Shakuntala is a prominent figure in Hindu mythology, featured in the ancient Indian epic, the Mahabharata. She is known for her beauty and her captivating love story with King Dushyanta. Raised in a hermitage by the sage Kanva, Shakuntala’s life takes a turn when she meets Dushyanta while he’s on a hunting expedition. They fall deeply in love and exchange vows of commitment. However, circumstances separate them, leading to a series of trials. Their tale involves the famous ring lost in water, causing temporary amnesia, but eventually, the couple reunites and their son Bharata becomes a pivotal figure in Indian history, lending his name to the nation.