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The asuras are a group of deities that often do battle with the [devas].

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surcharged by the Supreme Lord. Similarly, when the mode of passion [rajas] is prominent the demons [Asuras] flourish, and when ignorance [tamas] is prominent the Yakṣas and Rākṣasas flourish. The … strength of the demigods [Devas] similarly increases. When passion increases, the demoniac [Asuras] become strong. And with the rise of ignorance, O Uddhava, the strength of the most wicked [Rakshasas] increases. …
answered Jan 29 by Ikshvaku
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Is anti-Brahminism characteristic of Asuras and Rakshasas? Yes, the Asuras, Rakshasas, and Pisachas frequently engage in the genocide and massacre of Brahmanas and Rishis who live on Earth … with the (sacrificial) contents of broken jars and shattered ladles for pouring libations of clarified butter and with the sacred fires kept with care by the ascetics. So, one can say for certain that anti-Brahminism is a quality of extremely evil Asuras and Rakshasas. …
answered Mar 20 by Ikshvaku
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The reconciliation is that the Pisachas, Rakshasas, etc. eat meat unflawfully, whereas the Devas and Pitrs eat meat lawfully, which is by eating only meat of specifical animals sacrificed in a yajna. …
answered Oct 16 by Ikshvaku