Kumbhakarna, the dark-complexioned brother of Ravaṇa

Kumbhakarna, the dark-complexioned brother of Ravaṇa, striding forwards, brandishing in his right hand a shakti (spear), and in his left a gada (mace). Sword and buckler hang from his belt. Prominent tripundra (three horizontal lines) and vibhuti (cow dung ash) marks are drawn on his forehead. His physiognomy, including deformed nose and protruding fangs, betrays his fierce nature. Artist unknown, 1830 (Photo by Pierce Archive LLC/Buyenlarge via Getty Images)
Kumbhakarna, the dark-complexioned brother of Ravaṇa, striding forwards, brandishing in his right hand a shakti (spear), and in his left a gada (mace). Sword and buckler hang from his belt. Prominent tripundra (three horizontal lines) and vibhuti (cow dung ash) marks are drawn on his forehead. His physiognomy, including deformed nose and protruding fangs, betrays his fierce nature. Artist unknown, 1830 (Photo by Pierce Archive LLC/Buyenlarge via Getty Images)
Kumbhakarna, the dark-complexioned brother of Ravaṇa
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Date created:
01 January, 1830
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