it but now she recognized it to be

absolutely senseless. When she heard the divine words of Lord Krishna, who is a righteous man then only she felt that why didn’t the knowledgeable person inform her about it? When she came to knew this fact she felt contemptuous on others except Sri Krishna.

How could others make clear when they don’t know it. The right path is to examine our own faults and recognize it without blaming anybody.

The Lord Sri Krishna who knows everything has recognized the mind of Gandhari. At that instant, Ma Gandhari has unfastened the eyes. Gandhari saw the idol of Sri Krishna. Then she prostrated and offered limitless obeisance at the feet of Lord Sri Krishna. From there on Gandhari did not fasten her eye for the sake of blocking her own sight.

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Draupadi - Kalki revealed real history - Kalki Purana

Draupadi – Real History | Sree Krishna | Kalki | Translated by Sreemathy

Finally, Sree Krishna said, Draupadi is only Arjuna’s wife. She is younger sister-in-law to Yudhistira and Bhima and elder sister-in-law to Nakula and Sahadeva. Kalki revealed real history of His previous incarnation as Sree Krishna (8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu).

English translation of “ദ്രൗപദീപതി അര്‍ജ്ജുനന്‍ മാത്രം” – ശ്രീകൃഷ്ണന്‍ Published in Janmabhumi Malayalam Daily on 21 September 2010.

Translated by Sreemathy Ajitkumar

Sreemathy Ajitkumar is a translator

“My translation is not perfect because I am not a well experienced translator. The depth of the content, style of narration and significance of the matter is exemplarily unique and contemporaneous with symbolic meaning of the original Malayalam book written by Kalki is highly official and as a normal translator I am not able to translate it with its importance and richness. I hope and I pray that the well experienced translators will do the great work for this extra ordinary book which is needed in our society.”

– Sreemathy Ajitkumar

Another translation by Mukundaraj is also available here.

First it was published in Kalki Bhagawan Yugdharma Magazine in 2000 written by Kalki, later on it was published as book by Kalkipuri Publication in 2008. Latest Malayalam internet edition is available here.

Book Draupadi

Preface

I respect the fundamental right to know what actually happened. I have only that good intention.

Previously, Kalki had Incarnated as Sree Krishna (8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu) & Saved Draupadi – Lord Shiva (From Kalki Purana by Aagstya

Ithanmunnam Kiruttinanaay Avatharithaay (1):9:2
Paahupada Palaleelai Sheithumelaay (1):9:3
Paarulakil Ariyathor Undusholven (1):9:4
Unduthaan Sukshmankal Oraipenippam (1):10:1
Udaviyathu SheithavanNee Panchalikkum (1):10:2

Previously, Kalki had incarnated as Sree Krishna and the official executions of that time are very famous. At that time, there were several divine secrecies and You have saved Draupadi.

Why Draupadi is called Panchali ?

Draupadi, also known as Panchali because she was the daughter of Drupada – the King of Panchala.

– Kalki

Kalki says Draupadi, also known as Panchali because she was the daughter of Drupada - the King of Panchala.

Arjuna is the Sole Husband of Draupadi
–  Sree Krishna
Kalki Revealed the Real History.

There is only very little space in the potter’s house. Even no facilities. However, that is a blessing in today’s circumstances. Mata Kunthi meditated on Lord Sree Krishna while busily preparing the food.
Before children arrives, cooking should be completed. Kunthi is very tired due to long journey. So her body condition is weak. No one to help.

Kunthi is fully involved in the sweet memories of her children while preparing food.

Bhima might have got tired of hunger. Yudishtira cannot suffer hunger even a short while. Arjuna would never complain. Similarly Nakula and Sahadeva would not complain and they are very co-operative to prepare food.

Five children! But fate….? Memories are following  Kunthi.
Kunthi listened to outside. Did I hear children’s footsteps? Yes! They are coming! Kunthi gets relief.

Travelled a lot. Kunthi is having strong pain throughout her body. It is quite hard even to get up. Suddenly Kunthi took care in preparing the food. She is not bothered about her pain.

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Meanwhile, unexpectedly.

Mata! Today’s alms is special!! Yudishtira used loud voice to inform Kunthi when he reached  the portico. He is very happy.

Whatever it is, share it equally!!

On the spot, Kunthi replied without examining or enquiring what Yudishtira said. After hearing Kunthi’s reply, a mysterious reflection formed in Yudishtira!!

Kunthi went to the portico to see her childern. At that moment, Kunthi was shocked when she saw Draupadi!! I just considered it as the usual alms, that means food. But here I can’t believe it. Because I don’t know what was the intention behind the words of Yudhistira. I am shocked and tired.

Who is this? Kunthi got courage and enquired to clarify her doubts about Draupadi.

Kunthi has taken a great attention to hide her confusion about Draupadi.

Arjuna is a great warrior and this is the best reward for his bravery.
The timely reply of Yudhistira is quite peculiar.

Yudhishtira is always like that, isn’t he? Yudishtira’s skill is quite remarkable in presenting what he intends, as secret which could be never revealed at any time, but timely with sameness.

Afterwards Yudhishtira described all the matters clearly to Kunthi. Choice marriage (Swayamvara) and the marriage of Arjuna and Draupadi.

After hearing the whole, Kunthi with maturedness took Draupadi inside the house and received with traditional practices. Kunthi then came to Yudhishtira and all others.

Sit down children….

Kunthi said with great affection.

Hereafter, what to do? …..

My words should have the results. But nothing should happen against righteousness and morality.

Kunthi started grieving on her words that had fallen by mistake.

It shall be done as mother says….? Meanwhile Arjuna informed his decision so that mother should not be troubled.

This is not a thing to be shared, is it? But wife….?

Another question of Kunthi made everyone silent.

If so, we shall enquire to Vyasa! Who else knows about justice other than Vyasa?

Yudhistira’s advice as if he has decided something frightened Kunthi.

Then what about Krishna?

In no moment Kunthi enquired with uneasiness.

Yes! But if it is Vyasa, he is much learned.

While Yudhishtira started to justify, Kunthi became upset.

Isn’t the filial duty fulfilled when the mother’s words are obeyed?

Meanwhile Yudhishtira’s question made the subject live again.

If so, aren’t we obliged to fulfill the mother’s words to share equally whatever it is? Yudhistira’s question with special intention formed uneasiness in Kunthi.

Bhima left the matter to Yudhishtira himself stating that the elder brother is learned much about righteousness.

Right! Let me think. Yudhishtira‘s reply gave a temporary stop to the subject.

Everyone got up.

Let’s have food. After inviting all, Kunthi while getting in stopped suddenly!

Draupadi near the door!!

Beautiful and complexioned like Krishna!

Beautiful woman! Daughter of Drupada, the King of Panchala!

Also called as Panchali and Krishna! An excellent devotee of Lord Sree Krishna.

She might have heard everything. Isn’t the afflicted eyes of Draupadi saying no to something? Kunthi became upset.

Come! Kunthi affectionately called Draupadi to get inside.

Everybody laid down after supper.

Nothing immoral should happen because of her words, Kunthi prayed to Sree Krishna. Kunthi also decided that everything shall be done only according to the decision of Sree Krishna.

Kunthi woke up in a shock from the light sleep she had fallen due to fatigue. Isn’t the sound of hooves being heard from the farthest? Kunthi listened.

Could the enemies identify? Had Drupada grown suspicious? Did the martial skills of Arjuna happened to identify him?

Had Dushasana heard the news? He is the disgraceful brother of pious and noble Duryodhana. Did he seek any evil path? What he always aimed was to grab Duryodhana’s power? But generally nobody could know it!!

The sound of hooves grew louder while the thoughts kept torturing.
Isn’t the sound of chariot also heard? Kunthi listened with fear and anxiety.

Who will be in the chariot? Is it Krishna or the enemies?

Kunthi woke up from her thoughts and lighting a wick in earthen holder glanced at her children.

As it was a very small room all of them laid together.

Draupadi was tired out of journey. Not a usual practice. Poor girl!

What a fate to be in in this hell? Kunthi became sad.

Though Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula & Sahadeva were sleeping together, Yudhistira is sleeping little away. They all always gave respect to Yudhistira.

Kunthi took a deep breath looking at her tired children.

Should they be called or not?

While Kunthi stood in doubt, chariot reached in the front of their abode.

Kunthi immediately called everybody.

Everyone including Draupadi got up. Kunthi told everything in a low voice. They all put on their weapons in no moment.

The sound of footsteps is getting louder.

Arjuna became alert. Bhima held his club and got ready for anything. Yudhishtira, Nakula and Sahadeva also got ready to fight.

Very soon they all got ready because of their habits for the past few period.

If the problems occur here too, then would the poor man who gave space for temporary stay shall also behave like others did at various places? Isn’t so the experience?

Now as Draupadi is also with us…..despite of having five strong sons, while thinking of even no place to rest….were not everything caused to happen?

Kunthi’s thoughts on reality were abruptly and rudely disrupted by heavy footsteps outside.

Hey Pandavas! Open the door. We are not enemies, but friends! They informed knocking on the door.

Kunthi listened to the variations in the footsteps that indicate the increase in its strength.

In the meantime, Yudishtira opened the door without fear.
Surprising!!

Drupada, the King of Panchala and his company!!!

Yudhistira quickly received the King and his company. The treat given to the guests within the limited facilities was grand!

The presence of Draupadi raised grief in Drupada.

She who had lived in royal facilities became a common lady within a day! What a fate!! However, she has got whom she liked.

Everything else could be corrected! Thus he consoled. Drupada’s eyes’ were filled with tears.

I had doubted you to be Pandavas from the first. Drupada began after the treat for guests.

Doubts were cleared when enquired to Krishna; though Krishna did not come for the wedding, Drupada, King of Panchala stopped a while and gazed on beloved daughter Krishna alias Draupadi and continued.
Thereafter…..in a hurry! Continued the journey as per the advice of the emissaries. Meanwhile, did it create any inconvenience?

The endurance of Drupada with maturity and humility pleased everybody.

You have come and that is our fortune!! Yudhistira’s reply was suitable to the situation.

As Draupadi was born after a long desire, I have not yet stayed separated from her. Daughter’s absence caused much pain in me. Not only that, as a father much failures had happened in doing the duties towards her. I realized that fact only, when heard the advices and directions of Lord Sree Krishna. Therefore, I could reach here at the earliest.

Did the words of Drupada, making clear the intention of his visit create inconvenience in Yudhistira? Kunthi watched.

Your presence has even made this hut also noble!! Yudhistira’s calm reply pleased Drupada.

Meanwhile the sound of chariot awakened the village people. But according to the King’s direction the accompanying bodyguards handled everything. People went back to their own homes.

Again the conversation between King Drupada continued.

I myself came instead of the messengers to invite everybody to the Palace. Those who deserves should be informed accordingly.

Drupada’s words arouse suspicion in Yudhistira.

Krishna is waiting for you! Drupada watched everyone.

As the enemies had recognized you……security, isn’t that very important? With fear Drupada convinced the seriousness of the matter.

Would Yudhistira oppose? Kunthi suspected.

Yes! As you wish!! Yudhistira obeyed hastily. Kunthi’s prayer to Lord Sree Krishna had the result.

Suddenly everyone got ready for the journey.

No one spoke on the way. Kunthi watched it all particularly. Kunthi offered her prayers to Almighty, Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. Because of the divine blessings of Lord Sree Krishna everything would happen well and in righteous manner only. Lord Sree Krishna is beloved to devotees. Kunthi merged in devotion to Lord Sree Krishna.

Anyhow as Sree Krishna is there, no need to worry about Draupadi. Kunthi consoled herself. Is there any other insult for a woman rather than to be wife to five brothers?

Oh! It can’t be thought of! What would be the state of Draupadi if she has to become the wife to five brothers’? Anybody who has self-respect would not get ready for that? Or is that the daughter of King Drupada, lack self-respect?

Draupadi, a strong woman who feared nobody, behaved so matured even after such a despicable matter occurred. May be she has that much love for Arjuna. If not, why should Drupada’s daughter receive the wandering Arjuna by adorning the garland? This would be Sree Krishna’s wish. Kunthi plunged in serious thoughts.

Chariot reached the Palace. King had already made the arrangements for the guests to take rest. Along with Kunthi, Draupadi also took rest near Pandavas. Palace, where she had played and grew up! Draupadi behaved as if she has forgotten that.

The changes that happened in Draupadi within a day has surprised Kunthi. How could she get these much matureness? Kunthi became pleased on Draupadi.

Drupada did the service and hospitality towards the Pandavas in the assembly as per the rules. Sree Krishna is there at a suitable position giving importance to the assembly. Kunthi got relieved.

I myself have arranged this opportunity! Krishna’s sweet voice came flowing. Kunthi noted it particularly.

Hey! Yudhistira, if you exist in righteousness then you can be free from today’s problem. This is an opportunity. Krishna continued.
But Yudhistira did not respond.

Now Arjuna is not just only Arjuna! He is the husband of Draupadi and son-in-law of King Drupada!! Therefore that dignity should be maintained insistently. Sree Krishna’s majestic words became noteworthy.

It is not yet decided that to whom all should Draupadi become the wife?

Yudhistira suddenly raised argument opposing Krishna’s words.
Everybody except Krishna got stunned!

Kunthi also got shocked!

What is special to talk such nonsense? Though as usual Krishna’s question which indicate mockery raised anger in Yudhistira.

We are dutiful sons’ who obey mother’s words.Though quiet Yudhistira’s words created irritation in everybody. Kunthi quickly interfered on realizing the movement of things in opposite turn.

Please listen Krishna! They reached home with Draupadi while I was busy in preparing food. When Yudhistira informed from the portico that they have brought special alms, actually before enquiring about it, I told to share it equally among them! Kunthi’s words became timely appropriate.

Draupadi’s eyes blossomed in comfort. Drupada, his wife and all others became doubtful.

Is it only? Krishna’s reply provoked Yudhistira.

Doesn’t the mother’s word have no value? Isn’t that should be obeyed? Yudhistira’s words became sharper.

Hey! Yudhistira! Here, Mata Kunthi revealed just now that in pre-conceived notion, without enquiring the reality, she had told to share it equally whatever it is, considering the alms to be as usual. Not only that, what you don’t know or to talk about a subject that is not clear by enquiring and examining the innate situation is only an opinion in general understanding. It is never a decision.

Sree Krishna started to analyze the things and causes of the issue with hair splitting precision.

This is not an object to be shared. Is it? Isn’t she Arjuna’s wife? Krishna started shooting questions.

Is it the culture to share one’s own wife among others? Is it moral to share one’s own wife among own brothers? Is this Yudhistira’s righteous argument to support such a mean thing justifying mother’s words? Is it Arjuna’s bravery to share own wife among others? Is it the nobility of Yudhistira and Bhima to take their younger brother’s wife as their also? Is it moral to Nakula and Sahadeva to take their elder brother’s wife as their also? Is it Mata Kunthi’s excellence to share her daughter-in-law to all her sons? Is it Draupadi’s chastity to be wife to many others? Is it the virtue of King Drupada to support such immoral things?

It is impossible for me, the eighth incarnation to support such things which is not suitable even for the common moral life. Everybody lowered their heads without answer for Krishna’s questions.

Drupada became peaceful. Krishna used to talk about Arjuna to Draupadi since she was quiet small. Then onwards she had started to like him. Anyhow my daughter has got Arjuna himself as her husband! Drupada saluted Krishna in his mind.

Kunthi also felt consoled. Draupadi also called Panchali being the daughter of the King of Panchal was gratified, praying Lord Sree Krishna, the eighth incarnation.

Though Arjuna had folly, he felt pride in Sree Krishna’s words. Sree Krishna, the eighth incarnation executes anything only morally, practically and in righteousness. He will never support anything against righteousness. Lord Sree Krishna is the eighth incarnation of the ten incarnations of Lord Mahavishnu. Since this mean subject has come in the presence of Krishna, it would end here. It is sure. Kunthi thought so.

In the meantime, Sree Krishna continued.

Motherhood is a unique model of divine love. A woman herself exists in various positions like mother to her children, wife to her husband, daughter to her father and sister to her brother’s. Among which the position of mother is the most noble.

As all the children are equal to a mother, whatever it is share it equally, these words of Kunthi is only the completion of her responsibility as a mother.

Everybody can take equally as per their deserved positions in righteousness. That is the rule in a country according to the science of governance. Otherwise anarchy, unrighteousness, evil customs would take debut and as a result would conquer that country.

Every actions should be executed always in righteousness only. If it is so, then only Lord Shiva’s and Lord Vishnu’s continuous blessings would be attained.

Draupadi should be wife only to Arjuna, as younger sister-in-law to Yudhistira and Bhima and elder sister-in-law to Nakula and Sahadeva, that is, they can share practically and reasonably only as their relations and positions in the family. Krishna’s statement based on virtue became distinguished to the Indian culture.

Mother gives food equally to all her children. But the quantity of the food varies according to their age and body structure. So, a mother is satisfied only, when she finds that her each child is fed with appropriate quantity of food. Moreover, among the children it is not necessary that the younger brother should also take the quantity of food taken by the eldest brother. Is it moral to force the younger brother to consume the quantity of food taken by the elder brother even if it is heavy to the former? Similarly, if the eldest is insisted to consume the quantity of food taken by the youngest even if it is much less for the former, it would result to starvation for the eldest. Sree Krishna’s words comforted Kunthi.

Draupadi is quiet cheerful. Sree Krishna’s words also have energized Draupadi.

It is true that mother gives equally to each one. Equally means the quantity would be the same for the eldest and the youngest. But that would create much problem. Because of the same quantity it would be more for the younger one but less for the eldest. Mother would feed each child considering its age, body structure or health, position, miseries of diseases etc.

Childrens’ welfare is mother’s duty. Therefore, mother gives the required food equally to her children as per their body structure, age and position. Doing likewise only completes the duty of a mother. Similarly, Mata Kunthi has just said to share it equally. So each one can take equally as per their positions and relations.

What would be the state of citizens if Pandavas themselves belonging to royal dynasty behave against morality? Sree Krishna stopped for a moment and looked on everybody. Especially Draupadi.

As a woman Draupadi has never agreed to Yudishtira’s obstinacy for being wife to all the five brothers while receiving Arjuna as the husband. Cruel cheating! Even the ruler has no authority to deny a woman’s right to live morally, then in a royal family whoever tries to execute such injustices for whatever causes should be never admitted. Sree Krishna continued.

Good intention, interest, experience, observation, analysis, wisdom etc. is must in deciding any matters based on righteousness.

Then only those are able to be executed in accordance to morality, righteousness, practicality and propriety.

Therefore, before accepting the sayings of a person as it is, that should be examined minutely, whether it is morally suitable, acceptable according to the positions, practical, agreeable to logical arguments, proper to the occasions and whether it is suitable to oneself. After that only it should be decided to accept or reject.

Here, Mata Kunthi’s words even without enquiring about the object, actually, if Yudhistira, Arjuna’s elder brother had examined righteously and handled it suitable to morality , then this immoral issue could have been solved quiet easily. Moreover, this common issue wouldn’t have been so important and relevant. Thereafter, isn’t it unsuitable to the assembly? Sree Krishna continued to explain as to how should be in righteousness.

Above all these, King Drupada’s understanding that war skill is the qualification for choice marriage is totally against righteousness. Clear view of life, morality, practical insight, faithfulness & willingness to work hard, interest in taking effort, moral effort to earn wealth, intent look on the works to be done, to have interest in doing the responsibilities morally among parents-brothers-sisters-relatives who all are in friendship, to get awareness and prevent oneself from getting involved in superstitions & bad customs, mode of living should be in righteousness with pure and pious devotion, strong, moral and social relations, skillful in achieving needs of life according to the changes in time, energetic and correct executions based on righteousness according to the opportunities and the power to endure, scientific study, devotion etc. all these should be the merits of the bridegroom according to the diplomacy.

It should be clearly observed whether he has the qualifications accordingly. Marriage is not a contest. As conducted here, when the betrothed girl selects bridegroom among others in the assembly, it results in the defamation of all others participated in the choice marriage. Marriage is a matter of personal likes or dislikes and acceptance. It should not be demonstrated publicly. Privacy should be the stage to select the life-partner. It should be absolutely a private function with only responsible family members and friends. When the betrothed girl selects only one whom she has liked among the several others present in the assembly, definitely it results in disgracing all the others invited there. It is not a permissible precedent. An opponent is formed from insult. Insult would cause all friendly countries in becoming enemies.

Long before, I explained this matter to King Drupada. But he did not take it seriously. That all is each one’s own decision. Along with the revealing of how is the righteousness, it is our morality to not support anything against righteousness. One can obey if it is necessary or can reject. Whatever it is, has its result.

I did not partake in the choice marriage (Swayamavara). But, I know what would happen. That is why I reached here personally in the august presence of Drupada to inform the moral verdict of this immoral issue. These should never become a blemish to my history of incarnation. I shall not stand at any time with the misconception of Yudhistira, here. Therefore, the explanation of how the righteousness should be, in this matter, adorned majestic aspect to Lord Sree Krishna. Sree Krishna continued.

Above all, in today’s circumstances when the Pandavas wander with no place even to fulfil their basic needs, priority should be given in finding the solution for that. Always righteous approach should be with the problems. If so only the execution is formed.

When the queen Kaikeyi asked to send Lord Sree Rama, the seventh incarnation to forest according to the boon given to her by King Dasharada, What did he do? He enquired to Sree Rama and analyzed the matter and its causes, then called an assembly in presence of the chief of ministers and people and asked Sree Rama as questions with suggestive meaning and then executed Sree Rama’s righteous verdict. Dasharada on realizing that he is guilty, vacated the authority of a King to the blessed Sree Rama and anointed him as the King. From the context of giving the promise, Sree Rama examined everything whether it is righteous or not, identified the guilty and executed punishment and without becoming a slave to relations, confirmed the verdict through free, moral and righteous investigation. Though Dasharada, Kaikeyi and Manthara are judged as accused, but as the evil intention which is the basis of the crime did not happen and they were proved guilty in the presence of citizens in the assembly and its abuse is serious and exist much more than the period of punishment, for a crime there is only one punishment and based on righteousness Dasharada and Kaikeyi were released. Whatever situations whichever citizen uses as a chance to inspire others to do the crime of treason, as an ideal thing those should be seriously punished and for this awareness Sree Rama punished Manthara.

Nobody’s words against righteousness should be obeyed and nor the boon should be given for doing the duties, an individual in the post of the King has no power to misuse the royal authority for his own desires and for the family, those with inborn aptitude of crime get ready in doing the criminal actions should be heard morally and execute punishment which is necessary for the country’s diplomacy and citizens’ welfare, this was made clear to the world by Sree Rama, the seventh incarnation and this real history, here, in this context of executing an immoral mean action is significant and much helpful in confirming the verdict. (Read: “The Real Divine History of Lord Sree Rama. Most Important scene from the First Part.” യഥാര്‍ത്ഥ ശ്രീരാമ ചരിതം പ്രഥമഘട്ട സുപ്രധാന രംഗം-കല്‍കി published by Kalkipuri Publication).

Sree Krishna’s words surprised Kunthi! Kunthi worshipped Sree Krishna with great devotion.

Though Yudhistira was silent, revengeful attitude was forming in him, but could not raise another question.

Everything needed for the safety and victory in the life of Pandavas including Kunthi and Draupadi shall be decided morally. Sree Krishna’s eminent presence should be there! Drupada’s words became timely.

Yes! Everything shall be decided appropriate and righteous to diplomacy. Draupadi is only Arjuna’s wife. She is younger sister-in-law to Yudhistira and Bhima and elder sister-in-law to Nakula and Sahadeva. Thus established the glory of the Indian culture as a role model in good manners, appropriate to the family composition equally and morally.

Draupadi also should maintain contacts with everybody only according to each and every positions, because usually this sort of desires never happen among the brothers. Here, even if it did not happen really, but as the wish was formed, Draupadi should acquaint carefully with everybody according to each and every positions only. Otherwise, these will lead to form the base for doubts and criticisms and affect the life seriously. By Lord’s blessings the true knowledge allowed in diplomatic manner is the welfare ruling and the well-being of citizens.

Though Sree Krishna’s words formed uneasiness among Pandavas including Yudhistira, they were all forced to accept. Kunthi offers crores of salutations to the divine feet of Sree Krishna who has arranged the situations and blessed Draupadi to live proudly as the wife of Arjuna only.

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