- forest and directed his son to follow him later. If both Rishyasringa and Vibhandaka are thus absolved from ridiculousness, whom does the poet aim at?
- WHAT MAKES LIFE HUMAN?
- In such a systematic manner did Vibhandaka bring up his son in the a floating hermitage and reached the river near Vibhandaka's hermitage.
- NO PROGENY FROM HIIS LOINS
- Vibhandaka and perform, with him as the High Priest, the sacred Yaga Vibhandaka, and to invite him to the imperial capital on such a mission.
- ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INDIAN MYTHS
- Vibhandaka, you will get retribution, he conceded. She was born as a deer. river, Sage Vibhandaka was bathing in the river too.
- Where time comes to a halt...
- A tall dhwajasthambha adorns the entrance which leads to the mukhamantapa and the sanctum. The soft-spoken priest in the temple narrates the legend of the temple. Mythology has it that this place was a dense jungle, where sage Vibhandaka penanced.
- Vibhandaka who was resplendent like Brahma, the Creator, lived with his son Rishyasringa could be brought from the hermitage of the sage Vibhandaka.
- Talesgrandmanevertold's Weblog
- Once there was a hermit by name Vibhandaka. He had a son by name Rishyashringa, who had two small deer horns on his head.
- MAHABHARAT ARANYA PARVA Third CHAPTER - www
- One day, Vibhandaka went to forest for fetching some fruits and firewood. Rushya Srunga remained in the Ashram.
- Sri Sringeri Sharada Petham
- Rishyashringa was the son of the great sage Vibhandaka. Sage Vibhandaka was originally from the region now known as the modern Bihar.
- KERE ANJANEYA TEMPLE, SRINGERI, KARNATAKA
- Sage Vibhandaka was on a ceaseless meditation, Devas got worried on the thejas he was acquiring.
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