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Naga (Sanskrit: नाग, Nāgá) is a deity of entity taking the form of a great snake—specifically the King Cobra—in Hinduism and Buddhism. For female counterparts, they're called nagi.
Its Japanese name is Elapatra.Elapatra refers to one of principal Naga chiefs in Hinduism and Buddhism.
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