Bharata

Hindu - Son of Dasa-ratha and Kaikeyi. Half brother of Lakshmana, Rama and Shatrughna. Husband of Madavi. Another son of Dasa-ratha by Kausalya was Rama, the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. Rama should have inherited Dasa-ratha's throne, but Kaikeyi made the king leave it to Bharata and exile Rama for fourteen years. Bharata refused the throne but acted as regent while Rama was in exile. Also called Bharata, Barat, Barat, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharatha, Bharatha, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharati or Bharati.
Hindu - The realm fought over by the Kaurava and Pandava families. Also commonly identified as Bharata, Barat, Barat, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharatha, Bharatha, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharati or Bharati.
Hindu - An early king of Bharata. Occasionally called Bharata, Barat, Barat, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharatha, Bharatha, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharati or Bharati.
Hindu - An ancestor of the Kauravas and Pandavas. Son of Dushyanta and Shakuntala. Also referred to as Bharata, Barat, Barat, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharatha, Bharatha, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharati or Bharati.
Hindu - A hermit. He saved a faun from drowning and allowed his fondness for the animal to interrupt his devotion to god. As punishment, he was born as a deer in his next incarnation. In some accounts, called Bharata, Barat, Barat, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharatha, Bharatha, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharati or Bharati.
Jain - Son of Rishaba. Brother of Gommatesvara. He fought his brother for supremacy and lost but was handed the kingdom by Gommatesvara, who went into the forest to do penance. Bharata erected a huge statue to commemorate his brother's feat of standing for one whole year while plants grew over him. On occassion, called Bharata, Barat, Barat, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharatha, Bharatha, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharata, Bharati or Bharati.

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