Why is Mahabaratha silent on karna Draupadi ethical debate?Mahabaratha gives explaination for each and every death of major characters. It makes sure that their enemies come and have discussion with them about ethics. For eg. When Bishma dies sikandini come and explains her version of ethics and why she killed bishma by treachery. But the very important character karna and Draupadi never discuss about ethics. In fact the entire war is because of these two people. Karna was one who suffered all his life because of his caste. Krishna on death bead of karna consoles him by saying when world degrades anyone by caste then it will come to an end as like Mahabaratha destruction. Hinduism considers caste oppression to be sin of extreme cruelty and clearly Krishna explains that it is the worst cruelty a society can commit
Similarity Draupadi was a women who faced abuse all her life for being a free spirited women. Krishna similarily tells Draupadi that Mahabaratha war is because society has done the ultimate crime by wronging a woman.
But unfortunately karna and Draupadi were arch rivals. While Draupadi degraded karna by caste karna remained mute spectator to wrongs against Draupadi when his friend Duryodhana was humiliating her. In fact only karna could have stopped the act as he was not bound by any vows at time. But karna remembered how he was degraded by caste by Draupadi and stood silent.
But these two characters never meet and discuss why they did so to each other. In fact Mahabaratha is silent on any conversation between Draupadi and karna after Karna death. What is your opinion on this important issue because this has very much relevance in modern world.
Even today caste oppression and crime against women leads to destruction of society. What do think would have been a conversation between karna and Draupadi on their actions.?