The specialty of the book, Agony of Draupodi is the analysis by Draupodui, of all the characters of the great epic, Mahabharata. In the book, all the anguish of the Panchapandava’s Wife are being described. Draupodi was the daughter of King Drupod of Panchal Kingdom and the wife of five great heroes, Panchapandava. In the Beginning of the Book Draupodi’s mental agony was described nicely when she was asked to accept the five husbands at a time, because the Panchapandavas promised their mother, Kunti Devi that whoever receives anything would be enjoyed equally by the five brothers. Although Draupodi was determined not to accept such irreligious and antisocial system even for the sake of her life yet ultimately she had to accept multiple husbands. In spite of having five great heroes as husband, Draupodi was insulted in the assembly of Hastinapur by her brother in law, Dushasan in the presence of her spouses. Draupodi was further insulted in the kingdom of king Virat. She was kicked and snubbed in the assembly hall of king Virat by Kishok, the general of the emperor, in front of her eldest Husband Yudhisthir. In this Novel the Grief and heartache of Draupodi has been described when Asasthama, in order to take revenge of the Death of his father, killed her five sons when they were in sleep.