In the Hindu epic Mahabharata,Yudhisthira (Sanskrit: युधिष्ठिर, yudhiṣṭhira meaning "steady in war", from yudh meaning war, and sthira meaning steady, also Bharata (descendant of the line of Bharata) and Ajatashatru (one without enemies)), the eldest son of King Pandu and Queen Kunti, was king of Indraprastha and later of Hastinapura (Kuru). For his piety, he was known as Dharmaraja (which may be translated as either 'righteous king' or 'king of dharma'). He was the leader of the successful Pandava side in the Kurukshetra War or the Mahabhrata War. At the end of the epic, he ascended to heaven along with his four brothers.
In the description of Vyas and Krishna the king was fair, lotus-eyed, with a long and stout nose, tall and strong but humble like any not-so-regal citigen.- " গৌরঃ প্রলম্বোজ্জ্বলচারুঘোণঃ"