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In the Vishnu Purana
, Mandukeya or Manduka is mentioned as a Teacher of Rig Veda and the son of Indrapramati.
Mandukeya or Manduka is said to be the receivers of a branch of the Rig Veda, that is Sanhita from Indra and distribute it through successive generations as well as his followers.
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