The Bhagavata Purana gives her the epithet KaikeyiKaikeyi
Kaikeyi, one of the major characters of Ramayana, was the mother of Bharata..., the princess of the Kaikeya kingdom. She was the daughter of King Dhrishtaketu and his wife Shrutakirti, the sister of Kunti and the cousin of VasudevaVasudeva
Vasudeva, in Hindu mythology, the patronymic of the deity Krishna, who, according to one tradition, was a son of Vasudeva. The worshipers of Vasudeva, or Krishna, formed one... (Krishna's father) and thus Krishna's cousin. Bhadra's five brothers headed by the eldest prince Santardana married BhadraBhadra
The Bhagavata Purana gives her the epithet Kaikeyi, the princess of the Kaikeya kingdom. She was the daughter of King Dhrishtaketu and his wife Shrutakirti, the sister... to Krishna.
In another text, she is described to have chosen KrishnaKrishna
It is described that there are three aspects of the Supreme that must... as her husband in a Swayamvara ceremony, in which a bride chooses a groom from assembled suitors. Krishna and his queens once visited Hastinapur It is a town in Meerut district, situated in Uttar Pradesh. The name Hastinapur, is a compound of two Sanskrit words, ‘Hasti’ meaning elephant and ‘puram’ meaning city. So the city is named after elephants. The place got its prime importance from the days of Mahabharata. The Kuru dynasty came into existence from this very place. It was the capital of Kuru dynasty. It is located on the banks of Ganga. All the Kauravas were born here. The two most ancient temples of this place are Shri Digamber Jain Bada Mandir which is a Jain temple whereas Pandeshwar temple is 7000 years old and is dedicated to Shiva.
to meets Kunti, her sons the Pandavas and Pandavas's common wife Draupadi. As directed by Kunti, DraupadiDraupadi
Draupadi (Wife of Five Pandavas), also known as Krishna, because of her dark complexion, is the daughter of Drupada... worships and honours Bhadra and other queens with gifts. Bhadra also narrates to Draupadi how she got married to Krishna.
According to the Bhagavata Purana, Bhadra had ten sons, namely Sangramajit, Brihatsena, Shura, Praharana, Arijit, Jaya, Subhadra, Vama, Ayur and Satyaka. The Mausala Parva of the Hindu epic Mahabharata which describes the death of Krishna and end of his race and the Bhagavata Purana records the wailing of Bhadra and other seven chief queens and her subsequent leap in Krishna's funeral pyre immolating themselves (see sati).