Karna a warrior!, a warrior viewed by many as sympathetic, who suffered from all imaginable misfortunes and was disgraced at every possible stage of his life, is an example of what perseverance can do for a person.
Karna a warrior! is not confined by time, and people today wonder if he was better than Arjuna himself.
Rejected by his mother at an immature age owing to societal pressure and raised by a family of chariot drivers, he felt the heat of society whenever he attempted to desire beyond his social bonds. Despite his talent and arduous effort, he could not obtain archery instruction from prominent intellectuals of the period and be quite humiliated by society.
His identification as a lower caste member faced him, and even greats such as Dronacharya refused to aid him in questioning his caste. The Pandavas, the most famed ethical creatures of that Yuga, despised him because of his social backwardness. As a result, to display his talent and fight back against prejudice, he sought to go against the substantial sectional division of the time.
He collected information with utmost dedication, ensuring that he is revered by society as the best archer ever to walk the earth. Arjuna, a well-known warrior of his time, was his main rival in this goal.
Karna seeks to confront and challenge Arjuna at every possible opportunity to prove himself the best. His desire to embrace archery expertise is progressively being eclipsed by his sick desire to triumph against Arjuna and prove the world about his powers. Karna is a perfect example of what we see now, namely, separation and injustice based on birth rather than ability.
For this reason alone, his persistence and the accompanying talents are recognized and frequently cited as examples of what a person can accomplish by simple determination.