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  • According to the original scripture written by [[Vyasa], Karna was cursed by a [[Brahmin]] for killing his cow. While practicing his skills with

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  • Book 9: Shalya Parva Section 61] sacred-texts.com,October 2003,Retrieved 2013-11-18</ref>}}

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  • throughout the day, Karna was sure that this was a feint, and instead, shot it at Arjuna's head. [[Krishna] subtly lowered Arjuna's chariot into the earth, through a gentle pressure of his feet.

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Dont undo everything that others are contributing!!![edit]

The way in which you are acting is not constructive.If you continue to do revert edits made by all others and projecting only your views it will be very difficult for others.Please understand that everybody have the equal right to contribute.The data we are adding in Wikipedia pages should be taken from other sources, provided with authentic verifiable references.Arjunkrishna90 (talk) 10:15, 18 November 2013 (UTC)


1.The data added in Quatation boxes are "QUOTES" taken from the source.All quote are formatted to avoid spelling mistakes.You dont have to delete all posts of others by accusing " plagiarism".The mahabaratha is a story, so most time one cannot contribute the story in their own words.

2.Avoid giving each and ever word [[ ]] " double brackets".The blue colored letters in a page indicates link to another page.If the color is RED you have to understand that no such page exists.So dont paint RED on the page!!

3.Dont remove LINKS/REFERENCES provided by others.References are provided so that other people visiting page can trace back the original source of material,TO AVOID VANDALISM.You are continuously deleting or changing references.In future please avoid that .

4.The page Karna is a semi protected article.That is, not everyone can contribute or correct errors.So try to avoid maximum errors.If you check the TALK page of karna you will get a small idea why this page is protected.Because literally everyone is trying to vandalize the page from unauthentic sources.Every body knows Karna is a great warrior.But dont add your PERSONAL views on it.Try to add references that are verifiable, so that we can maintain the authenticity of the page.Arjunkrishna90 (talk) 03:19, 19 November 2013 (UTC)


  • FROM KARNA PAGE " When the Pandavas wanted to be the ones to cremate Karna, Duryodhana protested that he had the right. Yudhishthira protested, but Duryodhana then asked Arjuna if he had aimed his arrows at his eldest brother, or Duryodhana's friend Radheya. Unable to answer, Arjuna turned to Krishna, who advised Yudhishthira that Duryodhana had a greater right to cremate Karna. So, the torch is given to Duryodhana, and he tearfully cremated his friend's body.[17] "

Honestly i cant find a single reference any where about Duryodhana arguing with Pandavas over the right to cremate Karna. Pandavas learned Karna was their brother only after Kunti revealed them the truth in STRI PARVA OF MAHABARATH.You have to understand that Duryodahana was struck with mace by Bhima , in Shalya Parva (section 50-65)(http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/maha/)

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Karna revert[edit]

Can you please desist from re-adding the bulk text to Karna at least till the DRN you filed is resolved? Currently the consensus of editors on the page is against you, but in the unlikely case that the DRN suggests otherwise, then we can always recover the additions from article history. Edit-warring is not an alternative, and such disruptions are likely to just result in you being reported to ANI and potentially blocked. That is not a direction I am hoping this simple content dispute to take, since I am yet hopeful that once you are convinced of other editors' good faith and knowledge of wikipedia policies/style, you can contribute constructively to this and other articles. Cheers. Abecedare (talk) 13:06, 25 November 2013 (UTC)

1) Dharma said he was done with the pruning, and said before I was free to edit after that. That is exactly what I did. Why should I respect his contributions if he won't respect mine?
2) The DRN hasn't been resolved yet, yet Dharma had already started revising and editing. If DRN isn't resolved, Wikipedia guideline is that nothing changes...meaning reversion to what consensus had been prior to all our interfering.
3) Consensus is not formed by a head-count. I could easily argue that the Karna article has remained in its current from since 2009...that you are attempting to overwrite the consensus that has existed for a long-time now. Morever, RedDog doesn't know anything about the subject (and wants to recreate the entire article). You and Dharma both know each other, which also violates wikipedia:third opinion.
4) I don't think you are actually up-to-date on wikipedia policy and guidelines, as I've pointed out to you in many conversations we've had. Your idea of what constitutes a wikipedia article, biography, quality of primary sources, etc. are not in line with wikipedia standards/guidelines. Pinkfloyd11 (talk) 17:20, 25 November 2013 (UTC)
& how would you be up-to-date if you are a newcomer? §§Dharmadhyaksha§§ {T/C} 17:40, 25 November 2013 (UTC)
Everyone has access to wikipedia pages that outline the standards/guidelines. You know, you could read them (they've been conveniently linked for you on the Karna talk page and elsewhere). Pinkfloyd11 (talk) 19:22, 25 November 2013 (UTC)

Hello! There is a DR/N request you may have interest in.[edit]

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