Thursday, March 17, 2016

Sangaravi

Sangaravi (Sanskrit: संगरवि , Bengali: সংগরবি ) was a Brahmin (Brahmana) who lived around 640 CE in Jambusara near Bharuch in Gujarat. He was a Chaturvedi (knower of 4 Vedas), was of Kaushika Gotra and belonged to the Vajasaneya Vedic school.

His father was Maheshvara (Sanskrit: महेश्वर , Bengali: মহেশ্বর ).

In 640 CE, Samgaravi migrated from Jambusara near Bharuch in Gujarat to a village Navagramaka in Mandsaur in Western Malwa (western Madhya Pradesh). This is recorded in the 640 AD Nogawa Plates of Dharasena II Baladitya of the Maitrakas of Vallabhi who was a contemporary of Gurjara Dadda II and ruled in the Broach or Bharuch region of Gujarat.

Contemporaries

640 CE - Agnisvamin / अग्निस्वामिन्  / অগ্নিস্বামিন্
640 CE - Dhanapati / धनपति / ধনপতি
642 CE - Surya / सूर्य  / সূর্য়


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