||And Sarvabhauma married Sunanda, the daughter of the Kekaya prince, having obtained her by force.
||And Bharata married Sunanda, the daughter of Sarvasena, the king of Kasi, and begat upon her the son named Bhumanyu.
||And Pratipa married Sunanda, the daughter of Sivi, and begat upon her three sons, viz, Devapi, Santanu and Valhika.
||Vrihadaswa continued, O king, having spoken so unto the daughter of Bhima, the queen-mother, O Bharata, said to her daughter named Sunanda, O Sunanda, accept this lady like a goddess as thy Sairindhri!
||And Sunanda cheerfully accepted Damayanti and led her to her own apartment accompanied by her associates.
||Until at length searching in the beautiful city of the Chedis, a Brahmana named Sudeva, during the time of the king's prayers, saw the princess of Vidarbha in the palace of the king, seated with Sunanda.
||And, O Bharata, beholding Damayanti weeping, and conversing in private with Sudeva, Sunanda was distressed, and going to her mother informed her, saying, Sairindhri is weeping bitterly in the presence of a Brahmana.
||O king, hearing these words of Sudeva, Sunanda washed the dust that covered the mole between Damayanti's eye-brows.
||And seeing that mole, O Bharata, Sunanda and the queen-mother began to weep, and embracing Damayanti stood silent for a while.
|Reference:- Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa, translated to English by Kisari Mohan Ganguli; Source of Plain Text: www.sacred-texts.com; Wikified at AncientVoice.