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Angada — ( sa. अंगद), in the Hindu epic Ramayana , is a vanara who helped Rama find his wife Sita and fight her abductor, Ravana. He was the son of Vali and Tara and the nephew of Sugriva.In his efforts to seek a peaceful solution, Rama sent several… … Wikipedia
Aṅgada — biographical name the son of Tārā and Vāli, the monkey chieftain of the kingdom of Kiṣkindhā. Sugrīva had enlisted the help of Bhagavān Rāma to kill Vāli. When Vāli was on his death bed, he offered his son, Aṅgada, at the feet of Śrī Rāma. After… … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia
hanumad-aṅgada-saṉvāda — हनुमदङ्गदसंवाद … Indonesian dictionary
Mandodari — Lady Giving Alms at the Temple by Raja Ravi Varma, used by the Week to illustrate Mandodari Devanagari … Wikipedia
Other Idols in Tirumala — The Tirumala Venkateswara Temple located in Andhra Pradesh, India contains idols of Lord Venkateswara, idols of Lord Vishnu in the form of Rama and Krishna. Apart from these idols, the temple contains the idols of other gods as well and these are … Wikipedia
Keshava Malagi — Infobox Writer name = Keshava Malagi birthdate = 1963 occupation = Writer nationality = India genre = FictionKeshava Malagi is a leading Kannada writer of the post Bandaya generation. He has published two novels Kunkuma bhoomi and Angada dhare,… … Wikipedia
Tirumala Rama Idol — is one of the idols in the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, Andhra Pradesh. While the temple is dedicated to worship of lord Vishnu as Venkateswara, it contains the idols of some of Vishnu s other avatars Rama and Krishna. The idol is usually… … Wikipedia
Vanara — A 19th century painting depicting a scene from the Ramayana, wherein Vanaras and bears are shown building Rama Setu, a bridge to Lanka. Vānara (Sanskrit: वानर) popularly refers to a group of ape like humanoids in the Hindu epic Ramayana … Wikipedia
Vali (Ramayana) — In the Hindu epic Ramayana, the vanara Vali (Sanskrit: वाली, Malay: Subali, Thai: Pali Thirat) was king of Kishkindha, a son of Indra and the elder brother of Sugriva. He was killed by Rama, an avatar of Vishnu.He was famous for the boon that he… … Wikipedia
Kishkindha — (IAST:Kiṣkindhā, Devanagari: किष्किन्धा) (also known as Kishkindhya), was the kingdom of the Vanara King Sugriva, the younger brother of Vali, in the Ramayana. This was the kingdom where he ruled with the assistance of his minister, Hanuman.… … Wikipedia