From the awe-inspiring Sudarshana Chakra of Lord Vishnu to the world-annihilating Brahmastra.
The Sudarshana Chakra, a divine discus belonging to Lord Vishnu, is a prominent weapon in Hindu mythology.
Lord Shiva’s iconic weapon “Trishul” (Trident) , symbolises the three aspects of divinity: creation, preservation, and destruction.
Vajra is a powerful weapon in Hindu mythology, known as the thunderbolt of Lord Indra, the god of thunder and rain.
The Brahmastra, a divine weapon in Hindu mythology, is attributed to Lord Brahma, the creator.
Pashupatastra is a divine weapon gifted by Lord Shiva to Arjuna in Hindu mythology.
Narayanastra is a powerful weapon associated with Lord Vishnu in Hindu mythology.
Kaumodaki is a powerful mace, also known as a gadā, associated with the Hindu deity Vishnu.
Nagastra is another divine weapon in Hindu mythology that is associated with snakes.
The Brahmashirā astra is considered one of the most destructive weapon in ancient Indian texts, capable of ending the existence of even gods or Devas.
Gandiva is a bow that was wielded by Arjuna, the great archer and warrior from the Hindu epic Mahabharata.