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"Angira Muni" | "Maharsi Angira" | Angira | "Sumantu Rsi" | "Sumantu Muni" | Sumantu
- Sumantu Muni Aṅgirā, Maharṣi Aṅgirā
- "was the leader of the followers of the Atharva Vedas."
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Pages in category "Angira"
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- After 4,300,000,000 solar years, when Brahma awoke to create again by the will of the Lord, all the rsis like Marici, Angira, Atri and so on were created from the transcendental body of the Lord, and I (Narada) also appeared along with them
- After giving up the body of a deer, Bharata Maharaja took birth in a very pure brahmana family. There was a brahmana who belonged to the dynasty of Angira. He was fully qualified with brahminical qualifications
- All these learned scholars (Angira Muni, Romaharsana etc.), in their turn, rendered their entrusted Vedas unto their many disciples, grand-disciples and great grand-disciples, and thus the respective branches of the followers of the Vedas came into being
- Angira Muni was the leader of the followers of the Atharva Vedas
- As Krttikadevi, after receiving the semen of Lord Siva from Agni, conceived a child named Skanda Karttikeya, Krtadyuti, having received semen from Citraketu, became pregnant after eating remnants of food from the yajna performed by Angira
- Lord Siva is well known to have received knowledge from Angira
- Lord Siva, because of affection for the son of his spiritual master (Angira), joined the side of Brhaspati and was accompanied by all the ghosts and hobgoblins
- Lord Siva, who was affectionate toward Brhaspati, joined Brhaspati. The father of Brhaspati was Angira, from whom Lord Siva had received knowledge. Therefore Lord Siva had some affection for Brhaspati and joined his side in this fight
- The demigod Vidyadhara continued to speak to Sri Krsna, "Because I was very proud of the exquisite beauty of my body," he said, "I derided the ugly features of the great sage Angira. He cursed me for my sin, and I became a snake"
- The nine principal rsis, or sages, are Marici, Atri, Angira, Pulastya, Pulaha, Kratu, Bhrgu, Vasistha and Atharva. All these rsis are most important, and Brahma desired that the nine daughters already born of Kardama Muni be handed over to them
- The remnants of the food offered in the yajna were given by the great sage Angira to the first and most perfect among Citraketu's millions of queens, whose name was Krtadyuti
- The Sumantu Muni Angira, who was very devotedly engaged, was entrusted with the Atharva Veda. And my (Suta Gosvami's) father, Romaharsana, was entrusted with the Puranas and historical record
- Where the hips might be on the sisumara are the seven saintly sages like Vasistha and Angira. The coiled body of the Sisumara-cakra turns toward its right side, on which the fourteen constellations from Abhijit to Punarvasu are located
- While traveling, I (Vidyadhara, the serpent) saw a great sage named Angira. He was very ugly, and because I was very proud of my beauty, I laughed at him. Due to this sinful act, I was condemned by the great sage to assume the form of a serpent