Why were Ved Vyas sad after writing Mahabharata?

Sanatan Bhakti सनातन भक्ति

It is said that when Mahabharata was written, Maharishi Ved Vyas got tired of his labor. Although Ganesha was chosen as the clerk for the writing of this Virat Granth. He was named Ved Vyas due to the department and editing of the four Vedas, but his fame was more about the Mahabharata. Not only this, he was also witness to all the important events of that time. Many important things are associated with the creation of Mahabharata.

For example, in the Mahabharata, Ved Vyas described from the beginning of the creation to the Kali Yuga. He said that what is contained in this book is elsewhere, but what is not there is nowhere else. By writing the Mahabharata, he did not want to describe a great war, but wanted to establish the values ​​of life.

A strange thing in itself is that Ved Vyas was not happy even after having prepared an entire epic of subjects like religion, spirituality, society, politics, art and literature in one lakh shlokas. He was missing something in the story. One day they were sitting sad and there Naradaji passed by. Naradji suggested to him that your story is based on samsara. So after its creation you are sad. You create a book with God at its center. Only after this, Ved Vyas composed the Srimad Bhagwat Mahapuran.

Ved Vyas also wrote in Yoga, Vedanta, Grammar and Literature. He is considered a trikala. He knew from the divine point of view that in Kali Yuga, religion would be diluted. People will start being atheists. It will be difficult for him to read the Vedas as a whole. They will not be able to make time for this. Neither would like to read them. Therefore they divided the Vedas into four parts. They were named – Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Atharvaveda.

After dividing the Vedas, he studied it and preached the Mahabharata to his disciples Sumantu, Jaimini, Pal and Vaishampayan, and son Shukadeva. The Shrimad Bhagwat Gita is a part of the epic Mahabharata. In the Mahabharata war, Lord Sri Krishna preached the Gita to Arjuna for the purpose of preparing him for battle. Today, in the house, the Gita is read with great devotion and devotion. It is considered as the basis of knowledge.

The Ved Vyas may have been disturbed by writing the Mahabharata, but they have explained the essence of religion in this book. He wrote two verses at the end of the epic to explain the philosophy of the Mahabharata, like the sources of Bijamantra or Mathematics. His essence is that I raise my hand and say, but nobody wants to listen to me.

This means that only religion and accomplishment of work is achieved by religion, yet why do people not consume it. That is, those who wish for their welfare should not give up their religion due to fear or greed.

In the Mahabharata itself, Ved Vyas also said that the entire religion can be written in one verse. According to him, serving others is religion and suffering anyone is a sin (unrighteousness). Explaining the point of behavior, he has said that what we do not like, we should not behave with others.

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