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ANGADA. [Source: Dowson's Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology]

1. Son of Lakshmana and king of Angadi, capital of a country near the Himalaya.

2. Son of Gada (brother of Krishna) by Vrihati.

3. Son of Vali (Bali), the monkey king of Kishkindhya. He was protected by Rama and fought on his side against Ravana."


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