The Mahabharata is the national epic of India and has the status of the fifth Veda. A vast work of legends, ethics and philosophy, the Mahabharata has the Kurukshetra war as its kernel. According to scholars, the Kurukshetra war took place 5000 years back in the Indian subcontinent. This part tells about the youth and marriage of the Pandavas the pivotal “game of dice”, the turning point in the Mahabharata. As the Pandavas lose their kingdom and respect through the game of dice played by the otherwise wise Dharmaputra, it is an object lesson to gamblers. The part shows the great generosity of Karna, Duryodhana’s great friend. We see Indra diminish the power of Karna by begging for his natural armour and earrings. Find out in this part how Draupadi came to be the wife of the five Pandava brothers. The occasion of the inauguration of the great palace of the Pandavas leads to unwitting insults to Duryodhana, who hatches the plot of deprive the Pandavas of their kingdom. Beautifully narrated with excellent dialogues, this part of Mahabharata is the one, which will always be chirshed, by one and all.