Krishna had a large force called the Narayani Sena and was himself a great warrior. Duryodhana and Arjuna thus both went to Krishna at Dwarka to ask for his help.
Duryodhana arrived first and found Krishna asleep. Being arrogant and viewing himself as equal to Krishna, Duryodhana chose a seat at Krishna’s head and waited for him to rouse.
Arjuna arrived later and being a humble devotee of Krishna, chose to sit and wait at Krishna’s feet. When Krishna woke up, he saw Arjuna first and gave him the first right to make his request.
Krishna told Arjuna and Duryodhana that he would give the Narayani Sena to one side and himself as a non-combatant to the other. Since Arjuna was given the first opportunity to choose, Duryodhana was worried that Arjuna would choose the mighty army of Krishna.
When given the choice of either Krishna’s army or Krishna himself on their side, Arjuna on behalf of the Pandavas chose Krishna, unarmed on his own, relieving Duryodhana, who thought Arjuna to be the greatest fool.
Later Arjuna requested Krishna to be his charioteer and Krishna, being an intimate friend of Arjuna, agreed wholeheartedly and hence received the name Parthasarthy, or ‘charioteer of the son of Pritha’. Both Duryodhana and Arjuna returned satisfied.
Lessons from this Story:
Quality is supreme than the quantity.
Only people who are wise and sincere know the value of true talent.
To complete any work, you must have few think tanks on your side.
Source of the Story: Wikipedia
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