There are many stories around the world that are prevalent. It is also known as the great warriors of the Mahabharata period, and Bheem's son Ghatotkach fought for the Pandavas in the Mahabharata and managed to cause great damage to the army of the Kauravas. When Ghatotkach began to cause great damage to the army of the Kauravas, at the behest of Duryodhan, Karn slaughtered him using a divine weapon and the killing of The Ghatotkach brought joy to the Kaurav army, but the Pandavas were very unhappy. Interestingly, at this time, Lord Krishna was very happy with the slaughter of Ghatochch, who was surprised to see the Pandavas, including Arjuna. Let us know why Shri Krishna was happy with the slaughter of Ghatotch.
Why was Shri Krishna happy with the slaughter of Ghatotkach?- Arjuna asked Shri Krishna why he was so happy after Ghatotkach was killed, he said it was very important for the Pandavas to win. In fact, Karan had a divine weapon and planned to use it for Arjuna's slaughter.
After becoming general, Karan had to fight Arjuna the next day and he was ready for it. Earlier, however, the aggressive attitude of the house had disturbed the Kaurav army. The pots were rapidly genocide of the Kaurav army. Duryodhan was terrified and entrusted the responsibility of slaughtering The Karan. Duryodhan also asked Karan to use a divine weapon.
When Karan said that he had saved this divine weapon for Arjuna's slaughter, Duryodhan said, "What is the use of saving the divine weapon when everything is already finished?" Finally, Karan agreed and with the help of a divine weapon he killed the pot. Shri Krishna was happy that Karan finally had to use his divine weapon and saved Arjuna's life.