Question: What was the yagna performed by Yudhishthira after the battle of Kurukshetra?
Correct Answer Kings of ancient India used to perform this yagna in order to get absolved of all sins. Victory cards would be fixed on the head of the horse, after which it would be allowed to roam about freely. If anybody dared to tie it up or stop it, the king who had let loose the horse was supposed to go and defeat him in battle and bring back the horse.
Question: Even after the war was over, someone attempted to take Bheema's life. Who was this?
Correct Answer When the Pandavas went to meet Dhritarashtra after the war, he was actually boiling with anger and hatred, but showed none of it. He called Bheema for an embrace. Bheema was just moving forward when Krishna stopped him and signalled for him to place his iron statue in Dhritarashtra's arms instead. Dhritarashtra being blind was unable to guess that he was embracing a statue and in his fury and great strength, he broke the statue that was made of solid iron! He had actually wanted to kill Bheema to avenge the death of his sons but his plan was foiled by Krishna.