The epic Mahabharata's greatest hero is Bhishma. He was an exceptional archer and warrior, a revered elder statesman, and the Kaurava and Pandava princes' dear grand uncle. Additionally, he continued to serve as Hastinapura's throne guardian. The person "who takes a terrible vow and stands by it, at any cost" is referred to as Bhishma. For the sake of his father's happiness, he gave everything he had and took a firm stand throughout his life, despite going through a lot of difficulties. In addition, Bhishma had come to the conclusion that Krishna was, in fact, the earthly manifestation of Lord Vishnu. As he lay on the bed of arrows on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, Bhishma performed the well-known hymn Vishnu Sahasranama in Krishna's presence.
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