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Hindu Mythological Figure Rawana

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Hindu Mythological Figure Rawana
Hindu Mythological Figure Rawana, Leather Puppet
Ten headed Rawana, king of Sri Lanka and a devout disciple of Lord Shiva is a central character in the Hindu Epic of Ramayana.

Rawana in Indian Art 
Rawana in Indian Art

Ten Headed, Twenty Armed King RawanaVictory of Meghanada  by Raja Ravi VarmaJatayu, a bird devotee of Lord Rama is mauled by RawanaDuel of Rawana and Sugreeva
You are hereRawana from a Sibi Temple PaintingTen Headed RawanaHanuman  Meets Rawana, Bhatkal Temple Sculpture
Idol of Ten Headed RawanaThe Battle of RamayanaTen Headed Rawana as Devotee of Lord Shiva

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