Bhishma is a great character who has influenced Indian history and Indianness. Bhishma’s real name is Devavratu. He got the name Bhishma because he made a terrible vow that Ajanma would remain a bachelor for the comfort of his father. He was the eighth of the Ashtavasuvas in his ancestry and was born as the son of Gangadevi Garbhana Shantanu due to the curse of Vashisht. He was the savior of the Kuruvamsa for a long time and was fortunate enough to receive a voluntary death with the gift of his father.
Bhishma was revered by the Kauravas and the Pandavas. In the battle between the Kauravas and the Pandavas at Kurukshetra, they fought for eleven days on the side of the Kauravas, wounded, lying on their backs, waiting for the Uttarayana pilgrimage, and fifty-eight days later, on Magha Shuddha Ekadashi, the Paramapada (salvation) became known as ‘Bhishma Pikashi’.
Bhishma is a Dharma-knower who is well versed in Dharmadharmas. He taught many Dharmasukshas to Dharmaraj who resorted to him. Explained the politics. Bhishma was the saint who narrated the Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram, the philosophy of the transcendent Lord Vishnu as desired by Dharmaraja. The Vishnu Sahasranama hymn composed by him is still readable to the whole world.
Bhishma was the favorite of Krishna who incarnated on earth for the establishment of Dharma. This is because Bhishma’s heart is righteous.
In the Mahabharata war, Arjuna with his Sharaparampara made Bhishma fall to the ground, and with devotion to that great man, formed a bed with arrows and made him lie on it. This day is adored by all as Bhishma, who passed away in the autumn, gave up his life every day starting from Magha Shuddha Saptami in Uttarayana and left his fifth life on Magha Shuddha Ekadashi and reached Mokshapada. The period of these five days is called ‘Bhishmapanchakam’ by the atheists.
‘Ma’ (no) ‘Agham’ (sin) means ‘do not sin’ is the month of Magh. The symbol for purity is the cataract. Ekadasa Tithi is a symbol of post-northern development. Bhishmudi also has all the specialties of this Tithi, which has many features like this. Bhishma is sinless. Virtuous cleanser. The source of the successive series. In this way Maghasuddha Ekadashi is glorified and alarmed.
To say that ‘he is like Bhishmapitamahudi’ in the context of the beheading of the ancestral elders of the human race in the world seems to be a sign of reverence, seniority and excellence. The firm vow came to be known as the ‘Bhishma Pledge’.
The incarnation of Bhishma is delivering a qualitative message to the society. The history of Bhishma suggests that children should make as many sacrifices as possible to pay off their parents’ debt. Pledge is not great, it is preached that it is great to keep it for the rest of your life. The sacrifice of Bhishma, who sacrificed his life like camphor for the sake of keeping his word, is socially informative. That is why the day of Bhishma’s demise has become a festival for mankind.
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