Bhargava (भार्गव) was a King of the period of Mahabharata.
Jat Gotras from Bhargava
Aswamedha Parva, Mahabharata/Book 14 Chapter 8 mentions that there is a peak named Munjaban on the summits of the Himalaya mountains, where the adorable Lord of Uma (Mahadeva) is constantly engaged in austere devotional exercises. On all sides of that mountain, there exist mines of gold. The attendants of Kuvera protect these mines of gold from intruders. The names include Bhargava.
- सरुव हस्ताय पतये धन्विने भार्गवाय च
- अजाय कृष्ण नेत्राय विरूपाक्षाय चैव ह Mahabharata (14.8.20)
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