The Silent Witness-Barbareek

The Silent Witness-Barbareek

$79.00

Scene from the battle field of Kurukshetra,in the forground of this picture is Lord krishna with Arjuna the archer,while in the background head of Barbareek is shown placed on a pillar.Legend is that Barbareek was the son of the great Pandava brother Bhim and Nag Kanya Ahilawati. Barbareek, from his childhood was very brave and a great warrior. He learnt the art of fighting from his mother.Lord Shiva gave Barbareek 3 infallible arrows and blessing him, said that by using these arrows he would always be victorious in the 3 worlds The battle of Mahabharata was inevitable between the Pandavas and Kauravas,Barbareek had promised his mother that he would fight the war on the side that was weaker. Sensing Barbareek’s word and power as a threat to the Pandava camp also, Krishna in the guise of a Brahman asked for the sacrifice of his head. Barbareek requested that he wanted to see the battle till its end,his wish was granted,he gave his head to Lord Krishna.The head was placed atop a hill near the battlefield from where Barbareek could watch the whole battle. Lord Krishna blessed him that he will be worshipped like Him (Lord ) in Kaliyuga,his head was buried with due ceremony in a place known as Khatu a place in North Indian state Rajastha's District Sikar,it is 63 km.from Jaipur on Jaipur-Sikar highway.On the 11th of the brighter half of the Kartik month also, Shri Shyam's birthday is celebrated with gusto and fervour in Khatu. "BOLO SHYAM PRABHU KI JAI" "LELE KE SAWAR KI JAI" "SHISH KE DANI KI JAI "

Add to wishlist $79.00" />
Share with Share with

Scene from the battle field of Kurukshetra,in the forground of this picture is Lord krishna with Arjuna the archer,while in the background head of Barbareek is shown placed on a pillar.Legend is that Barbareek was the son of the great Pandava brother Bhim and Nag Kanya Ahilawati. Barbareek, from his childhood was very brave and a great warrior. He learnt the art of fighting from his mother.Lord Shiva gave Barbareek 3 infallible arrows and blessing him, said that by using these arrows he would always be victorious in the 3 worlds The battle of Mahabharata was inevitable between the Pandavas and Kauravas,Barbareek had promised his mother that he would fight the war on the side that was weaker. Sensing Barbareek’s word and power as a threat to the Pandava camp also, Krishna in the guise of a Brahman asked for the sacrifice of his head. Barbareek requested that he wanted to see the battle till its end,his wish was granted,he gave his head to Lord Krishna.The head was placed atop a hill near the battlefield from where Barbareek could watch the whole battle. Lord Krishna blessed him that he will be worshipped like Him (Lord ) in Kaliyuga,his head was buried with due ceremony in a place known as Khatu a place in North Indian state Rajastha's District Sikar,it is 63 km.from Jaipur on Jaipur-Sikar highway.On the 11th of the brighter half of the Kartik month also, Shri Shyam's birthday is celebrated with gusto and fervour in Khatu. "BOLO SHYAM PRABHU KI JAI" "LELE KE SAWAR KI JAI" "SHISH KE DANI KI JAI "

Recently Viewed Products

We Accept