KING SATRAJIT INTRODUCTION As per the holy Bhagavata Purana, Satrajit was born in the previous Dwapara Yuga, and he was a Yadava king. His daughter was Satyabama, an incarnation of Ma Bhudevi, and she married to Lord Krishna. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Surya Bhagavan, and in appreciation to his Bhakti,Read More →

KING PRATIPA INTRODUCTION Pratipa was the king of Hastinapur and he ruled it during the previous dwapara yuga. He was mentioned in the Mahabharata, and he was the father of Shantanu and his grandson is Bhishma. His parents were king Bhimasena and queen Sukumari. He was married to Sunanda and his sons were Shantanu,Read More →

KING SAMVARANA INTRODUCTION Samvarana was the ruler of the Hastinapura kingdom and he was mentioned in the Mahabharata. His father was Riksha, and his consort was Tapati, daughter of Lord Surya, and their son was Kuru. Once, the kingdom of Hastinapura was affected by severe storm and drought, and as a result theRead More →

DRUPADA IN MAHABHARATA INTRODUCTION Drupada was the father of Draupadi, and he was a noble person, as mentioned in Mahabharata. He was the king of Panchala, and he was the son of King Prishata. Drupada and Drona studied together under the                        holiness Sri Bhardwaja Maharishi, who was the father of Drona. They become close friends andRead More →

KING KUSHANABHA INTRODUCTION Kushanabha was a great king, and he belongs to the Chandravamsha dynasty. He ruled major part of Bharath, which is the present day India. He was the son of King Kusha. Kushanabha was the founder of the city Mahodaya which is located in the present day Uttar Pradesh. Kushanabha married to a piousRead More →

INTRODUCTION According to Mahabharata, Uttar was the crowned prince of Matsya Kingdom and the son of King Virata. Pandavas spent one year in their kingdom during their exile. His sister Uttara was got married to Abhimanyu, son of Arjuna. When Duryodhana tried to attack the Matsya Kingdom, Uttar takes the help of his sister’s dancing teacher, Brihannala, who was actually Arjuna, who tookRead More →

INTRODUCTION According to the great epic Ramayana, Lava   and his twin brother Kusha, were the children of Rama and Sita. Lava and Kusha looks attractive in their appearance similar to their parents. Lava and Kusha belongs to the Ikshvaku clan and lived during the Treta Yuga. Lava was elder brother and Kusha was younger. According toRead More →

INTRODUCTION As per Vinayaka Purana, during the Treta Yuga, there lived a noble king whose name was Surasena. He was very good and behaved kindly with his people. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Vinayaka and used to perform pujas in the temples and in his palace and offerRead More →

INTRODUCTION According to ancient legend, Sagara is a famous king of the Suryavansha dynasty and ruled the Vidarbha region, which is the present day Nagpur, Maharashtra and he was mentioned in ancient texts and in Mahabharata. He ruled his kingdom in a proper manner, and gave a golden rule during his period.Read More →

INTRODUCTION Mandhata was an Ikshvaku  king and the son of Yuvanashva. He got married with Bindumati, daughter of Yadava king Shashabindu. And he had three sons, and he is well known for his charitable activities, and he had maintained strict law and order in his kingdom. He was mentioned in Rig Veda and Mahabharata. King YuvanashvaRead More →

INTRODUCTION Harita was an ancient king of the Suryavansha dynasty, and those who have Harita gotra are considered as his descendants. After the death of his father, he became the ruler of Ayodhya. Harita was the grandson of king Ambareesha, and he was the ancestor of Lord Rama. Due to the blessings ofRead More →

INTRODUCTION King Aja was the ancient king of the Solar Dynasty, and the worshipper of Lord Surya. He was born in the Treta Yuga, and he was good at handling weapons and was a great scholar and an expert in all kinds of arts. He was the son of king Raghu , who was considered asRead More →

INTRODUCTION Dhuruva is a pious boy and due to his sincere meditation on Lord Vishnu, he has become a king after his father, and finally become a great DHRUVA star and controlling the sun, moon, stars and the planets through his great powers. This was made possible only because ofRead More →

INTRODUCTION The great King Vallala (14th century) ruled over the Thiruvannamalai region. He had two wives, but he did not have a child. Due to that he has offered food to lakhs of people on a daily basis. He renovated the temple of Lord Arunachaleswara and built a huge towerRead More →

INTRODUCTION Few hundred years back, there lived a pious king in Kerala, and his name was Samutri, and he ruled the Calicut city in Kerala. He ruled his kingdom in a well-versed manner, and he was very much devoted to Lord Krishna, and used to chant his names regularly. OnceRead More →

INTRODUCTION Everybody knows about the mighty bear king Sri Jambavan and his bravery, and also about his daughter Jambavati who was married to Lord Krishna during the Dwapara Yuga. But nobody was aware of his noble son Sri Sukumaran, who also contains the qualities of his father Jambavan. He wasRead More →

INTRODUCTION Shalivahana was a great emperor, and it is believed, that he must have ruled almost the entire India, before few thousands of years. The period he ruled the kingdom was known as “THE SHALIVAHANA ERA”. He has written lot of poems, and he is a great scholar, and an expertRead More →

INTRODUCTION Prince Namasu was the son of the great king Mahabali, and the great grandson of Sri Bhakt Prahalad. He was one among the 100 children of Sri Mahabali. His elder brother is Banasura, a great devotee of Lord Shiva, and become a divine attendant of Lord Shiva in Kailash,Read More →

INTRODUCTION Pururavas was the king of the chandravamsha. His father was the Planet Budha, and Kauravas and Pandavas were his descendants. He was also mentioned in Rig Veda, Puranas, Mahabharata and the Bhagavat Purana. The great King Pururavas got married with the heaven dancer Urvashi, and the details were mentioned in the famous text written by Kalidasa.Read More →

INTRODUCTION Anaranya was a descendant of Ikshwaku, and a great king of Ayodhya. He was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. He was also a great scholar and a master in all kinds of arts. He was good at handling weapons during the battle field. According to the great epic Ramayana, once he wasRead More →