In the Mahabharata, Karna is a living example of friendship. His fate and his struggle with the future have made him a real man. His principles are exemplary for all of us. Karna had complete faith in his ambition and courage. Even though Duryodhana's boyfriend is aware that he is doing something wrong, Karna stays with him for friendship. While he is not an all-rounder, he has no status as a Kshatriya. With this friendship, Karna is ready to give his life to Duryodhana. This is why Karna is still in the Mahabharata as a great man.
No matter how expensive, Karna does not look forward to giving any charity or charity, even when he is in the throes of death, Karna donates to the sun and Indra who begged him. Respect for Kunti Before the Kurukshetra War, Kundi tells Karna that he is his mother. Karna, the youngest of the Pandavas, deserves to be king, and so does Karna in order to join the war with his brothers, the Pandavas. But Kandia rejects this request by tying Karna to a friendship bond. But he promises his mother that he will not fight Arjuna with anyone else.
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Karna is regarded as the most powerful man in the Mahabharata. He is stronger than Arjuna. Krishna and Indra help the Pandavas to defeat Karna in the Kurukshetra War. Krishna is the charioteer of Arjuna, and Indra strategically obtains Karna's armor and facilitates the path of Arjuna.
It is in his charity that Karna has kept his name unblemished. Karna, the son of the sun, was born with armor and gold earrings (Karnakundala). These are the fixtures that complement the power of Karna. Indra Kurukshetra, aware of this, wore a Brahmin mask during the war and used these weapons in Karna. Karna gives Indra all his ornaments without thinking ahead. Impressed by this quality of Karna, Indra gives him a weapon called Shakti.
Krishna also advises Karna to abandon Duryodhana and join the Pandavas. Krishna also lures Karna into the claim that all royal interests likewise give Braupati. But Karna, committed to his values, never leaves Duryodhana for his own enjoyment. This will prove the quality of Karna. This is one of the inspirational qualities of Karna in the Mahabharata.
This karna is a cure that never ends.