कुंती अन्य नाम: प्रुथा, प्रीथा, कुंतीकुंती राजा शेरसेन की बेटी और भगवान कृष्ण के पिता वासुदेव की बहन थी। इसलिए, वह भगवान कृष्ण की चाची थी। उनके बचपन का नाम प्रथा था और राजा कुंतीभोज ने उन्हें गोद लिया था। उनका पालन-पोषण कुंती भोज के स्थान
Abhimanyu was the son of Arjun (Kunti’s son) and Subhadra (Shri Krishna’s sister). He was the reincarnation of Varchas, the son of the moon god. When the moon god was asked to let his son incarnate himself on earth by the other devas, he made
In the Dwapar age, there were a lot of stories of the tyranny of Adhasur. This huge giant (demon) was very angry when he saw Krishna happily playing with cowherd kids. He was so dangerous that immortal deities were also scared of him. Kans had
The devotees of Krishna take Akroor’s name with great faith. Akroor was born in the Yaduvansh (Yadava family). He was Vasudev’s brother. Akroor was an employee at Kans’s assembly. Many employees of Kans had run away but Akroor remained in the assembly.
Once while hunting in the jungle, King Shantanu saw Satyavati, daughter of Nishadraj and was fascinated by her beauty. Shantanu proposed her for marriage. Nishadraj put a condition for the marriage that only Satyavati’s son will become the king. Shantanu did not agree to it and
Pradyumna, in the Swayamvar (choice of her husband made by a princess in a public ceremony) of Sundari (sister of Rukmani), wore the garland by her hands and got married to her ceremoniously. With the marriage of Pradyumna and Sundari, Aniruddha was born.
Arjun was the son of Pandu, the King of Hastinapur and his wife Kunti. However, Kunti had summoned Lord Indra (Lord of the Devtas in the heaven) with the help of the mantra given to her by Sage Durvasa. Accordiing to the boon presented to
The Ashvinikumar are mentioned in the Rigveda’s list of the most honourable deities as the “twin brothers”. They are Vedic gods symbolizing the shining of sunrise and sunset, appearing in the sky before the dawn in a golden chariot, bringing treasures to men and averting
Ashwathama was the son of Dronacharya, teacher of Kauravas and Pandavas in the Dwapar Yuga (the third age of the four ages, Sat, Treta, Dwapar and Kali). His mother’s name was Krupi. It is said that at the time of birth there was a sound
Kans, son of Mathura’s King Ugrasen, had a doubt on the basis of the information he received from his spies that, Krishna, who was growing up in Gokul at the house of Nandrai as their son, was the eighth child of Devaki. At the time