Winking worked well in epicsThis is not to win you through my wink(ing). It is a fact that I post.
In Mahabharatha, winking worked rightly. During the Suyamwara of Draupathi, when Karna lifted the bow, inserted the arrow, and was ready to hit the target, Krishna winked at Draupathi and sent her a signal to stop him by saying that he was not a Kshatriya, but a son of a low-caste charioteer. She did it. This winking worked and Karna lost Draupathi. In another wink, when Arjuna in the disguise of a Brahman, lifted the bow, Krishna winked and signalled her to allow him, and when he hit the target and won the Suyamwar, Draupathi hesitated to garland the Brahmin. But Krishna winkled at her and signalled her to garland and accept him as her husband.
So winking worked well in Mahabharatha. In fact, Lord Krishna is the best winking personality in this world.
@ This is not for TOW contest, but an information post.