Why did Yudhistra asked same questions which were already aanswered by Krishna?

Updated 5 days ago in Avatars
8 on November 9, 2019

Yudhistra asked 6 questions to Beeshma. But for all these questions Krishna had already answered Arjuna during his Bagavad Gita discourse.

For example, for the question “Kimekam Deivatham” Krishna had already told “Vasudeva idhi sarvam”. For “Ko dharma sarva dharmanam” he has told “Sarva dharman paridyeja MAMEKAM saranam vraja”. Similarly for other questions also.

Does that mean Arjuna would not have discussed with his brother on the dialogue between him and Krishna?

 
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Adiyazh swami

That part Arjuna and yudhistra discussion Adiyen don’t know.. but here as king Yudhistra went very deep into doing his duty without any point mistakes.. so he want to know all the materialist knowledge of dharma to rule the country and follow the dharma. That why he asked this 6 questions to Bhishmar.. also bhagvan is there with him .. bhagvan motivated the king yudhistra to ask his doubts with bhishmar .. as bhagvan already told bhishmar is an knowledge ocean .. once he leaves his body there’s no one in this world with that much knowledge.. so bhagavan want to see his favorite Bhishma to talk and share all his knowledge to this world .. that’s why this scenes happened.. also our Velukuddi swami acharyar will tell bhagvan become one time acharyar by saying BG .. Arjuna itself didn’t follow so now he want to see Bhishma as an guru and share.. all bhagavan’s wish..

🙏🏽🙏🏽

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Appada namma inam
What a beautiful question 😊

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Srimathe Rangaramanuja Mahadesikaya Namaha
Srimathe SriVarAha MahAdEsikAya Namaha
Sri Velukkudi Krishnan Swamy Thiruvadigaley Sharanam

Adding to Nivethitha BhAgavatha’s answer,

Geethai ketta Arjunaney sharanAgathi pannaliye appo mandaila yerala nu dhana artham adhAn repeat

Dasanudasan

6 days ago

The fact that Arjuna didn’t follow Krishna was only after the war, right? But Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam was during the war! So how come at that time it was already decided that Arjuna didn’t follow Krishna?

5 days ago

Srimathe Rangaramanuja Mahadesikaya Namaha
Srimathe SriVarAha MahAdEsikAya Namaha
Sri Velukkudi Krishnan Swamy Thiruvadigaley Sharanam

Swamy,

Gita was told to Arjuna because he was hesitant to fight the war. In Gita he says Sarva dharmAn parithyajya charama shlokam.

Still Arjuna did not surrender. It’s not his fault. Krishna over complicated by answering all his questions. He could have directly asked him to surrender in the first place.

Arjuna says “I cannot understand”. That was the issue.

Dasanudasan

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Sri:
Also what adiyen opine is, if great people become our friend we take it for granted. Namma perumal nu elappam.

Or he is my friend how can he be almighty?

Krishnar vechundu yevanavadhu paasupathaasthram vaanga povAna ? Idhulerndhey therilaya arjunan nambala nutu?

Dasanudasan

6 days ago

Another view:
Pedhai baalagan adhaagum pini pasi moopu thunbam
Adhalaal piravi venden aranga maa nagarulaane

Nu paadirukkar

Azhwarkku paduthalai namakku padutharadhu

So avA namakkAga ketrukalaam illaiyA?
Dasanudasan

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Adiyen swami

1. Actually Arjunar was little clear and carefully asked all
His doubts when bhagvan telling BG .. our Velukuddi swami told Arjuna is a kanru Kutti and Gopalan used the kannu kutti to get milk for all of us. Other thing it’s a very emergency time so Arjuna didn’t have enough to time practice.. for saranagathi even though he didn’t say verbally he followed only krishnas order.. and again if he diverted parthasarathy redirected Arjuna back..

2. Later after war and in some relax Arjuna and Krishna went for an hinting that time Arjuna asked krishna to tell BG again.. so bhagvan told AnuGeethai Inorder to encourage Arjuna to recollect what he heard in the war field.

Nammaku enga swami kooda irukum pothu arumai theriyuthu.. always துரத்து பச்சை கண்ணுக்கு அழகு..

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