Talk:Kartavirya Arjuna

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King Kartavirya Arjuna sent his soldiers to take the cow and Parashurama, Jamadagni's son and avatar of Vishnu, killed the entire army and the king with his axe (given to him by Shiva).

Who killed who? This is like either two sentances in one or a really messed up list of events. I don't think I get it at all. Who killed the entire army? The sentance starts with the king ordering several things, and it appears that the last order in the kings list is to killed (past tense) his own army and himself. What the hell? Robert Lee

King K sent his soldiers to take the cow. Parashurama, son of Jamadagni, killed the entire army and King K with Shiva's axe. Lir 00:28 Nov 10, 2002 (UTC)

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I've always read "Kartaviryarjuna" or "Kārtavīryārjuna". "Kartavirya Arjuna" as two separate words doesn't make sense to me, and I think this page should be moved to "Kārtavīryārjuna". --Grammatical error 19:16, 19 July 2006 (UTC)

```` " hi, kartavirya is the patrynomic of King Arjuna. These words, thus are two different words, regards Kishorepatnaik 98492 70729" —Preceding unsigned comment added by Kishorepatnaik (talkcontribs) 04:11, 29 December 2007 (UTC)