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1 a charioteer of the Surya, a god of the Hindus
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aruṇa 
Aruna (I413)
 
2 According to Mahabharata, Yudhishthir's second wife's name is Devika and son is Yaudeya.

According to Bhagawat Purana, Yudhishthir's second wife's name is Pauravi and son is Devak.

It is very possible that the Devika and Pauravi are same. Considering son of Devika is Devak. Pauravi may be Devika's maiden name. Yaudeya may be Devak's born name. 
Devika (I136)
 
3 According to Mahabharata, Yudhishthir's second wife's name is Devika and son is Yaudeya.

According to Bhagawat Purana, Yudhishthir's second wife's name is Pauravi and son is Devak.

It is very possible that the Devika and Pauravi are same. Considering son of Devika is Devak. Pauravi may be Devika's maiden name. Yaudeya may be Devak's born name. 
Yaudheya (I137)
 
4 According to Mahabharata, Yudhishthir's second wife's name is Devika and son is Yaudeya.

According to Bhagawat Purana, Yudhishthir's second wife's name is Pauravi and son is Devak.

It is very possible that the Devika and Pauravi are same. Considering son of Devika is Devak. Pauravi may be Devika's maiden name. Yaudeya may be Devak's born name. 
Family F61
 
5 Aditi is supposed have 12 sons called Adityas. There is a lot ambiguation on Wikipedia and also in Puranas about the names. E.g. Sakra who is Indra is mentioned twice. So listed here are the confirmed ones.  Family F166
 
6 Adopted by H.H Rani Anandbai Sahib, widow of H.H. Raja Shivaji IV Chhatrapati Maharaj Sahib Bahadur, 17th March 1884 and ascended the gadi on the same day as Kshatriya-Kulawatasana Sinhasanadhishwar, Shrimant Rajashri Sir Shahu Chhatrapati Maharaj Sahib Bahadur. Reigned under the Regency of his natural father until 20th March 1885, and thence under a Council of Regency until he came of age.

Ref: RoyalArk 
Family F223
 
7 Adopted by H.H. Rani Tarabai Sahib Bhosale, the senior widow of H.H. Shrimant Rajajshri Rajaram I Chhatrapati Maharaj Sahib Bahadur, 12th October 1871. Ascended the gadi on the same day as Shrimant Rajashri Shivaji IV Chhatrapati Maharaj Sahib Bahadur. Reigned under a Council of Regency until he came of age. Presented with a Sword of Honour by the Prince of Wales (King-Emperor Edward VII) 1875. Placed under protective custody for insanity and a Regent appointed to administer the affairs of the state, 13th March 1882.
Ref: RoyalArk 
Bhosale, Shivaji IV (I336)
 
8 Adopted by Sundara Bai, widow of Meherban Shrimant Govindrao Ghatge, Chief of Kagal (Senior), 9th August 1868. Invested with full ruling powers, 5th October 1878.  Family F203
 
9 Adopted by Sundara Bai, widow of Meherban Shrimant Govindrao Ghatge, Chief of Kagal (Senior), 9th August 1868. Invested with full ruling powers, 5th October 1878. Ghatge, Jaisinhrao (I307)
 
10 Adopted by Tarabai Bhosale as successor to throne.  Family F83
 
11 Adopted for succession at deathbed.  Family F77
 
12 Adopted for succession to throne. Family F66
 
13 Adopted from Lokhande Family of Paud. Family F47
 
14 Adopted from Satara line of Bhosales. Successor to throne. Family F45
 
15 Adopted Shahaji II after death of Sivaji IV.
 
Family F223
 
16 Adopted Shivaji IV on 2th October 1871 after death of Rajaram I. Family F212
 
17 Adopted son for successor to throne. Family F52
 
18 After Ravana's death, Vibhishana is said to have married Mandodari.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandodari
 
Family F207
 
19 Ajita, Anjika, Ajaka, Anjita, Aripu are his different names. They can be concluded as same.  Anjika (I516)
 
20 Akkabai may be daughter of Sakwarbai (Thoralya) Bhosale, because the marriage with Shankarrao Bhosale. There is not documentation that speaks either ways.  Shinde, Akkabai (I271)
 
21 All daughters have no mention of their Mother. So they are listed for Anandibai for just clarity reasons.  Family F190
 
22 Angiras had several wives, sons and daughters. Exact parent child relationship is unknown.

http://www.apamnapat.com/entities/Angirasa.html 
Angiras (I387)
 
23 Appointed as "Sar Lashkar Bahadur" by Peshava, of Pangaon, near Barsi Nimbalkar Naik, Nimbaji (I66)
 
24 Appointed Regent of Kolhapur, a 9-gun salute, and the personal style of His Highness, 13th March 1882. Ghatge, Jaisinhrao (I307)
 
25 Blog by Satya
http://ancientindians.wordpress.com/ancient-beings-people-tribes-races/rshis-rishis-rushis/ 
Vashishtha (I154)
 
26 Blog by Satya Sarada Kandula http://ancientindians.wordpress.com/analysis/how-many-generations-were-there-between-sri-rama-and-sri-krishna/ Vashishtha (I154)
 
27 Blog entry.

http://ancientindians.wordpress.com/ancient-beings-people-tribes-races/rshis-rishis-rushis/viswamitra-tapobhangam/ 
Family F7
 
28 Born as Anadibai Mohite. Bhosale, Lakshmibai II (I108)
 
29 Born as Balwantrao Ambaji Bhosale Bhosale, Chhatrapati Vyankatji (I125)
 
30 Born as Chandrasen Sakharam Bhonsle, adopted by Tarabai Bhosale, widow of Shrimant Chhatrapati Pratapsinhji II Maharaj Bhonsle, assumed name as Shahu Pratapsinh Raje Bhonsle Bhosale, Chhatrapati Shahu Pratapsinh (I140)
 
31 Born as Chandrasen Sakharam Bhonsle, adopted by Tarabai Bhosale, widow of Shrimant Chhatrapati Pratapsinhji II Maharaj Bhonsle, assumed name as Shahu Pratapsinh Raje Bhonsle Family F85
 
32 Born as Nagojirao Patankar, adopted by Shivaji III Bhosale on 1st August 1866.

He died at Florence, Italy, 30th November 1870 and cremated on the banks of the Arno by special permission of the Italian Council of Ministers. 
Bhosale, Rajaram I (I303)
 
33 Born as Narayanrao Dinkarrao Bhosale. Bhosale, Shivaji IV (I336)
 
34 Born as Rajaram Bhosale, adopted by Sagunabai Bhosale as successor to throne, assumed name of Pratapsinh Bhosale. Bhosale, Chhatrapati Pratapsinh I (I131)
 
35 Born as Urmila Pawar (Paur), sixth daughter of Uddajirao II Pawar (Puar) of Dhar.  Bhosale, Sumitra (I141)
 
36 Born as Yashwantrao Sarjerao Ghatage Bhosale, Chhatrapati Shahu (I315)
 
37 Born from Brahma's mind, the four sons are described as great sages who undertook lifelong vows of celibacy (brahmacharya) against the wishes of their father. Family F186
 
38 Brihaspati and Mamta were not married. Mamta was Brihaspati's sister in law and was forced to bore his children.

http://www.apamnapat.com/entities/Mamata.html 
Family F158
 
39 Chandra was a student with Brihaspati, the Teacher of devas. Tara was the wife of Brihaspati. Tara fell in love with the beauty of Chandra and started living with him deserting Brihaspati. When Brihaspati asked her to come back, she refused. Brihaspati got angry and a war eventually started between Chandra and Brihaspati. Sukracharya, the teacher of the Asuras joined Chandra in the battle. The devas joined Brihaspati in the battle. A huge battle started. As the battle was due to desire (kama) for Tara, it was known as Tarakaamayam. Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe feared the war might abolish the world. Hence he came down and stopped the war. He convinced Tara, took her away from Chandra and gave her back to Brihaspati. Budha, a beautiful child was born to Tara. Both Brihaspati and Chandra claimed to be the father of Budha. But Tara kept silent. Budha himself got angry over this tussle and asked his mother to tell the truth. Tara said that Chandra was the father of Budha. Family F342
 
40 Committed suicide around 1810.  Nimbalkar, Yesubai (I268)
 
41 Confusion of Name with Kamalabai or Girijabai.
RoyalArk suggest they are one and same. 
Bhosale, Girjabai (I96)
 
42 Cremated at Pandharpur, Maharashtra, India Bhosale, Shahaji III (I259)
 
43 Cremated at Pandharpur, Maharashtra, India Bhosale, Shahaji III (I259)
 
44 Daughter of Shirke Family. Bhosale, Tukabai (I90)
 
45 Daughter of Shrimant Sardar Manaji Rustamrao Jadhav, of Sandkhed Bhosale, Ambikabai (I68)
 
46 Divorced. Family F91
 
47 Due to lack of mother's name for 3 daughters, credited to Parvatibai. Family F32
 
48 Eldest son (Fatehsinh) was adopted by Shahu I Bhosale. Family F48
 
49 Eventually, Shivaji IV died . The whole episode became famous as the Kolhapur Prakaran (affair). Removed to Ahmednagar, Sir Shivaji IV died a year later on December 25, 1883 at the age of 20, "in a scuffle with", or "due to beating received from", a British soldier appointed to take care of him - a Private Lloyd Passingham (PRivate Green?). He was succeeded by Shahaji II, as he had left no heir. [1].

The manner of his death was widely regarded as a vindication of the accusations made by the Indian nationalists, in spite of the court ruling against them, the whole issue being a landmark in the development of the Indian Independence Movement. 
Bhosale, Shivaji IV (I336)
 
50 Formally adopted by H.H. Shrimant Akhand Soubhagyavati Maharani Tarabai Sahib Maharaj Bhonsle, widow of H.H. Maharaja Shrimant Sir Rajaram II, and ascended the the gadi on the same day as Kshatriya Kulawatasana, Sinhasanadhishwar, Shrimant Rajashri Sir Shahaji II Chhatrapati Maharaj Sahib Bahadur, 31st March 1947.  Bhosale, Shahaji II (I363)
 

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