Kapila (Sanskrit: कपिल), a Rishi (sage), was the 10th child of sage Kardama and Devahuti

As per Vedas, Kardama was provided a boon by Lord Narayana that he would himself be born as his son, attaining which Kardama had decided to leave for the forest for penance and research on Vedic studies

Kardama had nine daughters who were very learned and went ahead to marry great sages

Kapila was then born into great knowledge and wisdom

When he came of age, he was most well known as the founder of the Samkhya school of Hindu philosophy

Kapila of Samkhya fame is considered a Vedic sage, estimated to have lived in the 6th-century BCE, or the 7th-century BCE

His influence on Buddha and Buddhism have long been the subject of scholarly studies

He is one of the most revered scholars from ancient India

And Kapila Maharishi built powerful Devi Idol in mudukuthore near by mysore distrct karnataka india

Shree Bramaramba devi(parvathi) one of the great God in hindhuism

Many historic personalities in Hinduism and Jainism, mythical figures, pilgrimage sites in Indian religion, as well as an ancient variety of cow go by the name Kapila