One of the branches of Yaduvaṁśa (Yaduvamsa; the genealogical line of Yadu) is Kukura. Punarvasu, belonging to this Kukuravaṁśa (Kukuravamsa), had a son and a daughter, namely, Āhuka(Ahuka) and Āhukī (Ahuki). Punarvasu probably passed away before the marriage of Āhukī. So it has been mentioned in the Purāṇas (Purana; Mythological Scriptures), that Ākuka got his younger sister Āhukī married to the king of Avantī (Avanti). But the name of that king, and their children’s names have not been mentioned in most of the Scriptures. Only a śloka(sloka; verse) in Vāyupurāṇa (Vayupurana) mentions that Āhuka got her siter married to one Āhukāndha (Ahukandha), and from the union of this Āhukāndha and Āhukī, Ugrasena and Devaka were born.
āhukaścāhukāndhyaya svasāraṁ tvāhukīṁ dadau
āhukāndhasya duhitā dvau putau samvabhuvatuḥ.
This reading of Vāyupurāṇa makes Ugrasena, mostly known as Āhuka’s son, his nephew instead. In comparison with the other Purāṇas, this version of Vāyupurāṇa appears to be unreliable.