Ariṣṭanemi

(‘the felly of whose wheel is unhurt’)

Ariṣṭanemi was one of the five sons of Vinatā and Kaśyapa, and a brother of the famous Garuḍa. Sometimes, the sage Kaśyapa himself has been known by this name.

The Pāṇḍava prince Sahadeva had assumed this name when he lived in Virāṭanagara, in disguise.

It is also the name of the twenty-second Tīrthaṅkara of the Jains.