Markandeya Part twelve. Jonathan Smit.
Markandeya part twelve: Duryodhana is a part of the theater play: Markandeya. Based on the Puranas and the Mahabharata. Inspired by The Theater play of Peter Brook and Jean Claude Carrière. Video and photo shots by: David Martin, Makula, Stephanie…
Markandeya part twelve: Duryodhana is a part of the theater play: Markandeya.
Based on the Puranas and the Mahabharata. Inspired by The Theater play of Peter Brook and Jean Claude Carrière.
Video and photo shots by: David Martin, Makula, Stephanie Monot, Justin Wheeler, Prashan Tsaxena, Jonathan Smit, Kafeel Ahmed, Banita Tour, Magic Mirror, Swamiananda, Chanh Nguyen,
Jorg Peter, Julia Swab, Susann Mielke, Devanath, Nicolas Debray, Beachfront B-Roll, Yolanda Coer, Jacgueline Schmid, WikiImages.
You can find them on Pixabay, Pexls, Videvo.
The Pandavas have returned to claim their share of the kingdom. They are welcomed by the blind king,
Duryodhana is eaten by revenge. I don’t eat and sleep any more. He said to Amba.
I cannot be happy, I doubt, I doubt myself. I have to express those doubts. I want a war at all costs not to give the kingdom to the Pandavas. I want to keep the whole kingdom.
Drona comes as an envoy with a peace proposal from the Pandavas, and he tells them against Duryodhana: If you give the Pandavas 5 villages, there will be no war. But Duryodhana replied: A king does not waste his kingdom. As long as I live no one will take anything from my empire. I don’t give 5 villages, I don’t give one. They don’t get a pin from my ground yet.
Disappointed, Drona left the room. You will have a beautiful death, if the earth needs victims we will have a beautiful bloodbath. War is inevitable, don’t forget that the Pandava’s have many friends.
And one of them is Krishna. And with this answer, the Pandavas left the palace a second time.