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Ashwapati or Aśwapati (अश्वपति) is the appellation of many kings in Hindu mythology. It means 'Lord of horses.' It was an appellation comparable to that of the knight or Ritter in Europe.
- Dowson's Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology
- Buck's Ramayana
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