Rajeev Agarwal is a known Grapholigist for more than 25 years. He is the author of several Books Written in Hindi Such as Hello Zindagi, Easy Success, Likhaawat Se Vyaktitva Jaaniye, Share Karobar, Mutual Funds Main Nivesh, Secrets of Mahabharata, Secrets ofAghora.
He has written many articles on occult Science and Spiritualism. which were published in various famous News Papers & Magazines of India.
He also published Monthly E News Paper JanKranti from Last 4 Years.
This wonderful epic is composed by Sri Vyasa (Krishna Dvaipayana) who was the grandfather of the heroes of the epic. He narrated this epic to his son Suka and his disciples Vaisampayana and others. King Janamejaya, son of Parikshit, the grandson of the heroes of the epic, performed a great sacrifice. The epic was recited by Vaisampayana to Janamejaya at the command of Vyasa. Later on, Suta recited the Mahabharata as was done by Vaisampayana to Janamejaya, to Saunaka and others, during a sacrifice performed by Saunaka in Naimisaranya, which is near Sitapur in Uttar Pradesh.
The Mahabharata is the longest epic poem known and has been described as "the longest poem ever written". Its longest version consists of over 100,000 sloka or over 200,000 individual verse lines (each shloka is a couplet), and long prose passages. About 1.8 milion words in total, the Mahabharata is roughly ten times the length of Ramayana. Researchers has compared the importance of the Mahabharata in the context of world civilization to that of the Bible or the Quran.
It is very interesting to remember the opening and closing lines of this great epic. It begins with "Vyasa sang of the ineffable greatness and splendour of Lord Vasudeva, who is the source and support for everything, who is eternal, unchanging, self-luminous, who is the Indweller in all beings, and the truthfulness and righteousness of the Pandavas." It ends with : "With raised hands, I shout at the top of my voice : but also, no one hears my words which can give them Supreme Peace, Joy and Eternal Bliss. One can attain wealth and all objects of desire through Dharma (righteousness).
Why do not people practise Dharma ? One should not abandon Dharma at any cost, even at the risk of his life. One should not relinquish Dharma out of passion or fear or covetousness or for the sake of preserving one's life.
The message of the Mahabharata is the message of Truth and Righteousness. The great epic produces a moral awakening in the readers and exhorts them to tread the path of Satya and Dharma. It urges them strongly to do good deeds, practise Dharma, cultivate dispassion by realising the illusory nature of this universe and its vainglories and sensual pleasures, and attain eternal bliss and immortality. It induces people to do what Yudhishthira did and to abandon what Duryodhana did. Stick to Dharma tenaciously, you will attain everlasting happiness and Moksha, the liberation of life. This is the final purport or central teachings of the Mahabharata.
I have endeavoured my best to discover the unknown unmanifested Facts and Fascinating Events which were not appeared and not known to common people.
May be they are folklore, myth, mythology or untrue readers may decide.
If anything from the contents of the book appears to be misrepresented and which hurts any one I apologise from the core of my Heart.
May the teachings of this illustrious and ancient epic guide you in every walk of your life. May you stick to Dharma. May the great characters of the Mahabharata inspire you ! May you imbibe the righteousness of Yudhishthira, the purity of Bhishma, the courage of Arjuna and the liberality of Karna ! Glory to Sri Bhagavan Vyasa, the grandsire of the heroes, the author of the Mahabharata, a Chiranjeevi and an Avatara of Lord Hari. May His blessings shower upon you all !
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