Definition of Bhumi devi
1. Noun. Hindu earth goddess; one of the two wives of Vishnu.
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Literary usage of Bhumi devi
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1. A Catalogue Raisonnée [sic] of Oriental Manuscripts in the Library of the by William Taylor (1857)
"Praise of Krishna by 108 names : said to have been given to bhumi devi (the earth goddess) by Adi seshan (the old serpent.) 6. ..."
2. Supplement to a Classical Dictionary of India, Illustrative of the Mythology by John Garrett (1873)
"In a Kanara account of his life called the Divya charitra, he is said to have been the son of Srf Kesava Acharya and bhumi devi; and, as before, ..."
3. Faiths of Man: A Cyclopædia of Religions by James George Roche Forlong (1906)
"According to the Kanara account of his life (Divya Charitra), he was the son of Sri- kesava Acharya and of Bhumi-devI (" the earth godess"), ..."