Vayu

Buddhist - A god of air and wind. Sometimes called Vayu, Maruta, Maruta, Vayu, Rama or Rama.
Hindu - God of air and wind. One of the Dikpalas. Consort of Anjana. Father of Bhima and Hanuman. He is responsible for guarding the north-west with his elephant, Pushpadanta. When he was induced to break off the top of Mount Meru, Vayu tried to blow it away but was at first frustrated by the huge bird Garuda which shielded the peak with his wings. Later he succeeded and the mountain-top fell into the sea to become Ceylon. He is sometimes referred to as Indra's charioteer or as a servant of Lakshmi and Vishnu and may be depicted holding a wheel and riding a deer. In some accounts he is one of the five forms (wind) of Parabrahma. Sometimes identified as Vayu, Maruta, Maruta, Vayu, Rama or Rama.
Persian - A wind-god. One of the Yazatas. He formed the ocean round Mount Alburz by blowing raindrops together. In some accounts he is equated with vatas, in others with Rama. He is depicted wearing a suit of armour and carrying a spear and sword. In some accounts, known as Vayu, Maruta, Maruta, Vayu, Rama or Rama.
Persian - A demon. This being is an aspect of Vayu the wind-god in the form of an evil demon. In some lore, occasionally known as Vayu, Maruta, Maruta, Vayu, Rama or Rama.

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