Kritavarma in Mahabharata

Kritavarma was one of the Yadava warriors and a ruler of a small kingdom, and he was also a relative of Lord Krishna. He was mentioned in Mahabharata, and in other sacred texts.

According to ancient texts, he was born as a fearless person, and was considered as a pious and holy person among the Yadavas, and he was the son of Hridika.

Kritavarma was a small ruler, and he was liked by the Yadava people for his generosity and kindness, and he lived in the path of righteousness. He took the help of Lord Krishna whenever needed, and he humbly served his master Sri Krishna throughout his lifetime.

Kritavarma lead the Narayani army belonged to Lord Krishna, and fought on the side of Kauravas, and helped Duryodhana and Karna during the Kurukshetra war.

Kritavarma though helped the Kauravas in the Kurukshetra war, was a noble person, and an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna. He has discharged his duties in his life time by praying Lord Krishna, and after his death, he has attained SALVATION.

Let us worship the great person and be blessed.

“OM SRI KRITAVARMARE NAMAHA”
“JAI KRISHNA”
WRITTEN BY
R.HARISHANKAR

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