Indra

==Origins== Aspects of Indra as a deity are cognate to other Indo-European gods; they are either thunder gods such as Thor, Perun, and Zeus, or gods of intoxicating drinks such as Dionysus. The name of Indra (Indara) is also mentioned among the gods of the Mitanni, a Hurrian-speaking people who ruled northern Syria from ca.1500BC-1300BC. Janda (19...
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Indra

[n] - chief god of the Rig-Veda
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Indra

Hindu god of the sky, shown as a four-armed man on a white elephant, carrying a thunderbolt. The intoxicating drink soma is associated with him. ...
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Indra

Hindu god of the sky, shown as a four-armed man on a white elephant, carrying a thunderbolt. The intoxicating drink soma is associated with him
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Indra

in Hindu mythology, the king of the gods. He is one of the main gods of the archaic Sanskrit collection of hymns, the Rigveda, and is the ... [8 related articles]
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Indra

Indra (in'dru) : see Veda.
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Indra

Indra is a Hindustani name for boys and girls. The meaning is `rain, god of thunder` The name Indra is most commonly given to Flemish girls. (46 times more often than to American girls.) Although in most countries Indra is a name given to girls. In the United States, 1 out of 9 Indra`s are boys. Use for the other sex: Indrani The name sounds like: ...
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Indra

Indra is the Hindu sky god. He is depicted as a four-armed man on a white elephant carrying a thunderbolt. It is he who slashes the clouds with his thunderbolt to release the rain.
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Indra

Vedic God of being or life.
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