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Dyavaprthivi is a Sanskrit dvandva, or compound word, meaning "heaven and earth". The term occurs 65 times in the Rig Veda. Dyavaprthivi has mistakenly been labeled a Hindu god who later split into Dyaus, the Sky Father, and Prthivi, the Earth Mother.
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