Anjana

Chinese - A king of Koti. Father of Maya. In some lore, occasionally known as Anjana, Varuna, Varuna, Ahura Mazda, Assara Mazas, Lord of the Ocean, Jalapati, Kesa, Pashabhrit, Pasi, Prasetas, Samraj, Variloma, Yadahpati, Yadhapati, Balinese Waruna, Greek Poseidon or Japanese Ryujin.
Hindu - One of the apsaras. Consort of Vayu. She was said to appear in the form of a monkey and produced a son, the monkey god Hanuman, as the result either of eating a cake dropped by a kite or from being raped by Vayu as Pavana. Occasionally referred to as Anjana, Varuna, Varuna, Ahura Mazda, Assara Mazas, Lord of the Ocean, Jalapati, Kesa, Pashabhrit, Pasi, Prasetas, Samraj, Variloma, Yadahpati, Yadhapati, Balinese Waruna, Greek Poseidon or Japanese Ryujin.
Hindu - Varuna as one of the Dikpalas or his elephant. At times, referred to as Anjana, Varuna, Varuna, Ahura Mazda, Assara Mazas, Lord of the Ocean, Jalapati, Kesa, Pashabhrit, Pasi, Prasetas, Samraj, Variloma, Yadahpati, Yadhapati, Balinese Waruna, Greek Poseidon or Japanese Ryujin.

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