Puloman[1, 2]

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  • Name Puloman  
    Gender Male 
    Association Indra (Relationship: Slain by) 
    Person ID I747  Hindu Puran Genealogy Tree
    Last Modified 14 Oct 2012 

    Father Kashyap 
    Mother Danu 
    Family ID F170  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. Sachi
    Last Modified 14 Oct 2012 
    Family ID F343  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources

    1. [S85]
      WIKI.Viprachitti, Wiki, (Wikipedia), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viprachitti.

      Viprachitti is a danava featured in Hindu literature, a son of Kashyapa and Danu.[1] According to the Mahabharata, he becomes the king of the Danavas after his brother Puloman was killed by Indra. Viprachitti marries Siṃhikā, who is the sister of Hiranyakashipu and a daughter of Diti.

      He has a son named Svarbhanu. His army is stated to have defeated the devas under the guidance of Svarbhanu.

      He and his 13 sons were later killed by Goddess Raktadantika, an incarnation of Kali.

      Incarnation

      Viprachitti later incarnates as Jarasandha in the Mahabharata.

      See also

      References

      1. A Classical Dictionary of India, p. 173


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    2. [S87]
      WIKI.Puloman, Wiki, (Wikipedia), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puloman.

      Puloman
      Affiliation Danavas
      Personal information
      Parents
      Children Shachi, the Paulomans[1]

      Puloman, also known as Puloma, is a figure in Hindu mythology. He is mentioned as one of the chiefs of the Danavas race, whose progenitors were the sage Kashyapa and his wife Danu.[2] Puloman was also the father of Shachi, the wife of the god Indra.[3]

      References

      1. The Upanishads. Penguin UK. 29 January 2004. ISBN 9780141938011.
      2. www.wisdomlib.org (17 January 2017). "Puloman: 10 definitions". www.wisdomlib.org. Retrieved 4 August 2022.
      3. Danielou, Alain (1 January 2017). The Myths and Gods of India: The Classic Work on Hindu Polytheism. Motilal Banarsidass. p. 287. ISBN 978-81-208-3638-9.


      This information is sourced from Wikipedia, the leading online open-content collaborative (crowd-sourced) encyclopedia. Wikipedia and/or TransLiteral Foundations can not guarantee the validaity of content above and can not be held responsible for inaccuracies or libelious information within. Please see Wikipedia General Disclaimer.






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