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In·dra

 (ĭn′drə)
n. Hinduism
A principal Vedic deity associated with rain and thunder.
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Indra

(ˈɪndrə)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism the most celebrated god of the Rig-Veda, governing the weather and dispensing rain
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In•dra

(ˈɪn drə)

n.
(in Hinduism) the chief of the Vedic gods, the god of rain and thunder.
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Noun1.Indra - chief Hindu god of the Rig-VedaIndra - chief Hindu god of the Rig-Veda; god of rain and thunder
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