THE Stories, no one tells you about
The Valiant Abhimanyu
Abhimanyu was the son of Arjuna and Subhadra. When Subhadra was pregnant with Abhimanyu, Arjuna, one of the five Pandava brothers, decided to tell his wife about the Chakravyuh war technique.
Arjuna narrated to Subhadra how to break the Chakravyuh, a labyrinth formed by armed soldiers to trap the enemy, and enter it. Abhimanyu heard and memorized the entire process from inside Subhadra’s womb.
But by the time Arjuna told her about coming out of the Chakravyuh, Subhadra fell asleep. As a result, Abhimanyu learned only entering the labyrinth but couldn’t know how to come out of it. Later in life, when young Abhimanyu fought in the great Kurukṣhetra War of Mahabharata, he had to confront the enemy’s Chakravyuh formation. He could get into the formation, but could not come out.
Abhimanyu took a chariot wheel and swung it around, fighting enemies unarmed. He did not give up easily and fought valiantly till his last breath.
Moral: Abhimanyu’s tale teaches us to stay determined even when the situation is not in our favor. One must never give up, no matter how tough the going gets.
Shubhpuja main aim to motivate our kids that never give up in worst conditions and always be positive in all circumstances.