Mahabharata - Birth of Pandavas Kauravas.mp4
The Mahabharata is one of the greatest Hindu epic of India. It is the story of a great war that ended one age and began another. Written by the great Sage Ved Vyasa, the Mahabharata is one of the longest narrative poems in the world, covering a deep explanation of Hindu philosophy.
This part of this grand epic narrates the tale of the birth of two sets of cousins- the Pandavas and the Kauravas, who became bitter rivals, and opposed each other in the Mahabharata war for possession of their ancestral kingdom of Hastinapura. The five Pandavas were fathered by five Gods while the one hundred Kauravas were believed to have a demonic birth, making them the perpetual enemies of their cousins.
This leads to various personal conflicts and ethical teachings which makes Mahabharata one of the greatest creations of human spirit and ambition.