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Shiv Shakti Pandav’s Army specialities

Once, Dadi Janki reminded everyone of the Pandavs’ specialities:

Arjun: the one to inculcate knowledge; the one different or unique from others (aur jano se alag)

Bheem: the one who protects the yagya. As much as there is praise for God, there is praise for His yagya. Without the yagya, how could we have created our fortune? ’Bheem’ has equal love for Baba, knowledge, yoga and yagya.

Nakul: the one who has the ‘right’ to copy; imbibe, copy as much as you wish incognito. Baba advises us to imbibe virtues in one’s life and not just sing praise, so just copy!

Sahdev: the one who gives sahyog (co-operation) becomes a yogi, and good yogi is always cooperative.

Yudhisthara also known as Dharmraj: the keeper of righteousness; the one who is perfectly balanced in love and law; the one who does not rule over others, but lives with truth and is being instructed and directed by the One Lord.

 

Instrumental music: Shanti ki shakti hai (mp3)

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.Gita me varnit yuddhKurukshetra

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Kurukshetra

 

Bas-relief of the Kaurava army advancing into the Battle of Kurukshetra, from the Indian epic the Mahabharata at Angkor Wat, Cambodia (W Gallery, S ection). Angkor Wat is the world's largest religious monument and an architectural masterpiece, it is the apogee of classical Khmer style. Built between 1113 and 1150 by King Suryavarman II, it was both city and temple, the capital of the Empire and the State Temple dedicated to the god Vishnu. Surrounded by a broad moat, it covers 200 hectares (1.5 km by 1.3 km) and is a microcosm of the Hindu universe.

Bas-relief of the Kaurava army advancing into the Battle of Kurukshetra, from the Indian epic the Mahabharata at Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Angkor Wat is the world’s largest religious monument and an architectural masterpiece, it is the apogee of classical Khmer style. Built between 1113 and 1150 by King Suryavarman II, it was both city and temple, the capital of the Empire and the State Temple dedicated to the god Vishnu. Surrounded by a broad moat, it covers 200 hectares (1.5 km by 1.3 km) and is a microcosm of the Hindu universe.

 

 

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more: The specialities of the Shiv Shakti Pandav Army (Avyakt murli 27.02.1985)

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