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The Mahabharata

Pictures and Tales from The Hindu Epic of Mahabharata
First Online: January 14, 2001
Last Updated: January 29, 2014

Introduction to Mahabharat Epic

Mahabharata (a.k.a. Mahabharat) is a great story of sibling rivalry, of complex interwoven sub-stories, of philosophy, divinity, adventure, bravery, and betrayal. The characters are very well developed and are glorified in great works of Indian art and literature.

Stories and Pictures of Mahabharat

Mahabharat Epic
An introduction to the Indian epic Mahabharat that has inspired art, literature, battles, relationships, and philosophy.
The Song Celestial
The Bhagavad-Gita is the war time counsel of Krishna to his disciple-relative Arjuna during the Mahabharata war.
Who's Who of Mahabharata
Learn about some of the important characters of Mahabharata epic. You can find how they are related to each other by clicking the red hyperlinks
Wife of Five Husbands
The story of Draupadi through the works of great artists

See Also:

Books on Mahabharata

 The Epic Story of Mahabharat
The Mahabharata

Pictures
Rajasuya Sacrifice of PandavasThe Mystifying Architecture of IndraprasthaShantanu Meets the Fishergirl Satyavati and Falls in LoveDepiction of the Gadayudha EpicKrishna Shelters Cows and Men During a Thunderstorm
Divesting of DraupadiLord Shiva and Arjuna Pick a FightThe Ashwamedha SacrificeBheema Finds Duryodhana Immersed in WaterDeath of Abhimanyu
Karnas PredicamentDraupadi, the Wife of Pandava BrothersKrishna Kills BakasuraDuryodhana Hiding Under WaterBhishma Lies on a Bed of Arrows
Bhima Finds Duryodhana Hidden in LakeKauravas Challenge Pandavas for a Game of DiceGandhari by Nandalal BoseLakshagriha Dahana (Burning of Lacquer House)Veda Vyasa is the author of Mahabharata.

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