What happens after Pandavas escape from Lakshagraha?

What happens after Pandavas escape from Lakshagraha?

Escape from Lakshagriha As per the Mahabharata, the Pandavas lived for a full year in the house while the tunnel was being dug in secrecy and was completed in less than 6 months. When that night finally reached, Purochana, not knowing that the Pandavas were simply sleeping assumed them to be dead.

Who killed Purochana?

He was also a minister under the Kauravas. He is better known as the villain who created the Lakshagraha under the orders of Duryodhana and his evil mentor Shakuni. Purochana himself perished in the fire meant to kill the Pandavas.

Who was burnt in Lakshagraha?

Mahabharat Episode 31, April 12, Written Update: The Pandavas escape from the burning Lakshagraha by passing through the tunnel that they had secretly dug underground. In today’s episode of BR Chopra’s Mahabharat, Purochana sets the Lakshagraha on fire to kill the Pandava brothers and their mother, Kunti.

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How were Draupadi’s sons killed?

After reaching the Pandava camp, Ashwathama quietly enters one of the tents. However, owing to the darkness, Ashwathama mistakenly kills the five sons of Draupadi instead of the Pandavas. According to another version of the Mahabharata, Ashwathama purposely kills the sons of the Pandavas to destroy the Kuru clan.

What happened to Pandavas in Varnavat?

The Pandavas were invited to visit Varnavrat and stay in the house for a few days. Duryodhana planned that the death of the five Pandavas and their mother Kunti would pass off as an accident. Vidura has also sent a miner who would dig a tunnel for the Pandavas. The tunnel opened near the river Ganges.

Where is Varnavat now?

Varnavat – The concept of wax architecture Lakshagraha Varnavat is a place located in Handia of Allahabad in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This is the place where the wax house for Pandavas was built by Duryodhana. This place is visited by a lot of travellers and tourists.