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# daughter of the sage [[Atri]] and the wife of Ańgiras the son of [[Agni]] who became the river Paruşņī (Brd. Pur.); wife of Ūru the son of Manu and the mother of the Ŗşis Kratu and Ańgiras (A. Pur.).   
  
 
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Revision as of 06:44, 26 March 2011

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Atreya, Atreya, AAtreya


  1. receptacle of glory
  2. who presides over or crosses the three worlds
  3. a sage who had the power to journey across planets (Brd. Pur.). (fem: ātreyī):
  4. a woman who has experienced her menstrual cycles
  5. daughter of the sage Atri and the wife of Ańgiras the son of Agni who became the river Paruşņī (Brd. Pur.); wife of Ūru the son of Manu and the mother of the Ŗşis Kratu and Ańgiras (A. Pur.).