Dyutimat was the king of Krauncha Dwipa, where the inhabitants resided without apprehension, associating with the bands of divinities. The king had a son named Rajavat.
Legend of Dyutimat
Dyutimat is one of the ten sons of Priyavrata. The three brothers of Dyutimat adopted a religious life. King Priyavrata having divided the earth into seven continents and gave them respectively to his other seven sons. They are as follows:
Puranic Shaivism Puranic Shaivism established during the Gupta Dynasty. This puranic religion developed and expanded, and was accompanied by the development of Brahmanical forms of worship. The stories of the Puranas spread rapidly through the singers and narrators.
Islam Pilgrimage Centres Islam Pilgrimage Centres in India are thronged with huge number of devotees every year. Since, Islam is the second largest religion of India; there are many Islamic Pilgrimage Centres in India too.
Christian pilgrimage centres Christian Pilgrimage Centres are the several ancient churches that are located all over India, particularly in South India. They are famous for their exceptional architectural designs. Most of them depict a fusion of British and European architecture.
Swami Shivananda Swami Shivananda was a monastic disciple of Sri Ramakrishna. He went to Varanasi to start the Advaita Ashrama using the donation by Raja of Bhinga to Vivekananda. He remained there as Head of the Ashram for 7 years.
Lord Subrahmanya Lord Subrahmanya Swamy is considered to be the universal lord who blesses human beings and helps them to get rid of their sins. He is also known as Lord Kartikeya or Lord Muruga, who is worshipped in Subramanya Shashti. It is held on the sixth day of the Tamil month of Aippasi.