Ajamīdha

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By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Ajamidha, AjamIdha, Ajamidha


  1. sacrificer of goats.
  2. devotee of the Supreme.
  3. a king of the Purū dynasty who was the son of Hasti, the husband of Dhūminī, Nīlī, and Keśinī and the father of Ŗkşa, Duşyanta, Jahnu, Praja and Rūpiņa (M. Bh.); another lunar dynasty king who was the husband of Sudevā and the father of Sańvaraņa (M. Bh.); another name for Dhŗtarāşţra and Yudhişţhira (M. Bh.).