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Was Duryodhana good or bad?

Was Duryodhana good or bad?

He was also an extremely courageous warrior and he was said to be a good ruler. Duryodhana’s greed and arrogance were the two qualities said to lead to his downfall in the Mahabharata.

Why did Kauravas and Pandavas came into conflict with each other?

The immediate dispute between the Kauravas (sons of Dhritarashtra) and the Pandavas arose from a game of dice, which Duryodhana won by deceit, forcing his Pandava cousins to transfer their entire territories to the Kauravas (to Hastinapura) and to “go into exile” for thirteen years.

What was the reaction of Duryodhana?

The narration of the Mahabharata meticulously describes the aftermath of his death in the last chapters of the Karnaparva . tl,dr; Duryodhana cried a lot, nearly fainted and was so grief-stricken that he had to be practically carried away to safety. There’s no evidence that he learnt of Karna’s true parentage.

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What was Duryodhana curse?

When Maitreya was asking Kauravas and Dritharashtra to return the kingdom back to Pandavas. At that time Duryodhana did not care to their words instead was showing his arrogance by scratching his thighs and the earth by his foot. So angered by this He cursed Duryodhana telling that “hid Thighs will be broken by Bhima”.

What are the two main Kauravas?

The two main Kauravas were Duryodhana and Dushasana. Their original names were Suyodhana and Sushasana (as naturally, a parent would never name their child as bad or bura), but because of their deeds and personality, they were called as Duryodhana and Dushasana.

Why did Dushashan bring Duryodhana in the court?

Dushashan did not listen to her and brought her in the court. Few people stood for revolting and said this was not done. But Duryodhana did not listen to them and said “This is law as she is our slave. I can treat her as whatever I want,”.

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What happened to The Pāṇḍavas of Duryodhana and his brothers?

Duryodhana and his brothers were living very happily under the impression that the Pāṇḍavas had been burnt to ashes along with the ‘lac Palace’. Then it was that the Pāṇḍavas, disguised as brahmins and in the presence of all the Kings, won Pāñcālī, the daughter of King Drupada, in svayaṃvara, for their wife.

Was Duryodhana a good or a bad king?

But as the ruler (Duryodhana was not the sovereign, but he exercised sovereignty in the name of his father, King Dhritarashtra who served as the figurehead and the stamp of authority) he was very good as a King as nowhere in the Mahabharata it is mentioned that Duryodhana was a bad king and a tyrant.