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Ambālikā : Youngest of the daughters of the King of Kāśi . She was married to Vicitravīrya . When Vicitravīrya died early , she begot Pāṇḍu by the great sage Vyāsa . (Ādi Parva in Mahābhārata)
Ambikā : Second daughter of the King of Kāśi . She married Vicitravīrya . Later when Vicitravīrya died , she begot Dhṛtarāṣṭra by the great sage Vyāsa . (Ādi Parva in Mahābhārata)
Anuvinda : a King of Avanti . He and his brother , Vinda , were the brothers of Mitravindā , who was married to Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa . Both brothers were inimical to Lord Kṛṣṇa and were killed by Arjuna . (Droṇa Parva in Mahābhārata)
Ashram( a ) : A place for spiritual discipline and study , usually a monastic residence . Also a stage of life . In Hinduism life is divided ideally into four stages ( ashramas ) : 1 ) the celibate student life ( brahmacharya ) ; 2 ) the married household
Āśrama : one of the four spiritual orders of life : brahmacārī-āśrama , or student life ; Gṛhasta-āśrama , or married life ; vānaprastha , or retired life ; and sannyāsa-āśrama , or the renounced order of life ; the home of the spiritual master , a place
bhartR4-tva :n . masterhood , husbandship ; { - tAMgata } subject , married
caraTa : ( : { cara } ) a wagtail ; ( : { - raNTI } , { ciraTI } , { ciraNTI } ) a woman married or single who after maturity resides in her father's house
Dakṣa : One of the main Prajāpatis , the forefathers of the various species of life . He was a mind-born son of Brahmā . Of his sixteen daughters , thirteen married Kaśyapa , and the youngest , Satī , married Lord Śiva .
Duḥśalā : the only daughter of Dhṛtarāṣṭra and Gāndhārī . She was married to Jayadratha .
Garhasthya : The second stage of Hindu social life ; the married householder's life .
gṛhastha : householder stage of life . One who lives in God conscious married life and raises a family in Kṛṣṇa consciousness ; regulated householder living according to the Vedic social system ; the second order of Vedic spiritual life .
Grihasta : A householder ; a married person ; from the word griha meaning house
Grihasta : A married “householder ;” the second stage ( ashrama ) in life .
Hiḍimbī : the sister of Hiḍimba . She later married Bhīma and begot a son named Ghaṭotkaca .
Hiraṇyavarman : a king of Daśārṇa . His daughter was married to Śikhaṇḍī .

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