The Mahabharata is the name of that epic that has influenced the people of all over the world throughout the ages .It is not only a poetic production in nature .It is also considered as a whole literature in itself. The main theme of the Epic is the description of the war between the Pandavas, the son of Pandu and the Kauravas, the son of Dhritarastra. The war was fought for 18 days .The Kauravas were totally annihilated by the Pandavas and after that Yudhisthira, the eldest among the Pandavas became the king of Hastinapura. This much forms the plot of this epic but whenever we will go to the text we will find that this is a war that took place not only between the Pandavas and the Kauravas. It shows good over bad, righteousness over non-righteousness, violence over non- violence. In the present paper a study will be undertaken to focus light on the concept of ahimsa meaning non -violence as we find in the text of the Mahabharata with particular reference to the Santi Parvan where there is profuse delineation on the current context.
Ahimsa, Mahabharata, non-violence, Dharma, atonement
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