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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 12.6.59
cakre vālāyanir bhajyaḥ
kāśāraś caiva tāḿ dadhuḥ
bāṣkaliḥ — Bāṣkali, the son of Bāṣkala; prati-śākhābhyaḥ — from all the different branches; vālakhilya-ākhya — entitled Vālakhilya; saḿhitām — the collection; cakre — he made; vālāyaniḥ — Vālāyani; bhajyaḥ — Bhajya; kāśāraḥ — Kāśāra; ca — and; eva — indeed; tām — that; dadhuḥ — they accepted.
Bāṣkali assembled the Vālakhilya-saḿhitā, a collection from all the branches of the Ṛg Veda. This collection was received by Vālāyani, Bhajya and Kāśāra.
According to Śrīla Śrīdhara Svāmī, Vālāyani, Bhajya and Kāśāra belonged to the Daitya community.
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