(Last Updated on : 25/09/2009)
Ribhu is one of the mind-born sons of Brahma
of the ninth or Kaumara creation.
Ribhu, being a son of the supreme Brahma was of a holy character and acquainted with true wisdom. Nidagha, the son of Pulastya, was his disciple, and to him Ribhu communicated perfect knowledge. The residence of Pulastya was at Viranagara, a large hand some city on the banks of the Devika River. Nidagha lived in a grove adjoining to the stream. Ribhu went to the city of Pulastya after one thousand years have passed to visit his disciple and fully explained to him the principles of unity departed. After the expiration of another thousand years Ribhu returned to his disciple and perfected him in divine knowledge.
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