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yayātim. (prob. fr. yat-) Name of a celebrated monarch of the lunar race (son of king nahuṣa- whom he succeeded;from his two wives came the two lines of the lunar race, yadu- being the son of devayānī-, daughter of uśanas- or śukra-, and puru- of śarmiṣṭhā-, daughter of vṛṣa-parvan-; yayāti- nāhuṣa- is also represented as the author of )
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yayāti m. [Striver: √ yat], N. of an ancient patriarch, son of Nahusha.
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yayāti Is mentioned twice in the Rigveda, once as an ancient sacrificer, and once as Nahuṣya, ‘descendant of Nahuça,’ apparently a king. There is no trace whatever of his connexion with Pūru, as in the Epic, the tradition of which must be deemed to be inaccurate.
yayāti Is mentioned twice in the Rigveda, once as an ancient sacrificer, and once as Nahuṣya, ‘descendant of Nahuṣa,’ apparently a king. There is no trace whatever of his connexion with Pūru, as in the Epic, the tradition of which must be deemed to be inaccurate.
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yayāti viśvā duritā tarema RV.8.42.3c; TS.1.2.2.2c; MS.1.2.2c: 11.2; KS.2.3c; AB.1.13.29.
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yayāti by the ancient King YayātiSB 10.45.13
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yayāti noun (masculine) name of a celebrated monarch of the lunar race (Monier-Williams, Sir M. (1988))

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