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YUDHISHTIRA

The Escape

Dhritharashtra knew the good qualities of Yudhishtira. He explained to his son that it
was only proper that Yudhishtira should succeed Pandu, as he was his eldest son. But Duryodhana's ambition was that he himself should become the king. He won over his father, and got a house of lac built at Varanavata; he planned to burn the Pandavas alive in that house. Vidura, the 'younger brother of Dhritharashtra, warned the Pandavas beforehand about the danger. So the Pandavas managed to escape from the house through an underground tunnel; they themselves set fire to the house.

However, news reached Hasthinavathi that the Pandavas had been burnt to ashes in the house of lac. But they were out of danger; they wandered through many woods, and traveled southward; they finally reached a dense forest.

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Yudhishtira - The Eldest Of the Pandavas, who lived for Justice and patiently suffered humiliation and exile
About  Yudhishtira
Introduction
The Prayers
Dharmaraja - Yudhishtira
Hatred Is Kindled
'This I Fear-'
You are Here! The Escape
Winning A Bride
King Once Again
The Humiliation
The Fatal Decision
The Terrible Consequences
Back To Indraprastha
Dice,Once Again!
The Pandavas In Exile
To The Rescue Of Duryodhana
The Questions of Yaksha
In Virata Nagara
War At Last
The Great War
Yudhishtira And The Dog
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