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  Glowing lights, & Happy faces, Both are same. Tic-Tac-Tic! Tic-Tac-Tic! All Love both. God is Great, God is Love, Fantastic Love, Fantasy Love, Mesmerising colours, Universe is a  mesmeriser, Heaven is a fantasy, Glowing Sky, Fragrance full of air, Colourless,odourless Water, Fire where the impurities melted, Earth,the Queen of all Planets, ie,Bhoomi,Jal,Agni,Vayu&Gagan All are a fantasy of love. Tic-Tac-Tic Tic-Tac-Tic In the Mahabharata, Draupadi and her brother Dhrishtadyumna were born out of a yajna organized by the Panchala king Drupada.  Arjuna successfully married, but due to her mother-in-law’s misunderstanding, she had to marry five brothers.  Later, she became an emperor as Yudhishthira performed the Rajasuya ritual and attained the title of emperor.  She had five sons, one from each of the Pandavas, who were collectively called the Upa Pandavas.  The most notable event in Draupadi’s life is the dice game at Hastinapura, where Yudhishthira loses his wealth and his wife, and is humiliated by the Kaurava brothers and Karna.  Dussasana tries to clothe her, but she is saved by Krishna’s divine intervention.  After further episodes, Draupadi and the Pandavas are exiled for 13 years.  Important events of this period include the attempted abduction of Jayadratha and the death of Kichaka.  The exile is followed by the Kurukshetra War, where Draupadi loses her father, brothers and five of her children.  After the war, she resumes her role as empress for 36 years, after which she retires to the Himalayas with her husbands.  Draupadi’s story has inspired various art, performances, and secondary literature. In Hinduism, she is hailed as the Panchakanya (Five Maidens), archetypes of female chastity and are believed to remove sin when their names are recited.  In some parts of the subcontinent, a sect of Draupadi exists where she is the deity.  Draupadi as a goddess.Edit  In the Sanskrit Mahabharata, Draupadi is described as an incarnation of various deities.n the event section of Adiparva, she is said to be a partial incarnation of the goddess Sachi (or Sachi).  However, Vyasa describes her as celestial in the marriage section of Adiparva.  Mr.  On the Ascension Day, Yudhishthira goes to heaven and sees the goddess Draupadi seated as Sri (or Sri).   Subhadra Parinyam  Arjuna abducts Subhadra with Krishna’s consent.  When Arjuna himself was in the middle of a pilgrimage, he broke the terms of an agreement with his brothers regarding private time with their common-law wife Draupadi.  After reaching the city of Dwarka and meeting Krishna, he attended a festival on Mount Raivata.  There Arjuna met his first cousin, Subhadra, and was struck by her beauty and wished to marry her.  Krishna reveals that she is the child of Vasudeva and Rohini and is his sister.  During Subhadra’s swayamvaram (self-selection ceremony), Krishna states that he cannot predict Subhadra’s decision and advises Arjuna to elope with Subhadra.  After Arjuna sent a letter to Yudhishthira for permission, he drove a chariot into the mountains and took the smiling Subhadra with him.  After Subhadra’s guards fail to stop them, the Yadavas, Vrishnis and Andhakas meet to discuss the matter.  After Krishna consoled them, they agreed and thus, Arjuna married Subhadra with Vedic rites.  Subhadra runs away from Dwarka with her lover Arjuna.  The Bhagavata Purana narrates how Balarama chose Duryodhana as his bridegroom without taking Subhadra’s consent.  Knowing that Balarama would fight against Arjuna after hearing the news of Subhadra’s escape, Krishna decided to become Arjuna’s charioteer.  Arjuna took Subhadra and they left with Krishna.  After hearing the news that Subhadra had eloped with Arjuna.  Finally Balarama agreed and arranged Subhadra’s marriage to Arjuna at Dwaraka.  However, the so-called ‘Southern Recension’ commentary on the Mahabharata, Subhadra Harana Parva. It’s not a one-sided, but a two-sided love story.  A little more about the incident.  As soon as Arjuna approaches Prabhasa, he remembers Gada’s words describing Subhadra’s beauty and virtues.  He assumed the form of a hermit, sat under a Vada tree, and meditated on Subhadra.  He feels that with Krishna’s help he will get Subhadra as his wife.  Meanwhile, in Dwarka, Krishna smiles in his sleep and Satyabhama asks the reason for his happiness.  He tells her about Arjuna’s condition.  After that, Krishna gets up and reaches Prabhasa, where he meets Arjuna and takes him to Mount Raivataka.  After a few days, all the prominent Yadavas went to Raivataka to celebrate a festival.  Arjuna and Krishna roamed together.  Subhadra also arrives there and Arjuna is mesmerized by her beauty.  Krishna teases Arjuna, reminding him of his ascetic status.  Krishna instructs Arjuna to take Subhadra with him as he is acceptable to the Kshatriyas.  Balarama meets the sage, respects him and invites him to stay in Subhadra’s garden.  Subhadra begins to attend to all the needs of the monk.  Arjuna, on the other hand, is deeply in love with Subhadra before his very eyes.  Subhadra observes him and discovers his resemblance to Arjuna, his aunt’s son, whom he has heard from Gada and Krishna.  One evening, Subhadra to the young monk Subhadra also arrives there and Arjuna is mesmerized by her beauty.  Krishna teases Arjuna, reminding him of his ascetic status.  Krishna instructs Arjuna to take Subhadra with him as he is acceptable to the Kshatriyas.  Balarama meets the sage, respects him and invites him to stay in Subhadra’s garden.  Subhadra begins to attend to all the needs of the monk.  Arjuna, on the other hand, is deeply in love with Subhadra before his very eyes.  Subhadra observes him and discovers his resemblance to Arjuna, his aunt’s son, whom he has heard from Gada and Krishna.  One evening, Subhadra begins to inquire of the young monk about Indraprastha and the third Pandava prince.  Arjuna immediately reveals his identity.  A grand ritual is planned for Shiva on an island near Dwarka.  All the Yadavas go out for worship at the head of Balarama.  Seeing the opportunity, Arjuna eloped with Subhadra and married her.  and they descend to perform the marriage ceremony.Subhadra meets Draupadi and Kunti   When Arjuna returned from his exile to Indraprastha with Subhadra, he was received by Kunti and his brothers.  When asked about Draupadi, his brothers say that she is angry and does not want to see anyone.  To save her husband from Draupadi’s wrath, Subhadra disguises herself as a simple cowherd to the chamber of the fire-born emperor.  He went to the emperor’s chamber.  When Draupadi asks who she is, Subhadra replies that she is her maid.  Then Subhadra fell at Draupadi’s feet and said that she never wanted to replace her.  After such humility, Draupadi embraced Subhadra and accepted her as her younger sister. . 

Glowing lights,
& Happy faces,
Both are same.
Tic-Tac-Tic!
Tic-Tac-Tic!
All Love both.
God is Great,
God is Love,
Fantastic Love,
Fantasy Love,
Mesmerising colours,
Universe is a  mesmeriser,
Heaven is a fantasy,
Glowing Sky,
Fragrance full of air,
Colourless,odourless Water,
Fire where the impurities melted,
Earth,the Queen of all Planets,
ie,Bhoomi,Jal,Agni,Vayu&Gagan
All are a fantasy of love.
Tic-Tac-Tic
Tic-Tac-Tic

In the Mahabharata, Draupadi and her brother Dhrishtadyumna were born out of a yajna organized by the Panchala king Drupada.  Arjuna successfully married, but due to her mother-in-law’s misunderstanding, she had to marry five brothers.  Later, she became an emperor as Yudhishthira performed the Rajasuya ritual and attained the title of emperor.  She had five sons, one from each of the Pandavas, who were collectively called the Upa Pandavas.  The most notable event in Draupadi’s life is the dice game at Hastinapura, where Yudhishthira loses his wealth and his wife, and is humiliated by the Kaurava brothers and Karna.  Dussasana tries to clothe her, but she is saved by Krishna’s divine intervention.  After further episodes, Draupadi and the Pandavas are exiled for 13 years.  Important events of this period include the attempted abduction of Jayadratha and the death of Kichaka.  The exile is followed by the Kurukshetra War, where Draupadi loses her father, brothers and five of her children.  After the war, she resumes her role as empress for 36 years, after which she retires to the Himalayas with her husbands.
 Draupadi’s story has inspired various art, performances, and secondary literature. In Hinduism, she is hailed as the Panchakanya (Five Maidens), archetypes of female chastity and are believed to remove sin when their names are recited.  In some parts of the subcontinent, a sect of Draupadi exists where she is the deity.
 Draupadi as a goddess.Edit
 In the Sanskrit Mahabharata, Draupadi is described as an incarnation of various deities.n the event section of Adiparva, she is said to be a partial incarnation of the goddess Sachi (or Sachi).  However, Vyasa describes her as celestial in the marriage section of Adiparva.  Mr.  On the Ascension Day, Yudhishthira goes to heaven and sees the goddess Draupadi seated as Sri (or Sri).

 

Subhadra Parinyam

 Arjuna abducts Subhadra with Krishna’s consent.
 When Arjuna himself was in the middle of a pilgrimage, he broke the terms of an agreement with his brothers regarding private time with their common-law wife Draupadi.  After reaching the city of Dwarka and meeting Krishna, he attended a festival on Mount Raivata.  There Arjuna met his first cousin, Subhadra, and was struck by her beauty and wished to marry her.  Krishna reveals that she is the child of Vasudeva and Rohini and is his sister.  During Subhadra’s swayamvaram (self-selection ceremony), Krishna states that he cannot predict Subhadra’s decision and advises Arjuna to elope with Subhadra.  After Arjuna sent a letter to Yudhishthira for permission, he drove a chariot into the mountains and took the smiling Subhadra with him.  After Subhadra’s guards fail to stop them, the Yadavas, Vrishnis and Andhakas meet to discuss the matter.  After Krishna consoled them, they agreed and thus, Arjuna married Subhadra with Vedic rites.
 Subhadra runs away from Dwarka with her lover Arjuna.
 The Bhagavata Purana narrates how Balarama chose Duryodhana as his bridegroom without taking Subhadra’s consent.  Knowing that Balarama would fight against Arjuna after hearing the news of Subhadra’s escape, Krishna decided to become Arjuna’s charioteer.  Arjuna took Subhadra and they left with Krishna.  After hearing the news that Subhadra had eloped with Arjuna.  Finally Balarama agreed and arranged Subhadra’s marriage to Arjuna at Dwaraka.

 However, the so-called ‘Southern Recension’ commentary on the Mahabharata, Subhadra Harana Parva.

It’s not a one-sided, but a two-sided love story.  A little more about the incident.  As soon as Arjuna approaches Prabhasa, he remembers Gada’s words describing Subhadra’s beauty and virtues.  He assumed the form of a hermit, sat under a Vada tree, and meditated on Subhadra.  He feels that with Krishna’s help he will get Subhadra as his wife.  Meanwhile, in Dwarka, Krishna smiles in his sleep and Satyabhama asks the reason for his happiness.  He tells her about Arjuna’s condition.  After that, Krishna gets up and reaches Prabhasa, where he meets Arjuna and takes him to Mount Raivataka.  After a few days, all the prominent Yadavas went to Raivataka to celebrate a festival.  Arjuna and Krishna roamed together.  Subhadra also arrives there and Arjuna is mesmerized by her beauty.  Krishna teases Arjuna, reminding him of his ascetic status.  Krishna instructs Arjuna to take Subhadra with him as he is acceptable to the Kshatriyas.  Balarama meets the sage, respects him and invites him to stay in Subhadra’s garden.  Subhadra begins to attend to all the needs of the monk.  Arjuna, on the other hand, is deeply in love with Subhadra before his very eyes.  Subhadra observes him and discovers his resemblance to Arjuna, his aunt’s son, whom he has heard from Gada and Krishna.  One evening, Subhadra to the young monk

Subhadra also arrives there and Arjuna is mesmerized by her beauty.  Krishna teases Arjuna, reminding him of his ascetic status.  Krishna instructs Arjuna to take Subhadra with him as he is acceptable to the Kshatriyas.  Balarama meets the sage, respects him and invites him to stay in Subhadra’s garden.  Subhadra begins to attend to all the needs of the monk.  Arjuna, on the other hand, is deeply in love with Subhadra before his very eyes.  Subhadra observes him and discovers his resemblance to Arjuna, his aunt’s son, whom he has heard from Gada and Krishna.  One evening, Subhadra begins to inquire of the young monk about Indraprastha and the third Pandava prince.  Arjuna immediately reveals his identity.  A grand ritual is planned for Shiva on an island near Dwarka.  All the Yadavas go out for worship at the head of Balarama.  Seeing the opportunity, Arjuna eloped with Subhadra and married her.  and they descend to perform the marriage ceremony.Subhadra meets Draupadi and Kunti   When Arjuna returned from his exile to Indraprastha with Subhadra, he was received by Kunti and his brothers.  When asked about Draupadi, his brothers say that she is angry and does not want to see anyone.  To save her husband from Draupadi’s wrath, Subhadra disguises herself as a simple cowherd to the chamber of the fire-born emperor.  He went to the emperor’s chamber.  When Draupadi asks who she is, Subhadra replies that she is her maid.  Then Subhadra fell at Draupadi’s feet and said that she never wanted to replace her.  After such humility, Draupadi embraced Subhadra and accepted her as her younger sister.

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