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Published: 15.06.2008
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Indra (Devanagari: इन्द्र) is the King of the gods or Devas and Lord of Heaven or Svargaloka in Hindu mythology, and also he is the God of War, Storms, and Rainfall.

In Jainism, Indra is also known as Saudharmendra, and always serves Tirthankar. Indra most commonly appears in stories related to Mahavira, in which Lord Indra himself manages and celebrates the five auspicious events in Tirthankar's life:

  1. Chyavana Kalyanak
  2. Janma Kalyanak
  3. Diksha Kalyanak
  4. Kevaljnana Kalyanak
  5. Nirvana Kalyanak


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  1. Chyavana Kalyanak
  2. Devanagari
  3. Devas
  4. Diksha
  5. Diksha Kalyanak
  6. Indra
  7. Jainism
  8. Janma
  9. Janma Kalyanak
  10. Kalyanak
  11. Kevaljnana Kalyanak
  12. Mahavira
  13. Nirvana
  14. Nirvana Kalyanak
  15. Tirthankar
  16. janma
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