“In the Mahabharata, the ultimate struggle is between two cousins, who cannot see beyond their own personal desires, and the choices they make result in a devastating conflict.” – Amish Tripathi

“Mahabharata is not just a story, it is a spiritual journey that takes us through the complexities of life and the choices we make.” – Devdutt Pattanaik

“The Mahabharata teaches us that our actions have consequences, and it is up to us to decide whether those consequences will be for the greater good or for our own selfish desires.” – Bibek Debroy

“Mahabharata is not just a book, it is a way of life, an epic that teaches us how to live, love, and fight with honor.” – U.R. Ananthamurthy

“The Mahabharata teaches us that power is transient, and it is our actions that define who we are, not our status or wealth.” – Sudha Murty.

“In the Mahabharata, the real war is not between the Pandavas and the Kauravas but between good and evil, between Dharma and Adharma.” – V.S. Khandekar

“The Mahabharata is a story of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity, of courage in the face of fear, and of the power of love amidst hate.” – Chetan Bhagat

“The Mahabharata is not just a story of kings and warriors; it is a story of humanity, of moral dilemmas and ethical choices.” – Pankaj Mishra

“The Mahabharata is a timeless epic that celebrates the triumph of good over evil and the human spirit over adversity.” – V.Raghunathan

“The Mahabharata is a magnificent tapestry of characters, each with their own unique stories and journeys, woven together to create a poetic masterpiece.” – Rohan Murty

“The Mahabharata is a story of love and loyalty, of friendship and sacrifice, and of the eternal battle between light and darkness.” – Makarand Paranjape

“The Mahabharata is a story of hope, of how even in the darkest of times, we can find the strength to overcome our fears and fight for what is right.” – Ravi Subramanian

“The Mahabharata is a mirror that reflects our own lives, our own struggles, and our own victories.” – Kiran Nagarkar QUOTES FROM LION THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE

“The Mahabharata teaches us that life is a battlefield, and it is up to us to choose whether we will fight for the greater good or for our own selfish interests.” – Chinmaya Gharekhan

“The Mahabharata is an epic of vast proportions that teaches us the importance of family, loyalty, and tradition.” – Partha Mazumdar

“The Mahabharata is a story of truth and justice that reminds us that we should always stand up for what is right, even if it means having to fight against our own family.” – Vir Sanghvi

“The Mahabharata is a story of redemption, of how even the most flawed of characters can find forgiveness and the strength to change.” – Kunal Basu

“The Mahabharata is a timeless masterpiece that teaches us the value of courage, loyalty, and sacrifice, and that the real battle is not against others, but against ourselves.” – Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen

“The Mahabharata teaches us that true knowledge lies not in bookish learning, but in the wisdom that comes from experience and self-reflection.” – Arshia Sattar

“The Mahabharata is a story of humanity, of the complexities of life, and the choices we make, that ultimately shapes our destiny.” – Bibhu Mohapatra

“The Mahabharata is a reminder that we are all part of a greater narrative, that our actions can have a ripple effect that can impact generations to come.” – Shobhaa De

“The Mahabharata is a story of conflict and resolution, of how even the most bitter enemies can find common ground and come together.” – Karan Johar

“The Mahabharata is a spiritual journey that takes us from ignorance to knowledge, from darkness to light, and from fear to faith.” – Radhakrishnan Pillai

“The Mahabharata is a story of love and war, of sacrifice and redemption, that shows us that even in the greatest of conflicts, there is always hope and a path to peace.” – Rajiv Malhotra.