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the gandiva ( or bow ) was given to arjun in mahabharat by vayu or the god of air ... not by the agni god of fire, ...
Asked in Greek and Roman Mythologies, Apollo
Who is the Greek god who drives a chariot of fire?
Apollo, the god of the Sun, drives a chariot of fire
Asked in Christianity, Old Testament
When Elijah went up to heaven on a fire chariot was the chariot hot?
Elijah did not literally go to heaven carried by a chariot of fire. This is symbolic of his going to heaven in glory. ...
Asked in Old Testament
Who went to heaven in a golden chariot?
Elijah went to heaven in a chariot of fire. 2 Kings 2:11 As they [Elijah and Elisha] were walking along and talking together, suddenly a chariot of fire and horses of fire appeared and separated the two of them, and Elijah went up to heaven in a whirlwind. ...
Asked in Hinduism
Who presented the bow Gandiva to Arjuna?
The Gandiva (IAST: Gāṇdīva; Sanskrit: गाण्डीव) is a bow given to Arjuna by Agni, God of Fire in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Arjuna intervened on the behalf of the gluttonous and sickened Agni, who needed to consume a forest to heal himself. The bow was used by Arjuna to prevent Indra, the King of the Gods, from causing rain to snuff out Agni's fire and thus allow him to consume the forest. Agni then granted this bow to Arjuna, which he used...