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# unbroken or intact felly  
 
# unbroken or intact felly  
 
# smooth and uninterrupted journey  
 
# smooth and uninterrupted journey  
# a son of Vinatā and the father of Sumati (M. Bh.); a son of Kaśyapa (M. Bh.); a pseudonym adopted by Sahadeva in the Virāţa Kingdom (M. Bh.); the 22 Jaina Tirthamkaras of the present Avasarpinī (A. Koşa); the wife of King Sagara (V. Rām.); a prajāpati who was the husband of four of Dakşa’s daughters (Ś. Pur.); another name for Kŗşņa.       
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# [[a]] son of [[Vinatā]] and the father of Sumati (M. Bh.); a son of [[Kaśyapa]] (M. Bh.); a pseudonym adopted by [[Sahadeva]] in the Virāţa Kingdom (M. Bh.); the 22 Jaina Tirthamkaras of the present Avasarpinī (A. Koşa); the wife of King [[Sagara]] (V. Rām.); a [[prajāpati]] who was the husband of four of [[Dakşa]]’s daughters (Ś. Pur.); another name for Kŗşņ[[a]].       
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:43, 15 December 2016

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Arisţanemi, Arisţanemi, Arishţanemi


  1. unbroken or intact felly
  2. smooth and uninterrupted journey
  3. a son of Vinatā and the father of Sumati (M. Bh.); a son of Kaśyapa (M. Bh.); a pseudonym adopted by Sahadeva in the Virāţa Kingdom (M. Bh.); the 22 Jaina Tirthamkaras of the present Avasarpinī (A. Koşa); the wife of King Sagara (V. Rām.); a prajāpati who was the husband of four of Dakşa’s daughters (Ś. Pur.); another name for Kŗşņa.