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Chitrashikhandins are seven great sages (Sapta Maharshi) viz. Marichi, Atri, Angiras, Pulastya, Pulah, Kratu, and Vashishtha. It is described in Mahabharata, Shanti Parva (12.322.27). मरीचिरत्र्यङ्गिरसौ पुलस्त्यः पुलहः क्रतुः | वसिष्ठश्च महातेजा एते चित्रशिखण्डिनः ||२७|| marīcir atryaṅgirasau pulastyaḥ pulahaḥ kratuḥ / (27.1) vasiṣṭhaśca mahātejā ...


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The Arjun Vanvas Parva SECTION CCXVI tells us the story of how Arjun and Uloopi got married: One day that bull amongst the Pandavas, while residing in that region in the midst of those Brahmanas, descended (as usual) into the Ganges to perform his ablutions. After his ablutions had been over, and after he had offered oblations of water unto his deceased ...


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This chapter Vishnu Purana calls her Yogasiddha: The sister of Váchaspati, lovely and virtuous, Yogasiddhá, who pervades the whole world without being devoted to it, was the wife of Prabhása, the eighth of the Vasus, and bore to him the patriarch Viswakarmá, the author of a thousand arts, the mechanist of the gods, the fabricator of all ornaments, the ...


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Only Richa 4.17.4 from mentioned Richas in question is dedicated to Indra but there seems some translation issue. Here is the Richa in Sanskrit and it's word-to-word translation by Arya Sahitya Mandala: Richas 1.164.33 and 1.191.6 are no where related to Indra, even your source also doesn't say that they are dedicated to Indra. So they are not talking ...


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