- Vanara (monkeys), Jambuvan (boar men), Naga (serpents), Bhusundi Kaka ..
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- Jambuvan – The Wild Bear.................................................. 25. 12.
- Chapter X Samudra mathana The delineation of the
- cave of Jambuvan. There was a fight between krishna and Jambhavan, When Jambavan was exhausted he remembered his master Sri Rama.
- Bal Satsang - One
- Mar 1, 2009 (Jambuvan, Joban Pagi, Jairamdas). 8. ................................
- It's Sunday. It's Sagar. It's time for the Ramayan.
- This one shows no such signs of inspired casting – unless there's some great coup of someone well-known being cast as my favourite character Jambuvan.
- Jambavan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- known as Jamvanta, Jambavantha, Jambavat, or Jambuvan the King of the Bears, is a sloth bear in Indian epic tradition, immortal to all but his father Vishnu.
- "The Ramayana" - CHARACTERS & PLACES
- Son of the wind God; Devout of Rama and a leading warrior among monkey tribe. Indrajit. Ravana's son who fought with Rama with magical powers.
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- On the way they come to Bear Kingdom and Jambuvan, King of the Bears and all the Bears join the search too.
- Festivals -Shri Hanuman Jayanti
- Accompanied by Jambuvan, they all arrived on India's southern shore. Jambuvan graced Hanumanji. This resulted in him recalling his phenomenal power.
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