Aashwamedhik Parv ~ Mahabharat Stories

Aashwamedhik Parv ~ Mahabharat Stories

Aashwamedhik Parv -The festival has 113 chapters. To get the money required to perform the Ashwamedha Yagna by Yadhishthira and prepare for the Yagna, Arjuna asks Krishna about the Gita, Arjuna resolves many lectures by Arjuna, preaching Brahmanagita, other The topics mentioned are spiritual things, withdrawal of wealth by the Pandavas, Digavijaya, completion of Ashwamedha Yagya, Vaishnavadharmic question by Yudhishthira and its solution by Sri Krishna.

Ashwamedha Yagya

Shortly afterwards Yudhishthira decided to perform the Ashwamedha Yagna. The horse of the yajna was abandoned and Arjuna became a protector of the horse and started wandering from country to country. Only Ketuvarma, the king of Trigarta, caught the horse, but he did not stand in front of Arjuna and he too accepted Yudhishthira’s submission. Yudhishthira’s Ashwamedha Yagya was completed. There are 3 (sub) festivals under Ashwamedha festival – Ashwamedha festival, Angugita festival, Vaishnava festival.

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Aashramvasik Parv ~ Mahabharat Stories 

There are 39 chapters in total in the Ashramvasi festival. Yudhishthira and Kunti, along with brothers, served Dhritarashtra and Gandhari in the ashramvasiik festival, on the persuasion of Vyas ji to let Dhritarashtra, Gandhari and Kunti go into the forest, go there and stay in the ashram of the three women, in the war with the influence of Maharishi Vyas. The death of Yudhishthira’s mourning and immersion of his ashes in the Ganges is described by hearing the dead heroes coming from the hereafter and becoming invisible to meet the dead, the burning of Dhritarashtra, Gandhari and Kunti in the forest of Narada.

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After the war, Dhritarashtra and Gandhari were living indifferent lives. One day, after taking Maharishi Vyas’s teachings, he expressed his desire to go to the forest after taking the Vanaprastha religion. Hearing this news, the residents came to the palace and expressed their love and respect for them. Dhritarashtra went to the Himalayas with Gandhari. Kunti, Vidur and Sanjay were also with him. While doing penance, Vidur took samadhi in the forest itself. In a few days, Dhritarashtra, Gandhari and Kunti waters died in the forest of Daggani. The Ashramwasik festival also has 3 subfests – Ashramwas festival, Putradarshan festival, Naradagaman festival.

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