Dowson's Classical Dictionary
of Hindu Mythology] In the Vedas he is the
demon of drought and ungenial weather, with whom Indra, the god of the firmament,
is constantly at war, and whom he is constantly overpowering, and releasing the
rain. Sometimes called Vritasura.
Languages MLLL-4993. Indian Epics. Laura Gibbs, Ph.D.
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