> See my point about following parent's vocation yet
No. What has dharma to do with parent's advise?
> caste determines your dharma, your birth determines your caste
Wrong kiddo, your dharma is not just your profession, it's your entire way of living. You caste determines your profession, but what about your duty towards your parents, wife, children, ancestors, friends etc. Are they determined from birth?
> He was convinced because he is a Pandava prince
> He fought only to fulfill this duty.
Wrong. He fought alongside his brothers, for their kingdom.
> Arjunas driver
Lol, faggot. He was his charioteer.
> Duryodhana's character
That's how I know you haven't read the books, complexity is the main theme of Mahabharata. It's an epic of most complex characters, duryodhana's jealousy can be justified. He wasn't hateful towards others than the Pandavas. He was a good friend of Karna, gave him Anga Pradesh despite him being called a son of a charioteer ( a Sarthi) by everyone. He looked aside his birth and acknowledged his merit. He had a lot of negative traits doesn't make him a typical bad guy or a tyrant. The yagyas performed by him and Karna when Pandavas were in exile expanded the kingdom wasn't what a tyranny. Go read the
books and figure out yourself.
I feel like I am your dad, I will not correct you any further.