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Identify Babrubvahana, a character in Mahabharat?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 13 Mar '13 06:50 am
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Babruvahana is a character in the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic. He is one of the sons of Arjuna, begotten through Chitrangada, the princess of Manipura, during the period of his exile at Manipura.

Babruvahana was adopted as the son of his maternal grandfather, and reigned at Manipura as his successor. He dwelt there in a palace of great splendour, surrounded with wealth and signs of power.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 13 Mar '13 06:55 am

 
  
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Babruvahana is a character in the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic. He is one of the sons of Arjuna, begotten through Chitrangada, the princess of Manipura, during the period of his exile at Manipura.
Answered by Quest, 13 Mar '13 01:36 pm

 
  
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Babhruvahana is a character in the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic. He is one of the sons of Arjuna, begotten through Chitrangada, the princess of Manipura, during the period of his exile at Manipura.

Babruvahana was adopted as the son of his maternal grandfather, and reigned at Manipura as his successor. He dwelt there in a palace of great splendour, surrounded with wealth and signs of power.
When Arjuna went to Manipura with the horse intended for the Aswamedha, there was a quarrel between Arjuna and King Babhruvahana, and the latter killed his father with an arrow. Repenting of his deed, he determined to kill himself, but he obtained from his stepmother, the Naga princess Uloopi, a gem which restored Arjuna to life. He returned with his father to Hastinapura.[1] This was on account of a curse by the Vasus, on account of Arjuna's killing Bhishma (who is an incarnation of one of the Vasus) during the Mahbhrata war. Babruvahana also killed Karna's son Vrishaketu in the battle
Answered by aflatoon, 13 Mar '13 09:39 am

 
  
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Son of arjuna and chitragandha
Answered by iqbal seth, 13 Mar '13 07:04 am

 
  
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