Srimad-Bhagavatam, Canto 09 Chapter 22 Purports - The Descendants of Ajamidha
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- After Vicitravirya's death, his mother, Satyavati, who was also the mother of Vyasadeva, asked Vyasadeva to beget children through the wives of Vicitravirya
- Amba approached Bhismadeva's military spiritual master, Parasurama, who instructed Bhisma to marry her. Bhismadeva refused
- Amba thought that Bhismadeva would marry her and became attached to him, but Bhismadeva refused to marry her, for he had taken the vow of brahmacarya
- If the husband (in previous ages) was somehow unable to beget children, his brother could do so through the womb of his sister-in-law. This devarena sutotpatti and the sacrifices of asvamedha and gomedha are forbidden in the age of Kali
- If the Vaisnava spirit is revived there (in Manipur), it will be a wonderful place, renowned throughout the entire world
- If this kingdom (Manipura) is organized as a Vaisnava state, this revitalization will be a great success because for five thousand years this state has maintained its identity. If the Vaisnava spirit is revived there, it will be a wonderful place
- In those days, the brother of the husband could beget children through the womb of his sister-in-law. This was known as devarena sutotpatti
- Satyavati was actually the daughter of Uparicara Vasu by the womb of a fisherwoman known as Matsyagarbha. Later, Satyavati was raised by a fisherman
- Some of our devotees belong to the Manipura state. The Krsna consciousness movement, therefore, can be well spread in the state of Manipura by the cooperative efforts of the Krsna conscious devotees
- The fight between Parasurama and Bhismadeva concerns three daughters of Kasiraja - Ambika, Ambalika and Amba - who were forcibly abducted by Bhismadeva, acting on behalf of his brother Vicitravirya
- This is the history of a monarchy (of the descendants of Ajamidha) that began with Jarasandha and continues for one thousand years as the above-mentioned kings (in SB 9th Canto, Chapter 22) appear on the surface of the globe
- This kingdom (Manipura) is a very old, aristocratic Vaisnava kingdom. If this kingdom is organized as a Vaisnava state, this revitalization will be a great success because for five thousand years this state has maintained its identity