Shocking things about Shakuni that will amaze you

Do you remember Shakuni Mama of Mahabharata? He was the brother of Gandhari and maternal uncle of Kauravas. Here we will be telling you some of the unknown and interesting facts about the person who is also known as the villain of Mahabharata

We all know the Mahabharata war took place between Kauravas and Pandavas, which remarked the triumph of truth over the lies.

A Brief description about Mahabharata:

Mahabharata battle took place about 5000 years ago, between Kauravas and Pandavas who were stepbrothers. In the battle, at last kauravas were defeated and Pandavas ascended the throne.

Mahabharata is also known as ‘Dharmayudh’, was actually the war between good and bad. In this Lord Krishna gave several teachings to Arjuna, and via him to the whole world.

Shakuni as the villain in Mahabharata:

shakuni mama

shakuni mama

Now let’s come back to our topic, which will fill you with excitement and amaze too. We all consider, Shakuni as the villain in Mahabharata. He was the one who provoked Duryodhana (eldest Kaurava), to have a war with Pandavas. He was the maternal uncle of Kauravas.

Now, let’s see the things about Shakuni which will amaze you.

  1. He was the youngest in his family, which was raised by his all family members for the end of Kauravas and empire.
  2. Those dice that Shakuni used in dice game; was made of his (Shakuni) father’s bone, which moved in order of Shakuni and defeated Pandavas in the dice game.
  3. He convinced Kauravas in such a manner, that they became the biggest enemy of Pandavas and tried to use all good and bad tricks to defeat them.
  4. When his father and the whole family was imprisoned by Bhishma, all the family members decided to make Shakuni ready to take the revenge.

Actually, Shakuni was preparing for the end of the dynasty, in order to take the revenge of his family.

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