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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Some mytho here!

The Mahabharata mentions that only four people listened to the Bhagvat Gita directly from Krishna. Arjuna was the one it was adressed to, Sanjaya listened to it because of his divine vision, and Ved Vyasa, who was experiencing the past, present and the future at the same time. Dhritarashtra heard it indirectly from Sanjaya.
Who was the fourth?
(Hint: Today's day)

6 comments:

The Brave hearts said...

Hanuman

Anubhab Ghosh said...

Ganesh..

Rohit said...

Not quite Hanuman? http://hinduism.stackexchange.com/questions/866/how-many-people-listened-to-the-bhagavad-gita-in-the-mahabharata-along-with-arju

Jayanta Saha said...

Karna

Jayanta Saha said...

Karna

Baidurya Biswas said...

banyan tree standing in the field of kurukhetro

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Some mytho here!

The Mahabharata mentions that only four people listened to the Bhagvat Gita directly from Krishna. Arjuna was the one it was adressed to, Sanjaya listened to it because of his divine vision, and Ved Vyasa, who was experiencing the past, present and the future at the same time. Dhritarashtra heard it indirectly from Sanjaya.
Who was the fourth?
(Hint: Today's day)

6 comments:

The Brave hearts said...

Hanuman

Anubhab Ghosh said...

Ganesh..

Rohit said...

Not quite Hanuman? http://hinduism.stackexchange.com/questions/866/how-many-people-listened-to-the-bhagavad-gita-in-the-mahabharata-along-with-arju

Jayanta Saha said...

Karna

Jayanta Saha said...

Karna

Baidurya Biswas said...

banyan tree standing in the field of kurukhetro