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The great epic Mahabharath was composed by Maharishi Veda Vyasa/Krishna Dwaipayana, son of Sage Parasara and Sathyavati, a woman from fishermen clan. Mahabharath describes the legend of Bharatha Dynasty. It was written in 18 Parva such as Adhi Parva, Sabha Parva, Vana Parva, Virada Parva, Udhyoga Parva, Bhishma Parva, Drona Parva, Karna Parva, Shalya Parva, Soupthika Parva, Stri Parva, Shanthi Parva, Anushasana Parva, Ashwamedha Parva, Ashramavasika Parva, Musala Parva, Mahaprasthanika Parva and Swargarohana Parva and each Parva has divided into many Upaparva and has chapters in detail. Adhi Parva depicts the life of King Dushyantha and his wife Shakunthala and their son Sarvadhamanan, who was famously known as Bharatha, a righteous ruler of Bharatha Empior.
Lord Brahma created deities, Sages and Prajapathis. It was the beginning of the growth of human race from the sixty daughters of Daksha Prajapathi. Pururavass, Yayathi, Puru, Dushyantha, Bharatha, Shanthanu were born in the family of Dithi, one of the daughters of Daksha Prajapathi.
Rishi Vaishampayana narrates the name of hundred sons of Drutharashtra to King Janamejaya according to the line of their birth and they are Duryodhana, Dusshasana, Dussaha, Dusshala, Jalagandha, Sama, Saha, Vindha, Anuvindha, Durdharsha, Subhahu, Dushpradharshana, Durmarshana, Durmukha, Dushkarnna, Karna, Vikarna, Shala, Sathwa, Sulochana, Chitra, Upachitra, Chitraksha, Charuchitra, Sarasana, Dhurmadha, Durvigaha, Vivistu, Vikatinanda, Urnnanabha, Sunabha, Nanda, Upananda, Chitrabana, Chitravarma, Suvarma, Durvimocha, Ayobhahu, Mahabhahu, Chitrangadha, Chitrakundala, Bheemavega, Bheemabala, Valaki, Balarvardhana, Ugrayudha, Sushena, Kundadhara, Mahodhara, Chitrayudha, Nishangi, Pasi, Vrindharaka, Dhrudavarma, Dhrudashatra, Somakeerthi, Anoodhara, Drunasandha, Jarasandha, Sathyasandha, Sadhasuvak, Ugrashravass, Ugrasena, Senani, Dushparajaya, Aparajitha, Kundashayi, Nishalaksha, Duradhara, Dhrudahastha, Suhastha, Vathavega, Suvarccha, Adityakethu, Bahwashi, Nagadhatha, Ugrashayi, Kavachi, Kradhana, Kundi, Bheemavikra, Dhanurdhara, Veerabhahu, Alolupa, Abhaya, Dhrudakarma, Dhrunarathashraya, Anadhrushya, Kundabhedhi, Viravi, Chitrakundala, Pradhama, Apramadhi, Dheergharoma, Suveeryavan, Dheergabhahu, Suvarma, Kanjanadhwaja, Kundassi, Virajass and a daughter Dusshala. Drutharashtra had a son Yuyutsu in a Vaishya woman.
The hundred sons of Drutharashtra had profound knowledge in war tactics, they were great warriors and they had systematic knowledge in Vedas. At the right age of marriage Dusshala was wedded to King Jayadratha of Kingdom of Sindhu.
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