The Persons (2)
|Narada||Muni in ancient India.|
|Ocean||Personification or animating deity of the ocean. In the ancient western civilisations called Neptun or Poseidon.|
|Pandavas||Royal family in India to the time of the Mahabharata War, ca. 3200 B.C.|
|Parvati||Hindu goddess. Wife of Shiva|
|Prahlad||Son of the demon king Hiranyakashipu.|
|Ragu||Another name for Rama, an avatar, one of the incarnations of Vishnu. Other names: Yaduraja, Yadunata, Ragupathi, Raghubir, Ramchandra, Hari.|
|Rai Banke Ji||One of the four Gurus established by Kabir in the Kali Yuga.|
|Ravana||King of (Sri) Lanka in the Treta Yuga.|
||Member of the household of Dharam Das.
|Sadaswat Parwant||Hindu god.|
|Sahte Ji||One of the four Gurus established by Kabir in the Kali Yuga.|
|Sanak||Also called Sanaka, one of the four sons of Brahma.|
|Savitri||Hindu goddess. Other names: Puhupavati, Kevda-Ketaki.|
|Shankadi||Person mentioned in the Anurag Sagar.|
|Shesh Nag||Primordial serpent figure.|
|Shiva||Third son of Kal and Adhya; the destroying aspect of the Hindu trinity. Other names: Mahesh, Shambu.|
|Son Kurma||Reflection of Kurma – the second Shabda – in the lower worlds.|
|Sukhdev||Figure known in India from tales. Other name: Sukhdev Muni.|
|Supach Sudarshan||Saint, who lived in Dwapar Yuga ca. 3200 B.C. and was liberated by Karunamai. At his request his parents also were liberated in the course of divers births.|
|Sudarshan’s parents||Mother Lakshmi (not to be confused with the Hindu goddess 'Lakshmi') – later names: Maheshwari, Udha, Nima, Amin.
Father Har, primarily Sukrit – later names: Kulpati, Chandan Sahu, Niru, Dharam Das.
|Taksari||Name for a person respectively a false path mentioned in the Anurag Sagar.|
|Van||King in ancient India.|
|Varah||Mythological boar in Hinduism; allegedly an incarnation of Vishnu.|
|Vashisht||Also called Vashishtha. Rishi in old India, Guru of Rama.
|Verachan||King in ancient India.|
|Vichitra Bhat and wife||Lived in the Treta Yuga and were liberated by Maninder.|
|Vishnu||Second son of Kal and Adhya; preserving aspect of the Hindu trinity.
|Vrishab||First husband of Gayatri as a result of her curse.|
|Yam Doot||Angel and messenger of Yama, also called angel of death.|
|Yudishtra||One of the Pandava brothers. King in India at the time of the Mahabharata War – ca. 3200 B.C.|