Mahabharata Quotes That will influence Your Thought Process of Life

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Mahabharata Quotes

Mahabharata is one of the greatest epics known to the world. As it portrays the omnipresent premise of war with a never-ending cycle of lessons and teaching.

So here we present 28 Mahabharata quotes for our readers that will bring more clarity to your daily life.

“Do your duty and shape your destiny. That is the secret of life. Oh, Man! Your own hands hold your own destiny.”

The Mahabharata

“Time creates all things and time destroys them all. Time burns all creatures and time again extinguishes that fire.”

The Mahabharata

“Fools are those trying to teach the one who cannot be taught and those talking to the one who listens to them with mistrust.”

The Mahabharata

“Making evil by violence is the power of the wicked; forgiveness is the power of the virtuous.”

The Mahabharata

“Passion, engagement, skill and policy – these are the means to accomplish objectives.”

The Mahabharata

“In this world, the relationship between the virtuous is more important than a relationship resulting from birth.”

The Mahabharata

“For the sake and protection of Dharma and his disciple, Lord Krishna can even be a charioteer.”

The Mahabharata

“It is better for one to live on alms than to kill.”

The Mahabharata

“Good action will bring happiness. Bad actions will lead to misery. To get anything one has to act, perform. Without action, one does not get anything.”

The Mahabharata

“I do not blame you, My King, for hitting an innocent man. For, cruelty comes quickly to the powerful.”

The Mahabharata

“Cleverness does not always lead to gain nor stupidity to poverty.”

The Mahabharata

“The highest concentration, like Arjuna, can lead any human being to the highest success.”

The Mahabharata

“Men lose good judgment in things which concern their interest.”

The Mahabharata

“Never support the immoral work of children; ultimately, it leads to their destruction like Kauravas.”

The Mahabharata

“Once war has been undertaken, no peace is made by pretending there is no war.”

The Mahabharata

“He is a fool that practices truth without knowing the difference between truth and falsehood.”

The Mahabharata

“All this is rooted in Time, to be or not to be, to be happy or not to be happy.”

The Mahabharata

“Whatever is here, is found elsewhere. But what is not here, is nowhere else.”

The Mahabharata

“Whatever actions are performed by a man under whatever circumstances, he gets the fruits of those actions under whatever circumstances they may be performed.”

The Mahabharata

“I am the beginning, the middle, and the end of creation.”

The Mahabharata

“Yearning for pleasure captivates man, but then causes passion and anger in him.”

The Mahabharata

“If you start a work, take rest only after its completion; otherwise, the (incomplete) work will finish you.”

The Mahabharata

“Never try to do good deeds under the influence of passion, fear or greed.”

The Mahabharata

“People who never raise a voice against the injustice in front of them, have no right to live.”

The Mahabharata

“Those who wish to prosper must get rid of evil minds and evil friends.”

The Mahabharata

“Words are invaluable, speak them if you must. Weigh them carefully before you speak them out.”

The Mahabharata

“The biggest drawback of anger is that it cannot differentiate between good and bad.”

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“Dharma and Truth are the only eternal, and ultimately its victory is inevitable.”

The Mahabharata

From thousands of slokas and verses, we have shared a few with our readers. And last but not least do share with us your favorite Mahabharata quotes in the comment section below.

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