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La historia de Vishuámitra se narra en el Bala Kanda —el capítulo sobre la infancia (del rey dios [[Rāma]])— del [[Valmiki Ramayana]].
El ''[[Majábharata]]'' agrega la relación de Vishuámitra con Menaka, con la que tuvo una hija, [[ShakuntalaSakuntalá|Shakuntalá]], cuya historia se narra en el Adi Parva del ''Majábharata''.
<!--Vishvamitra was a king in ancient India, also called Kaushika ("the descendant of Kusha"). He was a valiant warrior and the great-grandson of a great king named Kusha. The Valmiki Ramayana, prose 51 of Bala Kanda, starts the legend of Vishvamitra thus, "There was a king named Kusha, a brainchild of Prjaapati, and Kusha's son was the powerful and verily righteous Kushanaabha. One who is highly renowned by the name Gaadhi was the son of Kushanaabha, and Gaadhi's son is this great-saint of great resplendence, Vishvamitra. Vishvamitra ruled the earth, and this great-resplendent king ruled the kingdom for many thousands of years."
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