The Mahabharata identifies the differences between good and evil and explains how to adapt to circumstances. It also helps in decision making. The Mahabharata is not just about wars and fights but also about sweet love stories.
The Mahabharata is an epic to us, not an epic. Teaches righteousness. Teaches lifestyle. It also tells you how to behave when situations are different and how to deal with the consequences. At the same time the Mahabharata identifies the differences between good and evil and explains how to adapt to the circumstances. It also helps in decision making. The Mahabharata is not just about wars and fights but also about sweet love stories. Let us now look at some of the most fascinating love stories among them.
Marriage of Lord Krishna and Rukmini
The marriage of Lord Krishna and Rukmini in the Mahabharata should be mentioned first. Because here Vasudeva takes Rukmini and marries her. Rukmini was the daughter of Maharaja Bhishma of Vidarbha. Bhishma was a vassal of Jarasandhu. But Rukmini Devi-Sri Krishna loves each other. Deeply loved. Rukmini, who is Rukmini’s brother, does not like it. Also he is a friend of Kansudi. Lord Krishna, by killing Kansudi, he stood against the will of his sister. With this, Rukmini sends a letter to Kannayya asking her how to get married. Immediately after receiving the message, Krishna, along with Balarama, left Dwarka for Vidarbha. They then take Rukmini and marry her. This causes a feud between Rukmini’s brother and Krishna.
Subhadra, Arjuna’s marriage
Lord Krishna’s sister Subhadra .. loves Arjuna. However, her elder brother Balarama did not agree to this. He sees what he has to do with his friend Duryodhana. However, Lord Krishna marries Arjuna at the will of his sister. He instructs Arjuna to kidnap Subhadra to get married and leads Tatamanta back. Wade is a fan born to both of them.
Love marriage of Krishna’s son
It is known that Lord Krishna had 8 wives. Zambavati is one of them. Sambha is the name of the son of Zambavati-Srikrishna. There is a story that Samba fell in love with Lakshmana, the daughter of Duryodhana and Bhanumathi. The two wanted to marry each other. But Duryodhana did not want to marry his daughter to the son of Lord Krishna. So one day Sambha Lakshmana gets married and leaves for Dwarka. Upon learning of this, the Kauravas fight Sambha with their army in the middle of the path and capture him. Knowing this, Krishnabalaram approached the elephant and expressed his anger. Balarama begins to immerse his plow Hastinapur in the Ganges. All the people, including the dignitaries who saw it, were terrified and apologized. He then leaves Lakshmana-sambha and remarries among the Vedas.
Marriage of Amba, Ambalika, Ambika
In the Mahabharata, Amba, Ambika and Ambalika were the daughters of Kashi Raja. Bhishma goes along with all the kings to these three swayamvaras. Bhishma defeats them all and takes the three princesses to Hastinapur. So Satyavati’s son sees his three sisters marrying Vichitravirya. However, Ambika and Ambalika agree to the marriage. But Amba refuses to marry, saying she thinks of someone else as her husband. Later even the king did not accept Amba.
The marriage of Bhanumathi and Duryodhana is unique in the Mahabharata. Bhanumathi was the daughter of King Chandravarma of Kamboja. Besides, she is very beautiful and talented. Duryodhana also goes to her Swayamvara with Jarasandhu, Shishupala and Rukmi. If Jayamala is put in anyone’s lap he will become her husband. But as Bhanumathi takes the victories and moves forward .. Daryodhana interrupts her and forcibly forces her to put it around his neck. Thus Bhanumathi .. becomes the wife of Duryodhana.