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7 Immortal souls still alive from the times of Mahabharata

by Jasbinder Singh

Mahabharata is totally real and happened. The occurrence and existence of Mahabharata are demonstrated by numerous archaeological and scientific evidence. In the epic Mahabharata was mentioned as an Itihasa, meaning history and hence the Mahabharata.

Probably the Mahābhārata was compiled between 3rd BCE and 3rd century AD and was not much older than about 400 BCE in the oldest preserved sections. The original occurrences linked to the epic likely fall from the 9th to the 8th centuries BCE.

Who was Ashwathama

The son of Dronacharya and Kripi is Ashwathama, also known as the Drauni (sister of Kripacharya). He was fighting against the Pandavas in Mahabharata together with his father during the Kurukhetra War on the Kaurava side.

It’s an avatar of Shiva and a Chiranjivi of seven (immortal living beings in Hinduism who are to remain alive on Earth until the end of the current Kali Yuga.) 

Ashwathama and his maternal uncle Kripa are believed to have survived the Kurukshetra war.

Ashwathama’s Birth

Drona had a severe penance for many years to please Lord Shiva in order to gain a son who had the same courage as Lord Shiva.

The Incarnate Part of Lord Shiva is said to be Ashwathama. It is almost impossible for anyone to kill him or defeat him since he was born in Chiranjivi.

He was born on his forehead with a gem, which makes him stronger than all living beings. It also protects against fatigue, hunger and thirst.

Dronacharya was a war expert. But Drona was able to afford milk for his son because he was living a simple Brahmin life. He is going to help his friend King Drupada, but he refused to tell a beggar and a king could not be friends.

Is Ashwathama alive yet?

Fort in Madhya Pradesh Asirgarh

The storey goes around in the web, where in Madhya Pradesh an Ayurvedic Physician tried everything to fix a septic wound at a patient’s head. The bleeding never stopped, however. The man was big, dark, beautiful and huge.

The villagers who live near the old fort of Asirgarh (Madhya Pradesh) believe he is coming every morning to pray to Shiv Linga in the old fort to offer flowers. Another storey.

Another storey in which yogis such as Pilot Baba said they met Ashwathama in the Himalayas and lived with a tribe peacefully.

In and around the Narmada River in India, he is supposedly still roaming on earth.

But in Mahabharata there is another incident that contradicts this opportunity.

Ashwathama contacted Parschurama and asked him to save him from the Curs of Lord Krishna in accordance with Kannada’s version of Mahabharata. Since Ashwathama followed only the instructions from Lord Shiva to exterminate evil from the globe, he easily accepted his disciple.

Lord Shiva has been believed to have deliberately incarnate in Ashwathama, in order to remove from the world all the evil.

As stated in Mahabharata 36 years after the war, he was seen in an ashram on the river Ganga by the Pandavas in the company of Lord Parasurama and Sage Durvasa.

Parasurama and Sage Durvasa were thought to be the originators of Ashwatthama into Sakthi worship, which is thought to be the supreme of all worship modes. Through this, Ashwatthama circumvented Lord Krishna’s curse.

Who is Maharaj Bali?

Mahabali is a daitya king found in Hindu texts (IAST: Mahbal), known also as Bali, Indrasenan or Mveli. He’s Prahlada’s grandson and Kashyapa’s descendant. Many versions of the Satapatha Brahmana, Ramayana, Mahabharata and Puranas are part of his legend in old texts.

Is Maharaja Bali alive?

The result is still alive. Maharaja Bali

King Bali wasn’t assassinated by Lord Vamana. He pushed him to Patal Lok, however.

Who is Sage Vedavyasa?

Vyasa may be the greatest sage in Hindu religion history. He edited the four Vedas, wrote the 18 Puranas, the epic Mahabharata, and the Srimad Bhagavatam and even taught the Guru of Gurus Dattatreya.

The father of Vyasa, Parashara became aware that a child, designed at a certain time, was born as Lord Vishnu himself as one of his greatest men of his age. On that eventful day, Parashara travelled on a ship and talked with the boatman about the time. The boatman was married by a daughter. He was struck by the sage’s sacredness and grandeur and offered Parashara to his daughter in marriage. Vyasa was born from this union and is said to have been born because of the wish of Lord shiva, the wise man of the highest order who blessed his birth.

Vyasa is believed to have written together with Badarayana the Brahma Sutras, also called the Vedanta Sutras. They are divided into four chapters and are again divided into four sections for each chapter. Interestingly, they start and end with Sutras, which together means “that the investigation of Brahman’s true nature has no return” indicating “the way to immortality, and to the world.” Tradition attributes it to Vyasa concerning the authorship of these Sutras.

Is Sage Vedavyasa still alive?

Vyasa, who lives and walks the Earth for the benefit of the devotees, is considered by Hindus to be Chiranjivi or immortality. It is said that Adi Sankaracharya was like other many, and he appeared to be true and faithful. The life of Vyasa is a singular case of a person born for spiritual knowledge dissemination. His writings still inspire us and the entire world in countless ways to this day.

Who is Lord Hanuman in Mahabharata?

Chiranjeevis, who must be immortal, are the people. Hanuman was granted the boon of living forever as one of the Chiranjeevi. Therefore, in Mahabharata, we find Lord Hanuman to be mentioned. Lord Hanuman is regarded as Bhima’s brother, as they have Vayu, the same dad.

In another Mahabharata incident Hanuman met Arjuna in Rameshwaram in the form of a normal monkey. When Arjuna saw Lord Ram’s Bridge built in Lanka, he wondered why Lord Ram needed the assistance of the monkeys to build the bridge. If it had been him, he would have built himself an arrow bridge. Hanuman criticised Arjuna for having constructed a bridge with arrows and not bear the weight of even a single person in the form of a monkey. It was taken by Arjuna as a challenge. Arjuna vowed that he will jump into a fire if the bridge that he had built was not enough.

Chariot of Arjuna Hanuman met Arjuna in the form of a normal monkey in Rameshwaram, in another incident in Mahabharata. When Arjuna saw Lord Ram build the bridge to Lanka, he was surprised that Lord Ram needed monkeys’ help building the bridge. If it was him, with arrows he would have constructed the bridge.Hanuman criticised Arjuna in the form of a monkey for his insufficiency in the bridge constructed with arrows and his weight. As a challenge, Arjuna took it. Arjuna has vowed that he will jump into the fire if the bridge built by him is not enough.

So, with his arrows, Arjuna constructed a bridge. The bridge collapsed as Hanuman walked on it. Arjuna was stupid, choosing to finish his life. Lord Krishna then appeared before them and rebuilt the bridge with His divine touch. The Hanuman asked him to walk on. The bridge wasn’t breaking this time. Hanuman therefore came in his original form and promised Arjuna to help him in the war. Therefore Lord Hanuman sat on the flag of the chariot of Arjuna until the end of the war as the war in Kurukshetra began.

Lord Krishna asked Arjuna to leave the truck on the last day of the Kurukshetra war. Lord Krishna thanked Hanuman after Arjuna had left the country until the end. Then Lord Hanuman bowed, leaving the chariot. The chariot caught fire as soon as Hanuman left. Arjuna had been astonished to see this. So Lord Krishna explained to Arjuna, that if Lord Hanuman didn’t protect him from celestial weapons, his chariot would have been burnt long ago.

Who is Vibhisan from mahabharata?

In the legendary Ramayana epic, Vibhishana was the king of Lanka. He was Rakshasa King Ravana’s younger brother in Lanka. Rama crowned Vibhishana as king of Lanka, later when he defeated Ravana.

During the Lankan War, the knowledge Vibhishana gave to Shri Rama proof of the secrets of Lanka. Vibhishana freely disclosed many secrets, including revealing the secret path to Mata Nikumbala temple, the Pulatsya clan’s family deity, which became a key element of the successful attack by Rama. When Rama could not kill Ravana, he unveiled the secret of Ravana’s death to Rama during the climate battle between Rama and Ravana. 

He said to Rama that Ravana stored in his belly the nectar of immorality and that it had to be dried.Rama killed Ravana then. Then finally, Although the Indian epics are seen by modern readers with eyes used to seeing clearly defined good and bad characters, the characterization by Ramayana attempts to represent the practical implications of the Dharma concept. The epic points out that Vibhishana or Kumbhakarna did not walk out of the path of Dharma, and that the moral dilemma does not exist. Ramayana teaches that, when his advice is failing, Kumbhakarna follows the Dharma of loyalty to his family, while Vibhishana chooses to resist his family if his advice is not successful.

The Lord does not distinguish himself between his followers on the basis of birth or circumstances of life, as he is a devout demon devotee. The storey of Prahlada and Narasimha can read the same thing.

When Vibhishana became King of Lanka, he turned his subjects from the Path to the Dharma Path (righteousness). Also Queen Sarama, his wife, helped him to achieve this. He had Trijata’s daughter.

Lord Rama, in his original form Shri Vishnu, ordered Vibhishana to remain on earth, to serve the people and guide them along the path of truth and dharma, when Rama was about to leave Ayodhya at the end of his reign. Vibhishana is therefore regarded as one of the seven Chiranjeevis or immortals. Lord Vishnu commanded Vibhishana also to pray to Lord Ranganatha, the family deity of the Rama birthday of the Sun dynasty.

who is Kripa or kripacharya?

The chief priest at the court in Hastinapura, in the Mahabharata, was Kripakarya, also often called Kripa.

It was Sharadvan’s son and Janapadi’s son. Drona, the arms master at the courtyard, married his twin sister Kripi.He fought for the Kaurava side in the great fight of Kurukhetra. He was subsequently appointed teacher and preceptor of Parikshita, Arjuna’s grandson.

A son named Shardwan was Maharishi Gautam. Shardwan’s arrows were born and the archer was born.

He was more interested in bowling than in the study of the Vedas from his early childhood. The art of all types of warfare he meditated and achieved. He’s a big archer who couldn’t be defeated by anyone. This caused panic among the gods and particularly among Indra, who was most threatened by the king of the gods. He then sent from the celestial saint a lovely divine nymph.

Janpadi came to the saint and tried in various ways to seduce him. The sight of a beautiful woman caused him to lose control. Shardwan got distracted. He still managed to resist tentation, control his desires, because he was a great saint.But his focus was lost, and his arrows and bow dropped. His semen fell on some weeds along the way and divided the weeds in two, a boy and a girl. The saint left the hermitage himself with his arrow, his bow, and went for penance to the forest. By chance, King Shantanu, Pandavan’s grand-grandfather, had crossed the route and watched children along the road. One looked at them and realised they were Brahmin’s grand archer’s children. He named them Kripa and Kripi and decided to bring them back to his palace with him.

When Shardwan knew this, he arrived in the palace and revealed the child’s identity and performed the various rituals for Brahmins’ children. The children, Vedas, other shashras, and the secrets of the universe were also taught by him. The children became experts in warfare and this boy, Kripacharya, was called Kripacharya who now had to teach the young princes all about war.

Who is Parshuram from mahabharata?

In some versions of the Mahabharata, Parashurama is described as the furious Brahmin that killed an enormous number of kshatriya warriors with his axe.

As Krishna did with Pandavas it should also be deduced as Parashuram’s diction. It was a parashuram avatar from Vishnu and thus Krishna.

Vishnu’s not going to take the two sides! He decided to end the evils

Unlike the fans of Karna, Karna has not been Parashuram’s favourite deciple! Bheeshma might have been ! He gave Bheeshma no weapons but gave him all his skills!

So, to other disciples, he gave weapons that he did not know! Logically! Logically!

And yet, while he gave Karna (too) divine weapons, he cursed him too and made him helpless when he needed it. (If he were his favourite, why would a guru do this?) Make the disciple useless literally! (At WAR time, that too!) And he did not even say any remedies to get it back (you see such boons/patishaps in other puranic stories)!

Parashuram, as it had no intention to end the Kshtriyas (came only to Tretayug at the time of Rama at the end of the purpose of his avatar) he just gave up his weapons! He also gave Drona weapons, remember.

Though a guru’s on the wrong side, why should he fight for the disciple? Just because he’s a follower? Who in the middle was evil?

Remember – Dron sent Arjuna to fight against Dupada and to win and bring Dupad to the Panchal.

He might have done it if he wanted!

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