Keshi (Japanese: 消し or ケシ) aka keshigomu (消しゴム, for Keshi Gum) is the Japanese for eraser. Modern reference to "keshi" is related to a collectible manga/anime character mini figure made of coloured hard gum. However, keshi is not restrictive to its etymology but a generic term as several gum types are used, from matte to transpar..
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In Hindu mythology, Keshi (Keśi, Nominative singular masculine from the root Keśin, literally "long haired") is the horse-demon, killed by Krishna, an Avatar of god Vishnu. The demon was dispatched by Krishna`s evil uncle Kans, who was destined to die at Krishna`s hands. Krishna is often praised as Keshava - the slayer of Keshi -
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