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# delighting in the gods; attached to or beloved by the gods  
 
# delighting in the gods; attached to or beloved by the gods  
# another name for king Śunahśepa of Mithilā (Ai. Br.); the king who was the son of Suketu (V. Rām.); the father of the ŗşi Yājñavalka (Bg. Pur.).   
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# another name for king Śunahśepa of [[Mithilā]] (Ai. Br.); the king who was the son of Suketu (V. Rām.); the father of the ŗşi Yājñavalka (Bg. Pur.).   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:51, 16 December 2016

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Devarata, DevarAta, Devaraata


  1. delighting in the gods; attached to or beloved by the gods
  2. another name for king Śunahśepa of Mithilā (Ai. Br.); the king who was the son of Suketu (V. Rām.); the father of the ŗşi Yājñavalka (Bg. Pur.).