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Chitraratha is a king of the celestial choristers.
Chitraratha is also the name of the son of Rushadru. He was also the father of Sasavinda, who was lord of the fourteen great gems.
There was another Chitraratha, who was the son of the Dharmaratha, who drank the Soma juice along with Indra.
In the Vishnu Purana, there is reference of the fourth Chitraratha, who is said to be the son of Ushna, a descendant of Parikshit.
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