In Mahabharata epic, Ekalavya ( Sanskrit: एकलव्य, ékalavya) is a young prince of the Nishadha tribes, who achieves a skill level parallel to the great Arjuna, despite Drona's rejection of him. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ekalavya"
Bharata was the first king to conquer all of the world as known to the adherents of Hinduism, uniting it into a single entity which was named after him as Bharatavarsha. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emperor Bharata"
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Gāndhārī is a character in the India epic, the Mahabharata. In the epic, she was the daughter of Subala, the king of Gandhara (modern day Kandhahar), a region spanning northwestern Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan, from which her name is derived. Gandhari's marriage was arranged to Dhritarashtra, the eldest prince of the Kuru kingdom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gandhari (character)"
== Geeta Kavya Madhuri == ...more on Wikipedia about "Geeta Kavya Madhuri"
In the Mahabharata, Ghatotkacha is the son of Bhima and Hidimbi. He is killed by Karna in the great battle. His wife was Nag Kanya - Ahilawati. He fought bravely in the battle of Mahabharat and lost his life. He earned the boon for increasing his bodily size and at the time of death by increasing his size he fell down on force of kauravas. His son Barbareek has great influence in the battle of Mahabharat and later he got the name of Khatushyamji. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ghatotkacha"
In the Indian epic Mahabharata, Hastinapura is the capital and the kingdom of the Kauravas, the descendents of Kuru, which include the Pandavas. The throne of this city is the prize over which the great war of the epic is fought. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hastinapura"
Hidimbasura was a demon who was killed by Bheema, the second of the pandavas, and married Hidimbasura's sister Hidimbi. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hidimbasura"
Hidimbi is a rakshashi, in the Mahabharata. She met Bhima when he was travelling in the forest, and bore him a son, Ghatotkacha. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hidimbi"
In the epic Mahabharata, Jayadratha is the king of Sindhu. He is married to Dusshala, the sister of the Kaurava brothers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jayadratha"
Kacha the son of Brihaspati appears in Hindu epic Mahabharata. He was sent by his father Brihaspati to learn the secret of the Sanjivani mantra (a hymn for reviving the dead) from Shukracharya, the guru of Asuras. The idea was to help the Devas with the knowledge of this secret. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kacha (Mahabharata)"
Kakawin Bhāratayuddha is an Old Javanese poetical rendering of some books (parva) of the Mahabharata by Mpu Sedah and his brother Mpu Panuluh in Indian meters (kāvya or kakawin). The commencement of this work was exactly November 6 1157. The year of the composition is given in a chronogram sanga-kuda-śuddha-candramā which gives the year 1079 Saka. This is the equivalent of 1157 AD. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kakawin Bhāratayuddha"
Sabhaparva section of Mahabharata refers to a king of the Kambojas called Kamatha Kamboja. He is the second prince of the Kambojas referenced in the great epic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kamatha Kamboja"
Karna ( Sanskrit: कर्ण written Karṇa in IAST transliteration) (also known as Karan) is one of the central figures in Hindu epic Mahabharata. He was the first son of Kunti, and was thus half brother to the Pandavas, and the eldest of them. Although Duryodhana of the Kauravas anoints him king of Anga, his role in the legend far exceeds the importance of a king. He fought for the Kauravas in the great battle at Kurukshetra. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karna" Made by http://www.shortopedia.com.
The term Kaurava is a Sanskrit term, that means the descendants of Kuru, a legendary king who is the ancestor of many of the characters of the Mahabharata. It is often written as Kauravas in English; technically this plural form is incorrect since the Sanskrit form is plural already. The singular term, for a single descendant of Kuru, is Kaura. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kaurava"
Khatushyamji is a town of religious importance in Sikar district of Rajasthan in India where there is a famous temple of Shyam baba. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khatushyamji"
Kripa, also often called Kripacharya, was the chief priest at the court of Hastinapura, in the Mahabharata. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kripa"
Krishna (कृष्ण in Devanagari, IAST ) is according to common Hindu tradition the eighth avatar of Vishnu. In Gaudiya Vaishnavism, he is seen as the Supreme Person ( God). ...more on Wikipedia about "Krishna"
In Hinduism, Princess Kunti is the mother of the Pandavas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kunti"
In the Mahabharata, Kuru is a legendary king, the progenitor of the Kuru clan, to which both the Kauravas and the Pandavas, the principal characters of the Mahabharata, belong. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kuru (Hindu mythology)"
Kurukshetra is the name of a district in the present-day Indian state of Haryana. The name literally means "Land of the Kurus" after the famous Kuru vansha (clan), but is also sometimes referred to as Dharam Kshetra meaning the "Land of Righteousness". It purports to be the site of the Kurukshetra war, described in the Hindu epic the Mahabharata, a claim impossible to substantiate or invalidate. Nevertheless, this place holds inestimable importance in Hinduism as this is where the Bhagavad Gita ("The Song Celestial") was recited to Arjuna amidst the battle field, just before the great war of Mahabharata. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kurukshetra District"
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The Kurukshetra war, according to scholars taking into consideration archeological, astronomical and literary evidences took place around 3102 BCE in the modern day state of Haryana in India and was described in detail in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kurukshetra war"
Madra or Madraka is the name of an ancient people, thought to belong to the Iranian group, located in the north-west division of ancient Indian sub-continent. ...more on Wikipedia about "Madra"
In the Mahabharata epic, Madri was a princess of the Madra kingdom and the second wife of Pandu. ...more on Wikipedia about "Madri"
The Mahabharata ( Devanagari: महाभारत, phonetically ...more on Wikipedia about "Mahabharata"
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