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Parikshit (n/a)     31 December 2007

Mahabharat Katha

In some remote village of India, one masterji is
teaching the Mahabharat katha to class 6 students. He
is at the 'krishnajanma' part of it.
Masterji: ""Kansa heard the akashwani that his sister's
8th child is going to kill him. He was furious. He
ordered to put vasudev n devki behind the bars.

First son is born, and kansa kills him by poisoning...
Second one is born n kansa throws him off the mountain
peak. Third one is born...""

Now Ramu, who is smartest of the lot, puts up his
hand. Masterji, I have a doubt (sounding nervous n

Masterji: ""Ramu bete, whole India does not have doubt
in mahabharata then how come u have one?""

Ramu : Masterji, if Kansa knew that Devaki's 8th child
was going to Kill him,




 7 Replies



prabodh kumar patel (advocate)     13 November 2008

Really nice

Rajan Salvi (Lawyer)     13 November 2008

Kansa put Vasudev and Devki in the same cell because either

[1] he was Devki's brother and loved his sister.

[2] he must have thought that ' no man should divide , what god has united' [ by the union of marriage.

[3] he knew that nobody can run away from fate.

[4] he must have been an agnostic and wanted to see if reallly what the scriptures said was right.

 These are 4 reasons , i think there must be a hundred, the reason is Krishna waited for Kansa's 100 reasons to get over and only then killed him.

[ It could be said that the asset balance of Kansa was 100 only.


Rajan Salvi (Lawyer)     13 November 2008

Hindu mythology is filled with such things . ANother is about Parshuram wiping away 100 generations. The most important but which i fearfully want to point out is about Rama being an icon/ideal. To his wife and children he was not so. He did not see his sons till they were mature enough to fight a battle. He forsake his wife who was with him through all the thick and thin living in the jungle. When good times came, .................. Conscience good thinking, everything prevailed. YE galat hai.

Rajan Salvi (Lawyer)     13 November 2008

I remember reading somewhere ' what does it profit a man if he conquers the world and looses his soul?' I say,  what does it profit a man if he gains popularity and popular respect and looses his family?  The lost years will never come back.

Mahesh V.P. (Advocate)     09 January 2009

Ramu can be  a great Advocate

ritu bhadana (advocate)     31 March 2009

i agree with mr. mahesh

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