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  1. Prishati. Prishati (lit. daughter-in-law of Prishata) was the wife of King Drupada and the mother of Shikhandini and Satyajit. After Drupada performed a yajna (fire-sacrifice) to obtain a powerful son, she was asked by the sages to consume the sacrificial offering to conceive a child. However, Prishati had perfumed saffron in her mouth and ...

  2. › wiki › DraupadiDraupadi - Wikipedia

    'Daughter of Drupada '), also referred to as Krishnaa, Panchali and Yajnaseni, is the main female protagonist of the Hindu epic, Mahabharata and the consort of the five Pandava brothers— Yudhishthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva. [1] She is noted for her beauty, courage and a rare polyandrous marriage. [2]

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  4. › wiki › DrupadaDrupada - Wikipedia

    Drupada, son of King Prishata, and Drona study together under the tutelage of Rishi Bhardwaja, Drona's father. They become great friends and Drupada assures Drona that once he becomes king, he will share half of his kingdom with Drona. While Drupada becomes a king after the death of his father, Drona lives a life of poverty.

    • Prishata (father), Suchitra (brother)
    • Prishati
  5. › wiki › ShikhandiShikhandi - Wikipedia

    Shikhandi - Wikipedia Shikhandi Shikhandi ( Sanskrit: शिखण्डी, Śikhaṇḍī) is an androgynous character in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. He is born as female called Shikandini to Drupada, the king of Panchala, and later transforms into a male. He is the brother of Draupadi, the female protagonist of the epic and common wife of the Pandavas.

    • Female turned Male
    • a Dasarna princess
  6. › wiki › PāñcālaPañcāla - Wikipedia

    The king of Panchala, Keśin Dālbhya(approximately between 900 and 750 BCE[10]), was the nephew of the Kuru king, who had died heirless; Keśin subsequently took over the leadership, establishing his kingdom as the new political and cultural center, and ensuring the continuation of the Vedic tradition.[11]

  7. Drupada (father) Prishati (mother) भाई-बहन: Dhristadyumna (twin brother) Shikhandi (sister) Satyajit (brother) संतान: Prativindhya (from Yudhishthira) Shatanika (from Nakula) Samyukthana, Sutasoma (from Bhima) Shrutasena. Sumitra (from Sahadeva) Shrutakarma प्रगति and प्रज्ञा (from Arjuna ...

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