Ananta

(from the article `Hinduism`) ...of the Brahmanas, Upanishads, and epics. According to one of many versions of the story of the origin of the universe, in the beginning the god ...
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Ananta

(from the article `Somadeva`) The court poet to King Ananta of Kashmir, Somadeva apparently was commissioned to compose a cycle of stories to amuse and calm the queen Sryamati ...
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Ananta

[infinite] Ananta is a Sanskrit term which means `endless` or `limitless`, also means `eternal` or `infinite`, in other words, it also means infinitude or an unending expansion or without limit. It is one of the many names of Lord Vishnu. Ananta is the Shesha-naga, the celestial snake, on which Lord Vishnu reclines. In the Mahabharata, Anan...
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