-- Paurandara Astra
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Paurandara Astra

Paurandara Astra is sometimes confused as a celestial weapon in Hindu mythology. In the Mahabharata, Arjuna says, "By the grace of my preceptor I (Arjuna) have become accomplished in the Brahma and the Paurandara weapons." Purandara means "the one who destroyed the cities" and is a synonym for Indra. The astra he is referring to is Aindra Astra.

Thanks to Jijith Nadumuri Ravi from Ancient Voice.

Astra, India, Mythology, Weapon

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