Xena loses her arms, just to gain four of them, fighting a Hindi demon, having god Krishna as an ally. Gabrielle, instead, embraces the non-violent way.

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Gabrielle (as Renee O'Connor)
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Rajneel Singh ...
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Krishna (as Rajiv Varma)
George Sabbage ...
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Slade Leef ...
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Xena loses her arms, just to gain four of them, fighting a Hindi demon, having god Krishna as an ally. Gabrielle, instead, embraces the non-violent way.

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22 February 1999 (USA)  »

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The character Hanuman is the namesake of Lord Hanuman the Hindu monkey god. See more »

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During the end credits, we are shown a video clip of Lucy Lawless, Reneé O'Connor and Sunil Aghi. Lucy Lawless: In today's episode, Xena prayed to Krishna, the supreme Godhead of Hinduism. We hope that we've portrayed it in a reverent and respectful way. Sunil Aghi: My name is Sunil Aghi, I am a community activist and president of the Indo-American Political Foundation. Reneé O'Connor: More than a billion people throughout the world practice the Hindu religion. Sunil Aghi: An accurate portrayal of our deity is important to us but an even more important goal is to enlighten people of other part of Hinduism. Reneé O'Connor: With understanding comes tolerance. Lucy Lawless: If you would like to learn more about this great religion, please visit your local library or Internet website. See more »

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