Yama, the Glorious Lord of the Other World
The Image Of Yama, The God Of Death In Hindu Mythology, Has Come To Have Many Variants. Dr. Merh S Study Tries To Capture These Against Their Essential Literary Settings To Explore All Possible Traits Of Yama S Personality.
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Conspectus of the Vedic Literature
Yamas Family and Associates
Yama and Other Gods
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