Arjuna's son with Subhadra who married Uttara, daughter of King Virata.
Guru or Teacher.
Another name os Sri Krishna meaning imperishable.
The first Hindu philosopher who consolidated the principles of the Advaita Vedanta.
A goddess of the sky, consciousness, the past, the future and fertility.
A school of Hindu philosophy often called a monistic or non-dualistic system which refers to the indivisibility of the Self (Atman) from the Whole (Brahman).
A great sage in mythilogy, his wife Lopamudra was equally a great sage in her own right. Agastya was born of both Gods, Mitra and Varuna, from Urvashi.
Agneyastra is the fire weapon, incepted by God Agni, master of the flames.
Hindu fire god.
A sacrifice to God Agni.
Lord Indra's white elephant.
Having no enemy, friend of all born things, an epithet for Yudhishthira.
A mythilogical vessel given to Yudhishthira by the Sun god which was never empty of food.
The city of Indra.
The place from where the Narmada River, the Sone River and Johila River emerge.
The three daughters of King of Benares, Eldest daughter Amba was in love with King Shalwa
The food of the gods, which makes one immortal.
The thousand headed snake, Adisesha. Author and commentator of Katyayana sutra.
Andhaka was the demon son of Shiva, and was created from a drop of his sweat. He was born blind. After birth, Andhaka was given to Hiranyaksha to be raised, as he had no sons. Later, Andhaka became the King of Hiranyaksha's Kingdom.
Mlechchha Kings, a Kaurava supporter.
Son of Vali. One of the Vanar in Lord Rama's army.
Son of Pradyumna (a rebirth of Shatrughana who married with Charumati and Usha).
The greatest of Arjuna's arrows with which he slays Karna.
Mother of Hanuman or Anjaneya.
A mighty chariot-fighter.
Sati Anusuya was wife of the sage Atri and mother of Dattatreya who is considered by some Hindus (in western India ) to be an incarnation of the Divine Trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Siva.
Heavenly beauties, The dancers of Indra's court.
The third of Pandavas, son of Pandu.
Wealth, one of the objects of human life, the others being Dharma, (righteous- ness), Kama (satisfaction of desires), Moksha (spiritual salvation).
Wife of sage Vasishtha.
Son of Sagra.
A towering scholar who is still in his teens.
Eight aspects of goddess Lakshmi, symbolising eight sources of wealth.
Son of Dronacharya and last supreme commander of the Kaurava force, strong as a horse.
The divine twins.
Uncle of Bharata and Shatrughna.
Five mighty arrows shot by Karna.
A sage who held that gambling was ruinous and should be avoided by all wise people.
A Kaurava warrior who attacked Abhimanyu.
A missile charged with power by a holy mantra.
The underlying metaphysical self, at times translated as spirit or soul.
Unconquerable, The city in the country of Koshala. Rama's Kingdom.