In Sabhāparva (sabhaparva) of Mahābhārata (Mahabharata), in course of the description of Yama’s sabhā (sabha; assembley or court), it is said that one hundred Īri (Iri, used in plural number) have their places in that sabhā. Perhaps they are rājarṣis (kings with the attributes of a sage-seer), each of them bearing the name Īri, born in different kalpas. However, they can also be one hundred descendants of one rājarṣi called Īri.