Kumbhakarna was sleeping for 6 months, what was his wife doing then .. Find out who was Kumbhakarna’s half-sister .. – We are Gujarati


This was Ravana’s brother, who would wake up one day after 6 months and then fall asleep after a meal, because he had asked Brahma for the blessing of sleep instead of Indrasan. His body was huge. Somehow Kumbhakarna woke up during the war.

In the battle, Kumbhakarna started attacking the monkeys with his huge body, which caused a stir in Rama’s army. To boost the morale of the army, Rama challenged Kumbhakarna to a battle and Kumbhakarna got Veeragati at the hands of Lord Rama. Let us know about his wife.

After marrying Mandodari, daughter of Maya demon, Ravana married his brother Kumbhakarna to Vajra Jwala, daughter-in-law of demon Virochana, and Vibhishan to Sama (Sarma), daughter of Shailush, king of Gandharvas. It is said that Vajrajwala was the daughter of Mahabali Bali.

Bali was the son of Virochan. When the dwarf incarnation asked Bali for three steps of land, Vajrajwala was present. Kumbhakarna’s wife was Vajrajwala, who was Bali’s daughter. He was naming his second wife.

Kumbhakarna was also married to Taditmala, the daughter of a king named Mahodar of Kumbhpur. Kumbhakarna had a son named Mulakasur who was killed by his mother Sita. The other was named Bhim. It is said that due to this Bhima, a Jyotirlinga named Bhimashankar was established. Vajrajwala’s son was named Kumbha and Nikumbha.

There was a scientist in Ravana’s army who made weapons or tools. Like Shukracharya Bhargava, Shambuk and Kumbhakarna and Vajrajwala. Kumbhakarna along with his wife Vajrajwala were busy making various types of weapons and equipment in his laboratory,

Due to which he did not care about eating and drinking. Kumbhakarna’s Yantra Manav Kala has been given the status of ‘Wizard Art’ in the book ‘Great Indian’. Ravana’s wife Dhanyamalini was also proficient in this art. Kumbhakarna used to do this work before the blessing and one day while waking up.

It is said that after the death of Kumbhakarna, Kartei took him away so that he could be kept away from the gods. Later, when he grew up, when he found out about his father’s death,

Then he decided to take revenge on the gods. However, later he had a war with Lord Shiva and Shiva ate him. The famous temple of Lord Shankar is Bhimashankar where it was consumed.

It is said that after the death of Kumbhakarna, Kartei took him away so that he could be kept away from the gods. Later growing up, when he learned of his father’s death, he decided to take revenge on the gods. However, later he had a war with Lord Shiva and Shiva ate him. The famous temple of Lord Shankar is Bhimashankar where it was consumed.

According to Nikumbha mythology and other books, Kumbhakarna had two sons from Vajrajwala. Their names were Kumbh and Nikumbh. Both were monsters. He is also frequently mentioned in Puranas, books and books related to Ramayana. It is said of Nikumbh that he was also very powerful. Kubera assigned him the special responsibility of overseeing.

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