Qualities Of Abhimanyu



Abhimanyu had long arms, a wide chest, and eyes like a bull. He was fearless and ferocious. He was learned in the Vedas. He mastered the use of both worldly and divine weapons from Arjuna. He was equal to Arjuna in skill with weapons. His hands were light and feet swift. He could counter any attack with any weapon and could kill any adversary who came before him. Abhimanyu had broad shoulders, a broad round face, as handsome as the full moon, and the gait of a lion. He was as aggressive as an elephant in musth. He had tremendous energy and used to observe severe vratas. All the noble qualities of Krishna, the resolve of Yudhishtira, the fearlessness of Bhima, the skill of Arjuna, and the humility of Sahadeva and Nakula were together present in Abhimanyu.


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Mahabharata Episode 37 - Birth of Abhimanyu


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