Indian mythology was something, we all have heard growing up.
The stories from Mahabharata and Ramayana were something we even would have watched with our family.
But do you know?
That we could learn lots of lessons about Investment through these very stories!!!
In Mahabharata, Dronacharya was the royal guru for the Kauravas and the Pandavas.
His role was to impart knowledge from the Vedic scriptures about the Astras and the Sastras and also to make them prepared for any kind of warfare.
One day in the Gurukul school, Dronacharya decided to keep a competition of archery among his students to test their capabilities.
The Kauravas and the Pandavas participated in the competition with much relish. The target they were supposed to hit was the eye of a wooden bird which was placed on the branches of a huge tree.
Yudhisthir, as the eldest, took his position to aim at his target when he was interrupted by Drona.
Drona asked him to release the arrow only after he answers one of his questions.
What do you think Drona asked of Yudhisthir?
What kind of lesson about investment do you think you can derive from this story?
Watch our video below to find out:
With vibrant stories and vivid characters, it’s easy to impart life lessons.
Investment is one such lesson we can learn through it.
KRISHNA COUNSELS ARJUNA
During the Kurukshetra war, just before going to war against the Kaurava’s, Arjuna shares with Krishna how he feels about the entire war situation.
Arjuna feels as if the victory won through a war against his brothers will be useless because what use is a Kingdom compared to your own family?
At that moment, Krishna wisely counsels Arjuna about how this war is not between brothers but between good vs evil.
His wise counsel helps Arjuna to face the war. Even a great warrior like Arjuna needed the right guidance before facing the war.
It’s exactly how a financial advisor would help you.
You might make emotion-based decisions while a financial advisor will be able to think rationally and help you make logically sound decisions.
Financial planning can be fun learning through the interesting perspective of Indian mythology.
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