The Eye Of The Fish Only
Painting - Digital Art
No prince was able to fulfill the Swayamwar�s condition.
Finally, a youth from the ranks of the Brahmins stepped forward.
It was none other than Arjun in Brahmin guise. He politely asked for permission to try
his hand with the bow, which was granted by Dhrishtadyumna.
He then picked up the mighty bow with ease and strung it without much
Arjun then concentrated all his physical and mental energies
on the target looking at its reflection in the water. The next instant,
the arrow flew upwards from his bow and lo and behold! It was a
perfect hit! The eye of the fish above the rotating wheel was pierced.
The hall resounded to deafening cheers from Kampilya�s citizens.
Draupadi, blushing repeatedly, garlanded him.
June 18th, 2011
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