Kashyapa

Buddhist - A disciple of the Buddha. One of the 4 Bikshu. The third of the 7 manushibuddhas. He was originally an Indian Brahmin who converted to Buddhism. This hermit was Uruvilva Kashyapa. His two brothers, Gaya Kashyapa and Nadi Kashyapa converted to Buddhism at the same time. He maintained that the Buddha's death was the cause of an earthquake. The Buddha gave him his golden gown to hold in trust for the coming of the future Buddha, Maitreya. He was said to have lived for 20,000 years and is depicted as an old man holding a staff and a scroll. At times, known as Kashyapa, Kashiapa, Kashiapa, Kashyapa, Kashyapa, Kasyapa, Kasyapa, Kashyapa, Kashyapa, Maya Kasyapa, Mahakasyapa, Mahakasyapa, Kashyapa, Nadi Kashyapa, Nadi Kashyapa, Old Tortoise Man, Old Tortoise Man or Kashyapa.
Hindu - A sage, one of the Seven Rishis. Son of Marichi. Consort of Aditi, Ira, Kadru, Khasa, Krodha or Vinata. Earthly vegetation by Ina. Garuda by Vinata. The Adityas by Aditi. The Aswins by Diti. The Nagas by Kadru. The Pashishas by Kapisha. The Rakshashas by Khasa. The Yakshas by Khasa. Vamana by Aditi. He married thirteen daughters of Daksha and fathered on them all the creatures of the earth, including the Danavas, Daityas and a number of demons. In some accounts he was the father of the Kinnaras, Narada and Vivasvat. Others say he was the father of: earthly vegetation by Ina, Garuda by Vinata, the Adityas by Aditi, the Aswins by Diti, the Nagas by Kadru, the Pashishas by Kapisha, the Rakshashas by Khasa, the Yakshas by Khasa, Vamana by Aditi Occasionally called Kashyapa, Kashiapa, Kashiapa, Kashyapa, Kashyapa, Kasyapa, Kasyapa, Kashyapa, Kashyapa, Maya Kasyapa, Mahakasyapa, Mahakasyapa, Kashyapa, Nadi Kashyapa, Nadi Kashyapa, Old Tortoise Man, Old Tortoise Man or Kashyapa.

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