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Shantanu was blind in his love for Ganga.for Ganga.
Bhishma was blind in his love for his father.
Fisherman was blind in his desire to see his grandsons sit on the throne of the Kurus.
Amba was so blind in her desire for vengeance, she could not appreciate Shiva (auspicious) in front of her.
Dhritrashtra was born blind.
Gandhari chose to be blind.
Shakuni was blinded by rage and perceived insult to his family.
Durvasa was blind in his haste to grant a potent boon, alas too early.
Kunti was blind in her haste to try out the boon, alas too soon.
Pandu was blind in his pursuit of game and love for his wives.
Bhishma was blind to the faults of those who sat on the throne of the Kurus.
Karna was blind to his own faults and blamed the world for it.
Duryodhan was blind in his greed and avarice to own everything.
Yudhishthir was blind in his desire to be ‘good’.
Kauravas followed their eldest brother blindly, never questioning his immorality.
Pandavas followed their eldest brother blindly, never questioning his brand of ‘morality’.
Kings of India blindly followed their ‘sovereign king’ without any questions.
Generals and soldiers blindly followed their ‘liege lord’ without any questions.
Drona was blind in his righteous rage to extract a forgotten promise.
Drupada was blind in his own version of ‘righteous rage’ to decline childhood promise.
Ashwathama was blind beyond all definitions of 'blind' when he tried to kill an innocent fetus.
Jarasandh, Shishupal, Kansa, Rukmi etc were blind with ambitions, ego and pride.
When so many blind men meet, what else can we expect accept the terrible war of
the Mahabharata !