(ROOD-rah): the Vedic god of battles and the patron deity of Fighting Tiger Tactical units.
The Lord as destroyer, a form of Lord Shiva. As the fierce aspect of God, Rudra inspires both great love and great fear among his worshipers.
An Eastern Indian deity said to rule over ghosts and evil spirits. In Indian traditions, it is customary to make offerings to this deity to prevent him from sending out armies of ghosts to plague the living. The offerings are commonly left at "crossroads", where it is rumored that spirits have a tendency to gather.
"fierce, violent"; [ Ved.]: the Divine as master of our evolution by violence and battle, the deva or Deity ascending in the cosmos; [ Puranas]: the Terrible one, the God of might and wrath, a member of the divine Triad [ trimurti], expressive of the destructive process in the cosmos.
Another name of Lord Shiva.
He was born of anger of Brahma
father of the storm gods Marut; controller of nature; sometimes identified with Siva
name of Hindu god Shiva
The Vedic god of storms and wind Samadhi The deepest form of contemplation; realization of absolute reality; Self-realization; beyond thought
Lord Shiva ; Rudra is said to have sprung from Brahma's forehead and is one of the holy trinity
Rudra (Sanskrit: à¤°à¥à¤¦à¥à¤°à¤ƒ) ("Howler") is a Rigvedic God of the storm, the hunt, death, Nature and the Wind. Rudra is thought to be an early form of Shiva, the lord of destruction in Hinduism, and a name of Shiva in the Shiva sahasranama.