||But Vichitravirya became king, and married the two daughters of the king of Kasi, named Amvika and Amvalika.
||At that time I heard, O thou of mighty arms, that three maidens, all unrivalled for beauty, daughters of the ruler of Kasi, by name Amva, Amvika, and Amvalika would select husbands for themselves, and that all the kings of the earth, O bull of the Bharata's race, had been invited.
||Amongst those maidens Amva was the eldest, Amvika the second, while the princess Amvalika, O monarch, was the youngest.
||My two sisters Amvika and Amvalika, who were abducted with me at the same time, have, O king, been bestowed by Ganga's son on his younger brother Vichitravirya!
||The names of her two younger sisters are Amvika and Amvalika, O thou endued with wealth of asceticism!
|Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.