The Mahabharata is not just a religious text but an epic that teaches many lessons about life. We can learn a lot from the mistakes made by the characters in the Mahabharata. Much can be learned from the mistakes made by the characters in the Mahabharata and their consequences.
Envy, hatred, greed, and power can be learned from the Mahabharata. Except for the Mahabharata, there is a lesson on how even people close to themselves can become enemies for power and power.
The Srimad Bhagavad Gita under the Mahabharata contains many facts about human life, responsibility, and religion. The teachings of the Gita given by Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield called Kurukshetra at the beginning of Kali Yuga are just as effective today.
According to the Mahabharata and the Gita, rich people have a lot of stress. One of the lessons that the Mahabharata teaches is that a rich person has more mental stress than a poor person. Mental dissatisfaction: No matter how rich, rich people are always worried.
Those who earn money in the wrong way are even more mentally dissatisfied. They cannot be happy and satisfied even after getting many material pleasures. They are being harassed by things like stealing money, giving money to someone. According to the Mahabharata, rich people are afraid of the following.
Fear of the Kingdom: In the past, the king’s speech and decision were all things. Wealthy people used to be harassed by the fact that the king would confiscate their property.
They were also worried about taxes and revenue from the state. There is no king now. But rich people are always worried about taxes and revenue. This is why they are always trying to run the tax.
Fear of fire: Everyone knows how much a spark of fire destroys. A membrane has the potential to destroy a single settlement. That is why rich people have a great fear of fire.
Relatives: Rich people are very afraid of relatives. They prefer to stay away from relatives as much as possible rather than become relatives because of their waste. They may even stop visiting relatives who do not share their status.