Varuna

== In the Vedas == As chief of the Adityas, Varuna has aspects of a solar deity though, when opposed to Mitra (Vedic term for Surya){cn|date=August 2014}, he is rather associated with the night, and Mitra with the daylight. As the most prominent Deva, however, he is mostly concerned with moral and societal affairs than being a deification of natur...
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Varuna

• (n.) The god of the waters; the Indian Neptune. He is regarded as regent of the west, and lord of punishment, and is represented as riding on a sea monster, holding in his hand a snaky cord or noose with which to bind offenders, under water.
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Varuna

noun in Vedism, god of the night sky who with his thousand eyes watches over human conduct and judges good and evil and punishes evildoers; often considered king of the Hindu gods and frequently paired with Mitra as an upholder of the world
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Varuna

(minor planet 20000) Varuna, Pluto's moon Charon, and Pluto compared in size A large Kuiper Belt object. It was discovered by R. Macmillan of the Spacewatch project on Nov. 28, 2000, and provisionally designated 2000 WR106 before being permanently named after the Hindu...
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Varuna

[book] Varuna is a political literature book written and published in 1907 by German social Darwinist and racialist Willibald Hentschel. The book is named after the Hindu god Varuna. Hentschel declares the importance of racial purification of the Aryan race to history and calls for the unification of Germans in Eastern Europe into a German ...
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Varuna

Va·ru'na (vȧ*ru'nȧ) noun [ Sanskrit Varuna .] (Hindu Myth.) The god of the waters; the Indian Neptune. He is regarded as regent of the west, and lord of punishment, and is represented as riding on a sea monster, holding in his hand a snaky cord or noose with which to bi...
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Varuna

In early Hindu mythology, the sky god and king of the universe. Varuna may be equated with the Graeco-Roman sky god Ouranos/Uranus and with Orion. ...
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Varuna

In Hindu mythology, Varuna is a thousand-eyed god who sees all that happens in the world.
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Varuna

Varuna (vûr'oonu) : see Veda.
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Varuna

[n] - supreme cosmic deity
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