Naraka

Hindu - Son of Bhumidevi. Sometimes known as Naraka, Yomi-tsu-kuni, Yomi-tsu-kuni, Jigoku, Jugokudo, Land of Yomi, Meido, Naraka, Ne-nokata-tsu-kuni, Nenokatatsu, Yomi, Yomi-no-yo, Yomitsu-kuni, 'land of gloom', Ne-no-kuni, Nenokatatsu-kuni, No-nokata-tsu-kuni, Soko-no-kuni, (The Land of) Yomi, Yomi (-no-yo) or Hell.
Hindu - One of the Asuras. He took the form of an elephant and carried off some 16,000 women, holding them in a magnificent palace. Also called Naraka, Yomi-tsu-kuni, Yomi-tsu-kuni, Jigoku, Jugokudo, Land of Yomi, Meido, Naraka, Ne-nokata-tsu-kuni, Nenokatatsu, Yomi, Yomi-no-yo, Yomitsu-kuni, 'land of gloom', Ne-no-kuni, Nenokatatsu-kuni, No-nokata-tsu-kuni, Soko-no-kuni, (The Land of) Yomi, Yomi (-no-yo) or Hell.
Hindu - Hell, in many forms, for the torment of the wicked: one of the 6 gati. The seven stages of the Hindu hell are given as Avici, Mahakala, Ambarisha, Raurava, Maharaurava, Kalasutra and Andhatamisra. Sometimes called Naraka, Yomi-tsu-kuni, Yomi-tsu-kuni, Jigoku, Jugokudo, Land of Yomi, Meido, Naraka, Ne-nokata-tsu-kuni, Nenokatatsu, Yomi, Yomi-no-yo, Yomitsu-kuni, 'land of gloom', Ne-no-kuni, Nenokatatsu-kuni, No-nokata-tsu-kuni, Soko-no-kuni, (The Land of) Yomi, Yomi (-no-yo) or Hell.

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