- Why the recent narratives on Shudras and Asuras are totally meant to misguide
- This trait -- what Yudhishthira says above -- is manifest in the biggest villain of the Ramayana, Ravana. He was a Brahmin. He had knowledge equal to 10 Brahmins.
- Kurukshetra minimised
- In a salute to Iravati Karve's tentative reading of Vidura being the real father to Yudhishthira, he appears here to merge his spirit into that of Yudhisthira before he dies.
- Hold that seditious thought
- On the battlefield, as the Pandava and Kaurava armies lay arraigned against one another, letting out bloodthirsty roars from time to time, Yudhishthira stepped out of his coat of mail and armour and descended from his chariot. His army stood by shocked.
- At the epic's end
- Yudhishthira, played by Jared McNeill, enters next, equally horrified at the destruction. The battlefield is strewn with corpses, millions and millions of them.
- Shatranj, a game in theory
- It is no surprise that the game-loving Yudhishthira declares thus his intention to enter into King Virata's court by, “presenting myself as a Brahmana, Kanka by name, skilled in dice and fond of play...
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