Narantaka-Devantaka
Angada smites the demon Narantaka.jpg
Angada smites the demon Narantaka
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SiblingsAtikaya
Trishira

Narantaka (Sanskrit: नरान्तक, IAST: narāntaka, lit. destroyer of men) and Devanataka (Sanskrit: देवान्तक, IAST: devāntaka, lit. destroyer of Gods) are demons and sons of Ravana who appear[when?] in a number of Hindu legends.[1] They, along with Atikaya, were the offspring of Ravana and his second wife Dhanyamalini. In the battle of Ramayana, Narantaka was killed by Angada, the son of Bali, whereas Devantaka was slaughtered by the punch of Hanuman in a duel.

References

  1. ^ Mittal, J. P. (2006). History Of Ancient India (a New Version) : From 7300 Bb To 4250 Bc. Atlantic Publishers & Dist. ISBN 978-81-269-0615-4.