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Birth of Abhimanyu

After a year of bliss at Dwaraka, Arjuna spent the last year of his exile with Subhadra in the holy town of Prabhasa.
Kunti and the other members of the family gave Arjuna and his bride a warm welcome when they finally reached Indraprastha. Closely following this, Krishna and his family members, along with their close relatives, arrived at the Pandava capital, bringing with them a handsome dowry. It consisted of a thousand cars having gold frills, each with four steeds and a charioteer, ten thousand of the best Mathura cows, a thousand mares, a thousand mules, a thousand attending maids, hundreds and thousands of draught horses, ten carrier loads of gold, a thousand elephants, gems and rich clothing.
After much merriment, the bride’s party of Vrishnis, Andhakas and Bhojas, all of the Yadava tribe, returned to Dwaraka. Krishna alone stayed back to spend some time with Arjuna.
To Arjuna and Subhadra was born a son, Abhimanyu. And Panchali bore a son to each of the five brothers, in intervals of one year. They were Prativindhya of Yudhishthira, Sutasoma of Bhima, Srutakarman of Arjuna, Satanika of Nakula and Srutasena of Sahadeva.

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