कैसे बने अर्जुन सर्वश्रेष्ठ शिष्य? | Mahabharat Stories | B. R. Chopra | EP – 23

कैसे बने अर्जुन सर्वश्रेष्ठ शिष्य? | Mahabharat Stories | B. R. Chopra | EP – 23

‘The stream that flows out
of the womb of knowledge..’ ‘..has neither color nor taste.’ ‘It’s a cool, clear stream of water.’ ‘It takes on the color
that is mixed in it.’ ‘It takes on the taste
that is mixed in it.’ ‘If you mix poison,
it’ll be poisonous.’ ‘If you mix nectar,
it’ll be nectar.’ ‘This was established very clearly
in Hastinapur’s guru’s school.’ ‘The mace is the same..’ ‘..but when Duryodhan holds it..’ ‘..it means something
else altogether.’ ‘In Bheem’s hands, it
means something else.’ ‘Guru Dronacharya will stand
helpless at the diverging paths..’ ‘..of his own mace.’ You’re all
familiar with this weapon. This is the mace. Just as you must
concentrate in archery.. ..you must concentrate
in mace warfare. But you must remember
that this weapon should never.. ..be used below the waist. This is the basic
rule of mace warfare. A good warrior will not
use his mace below the waist. Duryodhan? – Yes, Guru.
– Here. Bheem! Go practice. As you wish, Guru. Guru, don’t you feel
that my Duryodhan.. ..will be counted among the
best mace wielders some day? Sure, child. Sure. Quiet, Hastinapur dog! I’ll teach you a lesson. Guru, look. Let’s go and take a look. Archer! Introduce yourself? Please accept hunter
Eklavya’s respects, Guru. How can you be guru’s student? My respects, Guru’s students! You didn’t answer Arjun’s question. I’ve never taught you. That’s true, Guru. How, then am I your teacher? Because I have learned from you. When I’ve not taught you
how can you learn from me? Please come to my guru’s
school and see for yourself. I learned archery from your image. I hid and watched
whatever you taught.. ..these princes at
the guru’s school.. ..and tried to learn. – Identify yourself fully.
– As you wish, Guru. I’m hunter king Hiranyadhanu’s son. My father was an army general
under Jarasandh, King of Magadh. Will you be my friend? Sure. If Hastinsapur and
Magadh remain friendly. You’re an impressive
archer, Eklavya. It is your blessing, Guru. This image is my witness. But you need the teacher’s
permission to learn. Your image gave me
that permission, Guru. Then what about the guru’s dues? I await your orders, Guru. I want the thumb of your right hand. As you wish, Guru. ‘Dronacharya asked..’ ‘..for Eklavya’s right
thumb as guru’s dues.’ ‘The blood that flowed
from Eklavya’s hand..’ ‘..was in reality the due of
Kurukshetra’s battlefield.’ ‘But Dronacharya had
to honor the promise..’ ‘..that he’d made to Arjun,
that he would..’ ‘..make him the world’s
greatest archer.’ ‘But there’s another
archer besides Eklavya..’ ‘..who is studying
to challenge Arjun.’ ‘Dronacharya doesn’t know of it.’ ‘Had he even known that
Kunti’s eldest son, Karna..’ ‘..was learning
weaponry from Parshuram..’ ‘..what could he have done? ‘ ‘But I do know.’ ‘I can even hear the storm..’ ‘..raised by Karna’s arrows.’ Take a break, child. Guru. Be the best archer! Come. ‘This is the same
Parshuram who fought not once..’ ‘..but time and again
against the tyrannical warriors..’ ‘..and nearly made
them vanish from India.’ ‘He gave the land
won to King Kashyap.’ ‘The king’s son, the Sun.’ ‘The Sun gave rise to
the solar dynasty..’ ‘When Ideal Man Lord Ram was
born in this very Solar Dynasty..’ ‘..then giving him Lord Vishnu’s bow,
Parshuram retired.’ ‘But with the exception of
Devavrata, son of Ganga..’ ‘..he took no other
warrior as his disciple.’ The archer’s soul is in his arrows. It’s therefore an archer’s
primary duty to ensure.. ..that his arrows
are never insulted.. ..by siding with tyranny,
corruption and injustice. If any archer forgets his duty.. ..all his quiver’s arrows will
become soulless at that very moment.. ..and knowledge will forsake him.. ..as if he never had it. After Ganga’s son Devarata.. ..no guru had as worthy
a pupil as you, Karna. But if you ever insult your arrows.. ..then I shall take back as guru’s
dues whatever I’ve taught you.. ..at the very time
you’re in most need of it. Whenever you leave
from here, child.. ..you shall go without
paying the guru’s dues. “If the student is worthy
the teacher’s knowledge prospers.” “The student who protects the
teacher’s honor is himself honorable.” “Is himself honorable.” Why are your eyes colored
by competition, my son? If I notice that I am
after all your son.. ..but you love Arjun the most
then I’m bound to be competitive. You’d said you
wanted to be my student. God made you my son. But I myself made
all of you my students. This is a guru’s school,
not my home’s courtyard. You have the greatest
claim to the courtyard.. ..but at guru’s school the most
worthy pupil has a greater claim. Ashwathama, Arjun is the man.. ..because of whom we
get a glimpse of God! Without a test, how
did the guru decide.. ..that Arjun is the best student? Okay. I shall take a test
to satisfy you. Come. Princes, there is a
dummy bird on this tree. That is your target. Yudhishthir? Yes, Guru. Take aim. What do you see? The sky. The earth. No. Duryodhan Yes, Guru. – There’s a bird on the tree.
– Yes, Guru. – Take aim.
– As you wish, Guru. What do you see? A bird hidden by leaves. Okay. Should I shoot the arrow? – No.
– Yes, Guru. Ashwathama? Yes, Guru. Take aim. As you wish, Guru. What do you see? Your feet, trees and the
bird hidden in the leaves. Okay. Go. As you wish, Guru. Arjun? Yes, Guru. Take aim. As you wish, Guru. What do you see? Guru, I can only
see the bird’s head. And now? Guru, now I can only see its eye. Okay, child. An archer should see nothing,
but his target. Your student craves
your forgiveness, Guru. You’re the light of my life, Son.. ..but it isn’t good to be jealous. Jealousy like a termite
eats away a person’s virtues. You’re Drona’s heir, Son.. ..but Dronacharya’s
best archery pupil.. ..is this Kunti’s son Arjun. “He took the gift of
knowledge from the teacher..” “..and gave him honor
and name in return.” “He brought fame to the school.” “The pupil, Lord Krishna..” “The pupil, Lord Krishna..” You sent for me, Guru? Yes. Call Krishna. As you wish, Guru. My respects, Guru. I kept you back to
satisfy your mother.. ..on the excuse of education. But this doesn’t befit a guru. So, you two brothers
leave before sunrise.. ..for Mathura without
meeting your mother. As you wish, Guru. But mother is
waiting for us for dinner. First, may I go there
before leaving for Mathura? You’ll first go wherever you wish! How can I go, Guru? I must pay my guru’s dues, first. Playing games with me,
Supreme Sportive Being, Krishna? Guru, even in sport,
I must do my duty. Without paying guru’s dues, the
student has no claim to knowledge. Do you want me to
leave without doing this? I leave the guru’s dues to you. Give me whatever you want. I want mother’s contentment. I, wish that, too.. ..but a guru can’t be selfish. Guru, but a pupil can
be selfish, can’t he? Mother gave me the love only a
mother gives to her own son. I can never leave that love. But where will you search for him? It happened so many years ago. After you both leave, she’ll
learn to live without a son. Guru, I’ll definitely
go in search of him. But where will you look for him? I must go.. ..where the sage’s son went missing. Mother! Mother, won’t you come for dinner? I won’t let you go. Mother, I’m indebted to your love. I cannot leave without
fulfilling that debt. Who’s asking you to leave? I have even forgotten my
son after getting you, child. Have you seen me ever cry for him? Child, I’m not comparing
myself to Devaki or Yashoda. But can you pay
back a mother’s love? Even God cannot understand
the pain of a mother’s heart. As He is the universal father.. ..and not the universal mother. Mother! Such talk doesn’t befit a Mother. It’s time for Vasudev
Krishna to leave for Mathura. Accept whatever he
gives as God’s offering. Yes. He may go. I’m
hardly stopping him. He must go. But if he thinks I’ll
let him go with a smile.. ..then that’s his mistake. Mother, we must leave.
At least feed me today. I remained hungry in Mathura
and Nandgaon, even here. I’m really repenting
being the elder brother. Brother, whether you’re the older
or the younger you’ll surely repent. Mother, this is an injustice to me. As the elder brother.. ..I have the first
right to a mother’s love. Child, all sons have an
equal right to a mother’s love. Come now, Mother. Let’s
have dinner. I’m famished. After that we have to
search for your son. Today, when you’ll feed
the first mouthful to me.. ..my going will become
all the more necessary. Why? To protect my mouthful. ‘To protect the mouthful
he’d got from mother..’ ‘..Balram left with Krishna
for the land of demons.’ ‘With this journey,
Lord Krishna proved..’ ‘..that without paying the guru’s
dues, knowledge is incomplete..’ ‘..even if the recipient of knowledge
is none other than God Himself.’ ‘There was another
mystery to this journey, too.’ ‘Lord Krishna was to receive
his Panchjanya conch..’ ‘..from the demons.’ ‘This conch is an
important part of this story..’ ‘..because this conch will be blown
on the battlefield of Kurukshetra.’ ‘So, this journey and
Krishna’s successful return..’ ‘..is an integral part of the
immortal epic of Mahabharat.’ ‘Seeing them return,
the Sage’s wife ran towards them..’ ‘..with her arms wide and
eyes streaming with tears of joy..’ ‘..and a mother’s love.’ Mother. My respects, Mother. Son, I don’t know.. ..if I’m more happy to see you..’ ‘..or sad to part from Krishna.’ I won’t be parting from you, Mother. Mother, this is
Krishna’s best point. First, it’s difficult to
get hold of him. And then when one does,
then he won’t be parted. May you live long. – My respects, Guru.
– My respects, Guru. Father! Guru. What’s this? We didn’t see at all.
They gave it to Krishna. – So, he accepted on your behalf.
– Guru. This is the Panchjanya conch. For Mother, we took this
journey to bring back her son. We brought this for you. No, Krishna, It’s yours. It was meant for you. Blow this to announce
the end of the old era.. ..and the beginning
of the new, Krishna. As you wish! “The new era begins..” “..announces the Panchjanya Conch.” “The sound is welcomed by the good.” “And the evil find it unwelcome.” – Respects, Sage.
– Respects, Sage. May you live long. – Please come.
– Please come. Please come. Please come. Please be seated. This seat is yours, Ganga’s son. – No one else can sit here.
– Please take a seat. Please be seated here. Actually, I was just
talking to Vidur about you. What news from guru’s school? My pupils are studying well. The time is ripe
for Hastinapur to see.. ..what and how well
their princes have learned. There is no need to ask Sage Drona.. ..what and how well his
students have learned. I’m sure they have all
been taught everything. Don’t talk like a minister, Vidur. Sage, I’m sorry. Sage, then shall we organize the
convocation on the completion.. – ..of the students’ education.
– Sure. The king has decided to
offer you as guru’s dues.. ..a palace.. ..one hundred thousand gold coins.. ..and a chest of jewels and pearls.. ..as a humble token. I’m already weighed down
by the king’s favors.. ..but a guru’s dues cannot be given. It’s meant to be taken. I myself shall ask for my
guru’s dues at the proper time. Sage! Don’t worry, Ganga’s son. No guru can ask for the impossible
as a guru’s dues from the pupil. Ask the king to prepare the arena. As you wish, Sage. Victory to the king! I didn’t hear you come in. King, I came as quietly as possible. Why? Learn to recognize
without hearing the footfalls.. ..because a person
can change his walk. And his footfalls will sound
different if he changes his walk. I say forget all other sounds. Just keep your ears
open to the footfalls.. ..of your son Duryodhan’s future. That is the very dilemma I face. Ever since the Pandavas have come.. ..the footfalls of
Duryodhan’s future.. ..are getting lost
in their footfalls. Yudhishthir is the eldest.. ..and I hear that he’s also worthy. Grandsire just told me.. ..that Sage Drona told him.. ..that the princes’
education is now over.. ..and the arena should be built. Why does Sage Drona.. ..always run to Grandsire
for every little thing? Does he imply without saying so
that only he matters in Hastinapur? Sage Drona should
have told you this. It was you who appointed him
as guru to the royal princes. Moreover, now your
son has grown up, too. Stop subjecting
yourself to this bitterness. If they want the arena constructed.. ..let it be constructed. But it’s not for
the arena to decide.. ..who will be Hastinapur’s
Crown Prince. It’s for you to decide. The whole of Hastinapur
will see Duryodhan.. ..prove himself in the arena. Make him the Crown Prince. Brother Shakuni, I can’t be
openly unjust to the Pandavas. I’m not even asking
you to be openly unjust. Besides, even if a
king must be unjust.. ..he must never be openly so. But justice doesn’t mean
injustice to your son. Who are we to criticize God’s deeds? God? What else! If God didn’t consider Duryodhan
worthy of Hastinapur’s throne.. ..why would he send him to earth
as Hastinapur king’s eldest son? Are Sage Drona and Grandsire.. ..greater than God to
take decisions in His place? Moreover, it doesn’t even befit
a king to spend sleepless nights. ..in fear about the future. King, order the
construction of the arena. Yes, order. ‘Those who think
history is strange.’ ‘Who carry its pages like
corpses on their shoulders..’ ‘..are often heard to say
that the people in the era..’ ‘..of this immortal story
wore clothes of tree bark.’ ‘They’d never seen
diamonds and jewelry..’ ‘..and silk didn’t exist at all.’ ‘While talking thus,
these folks forget..’ ‘..that history wasn’t
even born at the time..’ ‘..this story unfolded.’ ‘History is actually..’ ‘..the descendant of great
poetic epics like Mahabharat.’ ‘Had this glitter not existed..’ ‘..how would sage Vyasa
have known of these things? ‘ ‘As Man can only try to touch..’ ‘..what he can see..’ ‘..or what he has heard
about from his elders.’ ‘I am after all.’ ‘Time and so, today’s
learned can’t fool me.’ ‘I’d seen this arena
aglitter in the same way.’ ‘The luster of jewels
equaled the light of the sun.’ ‘The gold filigree on
the walls and pillars..’ ‘..and this arena
decorated by rare pearls.’ ‘Today, I’m standing
behind Hastinapur.’ ‘I stand on my toes,
trying to see..’ ‘..what is happening.’ ‘All eyes are on the gate..’ ‘..from which King
Dhritirashtra will enter.’ ‘Men, women, citizens, commoners
and people from the province..’ ‘..are all seated awaiting
the royal family.’ ‘When there’s a sound.’ Victory to the king!
Victory to the king! Victory to the king!
Victory to the king! Victory to the king! Victory to the king! Victory to the king!
Victory to the king! Victory to the king! Victory to the king!
Victory to the king! Victory to the king! Victory to the king!
Victory to the king! Victory to Queen Gandhari! Victory to Queen Kunti! Victory to Queen Gandhari! Victory to the king!
Victory to the king! Victory to the king! Victory to the king! May you live long. Please come. Please come. Please be seated. Victory to Queen Gandhari! Victory to Queen Kunti! Victory to Queen Gandhari! Victory to Queen Kunti! Victory to Queen Gandhari! Victory to Queen Kunti! Victory to Queen Gandhari! Victory to Queen Kunti! Victory to Queen Gandhari! Please be seated here, Sister! Kunti, recount what is
happening to me as it unfolds. Become my eyes today. I can see through my mind’s
eye but even so, tell me! As you wish, Sister. Sister, the stadium is full. The king is on his throne. On his right is Grandsire. Sister, Vidur is hither and
thither busy organizing everything. Victory to family sage Kripacharya!
Victory to family sage Kripacharya! Victory to family sage Kripacharya! Victory to family sage Kripacharya! Victory to family sage Kripacharya!
Victory to family sage Kripacharya! Come, Kripacharya. Greetings. Listen, when will sage
Drona come with his pupils? Sister, it seems the sage
has arrived with his pupils! Victory to guru, Dronacharya!
Victory to guru, Dronacharya! Victory to guru, Dronacharya!
Victory to guru, Dronacharya! Victory to guru, Dronacharya!
Victory to guru, Dronacharya! Victory to guru, Dronacharya!
Victory to guru, Dronacharya! Victory to guru, Dronacharya!
Victory to guru, Dronacharya! Victory to guru, Dronacharya! Dronacharya! Respects, Sage! Respects, Sage! “He is the king of the city.” “All the people are courageous.” “Let there be a
beginning of a new era..” “..everyone is waiting for that.”

100 thoughts on “कैसे बने अर्जुन सर्वश्रेष्ठ शिष्य? | Mahabharat Stories | B. R. Chopra | EP – 23

  1. जय श्री कृष्णा, कृपया 24 नंबर और आगे का एपिसोड भी डाल दीजिए….

  2. पंडित पहले भी अहंकारी थे और आज भी अहंकारी है इन पंडितों और को आचार्यों का बहिष्कार करो क्योंकि सच्चा आचार्य गुरु दक्षिणा नहीं मांगता है

  3. नारायण के दर्शन के खातिर तुमने कितना बड़ा पाप किया एकलव्य का अंगूठा कटवा दिया कार ऐसे गुरु पर

  4. 😊कृपया आगे का ऐपीसोड नं.24 को अपलोड किजिये 👌i am waiting this episode and all mahabharat episodes👍 thank you so much.

  5. कृपया आगे 24 25 26 इत्यादि महाभारत के एपिसोड भेजने की कृपा करें

  6. Jai Sri Krishna
    Jai Mahadev Bholanath Shiv ji
    Jai Mahabharat
    Jai Pandab
    Jai pitamah Bhishm
    Jai guru drunyacharya
    Jai kipacharya
    Jai bhagawat Geeta

  7. द्रोणाचार्य एकलव्य के साथ बहुत गलत किया। वे ब्राम्हण नहीं कसाई थे।

  8. Sir aapka Channel par kab new movie aane Wala hai comedy action thriller movie please mujhe comment karke batana Mai YouTube par hoon video banana hai

  9. भारतीय लोग बहुत मूर्ख थे आज पता चला पूजा तो मूर्ति की करते हैं और आर्ध्या भी मानते हैं लेकिन दान जीते जी तुच्छ को दान देते हैं और मूर्ख बन जाते हैं अगर वह मूर्ति से पूछ कर दान करते तो सायद उनका दान नहीं जाता ,और मूर्ख बनने से बच जाता ,अपंग नहीं बनता तो राज ही करता

  10. Did you know that.. Karna is actually the student of guru dronacharya.. In vyasa mahabharata, dronacharya never denied Karna based on caste. And Karna's, Father is actually a king.. He chose to be a charioteer for dhritarastra as his own wish. Many warriors from India came to dronacharya to learn archery like satyaki, dhristadhyumna, shikandi etc.

  11. Dronacharya ji se mahan guru koi Ho nahi sakta. Eklavya ek bhil kabile se tha jo samay ane par dhuryodhana ki taraf se ladta matalab adharm ki taraf se. Eklavya ko vo ashirvad Mila jo kisi yodha ko nahi Mila. Eklavya no do anguliyo se teer chalana sikha jo modern archery ka tarika.. Archery me angudhe ka istmal nahi kiya jata hai. Ye den eklavya ki hai Jo puri dunya ke archery manti hai. Arjuna Karna ko ye saubhyga nahi Mila .eklavya NE isikarn virodh nahi kiya tha vo janta tha ki gyani purush bina karan kuch nahi mangte.chutiyalog jati ki bat kahte ki vo Brahman is liye kiye salo jindgi banadi us garib ki.

  12. कहने को तो दुरणाचारिय गुरु कहलाते थे लेकिन उनके मन में कपटी पन था क्योंकि भील समाज के बहादुर लड़के एक लबबय का अंगूठा ही कटबा दिया था

  13. काट काट देखा रहे हो पुरा क्यों नहीं डलते सब कनफ्यूजन करते है

  14. लक्ष्मण देवड़ा ने कहा कि आप मुझे बहुत अच्छा लगा कि

  15. ye to Guru dron ka apradh tha tbhi to durstdum ne eski grdan kati aur eska beta aaj bhi dar dar ki thokar kha rha hai. yese guruyo se bina guru achha

  16. paise de kar shikha leni chahiye. yese guruyo se bchna chahiye. tbhi to enhone jis jati ke logo ko enhone shikchha di sari jatiyo ka Nash ho gya.yesa guru to chahiye hi nhi

  17. Arjun all time the best .and arjun is the best student in whole the world .but l have a question that what was name krishna ,s teacher.

  18. महान शिष्य गुरु की खुशी और दक्षिणा के लिए मोत से भी लड जाऐ।

  19. एकलव्य की कहानी ये बताती है कि उस वक्त भी छोटी जातियों के साथ अन्याय किया जाता था, और ये अन्याय सर्वश्रेष्ठ गुरु द्रोणाचार्य को शोभा नही देती
    निःसंदेह ये दुर्भाग्यपूर्ण है।

  20. महाभारत स्टोरीज के 27 28 29 30 व पूरे 50 एपिसोड भेजने की कृपा करें

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