Gandivdhari Arjun-The Warrior Prince
Arjun was one of the five Pandava brothers of the Mahabharat epic. He was born to Kunti and King Pandu with the energy of Indra, the leader of the gods. At a very young age he got acclaim for the sincerity and skill in archery. He was known for his steadfastness and single mindedness in pursuing his goals. He was instrumental in winning Draupadi in a contest for himself and his brothers as their joint wife. He also married Subadhra the sister of Krishna and Balaram and kept his friendship with them forever. Lord Krishna became his mentor and guide for the rest of his life.
He was known by different names or rather titles such as Phaalgun, Keerti, Paartha, Dhanajaya and so on.
Arjun serves as an example of a great human being, a dutiful householder, a loyal brother, a great warrior, a devout husband and a sincere devotee of God.