Birth Of Pandavas Story From Mahabharat In Hindi | Story of the birth of Pandavas ~ Mahabharata
Dhritarashtra was blind since birth, so Pandu was made the king of Hastinapur in his place. Due to this, Dhritarashtra would always get angry at his blindness and he would get angry with Pandu. In a short span of time, Pandu conquered the whole of India and extended the boundaries of the Kuru State to the country of the forests.
Once King Pandu along with his two wives Kunti and Madri went to the forest for hunting. There, he saw a mating pair of deer. Pandu immediately wounded the deer with his arrow. The dying Mrigroopadhar Kindam Rishi cursed Pandu – “Rajan! A cruel man like you will be nobody in this world. You have shot me at the time of sexual intercourse, so whenever you have sex, you too will die. ” Pandu was deeply saddened by this curse and said to his queens – “O ladies! Now I will leave all my desires and stay in this forest, you guys return to Hastinapur. ” Hearing his words, both queens grieved and said, “Nath!” We cannot live for a single moment without you. Please also keep us with you in the forest. ” Pandu accepted his request and allowed him to live with him in the forest.
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During this time, King Pandu saw sages and sages on Amavasya going to see Brahma. He urged those sages and sages to take themselves along. On his request, sages and sages said- “Rajan! No childless person can be entitled to go to Brahmaloka, so we are unable to take you with us. ” After listening to sages and sages, Pandu said to his wife – “O Kunti! My birth is getting worse, because a childless person cannot get rid of father-debt, sage-loan, god-loan and man-loan. Can you help me get a son? ”
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Kunti said- “O Aryaputra! Durvasa Rishi has given me such a mantra, by which I can get the desired thing by invoking any god. You command which god I call. ” On this, Pandu ordered to invite religion. Dharma provided a son to Kunti, named Yudhishthira. (Birth of Pandavas i.e. Yudhishthira) Later, Pandu ordered Kunti to invite Vayudev and Indradeva twice. Bhima from Vayudev and Arjuna originated from Indra. The birth of the Pandavas, that is, the birth of Bhima and Arjuna), then by the command of Pandu, Kunti initiated the mantra to Madri. Madri invited Ashvinikumar and Nakula and Sahadeva were born. (The birth of Pandavas i.e. Nakula and Sahadeva was born.)
One day Pandu was touring along the Madri on the banks of Sarita in the forest. The atmosphere was very pleasant and there was a cool, slow-smelling air. Suddenly, Madri’s clothes flew out of the air. This made Pandu’s mind fickle. Despite Madri’s persuasion and refusal, he indulged in sexual intercourse, when he died under the curse of Kindam Rishi. Madri blamed herself for this and she too became a sati along with Pandu, but Kunti returned to Hastinapur for the upbringing of her sons. The sages and monks living there left the palace and came. At the behest of Rishi-Muni and Kunti, everyone considered the Pandavas as the sons of Pandu and welcomed them.