AGNIVESHA: A rishi who underwent severe austerities on Mount Mahendra. According to the Mahābhārata, Dushyanta is the son of Ilina and Rathantara. He led a huge army and concentrated on fighting Arjuna during the Kurukshetra war, having taken a vow to kill him. She was reunited with him in Hastinapura after the war. The river water descends from the spiritual world after touching Lord Vishnu's foot and is thus considered sacred. Acted as close confidant and mentor to Duryodhana. The Bhâgavata Purâna describes the history of his inimical relationship with Krishna. BHÎSHMA: Son of Shantanu, known as the "grandfather" of the Kurus. 17) and Ramayana [Ramakatha Vahini]. He joined with the Pândavas in the Kurukshetra war, bringing an akshauhini divison of warriors. [SB: C1:3,9,10,11,12,14, etc. But when Dushyant becomes king, he becomes too absorbed for many years in affairs of state. Bhîshma abducted her from her swayamyara to be his brother's bride. Y is for youthful, your eternal look. S'RÎMAD BHÂGAVATAM: (Bhâgavad Purâna), 'The Story of the Fortunate One'. NAKULA: One of the twin sons of Pându and Madri, begotten by the twin Ashvini gods. SHALVA: King of Saubha. YADU: Ancient king and founder of the Yadu dynasty, in which Krishna appeared. As he ran he encountered a number of powerful Asuras. Known as the celestial treasurer. Either way, he sees Shakuntala in an ashram (hermitage) of Rishi Kanva and falls in love. Due to a curse, he and his brother Vijaya had to take birth in the material world for three lives as demons (his other two incarnations were Hiranyâksa [SB: C2:7, C3: 13,14,17,18,19,20; C5:18; C6:6] and Râvana - [Ramakatha Rasavahini, Chapter 10]). He was slain by Drona. Gender Masculine. He is said to be an incarnation of Dyau, the chief Vasu. He is particularly famous for having granted Kuntî the boon that she could summon any god to do her will, which resulted in the births of the Pândavas from five principal deities. He was slain in the battle of Kurukshetra when just sixteen. He is known by nine other names: Dhananjaya (winner of wealth), Vijaya (always victorious), Svetavahana (he whose chariot is drawn by white horses), Phalguna (born under the auspicious star of the same name), Kiriti (he who wears the diadem), Bhibatsu (terrifying to behold in battle), Savyasachi (able to wield a bow with both hands), Jishnu (unconquerable), and Krishna (dark-complexioned). DHRITARÂSTRA: The blind son of Vyâsadeva, born of Ambikâ after the death of her husband, Vichitravirya. More information about him can be found in the Bhâgavata Purâna (S'rîmad Bhâgavatam-Canto 10). Usage Hinduism. He conquered southern Bharata before Yudhisthhira's Rajasuya sacrifice. The Vedas contain innumerable references to Nârada's activities and teachings. KURUKSHETRA: ['Field of labor'] A holy pilgrimage place going back to the oldest Vedic times; close to present New Delhi in India. Drona finally killed him in the Kurukshetra war. Dushyant's forgetting of Shakuntala was a device invented by the other sages, including Vashishta, to make Vishwamitra bow. SATYAKI: A Vrishni hero who became Arjuna's martial disciple. He was killed in a wrestling match with Bhîma. PARAS'URÂMA: A rishi said to be an empowered incarnation of Vishnu. Later they were re united. He and Shakuntala have a gandharva marriage there. She was Bhîshma's mother. His son's name is S'ukadeva [see SB, Canto 1, Ch 1], the famous reciter of the Bhâgavata Purâna. N is for name, a pleasant one indeed. 8]. ALAMBUSHA: A râkshasa who fought for Duryodhana in the Kurukshetra war. He received the agneyastra (fire weapon) from the rishi Bharadvaja, and passed it on to Drona. When he was young, his father was impoverished. The Bhâgavata Purâna describes his previous existence as Jaya, a gatekeeper in the spiritual Vaikunthha world. The sage later went to Yamarâja and asked why this had happened and was told that in his childhood he had pierced an insect with a blade of grass.
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