As Jataveda, Agni burns the fleshless sacrifice to the Gods.
As Kravyada he burns flesh, which is the cremation fire and the fire for the sacrifice to the spirits of the dead.
When Krishna threw the demon Vatsa onto a Kapittha tree, a fruit fell down, in which a demon, Kappitha, was hiding, which he also killed.
Kapala is both the skull and the bowl, which becomes the skull bowl, as a symbol of the ephemeral in the Kapalika tradition, whose members worship Shiva as Bhairava.
A playwright and author of Prabhodachandrodaya.
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Demon wo took revenge on Pratapbhanu.
Kala – time, Agni – fire.
The fire at the end of time, the world conflagration.
See also Samvartaka .
The female protagonist of the work of the same name by Banabhatta.
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The hide of the black (krishna) antelope, which was worn by the ascetic in Vedic times.