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Naraka is a term in Buddhist cosmology usually referred to in English as "hell" (or "hell realm") or "purgatory". The Narakas of Buddhism are closely related to diyu, the hell in Chinese mythology.
Naraka is the realm of hell in Indian religions. According to some schools of Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism, Naraka is a place of torment.
Narakawa was a village located in Kiso District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. On April 1, 2005, Narakawa was merged into the expanded city of Shiojiri.
Narakasura was a mythical asura, the legendary progenitor of all three dynasties of Pragjyotisha-Kamarupa, and the founding ruler of the legendary Bhauma dynasty of Pragjyotisha. According to later post-Vedic texts such as the Brahma Purana and Vishnu Purana, he was the son of Bhudevi, fathered either by the Varaha incarnation of Vishnu or Hiranyaksha.
Nara is one of the 51 union councils of Abbottabad District in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Nara is in the southern part of the district, the Union Council of Nara takes its name from the Village of Nara.
Naraka Chaturdashi is a Hindu festival, which falls on Chaturdashi (14th day) of the Krishna Paksha in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar month of Kartik. It is the second day of the five-day-long festival of Deepavali/Diwali.
Naraka is the realm of existence in Jain cosmology characterized by great suffering. Naraka is usually translated into English as "hell" or "purgatory".
Naraka is the Hindu equivalent of Hell, where sinners are tormented after death. It is also the abode of Yama, the god of Death.
Narakodur is a village in Guntur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the headquarters of Bollapalle mandal in Tenali revenue division.
Nara Kasugano International Forum IRAKA , formerly known as Nara Prefectural New Public Hall (奈良県新公会堂, Nara-ken shin-kōkaidō), is a convention center in Nara, Nara, Japan. Located near Kasuga Grand Shrine in Nara Park, the venue re-opened in July 1, 2015, annexing its adjacent public building that served as Nara Park Silk Road Exchange Hall (奈良公園シルクロード交流館, Nara-kōen siruku-rōdo kōryūkan) that closed in December 31, 2014.
Laodicea on the Lycus (modern Turkish: Laodikeia) was an ancient city built on the river Lycus (Çürüksu). It was located in the Hellenistic regions of Caria and Lydia, which later became the Roman Province of Phrygia Pacatiana.
In Greek mythology, the name Laodamia referred to: Laodamia (or Hippodamia), daughter of Bellerophon and Philonoe, sister of Hippolochus and Isander and the mother of Sarpedon by Zeus. She was shot by Artemis (that is, died a sudden, instant death) one day when she was weaving.
Laodice I was a Greek noblewoman of Anatolia who was a close relative of the early Seleucid dynasty and was the first wife of the Seleucid Greek King Antiochus II Theos.