demoness


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demoness

(ˈdiːmənɛs)
n
a female demon
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 04 (ANI): Haryana Minister Anil Vij said that "West Bengal kisi ke baap ka nahi hai (West Bengal does not belong to anyone)" and compared West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to Taadka, a demoness in the epic Ramayana, for interrupting the BJP's efforts to promote patriotism.
A party of deities on their way to Lahaul were once interrupted by a demoness, who was after their valuables, particularly the seeds of grains, in their possession.
Legend has it that Lama Kunley subdued the demoness of the Dochu La with his 'Magic Thunderbolt of Wisdom.'
Nevertheless, they go on without noticing the absurdity of such a conversation, until Muni starts talking about the Mahabharata and demonstrates the bosom of the demoness: "He indicated two mounds with his hands.
Thereafter, Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju posted the image of demoness Surpanakha on social media.
Chandigarh/Kolkata, Nov 25 (IANS) Haryana BJP leader Suraj Pal Amu on Saturday threatened West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee that she would meet the same fate as"Surpanakha", a demoness from the epic Ramayana whose nose was cut off by Lakshman, a day after she asserted her state was ready to welcome Sanjay Leela Bhansali's controversial film"Padmavati"and its crew.
IN THE eyes of most Cypriots, it has taken but a year to transform former auditor general, Chrystalla Georghadji, head of the Central Bank of Cyprus (CBC), from an angel to a demoness.
Dolores is the embodiment of the goddess and the demoness. As a virgin, she is certainly an unorthodox one.
In order to portray Tadaka as a fire- breathing demoness, Fauja was spitting fire by the exceedingly dangerous method of spitting out kerosene and lighting up the issuing cloud of droplets with a flaming torch he was holding in his hand, presumably well away from his elaborate costume.
After the anecdote in which he out-tricks the demoness, Nischyadatta continues on his way, eventually happening upon an enchanted monkey who is really a man.
Held the day after the full moon, people of all ages gather to commemorate the burning of a demoness named Holika and mark the start of spring with the most vibrant celebration in the Indian calendar.
The Holi festival commemorates the victory of good over evil, brought about by the burning and destruction of the demoness, named Holika.