{ "discuss": [{ "ddate": "07-Feb-2013 18:18", "dcontact": "srihari", "dtext": "Bhimasena carried her brothers and mother on his shoulders and passed through the tunnel without any problem. Even though Bhimasena had a capacity to eliminate the Kouravas but he was against to fight directly with the elders, otherwise he would have killed Kouravas. According to the words of the Dharmaraja he carried his brothers on his shoulders and reached a river bed. He took a boat arranged by the Vidhura in that boat he placed his brothers and his mother. Afterwards he crossed the river.", "dtags": "srikrishnarpana", "darch": "0" } , { "ddate": "07-Feb-2013 11:13", "dcontact": "srihari", "dtext": "

Bhimasena carried his brothers and mother on his shoulders and passed through the tunnel without any problem. Even though Bhimasena had a capacity to eliminate the Kouravas but he was against to fight directly with the elders, otherwise he would have killed Kouravas. According to the words of the Dharmaraja he carried his brothers on his shoulders and reached a river bed. He took a boat arranged by the Vidhura in that boat he placed his brothers and his mother. Afterwards he crossed the river.

Bhimasena carried his brothers and mother on his shoulders and passed through the tunnel without any problem. Even though Bhimasena had a capacity to eliminate the Kouravas but he was against to fight directly with the elders, otherwise he would have killed Kouravas. According to the words of the Dharmaraja he carried his brothers on his shoulders and reached a river bed. He took a boat arranged by the Vidhura in that boat he placed his brothers and his mother. Afterwards he crossed the river.

Bhimasena carried his brothers and mother on his shoulders and passed through the tunnel without any problem. Even though Bhimasena had a capacity to eliminate the Kouravas but he was against to fight directly with the elders, otherwise he would have killed Kouravas. According to the words of the Dharmaraja he carried his brothers on his shoulders and reached a river bed. He took a boat arranged by the Vidhura in that boat he placed his brothers and his mother. Afterwards he crossed the river.

", "dtags": "Sriharivayu mahime", "darch": "0" }] }