In the great Hindu epic Mahabharata, Yudhisthira, the Numerologist.com Review leader of the Pandavas, was tricked into gambling his prosperous reign, his wife, and his four brothers in a game of dice that he lost. As a result, they were all forced to exile for 13 years in complete anonymity. When he finally returned to claim the throne, his cousin Duryodhana refused to give it back, forcing the five brothers to go to war against the Kaurava clan, with Lord Krishna on their side ready to restore order.
While in exile, the five Pandava brothers went through many adventures, which are highly symbolic. On one occasion, they sat down on the ground to rest while one of them went searching for water to drink. When he did not return after a long while, another of the brothers went after him. Since he did not come back either, the others followed one by one until only Yudhisthira, the oldest and wisest of the five, remained.
Worried, he finally followed their steps and soon found all his brothers by a lake, lying lifeless on the ground. As he was lamenting his loss, he heard a voice exclaiming, O Yudhisthira, I warned your brothers not to drink water from this lake which belongs to me, but they did not respect my words. So I have sent them all to the other world. If you too try to take water without first answering the questions I ask, you will suffer the same fate.
Yudhisthira looked up and saw a crane perched on a tree. He replied that he would not take anything from the crane and that he was ready to answer his questions. The divine crane then proceeded to ask a series of questions aimed at helping spiritual seekers understand the Vedas and Dharma Divine Law. There is one block of questions that I'd like to mention here.