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  • Maharishi Vishwamitra

    Viswamitra is the author of the Gayatri Mantram. Before being a sage, Vishwamitra was a king of lunar dynasty. His name was Kausika which means ‘of the river Kausi’. A Life changing event occured in his life and he became Rishi. One day, the king found an Asram in the forest during hunting. Asram was […]

  • Maharishi Bhardawaj

    Among Vedic Rishis, Bhardawaja Rishi lived through three lives, at the end of which he became immortal and ascended to the heavenly world, to union with the sun. Rishi Bharadawaj’s father was Guru Brahaspati and mother was Mamta. Lord Sri Rama had gone to his Asharam during ‘Forest life’. Rishi Bharadawaj’s hymns were collected in […]

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    Maharishi Atri

    Sage Atri is considered to be one of the great discoverers of sacred Mantras of Vedas. Atri is the seer of the fifth maṇḍala of the Rigveda. Sage Atri is the first among the Sapta Rishi. He is the religious son of Lord Brahma and was created to help Lord Brahma in the act of […]

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    Maharishi Vasistha

    Maharishi Vasistha was Ram’s guru and the Rajpurohit of “Ikshawaku” dynasty. He had established Gurukula on the banks of river “Saraswati”, where he and his wife Arundhati were taking care of thousands of students. Vasistha had complete knowledge of the cosmos and the God. Many of his Shlokas are found in Vedas. He wrote “Vasistha […]

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    Ved Vyasa

    Ved-Vyasa was one of the important ancient Indian historians, astronomers and philosophers. The Sanskrit word Vyasa means split, differentiate, or describe; it also means editor. The sage classified the primordial single Veda into four. Hence he was called Veda Vyasa, or “Splitter of the Vedas.” It is revealed in the ancient history that different Rishis […]