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As per Mahabharata: Karna Parva, Yudhishthira wanted to retire into forest leaving Mahabharata war after Arjuna insulted him: Hearing, however, those harsh words of his brother Phalguna, Pandu's son, king Yudhishthira, the just, rising up from that bed (on which he had been sitting), said these words unto Partha, with his heart filled with sorrow, "O ...


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The Yadava clan (Bhoja, the Andhaka, and the Vrishni races) fought among themselves and died. Sri Krishna was witness to this incident. Later, when Arjuna tried to bring the women of Vasudeva, robbers attacked him and he, being a great warrior, could not protect all the women. Vyasa consoling him says as follows: ‘The mighty car-warriors of the Vrishni and ...


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Daksha Prajapati's daughter Taamra was married to Kashyapa. Shuki was name of one of the daughters of Taamra. Śukī gave birth to parrots. As Indra was talking to a "Suka" i.e. parrot whose origin is from Daksha > Taamra > Śukī, he referred same Daksha Prajapati. Daksha was son of Lord Brahma in Svaymbhu Manvanra. Later in Vaivaswata Manvantra ...


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Yes, King Prasanajit who was Lord Rama's ancestor was also Lord Parashurama's maternal grandfather. So Lord Parashurama has links to Ikshavaku lineage. From Chapter VII - Lineage of Puruvasas and Jahnu of Vishnu Purana, Jamadagni married Reṇukā, the daughter of Reṇū, of the family of Ikṣvāku, and had by her the destroyer of the Kṣatriya race, Paraśurāma, ...


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