Bakasura:In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Bakasura, (also called Bakasur or Bakasuran) (बकासुर) is a Rakshasa (demon) killed by Bhima. The demon lived near the city of Ekachakra (sometimes Chakranagari), and forced the king to send him daily a large quantity of provisions, which he devoured, and not only the provisions, but the men who carried them. Under the directions of Kunti, her son Bhima was sent to Bakasura for his food.
In Vedic religion, Varuna (/ˈvɜrʊnə, ˈvɑːrə-/; Sanskrit: Varuṇa वरुण, Malay: Baruna), is a god of the water and of the celestial ocean, as well as a god of law of the underwater world. A Makara is his mount. In Hindu mythology, Varuna continued to be considered the god of all forms of the water element, particularly the oceans.
Raktabīja - Known in Hindu traditions, these fearsome Asian demons are almost godlike in their power, and are capable of producing weaker duplicates of themselves by infecting surrounding humans with their blood. A great contagion of these monsters was stopped in ancient times by the combined work of the deities Shiva and Kali, and the first individual of the species was destroyed.
Yaksha - Similar to the Greek dryads, these Hindu faeries are the mischievous protectors of forest or mountain ecosystems, supposedly guarding treasures that are hidden beneath the rocks and trees. Despite their mostly inoffensive nature, they have also been known to be sexually predatory and to lead travelers astray, as well as sometimes eating human flesh.