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5 Lessons To Learn From Hindu Mythology - II

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 16-05-2024
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In the last blog, you read about the five lessons you can learn from Hindu Mythology. In this part, you will read the other lessons that you can use in your daily life to make your life easier.


WATCH OUT FOR YOUR COMPANY:

Shakuni, Kauravas’ uncle, was the main reason for the war in Mahabharata. He kept implanting negative thoughts in Kauravas’ minds at every given opportunity and provoked them to initiate a battle against Pandavas. His negative influence led to the complete knockdown of Kauravas.

Moral: One should be wise enough to choose the right company. This decision can either make you or wreck you. One should select their surroundings wisely.


BELIEVE AND SUPPORT YOUR NEAR ONES:

Even though Pandavas were not a hundred in number like Kauravas, they won the battle. This victory was possible only due to the never-ending unity and the immense support of all the Pandavas for each other. Besides this, if they did not have a loyal friend like Lord Krishna, who showed them the rightful path, it would have been almost impractical to defeat the Kauravas!

Moral: Faith motivates your loved ones to fight harder and stay strong. One must learn to value, believe in, and support one's near ones.

LEARN TO LIVE LIFE IN EVERY DIFFICULT SITUATION:

As seen in the Mahabharata, the Pandavas spent 13 years in the forest without any luxuries or comfort. They learned to carry out activities as basic as everyday errands and stay organized. They maintained their calm and adjusted to life as it came.

Moral: One must learn to enjoy every phase of life instead of cribbing for lack of something. One must be free from worldly desires and accept what comes their way wholeheartedly.


STAND FOR YOURSELF:

The Pandavas always felt encouraged for being just five in number. They knew what they desired and dared to fight for it. They worked hard to succeed and were brave enough to stand for what they believed was right.

Moral: One must not bear injustice. You should take a stand for what you believe in and fight as hard as possible.


PLAN YOUR LIFE FOR A BETTER FUTURE:

In the Mahabharata, Lord Krishna guided Pandavas that winning against Kauravas is not possible without a strategy. Lord Krishna is well versed in the tactics of the Kauravas; bearing this in mind, Pandavas tactfully defeated the Kauravas.

Moral: We should be planned and systematic in our lives. As it is well said, ‘For every well-spent minute, an hour is earned.’


LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS DANGEROUS:


Abhimanyu was well aware of how to enter the chakravyuh and, therefore, entered it. However, due to his lack of knowledge about the way to exit, he could not walk out of it, which later led to his death.

Moral: One ought to have adequate knowledge about a situation before entering it. One should not make any decisions unless he is completely aware of the scenario.

Practice these little things to prepare yourself for any upcoming challenges in life and find your way to peace and happiness!

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