rakshasa

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rakshasa

(ˈrɑːkʃəsə)
n
a demon in Hindu mythology
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This is a Hindu ritual practiced on the festival of Dusshera, which is celebrated to mark the end of the war between the Rakshasha army led by Ravana and the monkey army led by Ram.
The movement ends with the voice over statement that the slaying of Ravana, the demon king of Lanka, not only brought about the temporary end of the reign of the Rakshasha kul on earth, but also inaugurated what is, as per a Puranic timeline, the present Kali Yuga.
This gabble is actually accentuated by the phonetic roots of the Rakshasha Mantra--"Rah ...
Gayatri and her team of researchers discover much to their horror, that the Rakshasha mantra has the capacity to alter the genetic codes of live mice.
Riots and unrests, as a planetary swell of imminent and rejuvenated Rakshasha power, have spread to cities of India, China, and the US, among other countries.
It does not merit a discussion apart from the fact that within the auspices of Kali, when the gods are in recession, the only way Varun can defeat Bhuria is by a voluntary transformation into the Rakshasha state.
The remembrance is about the imminent return of the Rakshashas or the demonic clan that has, intermittently, plagued mankind down the ages, ever since the dawn of creation.
Las seres fantasticos llamados Nagas o serpientes que hablan y los Rakshashas seres de fuerza inconmensurable que raptaban mujeres.