Madri

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Madri
माद्री
Mahabharata character
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Spouse(s) Pandu
Children Nakula and Sahadeva with Ashvin named Nasatya
Relatives Shalya (brother)

In the Mahabharata epic, Madri (Sanskrit: माद्री; IAST: Mādrī; IPA/Sanskrit: [mɑːd̪riː] ) was a princess of the Madra Kingdom (IAST: Mādra; [mɑːd̪rə]) and the second wife of King Pāṇḍu. She gave birth to Nakula and Sahadeva using Kunti's boon.

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The word Mādrī means 'she who is the princess of Madra kingdom (Mādra)'.

Madri committed sati (see pannel corner) , from Birla Razmnama

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