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Lemuria Landmass North West Sri Lanka New Archeology Find

One would find a lot of anamolies in the landmass presently called as India.

Though there are more than twenty eight languages and over 3000 dialects, there is an undercurrent of cultural unity among the people of India.

You go to Kashmir, the current northern outpost,Kanyakumari,the southern tip of Indian peninsula,Gujrat in the West and Assam in East, you would find that the basic way of welcoming guests,

The respect for Sanskrit and Vedic traditions, though Sanskrit is not the mother tongue,

Conduct of festivals,ceremonies, both auspicious and inauspicious,

The way food is served, though the main ingredients might differ,

The respect elders are accorded to,

Worship in temples,though slight variation is noticed, the core is the same,

Pilgrimage to places spread over India.

There also seems to be a parallel culture in the landmass.

The Bhagavatha Purana speaks of the southern landmass.

The worship of Shiva seems to have preceded the Vedas in the South

And there is total agreement of the worship system in the South with the exception of Fire worship mentioned in the Vedas.

We have this Anamoly of Hanuman travelling hundred yojanas, approximately 800 KM’s in search of Sita in Sri Lanka,while the present Sri Lanka lies hardly 13 KM’s from where Hanuman left for SRI Lanka.

I have written on Lemuria and Kumarikandam in detail.

Also that it lay northwest of the present Australia.

And about its population.

All this based on Arechological finds and sea level changes near New Zealand.

In miles it is 7002.

One Kavatam is equivalent to 10 Miles and seven Hundred Kavatam is 7000 Miles .

Lemuria extended from North to South from Kanykumari to new Zealand, 7000 Miles!

From the East to West.

Lemuria size

Godavaya, Sri Lanka: 14 March 2009: Marine archaeologists have just discovered evidence of a large submerged landmass southeast of Sri Lanka. They believe it could be a legendary lost island closely linked to the culture and history of Sri Lankan people.

The discovery was made by a team of Dutch and Sri Lankan scientists based on satellite maps and underwater sample extractions from the deep sea. Preliminary data need to be verified by a deep sea submersible expedition during 2009 – 2010, according to a member of the research team who did not want to be identified.

The landmass is estimated to be between 450,000 and 475,000 square kilometres, which is about seven times the total land area of Sri Lanka.

“This could well be the long lost island of Irisiyawa, which is euphemistically mentioned in our chronicles and hinted at in the writings of Greek historians,” said Dr Godwin Samarawickrama, a maritime historian at the Indian Ocean Institute based in Melacca, Malaysia.

He added: “The existence of such an island has been speculated and talked in hush-hush terms among divers and archaeologists for decades. This is the Indian Ocean’s own version of Atlantis!”

Irisiyawa’s existence is first mentioned in the Sri Lankan chronicle of Culavamsa. Sinhalese Sandesa (message poem) writers in the 14th to 16th centuries often refer to the enormous psychological effect by sunken Irisiyawa on royal families, aristocracy and ordinary people. Some say the legacy of Irisiyawa has continued well into the twenty first century.

Other experts are more sceptical, and point out long-standing speculations about Kumari Kandam, a legendary sunken landmass said to have been located to the south of present-day Kanyakumari District at the southern tip of India. Some also call it Lemuria, a continent that existed in ancient times and sank beneath the ocean as a result of a geological, often cataclysmic, change. There is no scientific evidence to support these claims.

“Sri Lanka must quickly assert its historical and territorial claims over the newly discovered sunken island,” said Gajaba Vidyadheera, a senior lecturer in history at the University of Peradeniya. “If not, other countries and cultures can stake their own claims, leading to disputes and even international litigation.”

But the marine archaeology team who made the discovery advise caution. “We need much more evidence before even considering any claims, and historical and cultural speculation could only muddy the deep waters,” said a Dutch member of the team, none of who would make any statement on the record.

In recent years, much evidence has been found of maritime activity in and off the southern coast of Sri Lanka. In late 2008, an underwater search of the seas around Godavaya, Hambantota district, carried out by the Central Cultural Fund, revealed the wreck of a ship, possibly dating back to the 1st Century AD. If confirmed, this could be the oldest shipwreck in the Indian Ocean.

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Restored Poetic Venugopalaswamy Ancient Temple KRS Mysuru

India is a land of temples.

Tamil Nadu has about 33,000 temples under HRCE department of the Government.

In addition there are hundreds of temples which are yet to be noticed.

This is just in one state.

In all the states?

India has 29 States and seven Union Territories. all unified by One culture..

Along the banks of 1500 mile long Holy Ganges, thousands of sacred places! And along the 1500 mile long Himalayas every foot is considered sacred place. No need to mention about Badrinath, Kedarnath and Kailash.

Kanchipuram near Chennai alone has 108 temples. Madurai in Tamil Nadu has 50 temples.

800,000 Temples of India

In addition to this many temples have been consumed by the sea,like those in Dwarka,Poompuhar,which are dated over thirty thousand years.

And Muslim invaders have faxed thousands of temples while Christians have done their bit too.

In 2003,a temple emerged in the Krishna Raja Sagar backwaters.

Dated around 13th century,it is a poem in Architecture.

I had seen the writings on the walls of this temple.

The Kannada letters,Lipi,seem to be older than 13th Century.

I estimate it to be as old as Thanjavur Big Temple, Thanjavur.

The architectural design has Chola Style.

King Raja Raja Chola’s Father Sundaram Chola was married to the Daughter of Vaidhumbaraya,who belonged to the area high we now call as Karnataka.

The relationship of the ancient dynasties is intricate and it transcended the present political borders.

This Temple is dedicated to Vishnu as Venugopalaswamy,Krishna with the Flute.


This submerged temple was relocated by the Khodays Group with a lot of dedication and hard work,not to speak of the financial implications.

The temple has been relocated and is now what it was then.

There is no looks for public.

However looks is performed daily in the morning and evening.

The Idol is very beautiful and I am yet to see a better Idol of Lord Krishna.

Maintenance and security is by the Khodays Foundation and it is excellent.

Whatever sin the group might have accrued by selling Liquor,in my opinion,is wiped off by this single act.

This temple in KRS Backwaters may be reached from Bangalore from Pandavapura on the Bangalore Mysuru Highway,and from Mysuru from the check post towards Bangalore.

The temple is open between 9am and 7 pm.

The original temple complex was massive, with an area of around 50 acres (20 ha) 100 by 60 yards (91 m × 55 m).

The complex was a symmetrical building enclosed by two ‘prakaras’ and the outer gate (Mahadwara) had verandahs on both sides, flanked by the yagasala and the kitchen. This was enclosed by the second mahadwara, which led to the inner enclosure and was akin to the Somanathapura temple.

The temple had a garbhagriha (sanctum sanctorum), a vestibule, a middle hall and a mukhya mantapa (main hall). The cell opposite to the entrance had a figure of Kesava (Lord Krishna) and the south cell, containing the figure of Gopalakrishna, was a later addition.

When the KRS dam was conceived in 1909, the temple was condemned for submersion. By 1930, the entire erstwhile village of Kannambadi was completely buried underwater. However, the temple would resurface whenever the water levels in the reservoir dropped, typically during drought years. This was most evident around the year 2000.

For more than 70 years the temple lay underwater, when the Khoday Foundation under the guidance of liquor baron and philanthropist Mr. Sri Hari Khoday took up the task of relocating and restoring the temple. It was initially planned to shift the entire complex to Madhuvana Park in Mysore. However, protests from the villagers of Hosa Kannambadi convinced the foundation to shift it to a place near the rehabilitated village. The cost of the project was estimated to be around 2.5 crore.

The new site is about one km to the north of the original site; the backwaters would touch the outer walls of the temple if the water level of the KRS touched 124.80 ft, its maximum capacity. It is 9 km by road from Brindavan Gardens.

The in-house architects of the group had shot the original temple on video, taken over 16,000 photographs, and marked each and every slab used in the construction of the original temple. Each and every temple stone was removed and reconstructed at Hosa Kannambadi with trained artisans and sculptors, with half a dozen experts from Tamil Nadu also involved in the reconstruction.’

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ரத சப்தமி பீஷம அஷ்டமி மந்திரங்கள்

ரத சப்தமி மந்திரங்கள்.

தலையில் மூன்று எருக்கு இலைகளுடன(, தோ ளில் இரண்டு, பாதத்தில் இரண்டு) சிறிது அக் ஷ தை சேர்த்து ஸ்நானம் செய்யவும்.

“மொத்தம் ஏழு எருக்கு இலைகள்.

ஸ்னானம் செய்யும்போது சொல்ல வேண்டிய ஸ்லோகங்கள்.

1.ஸப்த ஸப்திப்ரியே ! தே3வி! ஸப்த லோகைக பூஜிதே!
ஸப்த ஜன்மார்ஜிதம் பாபம் ஹர ஸப்தமி ! ஸத்வரம்

2.யத்3 யத் கர்ம க்ருதம் பாபம் மயா ஸப்தஸு ஜன்மஸு
தன்மே ரோக3ம் ச கம் ச மாகரீ ஹந்து ஸப்தமீ

3.நௌமி ஸப்தமி ! தேவி ! த்வாம் ஸப்தலோகைக மாதரம்
ஸப்தா(அ)ர்க்க பத்ர ஸ்னானேன மம பாபம் வ்யபோஹய!

(1) ஏழுகுதிரைகள்பூட்டிய தேருடன்கூடிய ஸூர்யனின்ப்ரியமான தேவியே! ஏழு உலகங்காளாலும் பூஜிக்கப்படுபவளே! ஹேஸப்தமிதேவி! ஏழு ஜன்மங்களில் நான் ஸேகரித்துள்ள பாபங்களை விரைவாக அபஹரித்துக்கொள்.

(2) மகர(தை)மாத ஸப்தமியே!, என்னால் முன் ஏழு ஜன்மங்களிலும் செய்யப்பட்ட (1,முன்பிறவி,2,இந்த பிறவி, 3,மனது, 4,உடல், 5,வாக்கு, 6,அறிந்து செய்தது, 7,அறியாமல்செய்தது என) ஏழுவிதமான பாபங்களால்ஏற்படப்போகும் நோயிலிருந்தும், துன்பங்களிலிருந்தும் என்னை விடுவிப்பாயாக.

(3) ஹே ஸப்தமி தேவியே! ஏழுலகங்களுக்கும் தாயாரான உன்னை வணங்கு கிறேன். ஏழு எருக்க இலைகளால் நான் செய்யும் ஸ்னானத்தால் எனது பாபத்தை போக்கி அருள் புரிவாயாக.

இவ்வாறு ச்லோகம் சொல்லி ஸ்னானம் செய்து விட்டு வஸ்த்ரம் உடுத்திகொண்டு

ரதஸப்தமீ ஸ்நானாங்கம் அர்க்ய ப்ரதானம் கரிஷ்யே என்று ஸங்கல்பம் கூறிகொண்டு

ஸப்த ஸப்தி ரதா2ரூட4 ! ஸப்தலோக ப்ரகாக !
தி3வாகர ! க்3ருஹாணார்க்4யம் ஸப்தம்யாம் ஜ்யோதிஷாம் பதே !

தி3வாகராய நம: இத3மர்க்4யம், இதமர்க்4யம்,இதமர்க்4யம்,

ஏழுகுதிரை பூட்டிய தேரில் அமர்ந்திருப்பவரே ! ஏழு உலகங்களுக்கும் ஒளியளிப்பவரே ! ஹே திவாகர ! நக்ஷத்ரமண்டலங்களுக்குத்தலைவரே ! ரதஸப்தமியன்று என்னால் தரப்படும் இந்த அர்க்ய (ஜல)த்தை பெற்றுக் கொள்ளுங்கள்.

என்னும் மந்த்ரம் சொல்லி சுத்தமான தீர்த்தத்தால் ஸூர்யனுக்கு மூன்று முறை அர்க்யம் தர வேண்டும்.

மேலும் இன்று வைவஸ்வத மன்வாதி புண்யகாலமாகையால் பித்ருக்களுக்கு தர்ப்பணம் செய்பவர்கள் இன்று வைவஸ்வத மன்வாதி புண்யகாலே என்று கூறி முன்னோர்களுக்கு தர்ப்பணமும் செய்யவேண்டும்.

இன்று செய்யப்படும் தானங்கள் அளவற்ற பலனைத்தரும் .ஆகவே சக்திக்குத் தக்கவாறு ஏழைகளுக்கு தானங்களையும் செய்யலாம்.

பீஷ்மாஷ்டமீ Bheeshma Ashtamee Tharpana Mantra:

பீஷ்ம: என்றால் பயங்கரம் எனப்பொருள், யாரும் செய்ய இயலாததான தான் இறுதிவரை விவாஹமே செய்து கொள்ளமாட்டேன் என்று (தனது தந்தை ந்தனு மஹாராஜாவுக்காக) பயங்கரமான உறுதிமொழியை ஏற்றதால் தேவவிரதர் என்னும் இவருக்கு பீஷ்மர் என்னும் பெயர் ஏற்பட்டது,

சிறந்த தர்மாத்மாவும், சிறந்த வில்லாளியுமான பீஷ்மர் இறுதிவரை ப்ருஹ்மசாரியாகவே வாழ்ந்துகுருக்ஷேத்ரப்போரில் போரிட்டு , உத்தராயணம் (தை மாதம்) பிறந்தபிறகு அஷ்டமி திதியில் மோக்ஷத்தை அடைந்தார். இந்த நன்நாள் தான் பீஷ்மாஷ்டமீ.

மிகச்சிறந்த மஹாபுருஷரான பீஷ்மாசாரியருக்கு இவ்வுலகில் பிறந்த அனைவரும் இன்று ஜலத்தால் அர்க்யம் தரவேண்டும் என்கிறது சாஸ்த்ரம். ஆகவே விவாஹமானவர்கள், மற்றும் ப்ருஹ்மசாரிகள் ஆகிய அனைவரும் (தந்தையுள்ளவரும் கூட) இன்று காலை முறையாக ஸ்னானம் மற்றும் நித்யகர்மாக்களை முடித்துவிட்டு (காலை 6.30 முதல் 8.20 மணிக்குள்) பீஷ்மருக்கு கீழ்கண்டவாறு அர்க்யம் தர வேண்டும்.கிழக்கு நோக்கி அமர்ந்து கொண்டு

பீஷ்மாஷ்டமீ புண்யகாலே பீஷ்ம தர்பணம் கரிஷ்யே என ஸங்கல்பம் செய்து கொள்ளவும். பிறகு பூணூலை நிவீதியாக (மாலையாக)போட்டுக்கொண்டு, த்த ஜலத்தால் (எள்ளுகலக்காமல்) இரண்டு கைகள் நிறைய ஜலம் எடுத்துக்கொண்டு கீழ்கண்ட ச்லோகம் சொல்லி பீஷ்மருக்கு அர்க்கியம் தரவேண்டும்.

பீ4ஷ்ம: ந்தநவோ வீர: ஸத்யவாதீ3 ஜிதேந்திரிய:
ஆபி4 ரத்பி4 ரவாப்நோது புத்ர பௌத்ரோசிதாம் க்ரியாம் பீ4ஷ்மாய நம: இத3 மர்க்4யம்

சந்தனு மஹாராஜாவின் புதல்வரும், மிகச்சிறந்த வீரரும்,எப்பொழுதும் ஸத்யத்தையே பேசுபவரும், ஐந்து இந்த்ரியங்களையும் (புலன்களை) ஜயித்தவருமான பீஷ்மர்,இந்த அர்க்யஜலங்களால், புத்ரன் பௌத்ரன் (மகன் பேரன்)ஆகியவர்களால் முறைப்படி செய்யப்பட்ட ச்ராத்தம் தர்பணம் ஆகிய பித்ருகார்யங்களால் ஏற்படும் த்ருப்தியை அடையட்டும். (1)
வையாக்4ர பாத கோ3த்ராய ஸாங்க்ருத்ய ப்ரவராய ச
அபுத்ராய த3தா3ம்யர்க்4யம் ஸலிலம் பீ4ஷ்மவர்மணே பீ4ஷ்மாய நம: இத3மர்க்4யம்

வ்யாக்ரபாத மஹர்ஷியின் குலத்தில் பிறந்தவரும், ஸங்க்ருதி மஹர்ஷியின் வழி வந்தவரும், (தந்தைக்காக விவாஹமே செய்துகொள்ளாமல் இருந்ததால்) புத்ரனில்லாதவருமான,பீஷ்ம வர்ம மஹாராஜாவுக்கு இந்த அர்க்ய ஜலத்தைத் தருகிறேன்.2)

3ங்காபுத்ராய ந்தாய ந்தநோ: ஆத்மஜாய ச
அபுத்ராய த3தா3ம்யர்க்4யம் ஸலிலம் பீ4ஷ்ம வர்மணே
பீ4ஷ்மாய நம: இத3மர்க்4யம், அநேன அர்க்4ய ப்ரதா3னேன பீ4ஷ்ம:ப்ரீயதாம்

கங்காதேவியின் புதல்வரும், சாந்த வடிவானவரும், ஸந்தனுமஹாராஜாவின் தவப்புதல்வரும், அபுத்ரருமான பீஷ்மாசார்யருக்கு இந்த தூய ஜலத்தால் அர்க்யத்தை ஸமர்பிக்கிறேன், என்னால் தரப்பட்ட இந்த மூன்று அர்க்ய ஜலத்தால் பீஷ்ம மஹாராஜா த்ருப்தியை அடையட்டும். (3)

இவ்வாறு முறையாக பீஷ்மருக்கு அர்க்யம் தருவதால் பீஷ்மாசார்யரின் அருளால் அனைத்து நோயும் விலகி நீண்ட ஆயுளும், ஆரோக்யமும், நல்ல ஸந்ததியும், ஸத்யத்தில் பிடிப்பும் ஏற்படும் என்கிறது சாஸ்த்ரம், ஆகவே இந்த நன்நாளில் நாமும் பீஷ்மரை மனதால் நினைத்து அவருக்குஅர்க்யம் தந்து நன்மையடைவோம்.

Meaning Of Asrama Hinduism Four Stages of Life

One goes through Life.

IT is a dynamic process, where the environment changes, relationships are acquired, lost, brushed aside, wealth earned lost and retrieved.

One is after something and after acquiring it he loses interest in it, be it things people or relationships.

Man hopes, despairs and hopes.

Values change, both individually and at the social level constantly.

Though born alone and shall depart alone, one acquires Name, Fame and Relationships,

Only to Go alone, finally.

In the process, one changes and his position undergoes change.

If one were to classify these changes broadly to accommadate people of all Races, Religions, Faiths, Economic and social status, one can suggest ways to realize the Reality or God.

For realization is by the Individual and hence it depends on his Dispositions, Varna Character.

Your disposition towards things change as your Station or position in your changes.

No one remains the same from Birth to Death.

IT is the Universal Law.


If you do not change, you perish.

IT is Survival of the fittest and adaptation to circumstances and environment.

As one’s attitude to things and people change with changing circumstances, one has to take into account this while suggesting means to realize Self, Really or God.

Hinduism classifies Stages, Stations of one’s Life.

Irrespective of one’s Race color, Religion, Economic Status, one has to go through the following stages.

Brahmachari a, the Celibate State, Stage,

Gruhastha, Married Stage,

Vanaprastha, Retired Life and

Sanyasa, The Stage of Renunciation.

These are the four stages of Man.

Each stage has its specialities.

Accordingly each stage has been prescribed a method for Realization og Self, God.

These stages are called Asrama.

Asrama means a place one takes refuge in.

IT also means Station.

That is a status or stage in one’s Life.

This is the meaning of the term Asrama used in Hindu texts, including the Vedas, Bhagavad Gita.

This is the term used along with Varna as Varnasrama Dharma.

While Varna addresses Dispositions of individuals in general, Asrama denotes the stage at which the individual finds himself in Life.

Safe Sturdy Stylish Savvy Hexa Car

Tata Motors have soft launched their latest Passenger vechicle ,Hexa during the last week of December 2016.

The launch was through an event between 23 and 25 December.

As an Invitee representing Indiblogger,the Indian Blogging community, I attended the event at White Orchids,adjacent to Manyata Business Park,Nagvara,Bangalore on 24 December.

If one were to look at the car once wishes to buy in terms of safety,style,comfort and performance,the Hexa fits the bill.

Sturdy to look at without being monstrous or ugly,the Hexa has an important feature that allows one the luxury of not closing the eyes while the car is climbing up or swerves.

The Hexa drives uphill with least distance clearence ,effortlessly with excellent road grip.

The car goes up upto  31 degrees inclination with least discomfort.
As the car swerves one does not feel the strain for the Hexa moves at angle of 40 degrees.

And there is good road grip.

As a layman not versed in car mechanics or skills in driving, I can assert that one does not get jittery during these manevoures.

And these manevoures are common on Indian roads.

Well,  I get jittery, my son and son in law tell me not to close my eyes,especially when I sit in the front seat.

The legroom and head clearance in the car is quite comfortable and one need not twist and turn to be seated.

Seven seats ensure a family can travel in comfort.

Another area while traveling in car is the worry of potholes and stagnant water.

With a clearence of 400 units against a normal 220, the Hexa does not get bogged down by slush.

And the pothole shocks are barely noticed.

For the comfort seekers,the interior is rich without being gaudy.

With options of 4 to 10speakers,Tweeters,subwoffer,the music lovers can enjoy.

And phone facility.

For the driver, one has  optional Driver Information System(DIS).

Fiur Driving Modes,

Auto,Comfort,Dynamic and Rough Road.

Reversing sensors ensure smooth reversing.

And it is Diesel powered.

Mileage is said to be around 14 km per liter in city and 17.6 in Highways.


Expected date of launch, Mid January 2017.

Tata Hexa Specifications

Length x Width x Height 4788 x 1903 x 1791 mm
Kerb Weight -NA-
Wheel Type and Size 19 inch alloys
Ground Clearance 200 mm
Engine Type/ Displacement 2.2 litre Varicor Diesel / Varicor 400 Diesel
Power 150 PS/156 PS
Torque 320 Nm/400 Nm
Transmission (Gearbox) 5 Speed Manual/ 6 speed Manual and 6 speed Auto
Mileage 12-15 KMPL (estimated)
Four Wheel Drive Yes
Air Conditioner Type Automatic Climate Control
Power Windows Yes (4)
Central Locking Yes
Steering Audio Controls Yes
Audio System Yes (Touchscreen)
Airbags Yes (6)

Seen above are the official Tata Hexa specifications. The engine in the Tata Hexa is the familiar 2.2 litre VARICOR 320 and VARICOR 400 diesel motors. The more powerful motor produces 154 bhp and 400 Nm torque. These engines also power the Tata Safari Storme. The top models of Hexa will be available with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. A torque on demand four-wheel drive system will be available on the top-end variant.


Guesstimate of price.

Tata Hexa Price in India

Tata Hexa XE 4×2 MT Rs 11.99 Lakh
Tata Hexa XM 4×2 MT Rs 14.43 Lakh
Tata Hexa XT 4×2 MT Rs 16.70 Lakh
Tata Hexa XT 4×4 MT Rs 17.70 Lakh
Tata Hexa XMA 4×2 AT Rs 16.45 Lakh
Tata Hexa XMA 4×4 AT Rs 17.50 Lakh
Tata Hexa XTA 4×2 AT Rs 17.75 Lakh


For more, visit the first link or you may download Tata Hexa mobile application at Google play.


Twenty Four Rishis Of Gayatri One For Each Syllable

 I have written on the Gayatri Mantra, the most sacred of the Mantras of Hindus, quite a few articles,

Gayatri Mantra.jpg
The Gayatri Mantra.

its efficacy in realizing The Reality and its effect in warding off evil and its power to sharpen the Intellect and bestowing Prosperity.

I have also written about the number of letters in the Gayatri Mantra.

Based on Intonation the Gayatri Mantra has Twenty our letters

Now, who are the Rishis of the Gayatri Mantra and the Chief Rishi who released the Gayatri Mantra?

The Rishi who revealed the Gayatri Mantra is Sage Visvamitra.

The Rishis, according the Nyasa we recite for the Gaytri are seven in number..

They are,






Kasyapa and


But the Devi  Bhagvatham states there are twenty our Rishis

The Risis, in due order, are

(1) Vâma Deva,

(2) Attri,

(3) Vas’istha

,(4) S’ukra,

(5) Kanva,

(6) Parâs’ara,

(7)  Vis’vamitra,

(8) Kapila,

(9) S’aunaka,

(10) Yâjñavalkya,

(11) Bharadvâja,

(12) Jamadagni,

(13) Gautama,

(14) Mudgala,

(15) Vedavyâsa,

(16) Lomas’a,

(17) Agastya,

(18) Kaus’ika,

(19) Vatsya,

(20) Pulastya,

(21) Mânduka,

(22)  Durvâsâ,

(23) Nârada and

(24) Kas’yapa.

( 12th Book,Chapter I, Slokas 1 to 7)

It may be noted that one Rishi seems to have been assigned to One tone(for one syllable)

And Agastya seem to find a place a well.

There is Kausika, apart from Viswamitra.

Viswamitra was known as Kausika when he was a King.

I am checking on this Kausika as I feel he is another Rishi.

Reference and citation.

 Devi Bhagavtham

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