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Indrani, Kindler.
Alternate meanings: She-Who-Kindles-Thoughts-and-Desires.
[to Whom the twenty-fifth day of October, day 298, is dedicated]

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Description: Voluptuously beautiful Goddess Whose domain is perhaps the weather; She Who reigns in the Swarga Heaven beside She consort; She Who presides over the souls of those who have merited a respite from the round of rebirth; She Who makes possible the perception of form through the eye; She Who is associated with fire.
To Whom Sacred: indrani (the pupil of the left eye, the right being called indra); thunderbolt (sometimes She holds one); {the right hemisphere of the brain}.
Male Associates: consort (initially Her ravisher), Indra, The-Kindler, storm god. Sometimes Bhrgu, Roaster, who came to earth as the first fire-priest, bringing fire to earth.

Sources: I,V.IM/16*, 17, 73, 76; S,M&J.HDH/45, 119. 236.
Abhramu, Cloud-Knitter.

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Description: Goddess of clouds. Together She and Her consort form one of the eight pairs of elephants Who support the world at the four cardinal points, and the four intermediary points.
To Whom Sacred: white cow-elephant.
Iconography: Large, white, four-tusked, cow-elephant.
Male Associate: consort Airavata, ----, Indra in his elephant form (his vahana).

Source: Stutley HDH 2, 8 (see for a little more re: Airavata), 316.

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Male Associate: Father, the demon Puloman.

Saci, Divine-Power.
Alternate meanings Source-of-Divine-Power.

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.
Description: Goddess of strength and female generative power: Impartial bestower of Divine power to the male deities.
To Whom Sacred: the divine pitar tree.
Male Associate: consort, Indra.

Source: Stutley HDH 256-7.
worked on: October 1995; August 1991.
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