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Shanti parva of Mahabharat, What it deals with ?

Tags: mahabharat, religion & spirituality, shanti parva
Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 11 Feb '13 12:21 am
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Shanti Parva (The Book of Peace)is the twelfth Parva (Book) of the epic Mahabharata. Set in the aftermath of Kurukshetra war, it consists of three sub-parvas - Rajadharmanusasana Parva, Apaddharmanusasana Parva and Mokshadharma Parva. Apart from instructions about code of conduct, dharma and good governance given by Bhishma to his victorious nephew and future King, Yudhisthira from his death bed, it also contains Vishnu sahasranama, which is a popular Hindu chanting amongst stotras.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 11 Feb '13 12:26 am

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