E. Cobham Brewer 18101897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
The hell of the Hindus. It has twenty-eight divisions, in some of which the victims are mangled by ravens and owls; in others they will be doomed to swallow cakes boiling hot, or walk over burning sands. Each division has its name: Rurava (fearful) is for liars and false witnesses; Rodha (obstruction) for those who plunder a town, kill a cow, or strangle a man; Sûkara (swine) for drunkards and stealers of gold; etc.