Author: A CompositionPublisher: GeethanjaliYear: 2007Language: EnglishPages: N/AISBN/UPC (if available): SA DVD 10028
YUDISHTRA‘A man should live virtuously because virtue is good, not because it pays to be virtuous’- This quote dominated Yudhishtra’s life. Yudhishtra was the eldest of the Pandava brothers and the hero of the great epic, the Mahabharata. Yudhishtira lived for justice and peace even patiently endured humiliation and exile because of his great virtue. He never deserted anyone who trusted and followed him. At one instance when all his brothers were killed and when he was given an option to bring one of his brothers back to life he asked for his step brother Nakula’s life. Even at the state of utmost humiliation and suffering he believed in Dharma and remained patient and calm and it was these traits that always helped him emerge successful in his adventures. This story depicts interesting and unexplored facts about this great personality.NALA DAMAYANTIWith willpower and self-confidence one can even change their fate-this is the moral behind the story of Nala’s life. Nala’s wife Demayanti, learned that it was her husband’s fate to die within a year of their marriage. But because of her great love and devotion for her husband, she fought against the Lord of Death and brought Nala back to life. Nala was a man of great dedication and discipline. He renounced all his wealth and riches as a king and lived a life of great simplicity with his aged and blind parents. Due to his selfless attitude, he gained all the best things in life that money could not buy. This story delves into the fascinating lives of king Nala and Princess Damayanti.