- 1 Who is matsya Naresh in Mahabharata?
- 2 Why is Alwar called Matsya Nagar?
- 3 Where is Upaplavya in Mahabharat?
- 4 Who Captured Virata?
- 5 What is matsya called now?
- 6 Who killed Drupad?
- 7 What is the old name of Alwar?
- 8 Who is Uttara son?
- 9 Where is Kampilya in India?
- 10 Who killed Abhimanyu?
- 11 Who Killed Uttar?
- 12 Who is sister of Lord Krishna?
- 13 Who died on 2nd day of Mahabharat?
- 14 What was the yudhisthira’s name when he was in hiding?
Who is matsya Naresh in Mahabharata?
Virata was married to Queen Sudeshna and was the father of Prince Uttara and Princess Uttarā, who married Abhimanyu, the son of Arjuna. Abhimanyu and Uttara’s son Parikshit succeeded Yudhishthira to the throne of Hastinapura, after the war of Mahabharata.
Why is Alwar called Matsya Nagar?
That was the period when the Pandavas, made famous by the Mahabharata, lived. At that time, alwar was called Matsya Desh or in other words, the ‘Land of Fish’! Matsya Desh, in fact, referred to the whole area around the present districts of alwar, Jaipur and Bharatpur, along with Viratnagar which was its capital.
Where is Upaplavya in Mahabharat?
Upaplavya was a city in the Matsya Kingdom ruled by king Virata as per the epic Mahabharata. It was the city where the Pandavas camped and planned their strategy for the Kurukshetra War. The allies of the Pandavas held extensive meetings in the tents constructed at Upaplavya, and stayed there as guests of King Virata.
Who Captured Virata?
Accompanied by the other Pandavas, he fought from king Vitrata’s side. The armies of Susharma and Duryodhana started losing. But Susharma played a trick and captured Virata.
What is matsya called now?
After the Indian independence in 1947, the princely states of Bharatpur, Dholpur, Alwar and Karauli were temporarily put together from 1947 to 1949 as the “United States of Matsya”, and later in March 1949 after these princely states signed the Instrument of Accession they were merged with the present state of
Who killed Drupad?
In the great war of Mahabharata, which was fought for eighteen days, Drona fought for the Kauravas and Drupada and Dhrishtadyumna fought for the Pandavas. On the fourteenth day, Drona killed Drupada.
What is the old name of Alwar?
He founded the city of Alpur in 1106 Vikrami Samvat (1049 A.D.) after his own name which eventually became Alwar. It was formerly spelt as Ulwar but in the reign of Jai Singh the spelling was changed to Alwar.
Who is Uttara son?
Parikshita is the son of Uttara, the Matsya princess and Abhimanyu, the Vrishni son of Arjuna. He is born only after the end of the war.
Where is Kampilya in India?
Kampil is a town and a Nagar panchayat in Farrukhabad district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is located about 45 km from Farrukhabad, and 55 km from Budaun. It is a very important place from a historical point of view.
Who killed Abhimanyu?
In this clip from episode 238 of Mahabharat, Karna frees Abhimanyu of the pain by stabbing him with his sword.
Who Killed Uttar?
During the 18-day Kurukshetra war, Uttar and his brothers fight in support of the Pandavas. Uttar is killed on the first day of the war by Shalya.
Who is sister of Lord Krishna?
Subhadra a character in the Mahabharata which Hindu legend ascribes to Vyasa. Worshiped as an incarnation of Goddess Yogmaya. Sister of Krishna and Balarama, wife of Arjuna and mother of Abhimanyu and grandmother of Parikshit.
Who died on 2nd day of Mahabharat?
Uttara and Sweta, sons of Virata, were killed on day one of Mahabharata war. Shalya killed Uttara and Bhishma killed Sweta. This day belonged to Kauravas. The second day belonged to Pandavas and Satyaki killed Bhishma’s charioteer.
What was the yudhisthira’s name when he was in hiding?
Along with his brothers, Yudhishthira spent his last year of exile in the kingdom of Matsya. He disguised himself as a Brahmin named Kank (among themselves Pandavas called him Jaya) and taught the game of dice to the king.