- For the community known as Prajapati, see Kumhar.
- MEANING: Oh Kardama PrajApati! Is it not so that Mahaa Lakshmi was adopted by you, who has control over our indhriyams (sensory faculty)?
- SrI Sooktham - ahobilavalli.org
- MEANING: Oh Kardama PrajApati!
- PURANAS AND INCARNATIONS
- That will afford me purifying enlightenment.” So, Suka said, “King! Devahuthi, the wife of Kardama.
- Chandi Sapthaham
- v Nails are from Vasu devata. v Nose from the power of Kubera(lord of wealth) v Teeth from the power of Kardama Prajapati . v 3 eyes from the brilliance of Agni.
- Vaisakh News Letter
- Apr 18, 2011 the Prajapatis. So, the one who is in charge of transformation of golden light into solid matter, that Prajapati is called Kardama.
- Kardama Prajapathi | RM.com ®
- Apr 18, 2011 Kardama Prajapathi articles, reference materials. Need more on Kardama Prajapathi?
- Sri.Hari Anna: QUIZ ON SRIMAD BHAGAVATHAM- AUGUST 2011
- Jul 31, 2011 1) Devahuthi served Kardama Prajapathi. Whom does Sri In this sloka Sri Suka says Kardama Prajapathi's wealth is his virtues.
- Indian Sages - Sage Bhrigu
- Kapila is the son of Kardama Prajapati and Devahuti.
- Sri Swamiji in Kardama Prajapati Ashrama
- Sri Swamiji in Karanja, the place of Kardama Prajapati Ashrama - 2nd March 2002 - 11 AM. Sri Swamiji visited Karanja on 2nd March at 11 AM.
- Daksha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Daksha is a Sanskrit word said to be a Prajapati or one of the Brahma's sons.
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