Vatula

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Vātula (Sanskrit: वातुल) is a Sanskrit word that has several meanings including "enlightened, lashed by the wind to the point of losing one's sanity, god's madcap, detached from the world, and seeker of truth.[1]"

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The three main rishis of Vatula Gotram are Bhargava, Vaitahavya and Saavedasa. Bhargava refers to the lineage of Bhrigu Maharishi, the foster father of Lakshmi worshipped as Bhargavi.

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