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In the Hindu mythology, Narantaka is said to be an asura or demon. In the Ramayana
Narantaka is said to be one of the sons of the evil demon king Ravana who was killed at the siege of Lanka.
Narantaka was in charge of an army consisting of seventy-two crore rakshas. He with his army was eventually killed by the vanara Hanuman
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