- Asiknī, Pāñcajanī
Pages in category "Asikni"
The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total.
- Impelled by the illusory energy of Lord Visnu, Prajapati Daksa begot ten thousand sons in the womb of Pancajani (Asikni). My dear King (Pariksit), these sons were called the Haryasvas
- Influenced by the external energy of Lord Visnu, Prajapati Daksa begot ten thousand sons in the womb of his wife, Pancajani. These sons, who were all of the same character and mentality, were known as the Haryasvas
- Prajapati Daksa begot one thousand more sons, known as the Savalasvas, in the womb of his wife Pancajani
- Prajapati Daksa begot sixty daughters in the womb of his wife Asikni. These daughters were given in charity to various persons to increase the population
- Prajapati Daksa begot ten thousand sons, called the Haryasvas, in the womb of Pancajani (Asikni)
- Prajapati Daksa, who was very sad at the loss of his sons (the Haryasvas), begot one thousand more sons in the womb of his wife, Pancajani, and ordered them to increase progeny
- The Lord offered him (Daksa) the daughter of Pancajana named Asikni, who was suitable for Maharaja Daksa to enjoy in sex. Indeed, Daksa received his name because he was very expert in sex life. After awarding this benediction, Lord Visnu disappeared
- These are other great rivers that are very prominent: Rodhasvati, Saptavati, Susoma, Satadru, Candrabhaga, Marudvrdha, Vitasta, Asikni and Visva. The inhabitants of Bharata-varsa are purified because they always remember these rivers