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That is an incorrect translation, not sure where you obtained it. Sanskrit words - 'vRtra' - means restrainer/a container of thunder clouds/overbearing containers/clouds; 'yoni' - generally means a container/bearer (only if using it when describing a particular human's origin is it used a equivalent for a female's womb); 'mAnava' - does not mean Manu, but ...


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Rig Veda mentions purandara - पुरन्दर (one who destroyed cities). Rig Veda praises both Agni and Indra as purandara - पुरन्दर. In praise of Agni: Rig Veda VI.16.14 तमु त्वा दध्यङ्ङृषिः पुत्र ईधे अथर्वणः। वृत्रहणं पुरन्दरम् ॥१४॥ tamu tvā dadhyaṃṃ ṛṣiḥ putra īdhe atharvaṇaḥ | vṛtrahaṇaṃ purandaram || In praise of Indra, Rig Veda II.20.7 स वृ॑त्र॒हेन्द्र॑: ...


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