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Western literature describes a host of mythical creatures. They include like the following: hippogriff; werewolf; basilisk; centaur. Recent scholars are re-examining the validity of these mythological beings.

The Hindu religion also has a vast literature which describes similar albeit different mythological beings. 

What are these beings in specific terms? What is the Hindu view as to the existence of such "fanciful beings"?

Western literature describes a host of mythical creatures. They include the following: hippogriff; werewolf; basilisk; centaur. Recent scholars are re-examining the validity of these mythological beings.

The Hindu religion also has a vast literature which describes similar albeit different mythological beings. What are these beings in specific terms? What is the Hindu view as to the existence of such "fanciful beings"?

Western literature describes a host of mythical creatures like the hippogriff; werewolf; basilisk; centaur. Hindu religion also has a vast literature which describes similar albeit different mythological beings. 

What are these beings in specific terms? What is the Hindu view as to the existence of such "fanciful beings"?

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Existence Hindu view of fantastical creatures in scriptures

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I changed the phraseology and overall intent of the question so it fits more nicely into this Hinduism forum. Moreover, the edited question is more relevant to Hinduism.
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