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By Jit Majumdar
Sometimes transliterated as: Anjana, AnjanA, Anjanaa
collyrium; having the hue of collyrium
dark, dusky, swarthy
mountain. (fem: anjanā): daughter of the Vā
king Kuñjara and wife of Keśarī (Br. Pur.); the mother of Hanumāna through Vāyu (V. Rām.).
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