(Sanskrit) "Divine Kings." From H.P. Blavatsky: "The first Kumaras are the seven sons of Brahma. It is stated that their name was given to them owing to their formal refusal to "procreate their species," and so they "remained Yogis," as the legend says."
"Wise men of old gave the soul a feminine name. Indeed she is female in her nature as well. She even has her womb. As long as she was alone with the Father, she was virgin [without Rah, defilement] and androgynous [male-female] in form. But when she fell down into a [physical] body and came to this life, then she fell into the hands of many robbers [desires in our mind, heart, and body]. And the wanton creatures passed her from one to another and [prostituted] her. Some made use of her by force, while others did so by seducing her with a gift [sensations, powers, comforts]. In short, they defiled her [with Rah], and she [lost] her virginity [chastity]."