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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Sapta-Rishis of India

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India is the land of great Rishis and Yogis. The Sanskrit word Rishi means-one who has attained divine knowledge through a higher state of Consciousness. The Vedic Rishis were composers…

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