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  • Ashwatthama is such a character from the Mahabharata period that is still alive today.

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Manu is a term found with various meanings in Hinduism. In early texts, it refers to the archetypal man, or to the first man .The Sanskrit term for 'human', मानव means 'of Manu' or 'children of Manu'. In later texts, Manu is the title or name of fourteen mystical Kshatriya rulers of earth, or alternatively as the head of mythical dynasties that begin with each cyclic kalpa (aeon) when the universe is born anew. The title of the text Manusmriti uses this term as a prefix, but refers to the first Manu – Svayambhuva, the spiritual son of Brahma.

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