- Nov 14, 2008 Given below is the Dana Sasana Patram of Janamejaya. ..
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- Janamejaya and PuSyamitra. Ryutaro Tsuchida. In mahabhArata I, 2, 69, 233 are given the titles of two Supplements (Khilas) to the great epic.
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- 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.
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- King Janamejaya the son of King Parikshit was the king of the Kurus, ruling from Hastinapura.
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- Nov 14, 2008 Given below is the Dana Sasana Patram of Janamejaya.
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