Yama survives with her 15-year-old brother, the only family member not stricken by the virus.
Great rishis and ancestors await upon Yama, King of the Pitris (fathers), and adore him.
The ghastly specter Death, the stern king Yama, Awaiteth all of us.
That restrainer of creatures, the worshipful Yama, had gone away.
These persons were really the servants of Yama (the god of death).
Yes, and no doubt for every time we have struck her, a thousand blows will be given us by Yama, for our insults to the gods.
Manu and Yama are not unknown to the mythology of the nations of Iran.
Why, seven drops of lamp oil must surely foil the power of Yama!'
They are beaten by demons, attendants of Yama, who chide them with harsh cries.
They are said to be offerings to Yama, the god of death, who on receiving them shows mercy to the soul of the deceased.