Vyasa

Krishna Dwaipayana VyasaVeda VyasaVedavyasaVyasVed VyasaVyasadevaVyāsaVed VyasVeda VyāsaMaharishi Vyasa
Vyasa (व्यास, literally "Compiler") is the legendary author of the Mahabharata, Vedas and Puranas, some of the most important works in the Hindu tradition.wikipedia
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Parashara

ParasaraParāśaraParashara Maharishi
He was the son of Satyavati, adopted daughter of the fisherman Dusharaj and the wandering sage Parashara, who is credited with being the author of the first Purana, Vishnu Purana). Sage Parashara was the father of Vyasa and the grandson of Sage Vashistha.
He is accredited as the author of the first Purana, the Vishnu Purana, before his son Vyasa wrote it in its present form.

Satyavati

MatsyagandhaSathyavathiSatyavatī
He was the son of Satyavati, adopted daughter of the fisherman Dusharaj and the wandering sage Parashara, who is credited with being the author of the first Purana, Vishnu Purana).
She is also the mother of the seer Vyasa, author of the epic.

Vishnu

Lord VishnuViṣṇuVisnu
It is said that he was the expansion of the God Vishnu who came in Dwaparayuga to make all the Vedic knowledge available in written form which was available in spoken form at that time.

Guru Purnima

Guru PurnimāGuru PoornimaGuru Pournima
The festival of Guru Purnima is dedicated to him.
Many Hindus celebrate the day in honor of the great sage Vyasa, who is seen as one of the greatest Gurus in ancient Hindu traditions and a symbol of the Guru-shishya tradition.

Kalpi

Calpee
According to the Vishnu Purana, Vyasa was born in an island on Yamuna at Kalpi.
Kalpi is also known as the birthplace of Sage Vyasa, the writer of the Mahabharata and Puranas.

Vishnu Purana

VishnuViṣṇu PurāṇaVishnu Puran
He was the son of Satyavati, adopted daughter of the fisherman Dusharaj and the wandering sage Parashara, who is credited with being the author of the first Purana, Vishnu Purana). According to the Vishnu Purana, Vyasa was born in an island on Yamuna at Kalpi.
Vishnu Purana, like all major Puranas, attributes its author to be sage Veda Vyasa.

Chiranjivi

ChiranjivinsChiranjeeviChiranjeevins
Vyasa is also considered to be one of the seven Chiranjivins (long-lived, or immortals), who are still in existence according to Hindu tradition.
*Vyasa, the sage who composed the Mahabharata.

Uttarakhand

UttaranchalUttrakhandUttarkhand
Vyasa is believed to have lived on the banks of Ganga in modern-day Uttarakhand.
It is believed that the sage Vyasa scripted the Hindu epic Mahabharata in the state.

Vasishtha

VashisthaVasisthaVasishta
Sage Parashara was the father of Vyasa and the grandson of Sage Vashistha.
Later, this region is believed in the Indian tradition to be the abode of sage Vyasa along with Pandavas, the five brothers of Mahabharata.

Shuka

ŚukaSukaSri Shuka Acharya
While these are Vyasa's sons, another son Shuka, born of his wife Pinjalā (Vatikā), daughter of the sage Jābāli was his true spiritual heir.
Shuka (also Shukadeva, Shuka deva, Suka, Sukadev, Śukadeva Gosvāmī) was the son of the sage Vyasa (credited as the organizer of the Vedas and Puranas) and the main narrator of the Bhagavata Purana.

Pandu

King PanduPandu RajuMaharaja Pandu Dewata
The other queen, Ambalika, turned pale upon meeting Vyasa, which resulted in their child, Pandu, being born pale.
In the Mahabharata epic, Pandu (पाण्डु Pāṇḍu, lit. yellowish, whitish, pale ), was the king of Hastinapur, the son of Ambalika and Vyasa.

Vedas

VedicVedaVedic literature
Vyasa (व्यास, literally "Compiler") is the legendary author of the Mahabharata, Vedas and Puranas, some of the most important works in the Hindu tradition.
According to tradition, Vyasa is the compiler of the Vedas, who arranged the four kinds of mantras into four Samhitas (Collections).

Dhritarashtra

DhritrashtraKing DhritarashtraDestarata
Hence upon seeing him, Ambika who was rather scared shut her eyes, resulting in their child, Dhritarashtra, being born blind.
He was born to Vichitravirya's first wife Ambika, and was fathered by Veda Vyasa.

Vyasa (title)

VyasVyasa
As per Vishnu Purana, Guru Drona's son rishi Aswatthama will become the next sage Vyasa (title), who in turn divide the Veda in 29th Mahayuga of 7th Manvantara.
The name of Rishi who currently holds the Vyasa title is Krishna Dvaipāyana Vyasa, referring to his complexion and birthplace and sometimes he is simply called Vyasa.

Mahabharata

MahābhārataMahabharatMahabharatha
Vyasa (व्यास, literally "Compiler") is the legendary author of the Mahabharata, Vedas and Puranas, some of the most important works in the Hindu tradition.
Traditionally, the authorship of the Mahābhārata is attributed to Vyāsa.

Beas River

BeasRiver BeasHyphasis
Vyasa is supposed to have meditated and authored the epic by the foothills of the river Beas (Vipasa) in the Punjab region.
Veda Vyasa is the eponym of the river Beas, the author of Indian epic Mahabharata; he is said to have created it from its source lake, the Vyas Kund.

Bhagavad Gita

GitaBhagavad-GitaBhagvad Gita
Eighteen chapters of Vyasa's Jaya constitute the Bhagavad Gita, a sacred text in Hinduism.
In the Indian tradition, the Bhagavad Gita, as well as the epic Mahabharata of which it is a part, is attributed to sage Vyasa, whose full name was Krishna Dvaipayana, also called Veda-Vyasa.

Puranas

PuranaPuranicSthala Purana
He was the son of Satyavati, adopted daughter of the fisherman Dusharaj and the wandering sage Parashara, who is credited with being the author of the first Purana, Vishnu Purana). Vyasa (व्यास, literally "Compiler") is the legendary author of the Mahabharata, Vedas and Puranas, some of the most important works in the Hindu tradition.
Vyasa, the narrator of the Mahabharata, is hagiographically credited as the compiler of the Puranas.

Ambalika

Ambālikā
He abducted three princesses Amba, Ambika and Ambalika.
After Vichitravirya's death, his mother Satyavati sent for her first born, Rishi Veda Vyasa.

Manu (Hinduism)

ManuVaivasvata ManuManus
Each cycle is presided over by a number of Manus, one for each Manvantara, that has four ages, Yugas of declining virtues.
Saptarshis list: Diptimat, Galava, Parasurama, Kripa, Drauni or Ashwatthama, Vyasa, and Rishyasringa.

Guru Gita

GuruGita
The Guru Gita (Song of the Guru) is a Hindu scripture that is said to have been authored by the sage, Vyasa.

Ugrashravas

Ugrasrava SautiSutaSri Suta Goswami
It is structured as a narration by Ugrasrava Sauti, a professional storyteller, to an assembly of rishis who, in the forest of Naimisha, had just attended the 12 year sacrifice known as Saunaka, also known as Kulapati.
He was the son of Lomaharshana (or Romaharshana), and a disciple of Vyasa, the author of Mahābhārata.

Vidura

VidurVidhuraVidhuran
The duty-bound maid was calm and composed; she had a healthy child later named Vidura.

Manvantara

ManusManvantraManwantara
As per Vishnu Purana, Guru Drona's son rishi Aswatthama will become the next sage Vyasa (title), who in turn divide the Veda in 29th Mahayuga of 7th Manvantara. Each cycle is presided over by a number of Manus, one for each Manvantara, that has four ages, Yugas of declining virtues.
Saptarshis list: Diptimat, Galava, Parasurama, Kripa, Drauni or Ashwatthama, Vyasa, and Rishyasringa.

Sanjaya

Vyasa's Jaya (literally, "victory"), the core of the Mahabharata, is a dialogue between Dhritarashtra (the Kuru king and the father of the Kauravas, who opposed the Pāndavas in the Kurukshetra War) and Sanjaya, his adviser and charioteer.
Sanjaya was a disciple of sage Krishna Dwaipayana Veda Vyasa and was immensely devoted to his master, King Dhritarashtra.