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Mahabharatha Tatparya Nirnaya Chapter XIX The episodes of Lakshagriha, Bhimasena's marriage with Hidimba, Killing Bakasura, Draupadi svayamwara, Pandavas settling down in Indraprastha are described in this chapter. The details of these episodes are well-known. Therefore the special points of religious and moral KANIKAconduct highlights in Tatparya Nirnaya and its commentaries will be briefly stated here.
Kanika's wrong advice to Duryodhana This chapter starts with instructions of Kanika an expert in the evil policies of politics to Duryodhana. This Kanika was also known as Kalinga. Probably he hailed from Kalinga region. He was a person if Bharadvaja gotra and an adviser to Shatrujna the king of Sauvira. He told Duryodhana that when the close relatives like brothers, parents, teachers, and friends are our enemies, we should talk sweet outwardly and plan for destroying them. Heretics, robbers, theives and poor persons should be employed to kill them by poison. Outwardly we should pretend to be religiously.Rituals, sacrifices etc should be performed. Taking people into confidence by these means we should hit our enemy when the time is ripe. In this way Kanika secretly advised Duryodhana to plan against Pandavas.
Duryodhana approached his father Dhritarashtra and appealed to him to send out Pandavas to some other place. Initially Dhritarashtra said Pandavas are also my sons, they are well behaved, brave, they will add to the wealth and the reputation of our kingdom, and therefore, it is not proper to send them out.
Hastinapur, Uttar Pradesh, India
A) 1) DRONA PASSED ON BRAHMAHIRAS (TOP MISSLE) TO ARJUNA WITH THE CONDITION OF WHENEVER HE ENGAGE ARJUNA IN A COMBAT, ARJUNA MUST FIGHT WITHOUT HESITATION.
2) INSTALLATION OF YUDHISTHIRA AS HEIR APPARENT.
3) ARJUNA & HIS BROTHERS BECAME MIGHTY AND PUT TO ROUT THE KINGS OF EAST & SOUTH.
B) DHRITARASTRA COUNSELLED WITH KANIKA (KALINGA) AND KANIKA TOLD THE STORY OF CLEVER JACKAL.
C) CONSPIRACY TO SEND PANDAVAS TO VARANAVATA