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|God of Wind|
Anila or Anil (Sanskrit: अनिल anila "wind") is one of the Vasus in Hinduism, gods of the elements of the cosmos. He is equated with the wind god Vāyu, Anil being understood as the name normally used for Vāyu when numbered among the Vasus.
- Gaṅgā Rām Garg -Encyclopaedia of the Hindu World 1992 - Page 479 " Anila  See Anila Vatyayana. Anila  Synonym of Visnu (Mb. Anu. 149.38). Anila  Synonym of Siva (Mb. Anu. 149.100). Anila  The god of wind: Vayu (q.v.). Anila  The 'immortal air', to which at death mortal breath returns, as the body burns to ..... Anila  Fifth of the Asta (8) Vasus. His father was Dharma and mother Svasa. Anila's wife was Siva, by whom he had two sons: Manojava and Avijnanagati ... 1.15.110-15). He attended Skanda's investiture. See Vasu."
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