And Abhimanyu was born of Subhadra, the sister of Vasudeva through Arjuna, and was, therefore, the grandson of the illustrious Pandu. And unto the five Pandavas were born five sons by (their common wife) Panchali. And these princes were all very handsome and conversant with all branches of knowledge. From Yudhishthira was born Prativindhya; from Vrikodara, Sutasoma; from Arjuna, Srutakirti; from Nakula, Satanika; and from Sahadeva, Srutasena of great prowess; and Bhima, in the forest begot on Hidimba a son named Ghatotkacha.
All the children of the Pandavas perished in the war and Parikshit, the son of Abhimanyu and the grandson of Arjuna extended the almost extinct race of Bharatas.
"And he shall beget one heroic son in his line, who shall continue the almost extinct Bharata race.' "
Bhima had a son from Valandhara, a Kashi princess who was Sarvaga, only remaining son of Bhima as he did not participate in Kurukshetra war. He became the king of Kashi, his maternal kingdom and later Sarvaga's granddaughter who is Bhima's great-granddaughter marries Abhimanyu's grandson and Arjuna's great-grandson Janamejaya and they give birth to Shatanika.
Sahadeva's son Suhotra from Vijaya and Nakula's son Niramitra from Karenumati became crown princes and later kings of Madra.
Yudhisthira's son Yaudheya from Devika ruled his maternal kingdom Sivi.