Subhadra Krishna aur ansuni kahani
Subhadra is an important figure in the Mahabharata, a Hindu monument.
She is the sister of Krishna,
the partner of Arjuna (the third of the Pandava brothers), and the mother of Abhimanyu.
Subhadra is the only little girl from Vasudeva, brought to earth by her best name Rohini Devi.
He is brought into the world to meet to save his father, Vasudeva, from prison and later is much younger
than his two brothers. Subhadra as a result experiences a childhood of consolation as the king’s
daughter, and eliminates the obstacles that still plagued her family
before her introduction to the world.
Arjuna, Pandava, once spent a year in exile for breaking a promise. He spends the last piece of rubbish in Dwaraka, the home of his cousins Krishna, Balarama and Subhadra. They are his cousins because their father, Vasudeva, was the brother of Arjuna Kunti’s mother. While living in Dwaraka, a feud ensued between Arjuna and Subhadrara.
The matter was passed on by Krishna, who was in constant contact with
Arjuna, and wished only his sister Subhadra well.
As Arjuna’s release date draws to a close, and her departure from home approaches, Arjuna
proposes to meet her cousin, and she agrees. Seeing that the whole family will see by denying
the possibility that Subhadra may become the fourth partner of his married cousin Arjuna,
working on the opening of the couple and their departure from Indraprastha. He gives two or three critical instructions identified for their opening: it was Subhadra, not Arjuna, who drove the chariot from Dwaraka to
Indraprastha. Krishna later used this fact to convince his family that Subhadra could be abducted;
apart from what is generally expected, he was the one who kidnapped Arjuna !!
Subhadra and Arjuna soon had a child, the courageous Abhimanyu. Shortly thereafter, a recommended cycle of dice results between the Pandavas and the Kauravas. The Pandavas passed through Indraprastha to spend 13 years separated from the rest of the world. It concludes that Subhadrara and his young son should spend the time being expelled from Dwaraka, so Abhimanyu can benefit from accepting Krishna’s training and receive appropriate training, which can prepare him for the battles and obligations he, Abhimanyu, relies on to carry on in later life.
Toward the end of the release period, Arjuna sends one of his significant other and the baby. Abhimanyu is married to Uttara, the daughter of the emperor Virata. In the unbelievable depression of Subhadra, young Abhimanyu is killed during the Kurukshetra war which erupts soon after. Uttara was pregnant at the time and later transferred, a baby named Parikshita.
The Parishioner will inevitably turn into one permanent king of the entire Kuru, Pandavas and Kauravas combined. Growing up, the Pandavas (his grandson Arjuna and four thousand uncles) blessed the king of their homeland and left the Himalayas. Subhadra sits behind to guide and train his grandson.
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