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Bhutasantapana is a powerful Daitya (demon) and the son of Hiranyaksha.
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Bhutasantapana is a powerful Daitya (demon) and the son of Hiranyaksha. As per the Padma-Purana, the descendants of Hiranyaksha are said to have extended to seventy-seven crores, or seven hundred and seventy millions
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