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Kuruksetra - The Great Mahabharata War
(An Animated Feature Film)

Kuruksetra Mahabharata WarThe greatest legend of all time was a true story. This is the story of the honor and bravery of the greatest men and women in the history of the ancient world, the story of Kuruksetra, as recorded in the epic Mahabharata.

In a land ruled by a blind King (Dhritarasthra), 100 sons of Kuru, driven by the greed of one man (Duryodhana), deceived and usurped the throne of the 5 princes (Arjuna, Yudhisthira, Bhima, Sahadeva, and Nakula) of Pandu and drove them (with their Queen Mother Kunti, and wife Draupadi) into exile.

When diplomacy and reason failed, the rightful heirs returned to claim their throne on the field of battle. To make the wrong things right, in eighteen days of brutal combat, the largest armies ever arrayed or since assembled fought to the last man to find out whom shall rule the world. All the sons of Dhritarasthra and the warriors who fought with them were prepared to die for the greed of one man. No warrior, ever so great he may be, would escape his fate in the relentless onslaught at Kuruksetra.

In the field of battle where dishonor was worse than death, where there assembled the worlds greatest warriors with supernatural skills and no fear, all fought bravely. Only one man (Asvatthama) would disgrace his name forever, for the merciless act of killing the sleeping sons of Draupadi.

In a desperate fight, surrounded and out numbered by champions of war, the son of Arjuna (Abhimanyu) fell to his death on the field of glory. On a mission of revenge, so great that no army could stand against him, an aggrieved father brought the Angel of Death to his enemies, one and all.

In the greatest battle of the ancient world friend fought against friend and blood relative fought against blood relative until in the end only 5 heroic warriors remained to claim the victory.

Counseled by the wise and all knowing Krishna, Arjuna found the strength to defy an Empire, and the courage to lead his brothers into battle in the fight for justice and freedom. The price to be paid in human lives was too great to imagine.

Both young and old died in the struggle and the grief of battle spared no one. Against insurmountable odds the 5 princes of Pandu, heroes of the Mahabharata, claimed a great victory only to inherit a kingdom bereft of family and friends, a tragedy so great that the world has since never known.

 

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