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This tells us that Indra was considered the ruling god over all in the Aryan nation. This next selection is some evidence that some people were starting to lose faith in Indra and that he needed to be reinforced as the supreme ruling god. Many events that happened to the Aryan people were said to be because of his intervention in the world...
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This passage tells us that there was some unrest about if Indra really was doing good for the people. Some people are discontent with their deity and are losing the faith, but this passage tells all Indra’s powers and his influence. “He, the mighty bull who with his seven reins let loose the seven rivers to flow, who with his thunderbolt in his hand hurled down Rauhina as he was climbing up to the sky, he, my people, is Indra” ...
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