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Nov 14, 2008 Given below is the Dana Sasana Patram of Janamejaya. ..

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Janamejaya and PuSyamitra
Janamejaya and PuSyamitra. Ryutaro Tsuchida. In mahabhArata I, 2, 69, 233 are given the titles of two Supplements (Khilas) to the great epic.
Janamejaya's Last Question
Some Reflections on the Chronological Problems of the
Mahabharata: supplementary passages to Adiparvan The
Why indeed did King Janamejaya, at the end of the snake sacrifice, ask.
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Emperor Janamejaya, Parikshita's son ascended to told Janamejaya that to avenge himself on all. Nagas Janamejaya desists from completing the sacrifice .

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Janamejaya (Sanskrit: जनमेजय) was a Kuru king. He was the son of Parikshit and Madravati.
Janamejaya's Sarpa Yaga (Snake Sacrifice) - Stories from
King Janamejaya the son of King Parikshit was the king of the Kurus, ruling from Hastinapura.
Janamejaya's Dana Sasana Patram « Ancient Indians – Satya
Nov 14, 2008 Given below is the Dana Sasana Patram of Janamejaya.
The Devi Bhagavatam: The Second Book: Chapter 11
Janamejaya More - AncientVoice
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