The 7 aksauhinis of the pandavas

The 7 aksauhinis of the pandavas

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1. Cedi - Dhṛṣṭaketu, son of Śiśupāla

2. Kāśī - Kāśīrāja

3. Kekaya - there were 5 brothers namely Kāśika, Sukumāra, Nīla, Suryadatta and Śaṅkha, who had been deposed of their throne. The other Kekayas were on the Kaurava side

4. Kuntīrāṣṭra - Kuntībhoja and his son Purujit

5. Magadha - Sahadeva

6. Matsya - Virāṭa

7. Pañcāla - Drupada

7.1. The Somakas, Srinjayas, Prabhadrakas etc. were part of the Pancala tribe.

8. Pāṅḍya - Sarangadhvaja

9. Śibi - Śaibya (4.72)

10. Lord Kṛṣṇa, the head of all Yadava kingdoms/tribes, himself stayed on the Pāṇḍava's side without fighting in the war and merely acted as Arjuna’s charioteer. He had however lent his army to the Kauravas

10.1. Sātyaki, another of the Vṛṣṇi Yadava race however did not go to the Kaurava’s side with the rest of the Nārāyaṇa army, but instead acted as a commander of 1 akṣauhiṇī of the Pāṇḍava's troops from various kingdoms

11. Other minor kingdoms/tribes/sub tribes

11.1. Anūpaka

11.2. Aśmaka,

11.3. Coḷa

11.4. Daśārṇa

11.5. Dāśeraka

11.6. Draviḍa

11.7. Hūṇa

11.8. Karūṣa

11.9. Keraḷa

11.10. Kulinda

11.11. Kuṇḍīviṣa

11.12. Laḍaka

11.13. Maṇḍaka

11.14. Niṣāda

11.15. Paṭaccara

11.16. Pauravaka

11.17. Piśāca

11.18. Prayāga

11.19. Śavara

11.20. Taṅgaṇa

11.21. Uddra

11.22. Vatsa

12. The kingdom of indraprastha under the kingship of Yudhishtir