Srimad Bhagvata Mahapurana: Book 10: Chapter 58: Verses 1-12
Sri Krsna's espousal with (the rest of) His eight principal Spouses
Sri Suka began again : Once upon a time the glorious Sri Krsna (the foremost among men), accompanied by Yuyudhana (Satyaki) and others, drove to Indraprastha (the modern Delhi) to see Yudhisthira and his (four) brothers (the sons of Pandu), who had been seen (at the court of Drupada, having once been taken to have been reduced to ashes within a house of shellac). Seeing Lord Sri Krsna (the Bestower of Liberation), the Ruler of all, arrived (at their door), the valiant sons of Prtha (Sri Krsna's aunt) rose (from their seat) at once (even) as the senses become active (again) on finding respiration returned. Embracing the immortal Lord, with (all) their sins (of previous lives) wiped off by the (all-purifying) touch of His (divine) person, the heroes were transported with joy to gaze on His countenance bright with loving smiles. Bowing at the feet of Yudhisthira and Bhima (both of whom were senior to Him), and then hugging Arjuna (who was born on a day when the constellation Purvaphalguni was in the ascendant and was thus senior to the Lord only by eight days, the latter's advent being marked by the ascendancy of Rohini, but was nevertheless treated as His equal), He was (in His turn) saluted by Nakula and Sahadeva (the twin-born half-brothers of Yudhisthira, who were the youngest and junior to the Lord). Slowly approaching Sri Krsna, who was seated on an excellent seat, Krsna (Draupadi, so-called because she had a dark-brown complexion and thus bore affinity to the Lord in hue as well as in appellation), who had been newly wedded and (therefore) felt a little abashed, and was (absolutely) free from reproach (though espoused by all the five brothers), bowed low (to Him). Honoured and greeted in the same way by the sons of Prtha, Satyaki made Himself comfortable in his (own) seat. Treated with respect, others too sat in a circle near by. Having met and greeted His father's sister---Prtha, whose eyes were moistened through excessive love-and hugged by her (in turn) and questioned about (the welfare of) His kinsfolk, He (gave suitable replies to her and) made inquiries (in return) about her (own) health as well as about that of her daughter-in-law (Draupadi).