Karna had two great features in his character – he was a great warrior and he used to grant offers to Brahmanas. Other than this, he had plenty of sides in his character and each of them were highly oriented towards evil. He was a cheater, who cheated his own guru; he was a wicked minded one who always sided Duryodhana to kill Pandavas by means of covert; Karna was extremely arrogant and un-kshatriatic, who always remained a war-monger without thinking of the loss of warrior life and loss of property of kingdom, that is meant for societal welfare. However, all these features are scattered throughout the Mahabharata. Dice game episode collects 3 of his extremely evil characters. The three evil characteristics of his are as follows:

Karna can be first heard off in the dice game, during his shout at Vikarna. Vikarna, though a kaurava, could not eye gang rape attempt on Draupadi as a just incidence. When he requested all the ministers to answer question of Draupadi – who lost first and ultimately answers himself, when everyone was confused with Yudhisthira act and righteousness definition, Karna rebuked him and tried to stop his interference, as if he was taking fun out of the lusty and filthy game of snatching out Draupadi’s garments and making rape attempt on her. He was a wicked and evil character and his remarks on this occasion needs no further clarification.

Next response of Karna was even more a carrier of evil mindedness of his. The entire Bharat knew about chastity of Draupadi and even words of Karna, after Swayambhar Sabha indicates that Karna was also aware about Draupadi’s chastity. Still he refers Draupadi as unchaste. This not only means that Karna was a liar, but it also essentially refers that Karna was extremely lust-lover, who for not missing such a lusty scene, tried to diffuse all the barricades of the show.

The final indication of Karna was even more filthy, where he directs Dushasana to completely undress Draupadi and finally directs to take her to a private room. After getting through the earlier dialogues, it is clear that his intention was even more filthier and to much extent, the most ugly one, where he announced Draupadi to choose another master. This nature of his is never like a human, rather is similar to a complete demon, filled with lust.

Karna – The Evil Minded one

Karna can be first heard off in the dice game, during his shout at Vikarna. Vikarna, though a kaurava, could not eye gang rape attempt on Draupadi as a just incidence. When he requested all the ministers to answer question of Draupadi – who lost first and ultimately answers himself, when everyone was confused with Yudhisthira act and righteousness definition, Karna rebuked him and tried to stop his interference, as if he was taking fun out of the lusty and filthy game of snatching out Draupadi’s garments and making rape attempt on her. He was a wicked and evil character and his remarks on this occasion needs no further clarification.

Karna – The Ugly Lust Lover

Next response of Karna was even more a carrier of evil mindedness of his. The entire Bharat knew about chastity of Draupadi and even words of Karna, after Swayambhar Sabha indicates that Karna was also aware about Draupadi’s chastity. Still he refers Draupadi as unchaste. This not only means that Karna was a liar, but it also essentially refers that Karna was extremely lust-lover, who for not missing such a lusty scene, tried to diffuse all the barricades of the show.

Karna - A Complete Devil in Human form

The final indication of Karna was even more filthy, where he directs Dushasana to completely undress Draupadi and finally directs to take her to a private room. After getting through the earlier dialogues, it is clear that his intention was even more filthier and to much extent, the most ugly one, where he announced Draupadi to choose another master. This nature of his is never like a human, rather is similar to a complete demon, filled with lust.

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