The epic Mahabharatha is written by Sage Vyasa. In addition, the Vedas and Puranas, two great works, are his. He's referred to as the "Guru of Gurus." He is regarded as Lord Vishnu's incarnation, who in the Dwaparayuga ascended from heaven to spread Dharma and righteousness. He also had a lot of students, some of whom are well-known, including Umantu, Vaisampayana, Jaimini, and Paila. The sage Vyasa, according to a lot of people, is not just one person; rather, he is one of many saints who have come and gone whose primary responsibility is to establish dharma. Sage Vyasa's Birth: Sage Vyasa was born on an island on the Yamuna River to Sage Parashara and Satyavati Devi. He was given the name Krishna because he was born with a dark complexion. Dwaipayana was his name and he was born on an island. When Lord Vishnu uttered the word "Bhu," he was born as Sage Apantaratamas in his previous life. He possesses a number of mystical abilities.