A great, learned saint.
A seer of Truth; a revealer of the wisdom of the Vedas.
Sages of antique times in India. The Rishi were poets capable of deep and higher visions about the Ultimate Reality. Being inspired by divine forces, they have elaborated and orally transmitted, all along centuries, the Veda. According to various sources, the number of Rishi is not the same. Their names also are probably often mythical
Rsi, risi A spiritually wise person. More specifically, one of the seven seers who received the divine wisdom.
a poet who has become poetry itself
A seer of Truth to whom the wisdom of Vedas was revealed; a general name for a saint or ascetic
in Hinduism, an inspired poet or sage. The hymns of the Vedas were revealed to the seven Rishis—the Sapt Rishis—referred to as Prajapabs (the highest among the people), being born from the mind of Brahma.
Saint or anchorite.
A spiritual wise person
Wise man/woman, ascetic. The constellation Ursa Major (Great Bear/Plough) is refered to as the Sapt Rishi (seven wise men) in Indian astronomy
Seer of God, sage
Seer or sage