In the Mahabharata, how did the Brahmins challenge the heroic ideals by stressing knowledge, wisdom, and introspection?
Quick answer:In the Mahabharata, it is from the dialogue between Lord Krishna and Arjuna that we see the heroic ideals of warriors being augmented with a mindset focused on knowledge, wisdom, and introspection. It is only through this augmentation of values that Arjuna is able to achieve his best performance as a warrior. Lord Krishna's conversation with Arjuna provides all three values needed: Knowledge of the Supreme Lord, Wisdom in formulating solutions, and Introspection to ensure one's actions are aimed towards attaining the Supreme Lord.
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