Kaushika Nadi Astrology Online
In the past of India, Vishvamitra was a King who was also known as Kaushika also known as “descendant of Kusha.” Vishvamitra was the grand-son of a king who was great named Kusha and was a courageous warrior. The prose of Bala Kanda’s 51 from the Valmiki Ramayana begins with Vishvamitra’s tale. The strong and truly righteous Kushanabha was the child of Kusha the king who was the creation of Prajapati. Gaadhi known as a famous person was Kushanabha’s son and Vishvamitra is a saint of immense splendor is the child of Gaadhi. The world was ruled by Vishvamitra the powerful king who controlled the kingdom for hundreds of years. The story of Vishvamitra is also told in a variety of Puranas however, they are different from the Ramayana. His birth story of Vishvamitra is told within Mahabharatha’s Vishnu Purana as well as Harivamsha Chapter 27 (about the Amaavasu dynasty). Kushika was, as described in the Vishnu Purana was an unnamed daughter Satyavati and an infant child known as Gaadhi when he got married to an actress of the Purukutsa dynasty (later called the Shatamarshana lineage, descendents from the Ikshvaku King Trasadasyu). One of his trips that he led, he and his troops were stopped to rest in the Ashram of Ri The whole army was fed and looked after. The king was puzzled at how an tiny ashram managed the requirements of feeding a whole army. Vasistha told his sage about how amazed at his own surprise. Vasistha replied, “O king, my calf Nandini (sometimes referred to as Sabala), who was gifted to me by Indra, has provided this feast that you have participated in with your kinsmen.” It is important to know her mother is Kamadhenu Indra’s cow.