Dushasana was a character in the Hindu epic Mahabharata and was one of the hundred Kaurava brothers. He played a significant role in the Kurukshetra War, which was fought between the Kauravas and the Pandavas.
Dushasana was known for his cruelty and his role in the infamous disrobing of Draupadi, the wife of the Pandavas. When the Pandavas lost a game of dice to the Kauravas, Dushasana dragged Draupadi to the court and attempted to disrobe her in front of the assembly. Draupadi prayed to Lord Krishna for help, and her saree kept getting extended, protecting her from being disrobed completely. This incident led to a great deal of anger and humiliation for the Pandavas, and it became one of the primary reasons for the Kurukshetra War.
During the Kurukshetra War, Dushasana fought fiercely on the Kaurava side, and was responsible for many brutal acts, including killing several great warriors on the Pandava side. However, in the end, he was killed by Bhima, one of the Pandava brothers, who tore apart his chest and drank his blood as revenge for Draupadi’s humiliation.
Dushasana’s character in Mahabharata serves as an example of how unchecked greed and cruelty can lead to one’s downfall, and how the consequences of one’s actions can have severe and lasting consequences.