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Samudravijaya
Samudravijaya
was the father of Lord Neminatha
Neminatha
(twenty-second Tirthankara) and brother of Vasudeva
Vasudeva
(father of Krishna).[1] He was born to King Andhakavrishni of Harivamsa (dynasty) in Sauripura (Dvaraka) where he later ruled as a king.[2] He married princess Shivadevi.[3] Literature[edit] The Harivamsa Purana
Harivamsa Purana
of Acharya Jinasena
Jinasena
throws some light on the life of Samudravijaya.[citation needed] Notes[edit]

^ Shah 2004, p. 24. ^ Jain 2009, p. 88. ^ von Glasenapp 1999, p. 317.

References[edit]

Shah, Natubhai (2004), Jainism: The World of Conquerors, I, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, ISBN 978-81-208-1938-2  von Glasenapp, Helmuth (1 January 1999), Jainism: An Indian Religion of Salvation, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, ISBN 81-208-1376-6 

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