EKLAVYA STORY IN ENGLISH PDF

Since ages, the story of Eklavya a character from the Indian epic- Mahabharata has come to define exemplary discipleship. But there is an unheard and unseen side to the famous story. Eklavya was the son of a poor hunter. He wanted to learn archery to save the deer in the forest that were being hunted by the leopards. So he went to Dronacharya a master of advanced military arts and requested him to teach him archery. Dronacharya was the teacher of the Royal family.

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Long ago there lived the Pandavas and the Kauravas, the princes of Hastinapura. All the princes were taught archery by Sage Dronacharya. Ekalavya was a determined boy. He carved a statue of Drona on a tree trunk in the forest and started practising in front of it.

Time went by. One day the princes and their teacher came to the same forest. As Arjuna aimed at a particularly difficult target, an arrow pierced the target. Shocked, the boys and their teacher looked around.

Ekalavya quietly led him to the statue. Drona did not want anyone to be better than Arjun. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Latest Comments. Where i can get a full short story? Reaz Uddin Ahmed. Sahil Mir. Kind of ok thanks for the short story. Kind of ok thanks for the short story collection. Sushma Begum.

I really thanks for the story i like it thanks a lot. Ranjeet Kumar. Very good story and thanks for the helps. I really thanks for this story I like thanks a lot of you really I thanks you. I really thanks for you this story. Tumcha aai cha gho. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

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The Story Of Eklavya For Kids

Long ago there lived the Pandavas and the Kauravas, the princes of Hastinapura. All the princes were taught archery by Sage Dronacharya. Ekalavya was a determined boy. He carved a statue of Drona on a tree trunk in the forest and started practising in front of it.

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The Story of Eklavya and Dronacharya

He was a young prince of the Nishadha , a confederation of jungle tribes Adivasi in Ancient India. Eklavya is called as one of the foremost of kings in the Rajasuya Yagya where he honours Yudhishthira by offering shoes with respect. In the Mahabharata , Ekalavya was the son of Hiranyadhanus, who was the chief of Bheel tribe , known to be forest dwelling hunters. He served under King Jarasandha's army as General. Ekalavya was hurt when he was rejected by Dronacharya because of an old tradition where the Raj Kulguru was not allowed to teach others. Ekalavya still didn't give up on his resolute will to master archery. He once stayed hidden in the forest while guru Drona was teaching the Kaurava and Pandava brothers, after they left for the ashram, Ekalavya collected the mud on which his Guru walked, as a symbolic gesture of want to follow his knowledge and foot steps, later he went into the forest and made a statue of Drona under a big old well grown tree.

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Via Source. Have you introduced your kid to the fables and other Indian stories that have been popular for ages? Do you and your kids have a bedtime ritual where you read out stories to them? Or does your kid prefer reading on her own and is always interested in new books?

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