One of the ancient kings. In order to know the true nature of dharma, artha and kāma, Āngariṣṭha asked the sage Kāmandaka (Kamandaka) : If a king gets overpowered by moha (illusion) and kāma and later, repents for what he has done, what kind of penance or purgative measures may be his remedy? In  Śāntiparva (Shantiparva), when Yudhisṭhira (Yudhisthira), in front of Bhiṣma, expressed his desire to know about dharma, artha and kāma (kama),   Bhiṣma referred to the conversation between the sage Kāmandaka and king Āngariṣṭha.