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Who is Shuka Maharshi?

Last Updated: 7th May, 2021

Shuka. Shuka (also Shukadeva, Shukadeva, Suka, Sukadev, Śukadeva Gosvāmī) wasthe son of the sage Vyasa (credited as the organizer of the Vedasand Puranas) and the main narrator of the Bhagavata Purana. Most ofthe Bhagavata Purana consists of Shuka reciting the story tothe dying king Parikshit.

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Then, who is Sukha Maharshi?

Parashara (IAST: Parāśara) was amaharshi and the author of many ancient Indian texts. Theactual sage himself never wrote the texts; the various textsattributed to him are given in reference to Parashara being thespeaker to his student. He is the third member of the ??iParamparā of the Advaita Guru Paramparā.

Also, who is the father and mother of Veda Vyasa? Satyavati Mother Parashara Father

Regarding this, who is Parashara in Mahabharata?

One day while crossing the river he liked Satyavati andthey had a child known as Krishna-Dwipanayana, he was named sobecause of his dark skin and his birth took place on an island.Thanks for A2A, Sage Parashara is grandson of Sage vasistaand is son of Shakthi.

How was Ved Vyas born?

According to the Vishnu Purana, Vyasa was born inan island on Yamuna at Kalpi. According to the legends, in hisprevious life, Vyasa was the Sage Apantaratamas, who wasborn when Lord Vishnu uttered the syllable "Bhu". He was adevotee of Lord Vishnu.

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