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The na:ma’s from 188 (Suraanandaha) to 194 ( Suparnaha) refers to the ________ incarnation

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The na:ma’s from 188 (Suraanandaha) to 194 ( Suparnaha) refers to the Hamsa avataara. This avatara is mentioned in Srimad Bhagavatham – Lord assumes the form of Hamsa (swan) and clears the questions of Sage Sanaka. Sanaka the son of Brahma posed questions to Bramha: for which Brahma: requested help from Lord Narayana. The Lord took the form of the swan and explained the confidential knowledge of San:nkhya and ashta:nga yo:ga. He mentiond this incident to Uddhava

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