Exposing over glorified Abhimanyu

Some frustrated followers of mahanalayak Arjuna always cry on the basis of overglorified and     one-day warrior Abhimanyu who was no match for Karna--Where was bravery of Abhimanyu on first 12 days of war..?? --He showed zero bravery in first 12 days.--This thread is only to expose fake bravery of this overrated boy..


Karna was under divine illusionary powers of Lord Krishna between 11-14 days of kurushetra war--His mind was under control of Krishna as we already told about it HERE


Many people don't know about boon of chandradev & gods of Heaven--All gods of heaven gave boon to Abhimanyu to remain invicible for one day --- the day of his death--Thats why this overglorified boy fought well on 13th day of war whereas in reality he was no match for Karna & Drona--Even Jaydrath was also invicible for same day bcoz of Shiva's boon ( who defeated four pandavas on the same day)--Same goes to this overglorified boy

Parv - Adi Parv, Sambhava Parv
Section - LXVII
Sacred Text:
(Chandradev said to Gods Of Heaven)

This boy of mine shall be his son and become a
mighty car-warrior in his boyhood. And let him,
ye best of immortals, stay
on earth for sixteen years.
And when he attaineth to his sixteenth year,
the battle shall take place in which all who are born
of your portions shall achieve the destruction of
mighty warriors. But a certain encounter shall
take place without both Nara and Narayana
(taking any part in it). And, indeed, your portions,
ye celestials, shall fight, having made that
disposition of the forces which is known by
the name of the Chakra-vyuha.
‪‎and my son shall compel all foes to retreat before him‬.
The boy of mighty arms having penetrated
the impenetrable array, shall range within it fearlessly
and send a fourth part of the hostile force,
in course of half a day,
unto the regions of the king of the dead.
Then when numberless heroes and mighty car-warriors
will return to the charge towards the close of the day,
my boy of mighty arms, shall reappear before me.
And he shall beget one heroic son in his line,
who shall continue the almost extinct Bharata race.
' Hearing these words of Soma, the dwellers in heaven replied, '‪So be it‬.' And then all together applauded and
worshipped (Soma) the king of stars.


1) And my son shall compel all foes to retreat before him ( which clearly means, he'll force all his enemies to retire )
2) the dwellers in heaven replied, 'So be it.' means तथास्तु ।

Everyone in India knows that whenever someone asks for a boon and any rishi or dev or God replies as "So be it" or "तथास्तु ।", then it means the boon is granted. 
Here, Chandradev asked for a boon and gods of heaven replied "so be it" which means his son was granted the boon of being invincible for a day.

So, all this overrated boy did, was result of the boon. Even after the effect of boon, he was only able to engage Karna and Drona for long time, never defeated them still.

1 comment:

  1. Karna haters please show your rear to this post. Perhaps your bums could succeed where your eyes failed KARNA DID NOT RUN AWAY AFTER GETTING DEFEATED BY ABHIMANYU. HE EQUALLED ABHIMANYU AND CUT OF HIS BOW IN FAIR FIGHT AS PER KMG
    Sanjaya said, 'Phalguni's son once more pierced Karna in the car with a barbed arrow, and for angering him still further, he pierced him with fifty other shafts. The son of Radha pierced Abhimanyu in return with as many shafts. Covered all over with arrows, Abhimanyu, then, O sire, looked exceedingly beautiful. Filled with rage, he caused Karna also to be bathed in blood. Mangled with arrows and covered with blood, the brave Karna also shone greatly. 2 Both of them pierced with arrows, both bathed in blood, those illustrious warriors then resembled a couple of flowering Kinsukas. Karna, the son of Vikartana, said unto Drona, 'Abhimanyu grindeth us all. Tell us the means by which we may slay him.' Thus addressed, the mighty bowman, Drona, addressing them all, said, The preceptor then, slowly and with a smile, said unto Karna, 'Abhimanyu is young, his prowess is great. His coat of mail is impenetrable. This one's father had been taught by me the method of wearing defensive armour. This subjugator of hostile towns assuredly knoweth the entire science (of wearing armour). With shafts well shot, you can, however, cut off his bow, bow-string, the reins of his steeds, the steeds themselves, and two Parshni charioteers. Hearing these words of the preceptor, Vikartana's son Karna quickly cut off, by means of his shafts, the bow of Abhimanyu, as the latter was shooting with great activity.