An energy node in the human body. Wheel.
A Kaurava warrior.
A city on banks of Ganges river where Karna found as a baby by Adhiratha and Radha. They adopted him.
A devotee of Manasa.
A son of King Dhritarashtra who perished in the war. Kaurava.
Kingdom of Shishupala, old name of present Chanderi.
Chekitana was son of Dhrishtaketu, Raja of the Kekayas, and an ally of the Pandavas.
A son of Dhritarashtra killed in the war. Kaurava.
One of the many sons of King Dhritarashtra who fell in the war. Kaurava.
Chitrakuta was in mountain forests where Rama, Sita and Lakshmana spent eleven and half years of their exile. Here the principal trinity of the Hinduism, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, took their incarnations.
Chitralekha was a friend of Usha and daughter of minister of Banasur. She helped Usha to identify the young man, Aniruddha, seen in the dream of Usha. Chitralekha through supernatural powers abducted Aniruddha from the palace of Krishna and brought him to Usha.
King of the Gandharvas who prevented the Kauravas from putting up their camp near the pond where he himself had encamped.
A Kaurava prince who laid down his life in the war.
A brother of Duryodhana who was killed in the war. Kaurava.
Elder son of Santanu born of Matsyagandhi (Satyavati) who succeeded his father on the throne of Hastinapura.
Chitrangada was one of Arjuna's wives. Babhruvahana was soon born to them.
A great rishi, husband of beautiful wife Sukanya whom Ashvins beheld at her bath. Created Chyavanaprash which is reputed to have restored his vitality.