Derived from Sanskrit word 'Jyoti' means brightness and Jyotiba means ' One who has light or luster with brightness.'
Jyotiba (also Dattatreya) is mythological Hindu God, which was formed by the amalgamation of the jyotis (souls) of three gods - Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Legend has it that the three gods took the form of Jyotiba to destroy the evil Ratnasur.
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