Most Probable Questions for Examination | Yudhisthira’s Wisdom | BA, BBS 1st Year

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Most Probable Questions for Examination | Yudhisthira’s Wisdom

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Most Probable Questions for Examination | Yudhisthira’s Wisdom

1. How has been shown the importance of courage and patience to get the victory from the problem in the legend, Yudhisthira Wisdom?
Ans: In fact the legend, Yudhisthira Wisdom gives us many moral lessons. Among of them; the best moral lesson is that go get victory over any types of problems, we should have patience. In a story too, if Yudhisthira had not got patience like his all brothers, he would also have faced same reality as his four brothers had faced. But he took great patience and tried to give correct answers to Yaksha. So, at last, he was able to save his all brothers’ life.

In the story, the Pandava brothers were spending their lives in the forest. As they saw a deer in the jungle, they chased it, reached far from their hut. Due to the extremely hot, they felt thirsty. Therefore, Yudhisthira sent his youngest brother, Sahadeva to search for the water. Sahadeva went but did not return for a long time. Then sad Yudhisthira sent his another, Nakula, Bhima, and Arjuna respectively but nobody returned back. Finally, Yudhisthira himself went to search his brothers.

While searching them, he reached in a pond where his all brother was lying down. Seeing such dead condition of his brothers, he wept and cried heavily. However, he wanted to delete his thirst at first. As he was about to drink water, somebody warned his that without giving answers to his questions, he was not allowed to drink it. Yudhisthira told the unknown person’s voice to ask him questions and he would try his best to give correct answers as far as possible.

He supplied corrected answered asked by Yaksha and pleased and happy Yaksha restored his all brothers’ life. In this way, this legend teaches us the importance of patience and wisdom to defeat problems or obstacles happening in our life.

2. Retell the story of “Yudhisthira’s Wisdom” from the point of view of Yaksha.

Ans: I am Yaksha. While chasing a deer, the five Pandavas brother got tired and thirsty. They came in my pond to drink water one by one. Besides Yudhisthira, all four brothers tried to drink water without giving my questions’ answer. So, I made them unconscious. Finally, Yudhisthira came to drink water but unlike his brothers, he did not drink water before answering my questions. I became quite pleased in his answers and told him to choose one brother to whom I could make a restore. He chooses Nakula who was the son of his stepmother, Mandri. Later I revived his all brother and promised them to help in their final year of exile.

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3. Retell the story “Yudhisthira’s Wisdom” in the point of Yudhishthira?

Ans: Once, in our exile time, I and my four brothers were spending our life in the forest. As we saw a deer in the jungle, we chasing it reached very far from our hut. Due to extremely hot, I felt very thirsty. I sent my youngest brother, Sahadeva to search for water. Sahadeva went but did not return back for a long time. Then I sent Nakula, Bhima and, Arjuna respectively. But nobody returned.

Finally, I myself went to search my brothers. While searching them, I reached in a pond where my all brother was lying down. Seeing such dead condition of my brothers, I wept and cried heavily. Anyway, at first, I wanted to delete my thirst. As I was about to drink water, somebody warned me that without giving the answers to the questions, I was not allowed to drink. I told the unknown person voice to ask me questions and I would try my best to give correct answers as far as possible. Now, the voice (Yaksha) started asking questions:

Yaksha asks: How does the sunshine?

I answer: Due to gods grace (KRIPA).

Yaksha: What is the powerful weapon to fight against dangerous situation?

I answer: Courage.

Yaksha asks: Who gives more than earth?

I answer: Mothers.

Yaksha asks: When does the man become the dearest of others?

I answer: When he leaves his proud.

Yaksha asks: What thing is essential to leave and leaving that thing he will be happy?

I answer: Anger

Yaksha asks: To be a rich man, what thing should leave?

I answer: Will or wish.

Hearing my answers, Yaksha became quite happy wanted to revive my one brother, so Yaksha asked me to whom to revise. I requested to restore the life of Nakula. Then Yaksha asked me why I did not see the importance of other brothers. I replied to him that I along with Bhima and Arjuna were offerings of Kunti but Sahadeva and Nakula were offerings of Madri, so if they both died, Mandri would be childless. From the side of Kunti, I was alive and could continue our dynasty. Yaksha became quite pleased with my answers and showed me his real appearance. In fact, he was Yamaharaja. Finally, he restored my all four brothers. He also promised that he would help us to hide in our last year time of exile. Likewise, he also advised us to go and stay in Matsya disguising our appearance.

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