Vrishasen - Tha Valiant son of Karna

Vrishasen was eldest son Of Karna. and grandson of Lord Suya. He was a great archer & awesome fighter like Karna. People always give importance to overrated one day warrior Abhimanyu who only fought on 13th day well because of boon of Chandradev [See it here].

 This thread will prove that Vrishasen had the power to move mountains! And he was only 16 !!

If you compare Vrishasen(Karna's son) with Srutkirti & Iravan(Arjun's son) then Vrishsena was SUPERIOR to both of them just like his father ( Karna > Arjuna).  Regarding Abhimanyu, He was not only Arjun's son but also trained by his uncle Krishna & Balram.


PART-1

VRISHASEN DEFEATED DRAUPAD & BRAVE DRAUPAD RAN AWAY FROM BATTLEFIELD

" Taking, then, another gold-decked bow that was new and strong, and drawing out of his quiver a strong, whetted, well-tempered, sharp and broad-headed arrow, and fixing it on his string, and carefully aiming it-at Drupada, he let it off with great force, inspiring all the Somakas with fear. That arrow, piercing through the breast of Drupada, fell on the surface of the earth. The king (of the Panchalas), then, thus pierced through with Vrishasena's arrow, swooned away. His driver, then, recollecting his own duty, bore him away from the field"

http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m07/m07165.htm

*****Here, See Vrishasen single-handedly defeated drupad. He made him swoon away! whereas all 5 pandavas altogether defeated Drupad .




PART-2

VRISHASEN CAUSES HUGE DESTRUCTION TO PANDAVA ARMY

Afflicted with the fear of Karna's son, the Panchalas ‪‎fled‬ away on all sides, like the Danavas from fear of Indra in the great battle of yore between the gods and the Asuras. Thus afflicted in battle by Vrishasena, the ‪Panchalas‬ and the‪ Somakas‬, O monarch, illumined by lamps, looked exceedingly beautiful. Having vanquished them in battle, Karna's son looked beautiful like the son, O Bharata, when he reaches the meridian. Amongst all those thousands of kings of thy side and their the ‪valiant‬ Vrishasena then seemed to be the only resplendent luminary.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m07/m07165.htm

*****Here, See Vrishasen destroyed Panchala army and the Somakas. They were running in all directions from the fear of Vrishasen.



PART-3

VRISHASEN SINGLE-HANDEDLY DEFEATED ‪UPPANDAVA‬S


"Sanjaya said, 'Beholding that army of thine exceedingly broken, the valiant Vrishasena, single-handed, began to protect it, O king, displaying the illusion of his weapons. Shot by Vrishasena in that battle, thousands of arrows coursed in all directions, piercing through men and steeds and cars and elephants. Mighty arrows, of blazing effulgence, shot by him, coursed in thousands, like the rays, O monarch, of the sun, in the summer season. Afflicted and crushed therewith, O king, car-warriors and horse-men, suddenly fell down on the earth, like trees broken by the wind. The mighty car-warrior Vrishasena, O king, felled large bodies of steeds, of cars and of elephants, in that battle, by thousands. Beholding that single warrior coursing fearlessly on the field, all the kings (of the Pandava army) uniting together, surrounded him on all sides. Nakula's son, Satanika, rushed at Vrishasena and pierced him with ten arrows capable of penetrating into the vitals. The son of Karna, however, cutting off his bow, felled then his standard. Thereupon, the other sons of Draupadi, desirous of rescuing that brother of theirs, rushed at him. and soon they were made invisible by means of Vrishasen's arrowy showers.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m07/m07016.htm

*****Here, See Vrishasen single-handedly defeated Nakula's son & all 5 uppandavas altogether attacked on vrishasen. Vrishasen alone encounter all of them. Just like Karna = 5 pandavas;
Vrishasen = 5 uppandavas !!




PART-4

VRISHASENA DEFEATED NAKULA & BRAVE NAKULA RAN AWAY ON CHARIOT OF BHIMASEN


The steedless son of Madri, thus afflicted by Karna's son, sprang upon Bhima's car like a lion springing upon a mountain summit, in the ‪‎sight‬ of Dhananjaya. The high-souled and heroic Vrishasena then, filled with wrath, poured his arrowy showers upon those two mighty car-warriors for piercing those two sons of Pandu( Nakula & Bhima). After the destruction of that car belonging to the son of Pandu (Nakula), and after his sword also had been speedily cut off with (Vrishasena's) shafts;

http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m08/m08084.htm


*****Here, See Vrishasen vanquished Nakula & made him chariotless n brave nakula fled on chariot of Bhimsena, in the sight of Arjun




PART-5


VRISHASEN DESTROYED BHIMASEN & NAKULA


NOTE - Vrishasen did this in front of Arjuna & Arjuna was helpless

The steedless son of Madri, thus afflicted by Karna's son, sprang upon Bhima's car like a lion springing upon a mountain summit, in the ‪‎sight_of_Dhananjaya‬. The high-souled and heroic Vrishasena then, filled with wrath, poured his arrowy showers upon those two mighty car-warriors for piercing those two sons of Pandu( Nakula & Bhima). After the destruction of that car belonging to the son of Pandu (Nakula), and after his sword also had been speedily cut off with (Vrishasena's) shafts;


http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m08/m08084.htm


*****Here, See vrishsena alone encounter both Nakula & Bhima at same time. Then he made both of them bathed in blood & nakula became weaponless.


PART-6


BHIMASEN AFRAID OF TERROR OF VRISHASEN REQUESTED ARJUNA TO KILL VRISHASEN


The son of the Wind-god(bhima) then, addressing Phalguna, said, "Behold, Nakula here is being afflicted. The son of Karna is resisting us. Proceed, therefore, against Karna's son." Hearing these words, the diadem-decked (Arjuna) approached the car of his brother Vrikodara. Beholding that hero arrived near, Nakula addressed him, saying, "Do thou speedily slay this one."


http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m08/m08084.htm


******Here, See Bhimsena with the fear of vrishasena requested Arjuna to killed vrishasena. And Nakul said "quickly kill him"


PART-7

VRISHASEN ENGAGED WITH MULTIPLE PANDAVA MAHARATHI


Then Karna's son pierced ‪‎Satanika‬ with three arrows, made wholly of iron and ‪Arjuna‬ also with as many. And he pierced ‪‎Bhima‬ with three arrows and ‪‎Nakula‬ with seven and ‪Janardana‬ with a dozen. Beholding that feat of Vrishasena, that achiever of superhuman feats, the Kauravas became filled with joy and applauded him greatly.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m08/m08085.htm


*****Here, See the foremost of padnada warriors like Arjun, Bheem and Nakul along with many other subjected Vrishasen ( a 16 yr old boy!) to a group attack! But he pierced all of them bravely!




PART-8


ARJUNA KILLED VRISHASEN BY CHEATING

NOTE--Vrishasen was engaged with Nakula & was about to kill him. To save nakula, Arjuna interferes & killed vrishasen which was against rule of war.

The diadem-decked Arjuna then, fearlessly and with great force, pierced Vrishasena with ten shafts in all his vital limbs. With four fierce razor-headed arrows he cut off Vrishasena's bow and two arms and head. Struck with Partha's shafts, the son of Karna, deprived of arms and head, fell down on the earth from his car.


http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m08/m08085.htm


*****Here, See Finally as usual Arjuna killed vrishasen by cheating. also see how brutally he was killed! his head and arms were cut off! Was Arjun really brave to kill a 16 yr old like this?


THIS WAS THE TRAGIC END OF GRANDSON OF THE SUN---- MAHARATHI VRISHASEN...

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16 comments:

  1. Karna along with other kauravas killed abhimanyu by cheating...

    It was tit for tat to the karna

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    1. Truth is Karna >>>>>>>>>>> Arjun

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    1. Truth is Karn>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Arjun

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  3. what a amezingggg !......arjuna completly helpless front of vrishasen
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    and arjuna cheated with him..then why arjuna great warrier

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    1. for you clear understanding i sxay this arjuna is not the great warrior hi is just a weapon which can do the work correctly as said and the weapon is used by sri krishna.for this example that arjuna can't lift gandhiva after krishna's death,etc.

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  4. What is authenticity of this document. We needs to read real mahabharart and then decide.

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  5. This document is very correct. Arjuna really killed Vrishasena by cheating.

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  6. Vrishasen = Abhimanyu

    Arjuna = Karna

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  7. Dude this happened b4 abhimanyu was killed

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  8. Shantanu Kumar Vrishasen was Killed first, so Karna killed Abhimanyu then Arjun is not a warrior, Karna took tit for Tat.

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  9. And brave,valiant Karna couldn't defeat Abhimanyu single handedly. He along with ALL MMAHARATHIS of Kuru army planned a very complicated maze-Chakravyuha to trap Abhimanyu. They sent Arjuna away deceptively. Even in the maze they couldn't defeat Abhimanyu directly. He alone killed half akshuhini army. They back stabbed the SIXTEEN YEAR OLD BOY and all maharathis attacked him together to kill him.
    How can you call him overrated.

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  10. This story is not true and it just violates the real Mahabharata.
    Read the real story and then post such stories.
    Don't post such stupid and baseless stories.

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  11. Arjuna killed Karnas nine year old son in the Draupadi swayamvar. Infact he deployed trickery to kill all of Karnas sons even before Abhimanyu was killed. Arjuna cheated and killed children who were younger than Abhimanyu in the war. How can such a faithless liar be righteous. Just because Lord Krishna supported him doesn't mean he was the greatest warrior and most rightfull person to ever live

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  12. I think the author of this BlogSpot is like Karna and his son. Making hollow claims

    Read :- http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m07/m07167.htm
    In this part, Vrishasen was killed by Satyaki and instead of beating Satyaki, karna is beaten and also asking Duryodhan to avoid confronting Arjuna.
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    That bull among Kshatriyas, viz., Satyaki, terrifying all the Kshatriyas with the rattle of his car, pierced the lotus-eyed Karna in return (with many arrows). Making the earth tremble with the twang of his bow, the mighty son of the Suta, O monarch, contended with Satyaki. Indeed, Karna pierced the grandson of Sini in return with hundreds of long, and barbed, and pointed, and tall-toothed, and razor-headed arrows and diverse other shafts. Similarly, that foremost one of Vrishni's race, Yuyudhana, in that battle, shrouded Karna with his arrows. For a time that battle proceeded equally. Then thy son, O monarch, placing Karna at their head, all pierced Satyaki from every side with keen arrows. Resisting with his own weapons those of them all and of Karna also, O lord, Satyaki quickly pierced Vrishasena in the centre of the chest. Pierced with that arrow, the valiant Vrishasena, of great splendour, quickly fell down on his car, casting aside his bow. Then Karna, believing that mighty car-warrior, viz., Vrishasena, slain, became scorched with grief on account of the death of his son and began to afflict Satyaki with great force. Thus afflicted by Karna, the mighty car-warrior Yuyudhana, with great speed, repeatedly pierced Karna with many shafts. Once more piercing Karna with ten arrows, and Vrishasena with five, the Satwata hero cut off the leathern fences and the bows of both sire and son. Then those two warriors, stringing two other bows, capable of inspiring enemies with terror, began to pierce Yuyudhana from every side with keen shafts. During the progress of that fierce conflict that was so destructive of heroes the loud twang of Gandiva, O king, was heard over every other sound. Hearing then the rattle of Arjuna's car as also that twang of Gandiva, the Suta's son, O king, said these words unto Duryodhana, 'Slaughtering our entire army and the foremost of heroic warriors and many mighty bowmen among the Kauravas, Arjuna is loudly twanging his bow. The rattle also of his car is heard, resembling the roar of the thunder. It's evident, the son of Pandu is achieving feats worthy of his own self This son of Pritha, O monarch, will grind our large host. Many of our troops are already breaking. No one stays in battle. Indeed, our army is being dispersed like a risen mass of clouds dispersed by the wind. Encountering Arjuna, our host breaks like a boat on the ocean. The loud wails, O king, of the foremost of warriors, O monarch, flying away from the field, or falling down in consequence of the arrows sped from Gandiva, are being heard. Hear, O tiger among car-warriors, the sound of drums and cymbals near Arjuna's car at dead of night, resembling the deep roll of thunder in the welkin. Hear also the loud wails (of afflicted combatants) and the tremendous leonine shouts, and diverse other noises in the vicinity of Arjuna's car

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