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# an adversary or enemy who commits or attempts to commit a criminal offence with the intention of hurting, harming or killing
 
# 7 types of enemies who either/or (i) sets fire (ii) poisons (iii) attacks with weapons (iv) robs and plunders wealth and property which may threaten the life of the robbed (vi) robs one’s land (vii) robs one’s wife (M. Bh.). 
 
 
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# an adversary or enemy who commits or attempts to commit a criminal offence with the intention of hurting, harming or killing
 
# 7 types of enemies who either/or (i) sets fire (ii) poisons (iii) attacks with weapons (iv) robs and plunders wealth and property which may threaten the life of the robbed (vi) robs one’s land (vii) robs one’s wife (M. Bh.). 
 
 
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Revision as of 16:11, 27 March 2011

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Atatayi, AtatAyI, AAtataayi


  1. an adversary or enemy who commits or attempts to commit a criminal offence with the intention of hurting, harming or killing
  2. 7 types of enemies who either/or (i) sets fire (ii) poisons (iii) attacks with weapons (iv) robs and plunders wealth and property which may threaten the life of the robbed (vi) robs one’s land (vii) robs one’s wife (M. Bh.).