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Lord Indra is a Hindu God and is accepted to be the lord of all Devas. He is the God of thunder and rains. He is additionally alluded as a maker God as he furnishes Earth with water as rain. In the early Vedic period, Indra was thought to be the Sun God.
It was later that Hindus related him with thunder and rain. Indra has an effective heavenly weapon, Vajra which makes him an astounding warrior. Vajra is accepted to be comprised of sage Dhadichi’s bones.
Lord Indra is portrayed as a reasonable man with four arms. He is known by many names over the world like Purandara, Sakra, Swargapati, Vajri, Meghavahana.
His ride is the celestial elephant, Airavata who is as tremendous as a mountain and has four tusks.His spouse’s name is Indravati and he has six children specifically, Jayanta, Midhusa, Nilambara, Rbhus, Rsabha, Sitragupta. His chaperons are called Maruts.
Indra’s most celebrated deed was his triumph over evil spirit Vrita.Vrita had taken frame as a mythical beast and had expended the greater part of Earth’s water. Indra promised to execute the evil presence and return water to Earth. Indra expended Soma to accomplish control and an incredible duel took after amongst Indra and Vrita. Indra won the fight and tore open the devil’s stomach, so all Earth’s water fell back on Earth.
A stage came in Lord Indra’s life when he chose to surrender riches and respect with a specific end goal to wind up noticeably a recluse and accomplish shrewdness.
Indravati asked for Brahaspati to prevent his better half from surrendering the life of a lord. Brahaspati at that point persuaded Indra that he can seek after genuine knowledge while satisfying his obligation as a lord and showed him the characteristics of common and profound life.