What according to yudhishthira is the greatest wonder in the world?
Everyday men see creatures depart to Yama’s kingdom; and yet those who remain want to live forever. This truth is the greatest wonder.
What is happiness according to yudhisthira?
Yudhisthira: True happiness comes as a result of contentment.
What are the question asked by Yaksha to yudhisthira?
5 the Yaksha asked: What is heavier than earth, higher than heavens, faster than the wind and more numerous than straws? Yudhishthira: One’s mother is heavier than the earth; one’s father is higher than the mountains. The mind is faster than wind and our worries are more numerous than straws.
What was the power of yudhisthira?
Yudhishthira was trained in religion, science, administration and military arts by the Kuru preceptors, Kripa and Drona. Specifically, he became a master in using the spear and war chariot. It is said that his spear was so strong that it could penetrate a stone wall as though it were a piece of paper.
How according to Yudhishthira can a man become happy and rich?
According to Yudhishthira, a man can become happy and rich when he completely gives up his anger, pride, desires and extreme greed for wealth or material gain.
What according to you is the wonder of the world?
At present, as chosen by the New7Wonders Foundation, the Seven Wonders of the World are the Taj Mahal, the Colosseum, the Chichen Itza, Machu Picchu, Christ the Redeemer, Petra, and the Great Wall of China.
Who is real Brahmin according to yudhisthira?
” According to Yudhistira, as asserted in Shanti Parva of Mahabharata, a Brahmin is one who is truthful, patient and compassionate. The Sudra who can hold steadfast in spiritual practices such as integrity, forbearance, justice and the like can reach brahminhood, says Mahabharata.
What is faster than wind answer?
Answer: Yes, I agree with Yudhistira, that mind is faster than the wind. If we think about a distance place, thing of person, immediately within a second we can get a vision in our mind.
Who questioned yudhisthira?
The Yaksha Prashna, also known as the Dharma Baka Upakhyana or the Akshardhama, is the story of a question-and-answer dialogue between Yudhishthira and a yaksha in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. It appears in the Vana Parva, and the story is set as the Pandavas end their twelve years of exile in the forest.
Who stopped yudhisthira from pool water?
Then elder brother, Yudhishthira went to find them and found his brothers fainted near the pond. He also tried to drink water and Yaksha also stopped him from drinking.
Was yudhisthira a good king?
He was never a king, even though he used(abused?) all the powers of the king(his father’s). Whereas, Yudhisthira ruled Indraprastha and later Hastinapura too. In both the cases, it is explicitly mentioned that the kingdom grown better and people were happy under his rule.
What is the most amazing thing you have learned from Yudhisthira?
Yudhisthira: The most amazing thing is that even though every day one sees countless living entities dying, he still acts and thinks as if he will live forever. Yaksha: What is the real path to follow in this life?
What is Yudhisthira answer to Yaksha?
Yudhisthira’s answers to the Yaksha. In the great epic Mahabharata, Maharaja Yudhisthira, the son of Dharmaraja is the embodiment of all good qualities. For this reason, he is often referred to as Ajatasatru, one who has no enemies.
What happened to Yudhisthira’s brothers?
One day while living in exile in the forest, Yudhisthira finds that while attempting to drink water from a lake, all his brothers have been killed by a mysterious Yaksha (a celestial entity). When Yudhisthira arrives, the Yaksha challenges him to answer all his questions or else face the same consequences as his brothers.
What is grief Yudhishthira?
Yudhishthira: When a man thinks that he’s the one who is the doer of life. Question: What is grief? Yudhishthira: Only ignorance.