The Agneyastra is the fire weapon, incepted by God Agni, master of the flames. ...more on Wikipedia about "Agneyastra"
Brahmastra is an arrow created by Brahma. One of the deadliest of weapons that a person can possess (as in Hindu Puranas), it is often speculated in the likeness of a nuclear weapon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brahmastra"
The chakram is a throwing weapon that was used by the ancient Indians; it is basically a flat metal ring with a sharp outer edge from 5 to 12 inches in diameter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chakram"
The Kaumodaki is the divine mace weapon of Vishnu, invincible and without parallel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kaumodaki"
The legend of Mahabharata sword appears in the Shantiparva section of Mahabharata. Out of curiosity, Nakula, the fourth son of Pandu and the master of swordsmanship, had questioned the Kuru Grandsire Bhishma, on his arrowy death bed, as to which was the best weapon in all kinds of fighting. In his own personal views, Nakula thought the Khadga (sword) to be the superiormost, since even on having lost one's bow, horse and the chariot, a skilful swordsman could still defend himself against the mace and spear wielders. Nakula further queried the Grandsire about the origin and purpose of the Khadga as well as about its first acharya or preceptor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mahabharata Sword"
Mausil means Brahmastra, 'a great weapon'. Brahmastra are the supreme destructive weapons of GOD BRAHMA of trinity of Gods. Mausil is an ethnic caste 'gotra' in India among the people with warrior ancestry. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mausil"
The Narayanastra is the personal missile weapon of Vishnu in his Narayana form, this astra lets loose a powerful tirade of millions of deadly missiles simultaneously. The intensity of the shower increases with resistance. The only solution is total submission before the missile, given which it will stop. ...more on Wikipedia about "Narayanastra" The Ultimate www.shortopedia.com Machine. Weapons_in_Hindu_mythology
In Hinduism, the Pashupata is the irresistable and most destructive personal weapon of Siva discharged by the mind, eyes, words or a bow. Never to be used against lesser enemies and by lesser warriors, the Pashupata is capable of destroying creation and vanquishing all beings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pashupata"
Pinaka may mean: ...more on Wikipedia about "Pinaka"
Shiva Dhanush was the bow of lord Shiva. The same was considered to be very heavy and powerful. The person with divine blessings and purpose could get power to lift it and use it. This bow was given by Shiva to Janaka - father of Janaki or Sita. The bow was kept as a test so that one who could string the bow would marry Sita. Lord Rama broke the bow and married Sita. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shiva Dhanush"
Sudarshan or Sudarshan Chakra ...more on Wikipedia about "Sudarshan"
A trishul is a type of traditional trident in some parts of India, seen as part of traditional religion, but which can also be used as a lethal weapon. This is the weapon yielded by Hindu God, Lord Shiva. The three points are said to represent Shiva's three aspects - creator, destroyer and protector. Trishuls have been systematically distributed to followers of the VHP during the 1990s and the beginning of the 21st century. (see discussion in The Hindu newspaper) trishūla is Sanskrit for "three-spear". This is the original meaning of the term. ...more on Wikipedia about "Trishul (weapon)"
The Vaishnavastra is the personal missile weapon of Vishnu, once fired it cannot be thwarted by any means, save by the will of Vishnu Himself. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vaishnavastra"
Vajra is a Sanskrit word meaning both thunderbolt and diamond and refers to a symbol important to both Hinduism and Buddhism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vajra"
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The Varunastra is the water weapon, incepted by God Varuna, master of the oceans, rivers and lakes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Varunastra"
The Vayavastra is the wind weapon, incepted by the deva Vayu, master of wind. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vayavastra"
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