Maharishi Bhrigu (Sanskrit: Bhṛgu) was one of the seven great sages, the Saptarshis, one of the many Prajapatis (the facilitators of Creation) created by Brahma (The God of Creation), the first compiler of predictive astrology, and also the author of Bhrigu Samhita, the astrological (Jyotish) classic.
Bhrigu Nath Singh, also known as B.N. Singh, is an Indian engineering scientist. He is a distinguished professor and Institute's first Dean of Human Resources, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.
Bhram (English: The illusion) is a 2008 Hindi film starring Dino Morea, Milind Soman and Sheetal Menon.
Bhramaram (English:Beetle) is a 2009 Malayalam thriller film of road-movie genre, written and directed by Blessy, starring Mohanlal, Suresh Menon, Murali Gopy and Bhumika Chawla.Jyothika was the initial cast for female lead role but was later replaced by Bhumika Chawla.
Bhrashtachar (Hindi: भ्रष्टाचार, English: Corruption) is a 1989 Hindi-language Indian feature film directed by Ramesh Sippy and produced by G.P.Sippy, starring Mithun Chakraborty, Rekha, Anupam kher, Raza Murad, Abhinav Chaturvedi with Rajnikanth in a special appearance and introduced Shilpa Shirodkar.
Bhṛṅgadūtam (Sanskrit: भृङ्गदूतम्) (2004), literally The bumblebee messenger, is a Sanskrit minor poem (Khaṇḍakāvya) of the Dūtakāvya (messenger-poem) genre composed by Jagadguru Rambhadracharya (1950–).
The Licchavi Princess Bhrikuti Devi, known to Tibetans as Bal-mo-bza' Khri-btsun, Bhelsa Tritsun ('Nepali consort') or, simply, Khri bTsun ("Royal Lady"), is traditionally considered to have been the first wife of the earliest emperor of Tibet, Songtsän Gampo (605?
Bhrama (Sanskrit: भ्रम), in the context of Hindu thought, means – error, mistake, illusion, confusion, perplexity.
The Bhrigu Saṃhitā is an astrological (Jyotish) classic attributed to Maharishi Bhrigu during the Vedic period, Treta yuga.
Bhrukutesvar Siva Temple is situated in Yamesvara Patna, Old Town, Bhubaneswar. It is a single structure pidha deul without any frontal porch.According to the local people this temple was built by the Kesaris (Somavamsis).