Dyutimāna

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By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Dyutimana, DyutimAna, Dyutimaana


  1. shining; luminous; resplendent
  2. majestic; heavenly
  3. the king of Madra who was the father of Vijayā and the father-in-law of the youngest Pāndava Sahadeva (M. Bh.); a sage of the clan of Bhŗgu (Vi. Pur.); a son of the Ikşvāku king Madirāśva and the father of King Suvīra (M. Bh.); a Śālva king who was the father of Ŗcika (M. Bh.); a ŗşi associated with the 9th Manu Dakşa Sāvarņi (Bg. Pur.); a son of the 1st Manu Svāyambhuva (Hv. Pur.).