Mahabharata- An Overview

By Rishi Kumara Das

Certificate Course

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Course Duration

10 Hours 30 Minutes


90 Minutes

No. Of Sessions


Sessions per week





Schedule of Classes


Starts on


7:00 To 8:30 PM IST

Regular classes on

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

About the Teacher


Rishi Kumara Das

Rishi Kumara Das is Vice-President of ISKCON Delhi, Vice- Chairman of Northern India Divisional Council of ISKCON, Trustee of Annamrita Foundation- serving Mid Day Meals to 10 lacs children daily, Global Valedictorian at GBC College for Spiritual Leadership, Trustee of Institute for Science and Spirituality, ISKCON Delhi, Trustee of BACE, Delhi, Certified Instructor for Teachers Training Courses, Bhakti Shastri and ISKCON Disciples Course. He is Member of ISKCON Resolve, Member of ISKCON India Bureau’s Department for Legal as well as Department for Organization Structure and Accountability. He has 13 years of Corporate Experience in Two National News paper groups, MBA by education, National Inter-University Quiz and Debate Prize winner, Disciple of Srila Gopal Krishna Goswami Maharaja. He is in ISKCON since 2000 and currently a Brahmachari residing at ISKCON Delhi.

Course Overview

Course Description: Lessons from the Mahabharata, Krishna bhakti in Mahabharata, Gita in Mahabharata 

Course Contents:
Adi Parva, Sabha Parva, Van Parva, Virata Parva, Udyoga Parva, Bhishma Parva, Drona Parva, Karna Parva, Shalya Parva, Sauptika Parva, Stri Parva, Shanti Parva, Anushashana Parva, Ashvameghadik Parva, Ashramvasika Parva, Maushala Parva, Mahaprasthanika Parva, Svargarohana-parva, Harivamsa Parva

Target Audience: Devotees with atleast 2 years exposure to Krishna Consciousness.

Assessment Plan: MCQ test 

Course Requirement: Minimum conviction that Krishna is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, chanting 8 rounds daily. 

Important Guidelines for the Students: Read and attend

What will students gain from this course? Knowledge

Why should one attend this course?
To know about Mahabharat from the perspective of Krishna consciousness

What problems of the students are we solving through the course? How to philosophize in adversity, how to keep steadfast the principle of dharma

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