The eldest of the Pandava brothers, the heroes of the great epic, the Mahabharatha. Yudhishtira lived for justice, and patiently suffered humiliation and exile. 'A man should live virtuously because virtue is good, not because it pays to be virtuous' — so he believed and acted. And he said to the King of the Gods, 'I cannot enter a Heaven in which there is no place for a faithful dog.'
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by on September 01, 2016
- Data Web Tect LLC, October 2012
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