Parjanya

Parjanya, (Sanskrit {IAST|parjánya} पर्जन्य) according to the 1965 Sanskrit–English dictionary by Shri Vaman Shivram Apte gives the following meanings: Two hymns of the Rigveda, 5.83 and 7.101, are dedicated to Parjanya. In Vedic Sanskrit Parjanya means `rain` or `raincloud`. Prayers dedicated to Parjanya, to invoke the blessi...
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Parjanya

noun god of rain; sometimes identified with Indra
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Parjanya

In Vedic mythology, Parjanya was the son of the sky god Dyaus. He was the god of rain-clouds and drove a cart across the sky, laden with bags and buckets of rain which he poured out on the Earth below. Because he sent rain to fertilize the ground, he also oversaw the fertility of animals (especially horses and cattle) and of human beings.
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Parjanya

[n] - god of rain
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