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Hinduism - What Is Ayudhapurusha?





According to the gender of the Sanskrit term, an ayudhapurusha is the personified form of a heavenly weapon or symbol, which may be masculine, feminine, or neuter. 



  • Shakti (“spear”) and gada (“club”), for example, are feminine, chakra (“discus”) is neuter, while khadga (“sword”) and trishul (“trident”) are masculine.

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