Aṇuha (Anuha) was a son of Vibhrāja (Vibhraja), a king of the Nīpa (Neepa) dynasty. His wife was Kīrti [Kirti; some texts mention her as Kṛtvī (Kritwi) or Kīrtimatī (Kirtimati) as well], daughter of Śukadeva (Shukadeva) and granddaughter of Vedavyāsa (Vedavyasa). With Kīrti, Aṇuha sired Brahmadatta who became famous as rājarṣi (rajarshi; a sagely king).
In the first chapter of Mahābhārata (Mahabharata) the name of Aṇuha is mentioned by Sañjaya (Sanjaya) while consoling Dhṛtarāṣṭra (Dhritarashtra). He mentioned his name in the context of the names of the rājarṣi who, after enjoying great material wealth on the earth, gave up on them and stepped into the afterlife happily, obeying the laws of Time.