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Asuras are described in Indian texts as powerful superhuman demigods or demons with good or bad qualities. In the earliest layer of Vedic texts Agni, Indra and other gods are also called Asuras, in the sense of them being “lords” of their respective domains, knowledge and abilities. Asuras compete against these Devas and are considered “enemy of the gods” or demons. Bhargava states the word, Asura, including its variants, asurya and asura, occurs “88 times in the Rigveda, 71 times in the singular number, four times in the dual, 10 times in the plural, and three times as the first member of a compound. In this, the feminine form, asuryaa, is included twice. The word, asurya, has been used 19 times as an abstract noun, while the abstract form asuratva occurs 24 times, 22 times in each of the 22 times of one hymn and twice in the other two hymns”. Asura is used as an adjective meaning “powerful” or “mighty”.
One hymn requests a son who is an asura. Five times, he is said to possess asurya, and once he is said to possess asuratva. Bhargava gives a count of the word usage for every Vedic deity. Asura who is a “kind leader”. Bhagavad Gita, the Devas represent the good, and the Asuras the bad.
The sixteenth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita states that pure god-like saints are rare and pure demon-like evil are rare among human beings, and the bulk of humanity is multi-charactered with a few or many faults. Vedic theories of creation of the universe. Their role changes only during and after the earth, sky and living beings have been created. Devas, while dragon Vrtra who is also one of asuras is the protagonist of the evil. During this battle between good and evil, creation and destruction, some powerful Asuras side with the good and are called Devas, other powerful Asuras side with the evil and thereafter called Asuras.
Asura as the texts describe many other powerful beings. Secondly, Rigveda never classifies Asura as “group of gods” states Hale, and this is a presumption of Kuiper. Many scholars describe Asuras to be “lords” with different specialized knowledge, magical powers and special abilities, which only later choose to deploy these for good, constructive reasons or for evil, destructive reasons. Asura in the sense of demons. Asura came ultimately to mean demon. Asuras are non-believers of god and believed in their own powers. Greek mythology, both are powerful but have different orientations and inclinations, the Devas representing the powers of Light and the Asuras representing the powers of Darkness in Hindu mythology.
Deva evolves to represent the good in Vedic religion. This contrasting roles have led some scholars to deduce that there may have been wars in proto-Indo-European communities, and their gods and demons evolved to reflect their differences. This idea was thoroughly researched and reviewed by Peter von Bradke in 1885. Indo-Iranian times, was discussed at length by F. Assyrian-driven hypotheses developed over the 20th century, are all now questioned particularly for lack of archaeological evidence. Some scholars such as Asko Parpola suggest that the word Asura may be related to proto-Uralic and proto-Norse history.
Uralic languages all of which mean “lord, powerful spirit, god”. Parpola states that the correspondence extends beyond Asera-Asura, and extends to a host of parallels such as Inmar-Indra, Sampas-Stambha and many other elements of respective mythologies. The concept of Asura-Devas migrated from India to southeast Asia in 1st millennium CE. Asura who become Deva” from “Asura who remain Asura” is intent, action and choices they make in their mythic lives. Further, when they lose, miss or don’t get what they want because they were distracted by their cravings, the “Asuras who remain Asuras” question, challenge and attack the “”Asuras who become Devas” to loot and get a share from what Devas have and they don’t, in Hindu mythology.