Dowson's Classical Dictionary
of Hindu Mythology]
of Kasyapa and Surabhi, and mother of horned cattle, including Kamadhenu,
the cow which grants desires.
2. Daughter of Daksha and fourth of the
lunar asterisms, the favourite wife of the moon.
3. One of the wives
of Vasudeva, the father of Krishna and mother of Balarama. She was burned
with her husband's corpse at Dwaraka. 4. Krishna himself also had a wife so
called, and the name is common.
Languages MLLL-4993. Indian Epics. Laura Gibbs, Ph.D.
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