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  • Lakshmana — Rama mit Sita (rechts) und Lakshmana (links), davor sein Gefährte Hanuman Lakshmana (Sanskrit: लक्ष्मण, Lakṣmaṇa; Malaiisch: Laksmana; Thai: Phra Lak; auch: Lakshman, Laxman) war der Bruder und Mitstreiter von Rama und auch selbst ein Held im… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Lakshmana Tirtha River — The Lakshmana Tirtha is a river of India that has its origin in Kodagu district and flows eastward. It joins the Kaveri River in the Krishna Raja Sagara lake …   Wikipedia

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