Arjuna is one of the central characters in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata. He was the third of the five Pandava brothers and was considered to be a great warrior, archer, and a skilled diplomat. Arjuna played a pivotal role in the Kurukshetra war, which was fought between the Pandavas and the Kauravas.
Arjuna was known for his exceptional archery skills and was a favorite of Lord Krishna, who acted as his charioteer during the Kurukshetra war. In the war, Arjuna fought against the Kaurava army, which was led by his own cousins. He was instrumental in the victory of the Pandavas, as he killed several prominent warriors on the Kaurava side, including Karna, one of the greatest warriors of his time.
Apart from his skills as a warrior, Arjuna was also known for his wisdom and was considered to be a master strategist. He played a key role in negotiating peace between the Pandavas and the Kauravas, before the war began. Additionally, Arjuna is also remembered for his devotion to Lord Krishna, who imparted the Bhagavad Gita to him on the battlefield of Kurukshetra.