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Vetal a.k.a. Vetál: Vetála is a mythological figure in India, the king of the ghosts and spirits or demons.
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by Robert Henry Codrington
Vetal, a banana ; vetal tiratira or turtur, the wild or half-wild banana, ...
Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy, Literature, Antiquities, Arts, Manners, Customs &c. of the Hindus by John Garrett
Vetal — The demon-god of the outcasts helot races ; the circle of large stones, which may be observed outside almost every village, is sacred to this god ; the superstition has for ages held, and still holds, its ground against all Brahmanical ...
by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen
Vikram Vetal(Shantilal Soni, ...
by S. Devadas Pillai
Vetal, one such spirit (see, end), has lithic shrines in 36 out of 124 villages in Haveli taluka. Some of them have a raised platform (Anatomy, p! 88). Ancestors lithically represented, carry names like Kanoba, Saloba, Dharamji- bua and so on .
by Nathan BAILEY
&Lver [vetal, Ital. velours, F.] a fort of fine shagged Silk Manufacture. VELVET- Runner, a Water-Fowl whose Feathers are black and simooth as Velvet, vELUM Quadrage/imale [in Ancient Records] a veil or Piece of Hangings formerly drawn ...
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