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Fate of Pandavs and Aftermath of Mahabharat War ok brother i agreee but what happen after mahabharataa what happen

to pandauuss pless tell me i am a hindu and i am proud to bee just want to know what realy happen after that war Thank you for questioning, The aftermath of Mahabharat or Kurushetra War is Given in last nine chapters of Mahabharat. The 10 warriors who survived the war include 7 from the Pandavas (Krishna, 5 Pandavas and Sathyaki) and 3 from the Kauravas (Aswattama, Kripa and Kritavarma) Sathyaki and Kritavarma were from the Vrishni race. Many years after the war, these two warriors got into a brawl against each other that inadvertently led to the destruction of the entire race. Aswattama slaughtered the army of Pandavas in their sleep on the last night of the war. He also killed Parikshit, the unborn child of Abhimanyu in Uttaras womb. The baby was then revived to life by Krishna. For this act, Aswattama was cursed by Krishna to lead a condemned life for 3000 years, and he wilfully retreated into the forest with the sages. Kripa later became the Guru for Parikshit. Yuyutsu was Dhritarashtras son born of a vaisya woman (and hence not counted among the 100 Kauravas). He fought alongside the Pandavas. When Pandavas designated Parikshit as the King of Hastinapura, Yutsu was designated caretaker of the Kingdom Vrishaketu, son of Karna, fought on the side of Kauravas, but became very close to the Pandavas after the war. Later during the time of Pandavas Aswamedha Yaga, he fought alongside Arjuna against Babhruvahana. In Stri Parva, Yudhishtira provides the following report on casualties and survivors to Dhritarashtra: 1 billion, 660 million, and 20 thousand men perished in the war. Only 240,165 heroes survived. After "seeing" the carnage, Gandhari who had lost all her sons, curses Krishna to be a witness to a similar annihilation of his family, for though divine and capable of stopping the war, he had not done so. Krishna accepts the curse, which bears fruit 36 years later. The Pandavas who had ruled their kingdom meanwhile, decide to renounce everything. Clad in skins and rags they retire to the Himalaya and climb towards heaven in their bodily form. A stray dog travels with them. One by one the brothers and Draupadi fall on their way. As each one stumbles, Yudhisthira gives the rest the reason for their fall (Draupadi was partial to Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva were vain and proud of their looks, Bhima and Arjuna were proud of their strength and archery skills, respectively). Only the virtuous Yudhisthira, who had tried everything to prevent the carnage, and the dog remain. The dog reveals himself to be the god Yama Dharmaraja.

I am giving here glimpse of all these 9 chapters: Shalya Parva: When all Heros died in war, the king of Madra became the leader of the Kaurava army. Yudhishthira killed Shalya and Shakuni killed by Sahadeva. And after this Duryodhana killed by Bheem. Sauptika Parva : Kritavarman, Kripa, and Ashwatthama all sons of draupadi, all the Panchalas with Dhrishtadyumna along with their relatives, while they were asleep. All got killed on that fatal night except the five Pandavas and Satyaki. Pandava then deprived the mighty warrior-in-chariot Ashwatthama, of the jewel on his head, and became exceedingly glad, and, boastful of their success, made a present of it to the sorrowing Draupadi. Stri Parva: after the end of Kurukshetra War the widows of the dead soldiers visit the battle field. Dhritarashtra too lamenting over the death of his one hundred sons. Vidura tries to console him. The words spoen by Vidura in this chapter have been subject of scholarly interests lead to the book Vidhura Niti. Shanti Parva: Dieing Bhishma gave final instructions about code of conduct, dharma and good governance to Yudhisthira. Yudhisthira become the king of Hastinapura. Narada, Vyasa, Devala, Devasthana and Kanwa visited

Hastinapur and talked to Yudhisthira about Dharma and Karna's fate. Anushasana Parva: Yudhisthira again goes to Bhisma to seek knowledge. Bhisma gave final instructions to Yudhisthir called Anushashana. Bhishma consoled Yudhishthira, answered all his questions and helped him regain his former composure. It consists of instructions of Bhishma and how he told Yudhisthir about 9 duties belonging to all 4 orders of society. These duties include - justice, maintenance of dependents, avoidance of quarrel, purity, suppression of anger, forgiveness, beggetting children by one's own wife, avoidance of quarrel, and simplicity. It narrates the Varnashrama system, practical duties of a king , acts of charity and activities of salvation as explained by Bhishma to Yudhisthir. Ashvamedhika Parva: the narration about the royal ceremony of the Ashvamedha conducted by Yudhisthir with the advice of Lord Krishna. Yudhisthir was filled with joy when he heard from Arjuna about his great deeds upon his return to Kingdom of Hastinapur after his world conquest. All the defeated kings and those who accepted the sovereignty of Yudhisthir over their kingdom presented themselves. Ashramvasik Parva: Hastinapur is ruled by Pandavas with Dhritarashtra as their head. After which Dhritarashtra left the kingdom and departed to the forest along with his wife Gandhari, his sister-in-law Kunti and Vidura. Mausala Parva: Gandhari cursed Krishna with the death of all Yadavas in a manner similar to the death of her sons. Due to effect of this and predestined. Yadavas, who were already divided between the two camps, fall on each other. They even try to kill Krishna. The entire clan of Lord Krishna, including his son's grandsons and cousins, perish in the conflict. Depressed because of this conflict, Balarama immediately leaves for a pilgrimage to the forest. Krishna asked Arjun to rescue remaining people, woman and children of Yadav Clan and then Krishna leaves for the forest for his own pilgrimage. On the way, he sees a serpent emerging from Balarama and reaching the ocean. this is the death of Balarama and his path towards Vaikunta. Jiru the hunter, accidentally shoots Krishna in the toe, which he confuses with a deer while Krishna is meditating. Krishna consoles Jiru and enters a nearby temple where the deity within him is seen, and so he merges with the image of Lord Vishnu. Pandavas lose interest in earthly matters after hearing about the destruction of the Yadavas men using Mausalas (Iron clubs of miraculous origin) in Prabasha, the death of Lord Krishna and Balarama, the submersion of Dwaraka into the Sea and Arjuna's inability to rescue the Yadava women while bringing them to Hastinapur. They crown Parikshit and leave for a pilgrimage to various places in India before moving towards heaven. Mahaprasthanika Parva: the great journey of the Pandavas across the whole country and finally their ascent on the great Himalayas. On their way, Draupadi and other Pandava brothers die midway except for Yudistra. Yudistra was the only person to reach the Heaven with the mortal body directly. The death sequence on the way of Himalayas is like that Draupadi -> Sahadeva -> Nakula -> Arjun -> Bhima. Only Yudhistra accompanied by a Dog. the dharmaraaj yama itself ascends to Heaven in the end. Svargarohana Parva: last Parva of the Mahabharata. This Parva enhances the honest quality of yudhisthir for his dharma and finished with the instance of divinity bowing down to humanity. Episode of yudhistra, visit of heaven and lok of Yaamraj. Dialogue between yudhistra with Indra and Yaamraj. This is the whole aftermath and Fate of Pandavs after Mahabharat war, If still any question remain you can ask via message... Shiva Bless...