Maharshi Bhrigu was a Manasputra of Lord Brahma. Sages like Narada, Vasishtha, Atri, and Gautama were extra. It is believed that Bhrigu is one of the nine Brahmas. His wives were Usana, Puloma, a daughter of Kardama, and Khyati, a daughter of Daksha. Dhata and Vidhata, two sons, and a daughter named Shri were born to Khyati. Maharshi Bhrigu is also referred to as Prajapati, or creator, because Lord Brahma made him to help him make the universe. His daughter Sri (Lakshmi) married Shri Vishnu. Because she is the daughter of Bhrigu, she is referred to as Bhargavi (Bhargaveem, Bilva Nilayaam, Vararohaam, Yasaswineem, Vasundharaam, Udaaraaangaam, and Harineem). Hemamalineem, the Daridrya Mochana Stotram). Similar to Sukracharya, the Daityas' preceptor, Bhrigu also had a son named Kavi, Bhargava, and so on, who was born to Usana. We will try to learn more about these great sages in the future. Maharshi Bhrigu had participated in and led numerous Yagnas. Using his powers, he carried out the wishes of others to have sons. He spent the two months of Bhadrapada and Shravana in the chariot of the Sun God. When Usana was killed, both Devatas and her powers were released. Sage Bhrigu wished that Vishnu would be born on Earth, go through the cycles of birth and death, and suffer in the same way that we do. His abilities allowed him to revive his wife. Vishnu accepted the curse of the sage in the same way that He accepted the curse of Sage Durvasa. When the sage cursed Vishnu's fervent devotee Ambareesha, Vishnu stood invisibly between them and took the curse on Himself.
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In India, Nadii Jyotisa is called Nadi Astrology and is a form of Dharma astrology, which is followed throughout India in as many
diverse zones as the breadth of the Indian Peninsula will permit. About humans, in the old ages considered solely on faith,
the Dharma sages could predict the past, present, and future lives.