“Indra”, the king of Devas (demi-gods), on his divine elephant – Airavat.
Indra is the king of Swarga (Heaven) and Devas (Demi-gods). He is the god of lightning, thunder and rains. He is the most revered God in the Rigveda. Indra had slayed an Asura (demon) named Vritra, who had kept rivers imprisoned, thereby releasing the water to the dwellers of the earth. He is depicted as four-armed, riding his mighty animal mount elephant, Airavat, and holding his divine weapons Elephant goad and Vajra (thunderbolt).
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