Definition of Rakshasas

1. Noun. (plural of rakshasa) ¹



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Definition of Rakshasas

1. rakshasa [n] - See also: rakshasa

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rakshasas

rakhi
rakhis
raki
rakia
rakias
rakija
raking
rakings
rakis
rakish
rakishly
rakishness
rakishnesses
rakshas
rakshasa
rakshasas (current term)
rakshases
rakshasi
rakshasis
raku
rakus
rakuware
rakyat
rakyats
ral
rale
rales
rallentando
ralliance
rallied

Literary usage of Rakshasas

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1. The History of India from the Earliest Ages by James Talboys Wheeler (1869)
"HISTORY- OF mans against the rakshasas. It has also been seen I>AHT iv. that the rakshasas are not to be simply confounded Not to be con- with the ..."

2. Village Folk-tales of Ceylon by Henry Parker (1914)
"The rakshasas seized the men. Well then, the four rakshasas having shared four men ate them; one person remained over. One Rakshasa said to another Rakshasa ..."

3. A Handbook of Sanskrit Literature: With Appendices Descriptive of the by George Small (1866)
"Many stories, respecting the wars of the rakshasas, or Cannibal-giants, ... The rakshasas are all Brahmans, and are said to dwell in the south-west corner ..."

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