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That is what i wanted to say too Radhika...
That's because on kauravas side he is the only guy who can come near to the neck-breaking speed at which Krishna rode.
Then Yudhsthira, the lord of the world call his younger brothers and addressed them as follows :-- "O highly fortunate ones! Our revered uncle is desirous to perform the funeral obsequies of his sons; so we will have to give him some money for the purpose."
Hearing these words of his elder brother of indomitable valour, Pavana's son, the mighty armed Bhma became very angry and spoke out follows :-- "O highly lucky one! Is it that we will have to give wealth for the spiritual benefit of Duryodhana and others? What a great stupidity can there be than the fact that such a malevolent blind king is deriving so great happiness at your hands? O rya! It is by your bad counsel that we suffered endless troubles in the forest and the extremely good Draupadi was brought before the public in the hall by Duhs'sana. O one of good vows! It is for your satisfaction alone that we, though we were very mighty, had to remain in the house of Matsya Rj Virt as servants. Had you not been our elder brother and not been addicted to the gambling, would it have been possible I, who killed Jarsandha, would have been a cook to Virt Rj! Never we had been put to so great a trouble! Never would the mighty armed Arjuna, the Vsava's son, have acted the part of an actress (a dancer), dressing himself in a female garb, under the name Vrihannal. Alas! What more painful could there be by assuming a human birth that the hands of Arjuna, that wielded always the Gndva bow, would have worn bracelets befitting a woman? I would have been happy then had I, seeing the braid of hair on Arjuna's head and the collyrium in his eyes, cut off the head of Dhritarstra!
O Lord of the earth! Without asking you, I set fire on the house, named Jatugriha (a lac-house, as built by Duryodhana in order to burn up the Pndavas) and therefore the vicious Virochana, who wanted to burn us, was himself burnt up. Again, O Lord of men! similarly, without asking you, I slew Kichaka; this is now the one thing I regret that I could not have killed in the same way the sons of Dhritarstra before the public hall. O king of kings! It was simply your stupidity that you liberated Duryodhana and other sons, the great enemies of the Gandarbhas, when they had been imprisoned by them. Again to-day you are willing to give wealth for the spiritual benefit of those Duryodhana and others! But, O Lord of the earth, I would never give wealth, even if you request me specially to do this.
Thus saying, Bhma went away.
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