Mahabharat had 11 notable Mothers. Some divine, some distressed. Some called the shots and some lost it all. Here are the stories from Ganga to Uttara.
Mahabharat happens when three generations of a dynasty fail at leadership. Bhishma, Dhritrashtra and Yudhisthir led the way to Kurukshetra.
Krishna when in Mathura solved his own problems and Krishna when in Dwarka solved the problems of others.
Incidents from the life of Karn will make you feel good about yours. Wronged every now and then, Karn's story is rather sad.
Abhimanyu's tale has two sides - of his bravery saving his side and how his half knowledge proved to be dangerous.
Krishna was a master when it came to playing mind games. He used every trick possible to further the Pandav cause.
Planning, plotting and conspiring by Shakuni and Duryodhan got many things done. Not a drop of blood was shed. No weapons were used.
Arjun chose less over more and made a choice that sealed his victory at Kurukshetra.
Popular as the goddess of wealth, there is more to Lakshmi. Her eight forms are here bless every aspect of human life.
One instinct led him into trouble and the other ensured he come out strongest. That's Bheem.
In a test of his nerves and not just knowledge, Yudhisthir's poise ensured he came out in flying colors.
Indra conspired and Sun warned. Karn stuck to his ground and eventually came out powerful than before.
From Vijay Verma in Deewar to Subhash Nagre in Sarkar, Big B's roles deliver dialogues that leave us with inspiration to excel at the workplace.
Stories from Ganesha that leave us with lessons to excel at the workplace.
Shakuni, Shikhandi, Duryodhan, Bheem, Arjun, Drupad, Drona, Eklavya, Dhrishtadyumna & Ashwathama - The Avengers of the Mahabharat!
Full stories behind their revenge. Stories that led them to Kurukshetra!
Inspiration from Krishna, the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. Here are twelve of the many things that Krishna's story leaves us as lessons for life.
A cowherd, a musician, a lover, a saviour, a prince, a friend, a peacemaker, a charioteer, a strategist. Krishna's many shades are full of inspiration!
Examples of some great friendships from the Ramayan and the Mahabharat. Friendships beyond social status, caste or race!
Inspiration from Ram, the seventh incarnation of Vishnu and the protagonist of Ramayan. Here are eight of the many things that Ram's story leaves us as lessons for life.
A dead man left 1/9th, 1/3rd and 1/2 of his 17 camels for his 3 sons. A wise man executed the will keeping everyone happy. Read on to know how it all unfolded!
The story behind Holi isn't as colourful, but it still brings some valuable lessons
Samudra Manthan - Devtas & Asuras begin a great churn. Some gains and some losses in the offering. Part 2 of 2 of a management lesson from mythology
Samudra Manthan - Devtas & Asuras team up to achieve an objective and mobilize the needed resources. Part 1 of 2 of a management lesson from mythology
Lessons from Arjun for winning in the Corporate Kurukshetra - Part 4 of 4
Lessons from Arjun for winning in the Corporate Kurukshetra - Part 3 of 4
Lessons from Arjun for winning in the Corporate Kurukshetra - Part 2 of 4
Lessons from Arjun for winning in the Corporate Kurukshetra - Part 1 of 4
Inspiration from Arjun, the protagonist of the Mahabharat. Here are twelve of the many things that Arjun's story leaves us as lessons for life.