For other uses, see Kunti disambiguation. When Kunti heard the cries of a Brahmin - who had provided her and her sons shelter in Ekachakra, Kunti consoled him and suggested that instead of a Brahmin's family, her son Bhima would face the demon. She was very beautiful and intelligent. A remorseful Pandu renounced the kingdom and went into exile with Kunti and Madri. The dying sage placed a curse on Pandu since he had not only killed them in the midst of lovemaking but was not remorseful for his action. Kunti also asked Karna further promises, such as he should not use the same weapon twice against Arjuna, which were granted by Karna. Madri was of the view that Kunti was inferior by birth to her because Yadavas were cattle herders while she was a princess. However, several versions of the Mahabharata depict her to be shrewd and calculative. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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