Did Draupadi love Bheemsen? - letsdiskuss
Official Letsdiskuss Logo
Official Letsdiskuss Logo


Giggle And Bytes

ashutosh singh

teacher | Posted | others

Did Draupadi love Bheemsen?


student | Posted

First of all it is important to know why Draupadi was obliged to love his 5 husbands equally. ... So the answer is yes she loved Bhimsen but she loved Arjun the most. she committed partiality when it comes to loving husbands equally and she was partial for Arjun she loved him the most over rest 4.


teacher | Posted

She cherished him as well. She never at any point disregarded him.

A relationship is supposed to be solid when they trust one another.

Draupadi trusted him in her more regrettable occasions. He satisfied her desires.

Bheem didn't have an underhanded face like appeared in serials. He was so attractive.

Rank of hansomest pandav:

Nakul : child of Ashwini siblings.

Sahadev : child of Ashwini siblings.

Bheem : First to get hitched. Hidimbi herself wanted for him.

Yuthistir : Even Draupadi herself clarified about his facial excellence.

Arjun : He himself requested the hand of Chitrangada and stole Subhadra.

Along these lines, there were numerous odds Draupadi cherishing him the most as well.

The main motivation behind why she was fractional towards Arjun was he was in every case away from family.

12years willful outcast for upsetting Draupadi - Yuthistir security.

Rajasurya penance war. Four pandavas aside from Yuthistir went for war.

6 years he went for paradise to learn weapons after thrashing at dice game.

After Kurukshethra war, he went for a time of Ashwamedha yagh Sacrifice.

More often than not he spent in timberland and combat zone.

So she simply missed him and minded him more. Not just her considerably other pandav sibling too missed him.

A couple of perusers state that she ought not have communicated her sentiment of missing Arjun to her different spouses. In any case, how might she hush up. Whatever the issue his he is her significant other, she too sired a child for him. Without a doubt she would have felt a damnation of torment.

While persuading Bheem to slaughter Kichak,

At the point when she was thinking on the best way to vindicate Kichak who kicked her, she unexpectedly thought of Bheem. Also, went to his quaters.

And keeping in mind that she was thinking in this way, she recalled Bhima and said to herself, 'There is none else, spare Bhima, that would today be able to achieve the reason on which my heart is set!' And distressed with extraordinary anguish, the huge looked at and clever Krishna had of amazing defenders at that point ascended around evening time, and leaving her bed quickly continued towards the quarters of Bhimasena, burning of seeing her ruler. What's more, had of extraordinary insight, the girl of Drupada entered her better half's quarters, saying, 'How canst thou rest while that pitiable authority of Virata's powers, who is my enemy, yet liveth, having executed today that (foul demonstration)?'

She embraced him tight and cry. Do anybody embrace somebody who they disregard.?

"Vaisampayana proceeded, 'At that point the chamber where Bhima dozed, breathing hard like a lion, being loaded up with the excellence of Drupada's girl and of the high-souled Bhima, bursted forward in wonder. Also, Krishna of sweet grins, discovering Bhimasena in the cooking condos, moved toward him with the enthusiasm of a three-year old dairy animals raised in the forested areas, moving toward an incredible bull, in her first season, or of a she-crane living by the water-side moving toward her mate in the blending season. Also, the Princess of Panchala at that point grasped the second child of Pandu, even as a creeper grasps an enormous and powerful Sala on the banks of the Gomati. Furthermore, grasping him with her arms, Krishna of impeccable highlights awaked him as a lioness awaketh a resting lion in a trackless woodland. What's more, holding onto Bhimasena even as a she-elephant embraceth her powerful mate,

Look the sentiment the creator included.

She went to him with enthusiasm of embracing.

He represented the manner in which she embraced him.



Picture of the author