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- Indian History Rewritten
- The Indian civilisation, considered to be the product of clash and subsequent inter mixture of the white-skinned civilised invaders and the dark savages native to India, has been rightly questioned in recent years, and the mischievously fabricated history of...
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- THE NETHER REGION
- When this happened on the earth above, Ahi-ravana, living in the nether regions Ahi-ravana worshipped no other god but the Devi Kamada.
- Sankat Mochan Nama Tumharo
- Ahiravana sainya samet saharo. Raavan traas dai say ko. Kaun nahi jaanat hai jag main.
- hanumath prabhavam.pub
- Ahi-Mahi Ravana and BhagavAn's vatsalyam. 23. NAmagiri kshetram - Virtual Tour.
- Spotlights on the Ramayana
- the son of Ravana, who at last was slain in the battle by Lakshmana. Ahiravana, another son of.
- EFFECT OF RAMAYANA ON VARIOUS CULTURES AND
- regional Ramayanas in India, highlights the importance of Hanuman. It is Hanuman who kills Ahi Ravana and Mahi Ravana and rescues Rama and.
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- Panchamukhi Anjaneya A form of Hanumaan
- Lord Hanuman assumed this form to kill Ahi-Ravana, a powerful rakshasa black-magician and practitioner of the dark arts during the Ramayana war. Ahi-Ravana had taken Lord Rama and Lakshmana in his captivity.
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- Ahiravan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In the Ramayana Ahiravan During the battle between Rama and Ravana, Ravana's son Indrajit is killed.
- Anjaneya - Hindu Way of Life
- When all the brothers and sons of Ravana were killed, Ravana sent for his brother Ahi Ravana who was the king of the nether world. Ahi Ravana came to Lanka.
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