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In Hindu mythology, the god of death is Yama. His attendants are called yamaduut, literally Yama's messengers (duut). The Bengali original of ছেলেবেলা / chhelebelaa uses the phrase যমের দূত / yamer duut, "the messenger of Yama", rather than the substantive যমদূত yamaduut, but the reference is the same. The word yamaduut is the same in singular and ...


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