Sahadeva was one of the five Pandava brothers, the central characters in the Indian epic Mahabharata. He was the youngest of the five brothers and was known for his wisdom, intellect, and proficiency in astrology.
Sahadeva was a skilled warrior and played a significant role in the Kurukshetra War, the battle between the Pandavas and the Kauravas that forms the climax of the Mahabharata. He was responsible for guarding the Pandavas’ camp during the war, and he also participated in several battles.
Besides his martial prowess, Sahadeva was renowned for his knowledge of astrology and the ability to predict the future accurately. He was considered the most intelligent of the Pandavas and was often consulted for his advice and guidance.
Sahadeva was also known for his loyalty and devotion to his elder brothers and was willing to sacrifice his life for their welfare. In the Mahabharata, Sahadeva was praised for his bravery, wisdom, and righteousness, and his contributions to the Pandavas’ victory in the war were widely acknowledged.