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'''Mahoraga''' ([[Wyl.]] ''[[lto 'phye]]'') - a class of subterranean serpents who, it is said, lie on their sides and rotate in the earth. They belong to the class of [[local deities]] or '[[earth lords]]' (''[[sa bdag]]'').
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'''[[Mahoraga]]''' ([[Wyl.]] ''[[lto 'phye]]'') - a class of subterranean serpents who, it is said, lie on their sides and rotate in the [[earth]]. They belong to the class of [[local deities]] or '[[earth lords]]' (''[[sa bdag]]'').
 
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Mahoraga (Wyl. lto 'phye) - a class of subterranean serpents who, it is said, lie on their sides and rotate in the earth. They belong to the class of local deities or 'earth lords' (sa bdag).

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