Aniruddha

Aniruddha (अनिरुद्ध), meaning `uncontrolled`, `unrestrained` or `without obstacles`, was the son of Pradyumna and the grandson of Krishna. He is said to have been very much like his grandfather, to the extent that he may be a jana avatar, avatar of Vishnu. The four important Vishnu extensions are Vasudeva, Sankarsana, Pradyum...
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Aniruddha

(from the article `Indian philosophy`) ...and the Tattva-kaumud by Vcaspati (9th century). The Skhya-stras are a much later work (c. 14th century) on which Aniruddha (15th century) wrote a ...and strength predominate (known as Sakarana); the form in which wealth and courage predominate (known as Pradyumna); and the form in which power ... ...
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