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Parashara (IAST: Parāśara) was a maharishi and the author of many ancient Indian texts. He is accredited as the author of the first Purana, the Vishnu Purana, before his son Vyasa wrote it in its present form. He was the grandson of Vasishtha, the son of Śakti Maharṣi, and the father of Vyasa. There are several texts which give reference to Parashara as an author/speaker. Modern scholars believe that there were many individuals who used this name throughout time whereas others assert that the same Parashara taught these various texts and the time of writing them varied. The actual sage himself never wrote the texts, he was known as a traveling teacher, and the various texts attributed to him are given in reference to Parashara being the speaker to his student. He is the third member of the

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  • Parashara (IAST Parāśara). Sage védique (Rishi, auteur d’hymnes du Rig-Véda dédié à Agni, le dieu du feu. Dans le Mahabharata, il est le père de Vyasa.
  • Parashara (IAST: Parāśara) was a maharishi and the author of many ancient Indian texts. He is accredited as the author of the first Purana, the Vishnu Purana, before his son Vyasa wrote it in its present form. He was the grandson of Vasishtha, the son of Śakti Maharṣi, and the father of Vyasa. There are several texts which give reference to Parashara as an author/speaker. Modern scholars believe that there were many individuals who used this name throughout time whereas others assert that the same Parashara taught these various texts and the time of writing them varied. The actual sage himself never wrote the texts, he was known as a traveling teacher, and the various texts attributed to him are given in reference to Parashara being the speaker to his student. He is the third member of the
  • Parashará es el nombre de varios escritores de la India, especialmente de un mítico sabio hinduista. * parāśara, en el sistema AITS (alfabeto internacional de transliteración sánscrita). * पराशर, en escritura devánagari. Parashará era llamado Shakti-Purva (‘aquel cuyo antepasado era Shakti’) porque era hijo de Shakti Muni, quien era hijo del sabio Vásistha.Fue padre del sabio Viasa (el más importante del hinduismo).
  • Пара́шара (санскр. पराशर, Parāśara IAST «Разрушитель») — ведийский мудрец, который считается автором нескольких гимнов «Риг-веды». Парашара получил «Вишну-пурану» от Пуластьи и составил законники «Дхарма-шастры». От его союза с Сатьявати родился Вьяса, которому приписывается «разделение» Вед и авторство «Махабхараты». Парашара также считается автором базового трактата по индийской астрологии — «Брихат-парашара-хора-шастры». Согласно «Махабхарате», Парашара был сыном мудреца Шакти от его супруги Адришьянти и внуком одного из семи великих мудрецов Васиштхи. Парашара был прадедом Пандавов и Кауравов — обеих воюющих сторон в «Махабхарате».
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  • Parashara (IAST: Parāśara) was a maharishi and the author of many ancient Indian texts. He is accredited as the author of the first Purana, the Vishnu Purana, before his son Vyasa wrote it in its present form. He was the grandson of Vasishtha, the son of Śakti Maharṣi, and the father of Vyasa. There are several texts which give reference to Parashara as an author/speaker. Modern scholars believe that there were many individuals who used this name throughout time whereas others assert that the same Parashara taught these various texts and the time of writing them varied. The actual sage himself never wrote the texts, he was known as a traveling teacher, and the various texts attributed to him are given in reference to Parashara being the speaker to his student. He is the third member of the Ṛṣi Paramparā of the Advaita Guru Paramparā.
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