Yudhishthira lived in Indraprastha a hundred thousand ponies and a hundred thousand elephants used to continue in his train. These were the assets of Yudhisthira while he governed the earth. It was I be that as it may, O woman, who directed their number and outlined the guidelines to be seen in regard of them; and it was I who needed to tune in to all grievances about them. In fact, I had a deep understanding of what the house keeper workers of the castle and different classes of chaperons, even the bovine groups and the shepherds of the imperial foundation, did or didn't. O favored and renowned woman, it was only i among the Pandavas who knew the pay and consumption of the lord and what their entire riches was. What's more, those bulls among the Bharatas, tossing upon me the weight of taking care of each one of those that should have been taken care of by them, would, O thou of attractive face, pay their court to me.
Vidur affirmed the equivalent:
"Vidura answered,- - 'O Yudhishthira, O bull of the Bharata race, realize that this will generally be my assessment, that one that is vanquished by evil methods need not be tormented by such annihilation. Thou knowest each standard of profound quality; Dhananjaya is ever triumphant in fight; Bhimasena is the slayer of adversaries; Nakula is the finder of riches; Sahadeva hath regulatory gifts, Dhaumya is the principal of all acquainted with the vedas; and the respectful Draupadi is familiar with excellence and economy.
Giving aid and adoring divine beings was additionally her task -
Those obligations that my mother by marriage had let me know of in regard of family members, as additionally the obligations of aid giving, of offering love to the divine beings, of oblations to the infected, of bubbling food in pots on favorable days for offer to progenitors and visitors of respect and administration to those that merit our respects, and all else that is known to me,
She didn't eat before others ate, this is said by Duryodhana :
Also, ten large number of different religious zealots with crucial seed drawn up, day by day eat of brilliant plates in Yudhishthira's royal residence. Furthermore, O ruler, Yajnaseni, without having eaten herself, day by day seeth whether everyone, including even the twisted and the smaller people, hath eaten or not
She dozed after everybody and woke up before everybody :
Day and late evening bearing appetite and thirst, I used to serve the Kuru sovereigns, so my evenings and days were equivalent to me. I used to wake up first and hit the sack last. .
So by and large, she gave a valiant effort to satisfy every one of her obligations and dealt with her duties pleasantly.
We can finish up she was a keen and given Queen of Indraprastha.