Yudhishthira, Pandu’s eldest son, was older than Duryodhana
Duryodhana (Sanskrit: दुर्योधन, IAST: Duryodhana) also known as Suyodhana, is the main antagonist in the Hindu epic Mahabharata and was the eldest of the Kauravas, the hundred sons of a blind king Dhritarashtra and queen Gandhari.
Sahadeva (Sanskrit: सहदेव) was the youngest of the Pandava brothers, the five principal protagonists of the epic Mahabharata. He and his twin brother, Nakula, were blessed to King Pandu and Queen Madri by invoking the twin gods Ashvins.
Karna was born to Kunti around 12–15 years of her age personally I put 14. She got married to Pandu around 16–17. Then Pandu went to Digvijay say around 2 years. Then say second marriage, forest, curse and hermit life of around 8–9 years.
Subhadra was Arjuna’s favorite wife. Subhadra was the sister of Lord Krishna. Thus Arjuna naturally loved her more since she was the sister of his inseparable companion (Arjuna is Nara and Lord Krishna is Narayana).
Karna-The Real Hero of Mahabharata, The World’s Greatest Epic From India (Part II) Karna is the most tragic character in the great Hindu epic Mahabharata. From his birth onward he faced the cruel fate. He was abandoned by his own mother.
Skilled in Ayurveda, sword fighting, and horse keeping, Nakula is regarded as the most handsome man in the Mahabharata. He had two wives – Draupadi, the common wife of the five brothers, and Karenumati, daughter of the Chedi king Shishupala.
The first night with Yudhishtara proved disastrously frustrating for Draupadi who was by then aroused and willing to be taken. Bhima, who came next, got over his carnal desire by carrying Draupadi on his shoulders to show her the city till he was exhausted.
No. Draupadi was not in love with Karna. There are some fake folklores about it but not according to the authentic sources. These stories are spreaded by blind fans to show one character superior to another.
Some notable incidents during the first exile were Arjuna’s marriages with princesses Ulupi, Chitrāngadā and Subhadra. From his four wives, Arjuna had four sons, one from each wife — Shrutakarma, Iravan, Babhruvahana and Abhimanyu.
In hindsight, Draupadi ignores a man who loved her the most. The answer: Bheema. Of all her husbands, he is the one who loves her the most. He fulfills her every request, he cannot bear to see her hurt.
Arjuna loved Subhadra more than Draupadi due to the following reasons. Subhadra was the sister of Lord Krishna. Thus Arjuna naturally loved her more since she was the sister of his inseparable companion (Arjuna is Nara and Lord Krishna is Narayana).
Draupadi had five sons from five pandavas called upandavas. One son from each. It is also said that Draupadi had a daughter from Yudhishthir and Arjun namely: Suthanu and Pragati out of which Suthanu was married to Krishna’s son named Swarabhanu.
One story goes that in her past life she was a sage’s wife; her insatiable sexual appetite led him to curse her that in her next life she would have five husbands. Another story tells us that she asked Shiva for a husband who was noble and strong, skilled with the bow, handsome and wise.
She had eyes like lotus petals and a slender waist with beautiful hips. Her hair were dark blue in color with beautiful curls and had nails like a crescent moon along with well swelled breasts. Jayadratha stated that after once beholding Panchali, all the other women in the world appeared to him like monkeys.
The main antagonist in Mahabharata, Duryodhana was the eldest of the Kauravas, the hundred sons of Dhritarashtra and queen Gandhari. As the first born, he was the crown prince of Kuru and its capital Hastinapur. Karna was his closest friend.
Being spurred by Krishna, then Arjuna used Anjalikastra to kill Karna which cut the head of Karna, leading to his death. Arjuna had to kill Karna in such a kind of situation only because Karna had banes from Goddess Earth and poor brahmin.