Yes. Hindu scriptures allow women to remarry after husband's death.
Naradha Smriti 12.97 “When her husband is lost or dead, when he has become a religious ascetic, when he is impotent, when he has been expelled from caste, in these cases a woman may be Justified in another husband.
Parashara Smriti 4.28 “When her husband is missing or is dead or has ...
Let’s take a look at how Kumbhkaran is described in general
Pg 269 from the book you shared
He sleeps (not because he is machine and needs maintenance but because of curse given by Lord Brahma. If you think he sleeps because of machine then how would you justify curse. You can’t.
That raksasa sleeps for six, seven, eight, even nine months at a time....
Ravan was born most likely in Ashram of Vishrava or else Rasatal.
Ravan's maternal grandfather Sumali hid in Rasatal after bitter fight with Vishnu in which they lost badly. Lanka, which was their home then, was given to Kuber. When Ravan was born, Rakshash were still living in Rasatal.
Valmiki Ramayan, Uttara Kand, Ninth Sarga
However, Kaikasi, mother of ...
In Mahabharata when his wife Pradweshi tells her husband Dhirgatamas that she is leaving him as she is tired of him, he cursed all women.
He curses that FROM THAT DAY a woman can have only one husband and she cannot marry again after her husband's death.
That implies that TILL he curse all women, widows could marry.
I too don't recall reading any such 'Dharmic' qualities in Ravana. He r*pes woman, plunders from innocent. In fact, even the assumption that Shiva Tandava Stothram was his creation, was probably apocryphal.
Most of these distortions are leftist propaganda. I think it's called normative inversion. Since they cannot directly attack Rama, they want to elevate ...
The only refrence of Kumbhakarna's wife I found is in Uttarkanda;
“There, with their consent, he chose two wives for his two brothers; the daughter of Virocana, named Vajravala, was given by him to Kumbhakama, and Bibishana received as wife the virtuous Sarama, the daughter of the King of the Gandharvas, the magnanimous Shailusha, and she had been born on ...
This story is printed by many newspaper and other media, I still couldn't find any source in Padma Purana yet.
Instead as per the sources given at this URL , the story of termination of Shree Rama Avatara in Padma Purana is different.
Taking a hint from Shri Rama, Vibishana, Sugriva, Jambavan, Hanuman,
Neela, Nala, Sushena and Nishada Raja Guha arrived. ...