Unravelling the Mysteries of the Divine: Indra

Unravelling the Mysteries of the Divine: Indra

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According to ancient Vedic discipline, Lord Indra holds the esteemed title of King of the Gods and Ruler of the Heavens. One of the primary gods of Hindu mythology, Indra is celebrated as one of the main deities of the Rigveda and is often depicted as wielding a thunderbolt, known as Bhaudhara, as well as a Vajra, a powerful magical weapon that is also found in Buddhist belief. A popular sloka dedicated to the Lord describes him as so:


“Vajrasya Bhartā Bhuvanasya Goptā Vṛtrasya Hantā Namucernihantā

Kṛṣṇe Vasāno Vasane Mahātmā Satyānṛte Yo Vivinakti Loke”


This, when translated, reads:


“Oh, wielder of the Vajra, protector of the universe, the slayer of Vṛtra and Namuci;

Oh, illustrious one, who wears the black cloth, and makes light of the truth and untruth of the universe.”


Harnessing the Divine Energies of Indra


At Maha Mala, our goal is not only to provide you with the best of authentic and ethically sourced spiritual jewellery but also to acquaint you with your inner, spiritual self. Read on to learn how meditation and prayer offered to Lord Indra can benefit you.


An imposing figure, Indra is considered a generally benevolent force, believed to grant peace and prosperity upon those who worship him and bringing divine rain down upon drought-ridden areas. A force to be reckoned with, his power is also called upon in times of war or strife, to invoke his divine support and immeasurable power to the benefit of his devotees.


The King of the Gods, Indra’s form has often been likened to his Indo-European counterparts of the German Wotan, Norse Odin, Greek Zeus, and Roman Jupiter. Those looking to attain fame, happiness, comfort, prosperity and protection, while also awakening their intrinsic leadership potential, should meditate upon the form of Indra to garner his blessings.


Our 108-bead Indra Japa mala is designed to represent the various facets of the deity’s being through gemstones that denote his divine qualities, allowing the wearer to invoke them within themselves. These include:


  • Calcite for creativity and confidence.
  • Carnelian for courage, vitality and motivation.
  • Citrine for manifestation and willpower.
  • Red Jasper for strength, joy and patience.
  • Tiger eye for wealth, luck and willpower.
  • Sunstone for uplifting, revitalising and positivity.
  • Smoky Quartz for grounding and the easing of anxiety
  • Rudraksha for calming tension and giving clarity to the voice.


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