Devaśarmā

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By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Devasarma, DevaZarmA, Devasharmaa


  1. with the gods as refuge
  2. a muni who was the husband of Ruci and father of Vipula (M. Bh.); an arhat (J.S. Kośa); a minister of King Jayapīŕa of Kāśmīra (Rāj. Tr.).