Naraka


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Naraka

realm of torment for deceased wicked people. [Buddhism, Hindu Myth.: Brewer Dictionary, 745]
See: Hell
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Transliteration: Wadakhala maAAahu assijna fatayaniqala ahaduhuma innee aranee aAAsirukhamran waqala al-akharu innee aranee ahmilufawqa ra/see khubzan ta/kulu attayru minhu nabbi/nabita/weelihi inna naraka mina almuhsineen
After a hymn of praise to Samkarana (90), we come to the episode of the slaying of the demon Naraka (91), who had stolen Aditi's earrings, Varuna's umbrella, and other items of value, and abducted 16,100 women.
On October 21, Guru Sadanam Balakrishnan takes centre stage with a Kathakali recital that is in keeping with the festive season, for it demonstrates Krishna's victory over the demon Naraka.
Also named Naraka Chaturdashi, as per Hindu mythology, Diwali is the day when Lord Vishnu vanquished Narakasura, a demon.
Krishna Storms the Citadel of Naraka recounts the God's exploits against a demon king, a menace who commits atrocities, even against his own mother, the Earth Goddess.
eka suhagini jagata piydrty sagale jia jatnta ki nari khasama marai tau nari na rovaim, usa rakhavara aura hovai rakhavare ka hoi binasa, agaim naraka ihatn bhoga bilasa suhagini gali sohai hara, samta kau bikha bigasai samsara kari simgara bahai pakhiarl, samta kl thithaki phirai bicari samta bhagai va pachaim paraim, gura kai sabadani marahu darai sakata kai yahu pimda paratnini, hamarl drsti parai trisi damini aba hamma isaka paya bheu, hue kripala mile guru deva kahai kahira aba bahari tari, samsari kai amcali pari (KG pada 162 = GG Gaund 7, p.
Deepavali also known as Diwali and Naraka Chaturdashi is one of the most popular festivals of India.
Deepavali is also celebrated as Naraka Chaturdashi, the day when Lord Krishna killed Narakasura, the demon of darkness.
The Chinese is both a pun and the transliteration of the Sanskrit Niraya, or Naraka, for Hell, or Purgatory.
The destinations of these sinners are not characterized by darkness or being down, but in AV 12, 4, 36 the term naraka ('hell') is explicitly used, and AV 12, 5, 64 calls the destination of someone who has taken the Brahmin's cow papalokan paravatah, i.
Krsna returns from a victory over Naraka Bhauma, the king of Pragjyotisa, who had enslaved sixteen thousand women, locking them up in the city prison of Satpura, The Yadavas meet in the council hall (sabha) in order to praise their hero.
The patients were evaluated in terms of demographic characteristics, treatment methods, surgical approaches, complications and functional levels according to Narakas Clasification Scale.