- Definition of Duryodhana – Our online dictionary has Duryodhana information from The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions dictionary.
- 20 October, 2010 Kamba Ramayana Duryodhana Vadham Chhau
- Oct 20, 2010 Duryodhana Vadham. Pava Kathakali (Glove Puppets). Director: G.
- Mahabharata tatparnirnaya
- He told Duryodhana that when the close relatives like brothers, parents, teachers, and friends However, Duryodhana insisted that they should be sent out.
- 16. God, Nature and Man
- Duryodhana was the eldest of the hundred Kauravas, their cousins.
- Brihannala to the rescue
- In the meantime, he is informed that Duryodhana has attacked his kingdom. Utharan decides to confront Duryodhana and sets off for the battlefield in the company of Brihannala, who is actually Arjuna in disguise.
- Of epic proportions
- Bright colours for the gopis, white for the Pandavas, black for Duryodhana and Shakuni, yellow for Karna and of course, shades of blue and pink for Krishna… Shobana got it right once again. As for music, Carnatic and Hindustani ragas dominated.
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- Althought the veterans like Bhishma, Drona, Vidura, Kripa and other argued in favour of Sri Krishna's counsel, Duryodhana was stubborn. There was a heated exchange of words in the open assembly between him and Sri Krishna.
- A touch of freshness
- Respectively, Draupadi, Duryodhana and Kunti narrated their views, just before the war, at the end, and afterward, spliced together with choreography by a dance unit. The monologues were delivered too simply to leave an impact.
- Abduction of Duryodhana
- The abduction of King Duryodhana in the Mahabharata is an example in which the underlying motives involved politics and military strategy.
- Oct 16, 2007 DURYODHANA. [Source: Dowson's Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology] ` Hard to conquer.
- Duryodhana : Respected in Uttaranchal! « Ancient Indians – Satya
- Feb 19, 2009 Duryodhana was the eldest son of Dhritarashtra and Gandhari.
- Krishna Book Chapter 75: Why Duryodhana Felt Insulted at the End
- King Yudhisthira was known as ajata-satru, or a person who has no enemy.
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