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Apsaras ("AHP-sah-rahs") are beautiful, heavenly, and skilled dancers who entertain in the Court of the Heavens.
Apsaras often the wives of heavenly musicians. In Hindu myths, apsaras are usually sent on errands by Lord Indra to break the meditation of sages who are getting a little too powerful. These celestial women are also known for their divine beauty and charming appearance.
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|Books:||Aru Shah and the End of Time | Aru Shah and the Song of Death | Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes|
|Main Characters:||Aru Shah | Mini | Brynne Rao | Aiden Acharya | Sleeper | Meenakshi | Takshaka|
|Council of Guardians:||Boo | Urvashi | Hanuman | Jambavan | Uloopi | Surasa | Kubera|
|Minor Characters:||Pandavas | K. P. Shah | Arielle Reddy | Poppy Lopez | Burton Prater | Brahmasura | Valmiki | Palace of Illusions | Shukra | Gandhari | Durvasa | Shakuntula | Rambha | Ravana | Navdeep | Hira | Jaya and Vijaya|
|Devas:||Indra | Dharma Raja | Vayu | Ashvins | Krishna | Shiva | Chitrigupta | Ganesh | Lakshmi | Ritus | Kamadeva | Varuni | Varuna | Ratri | Ushas | Agni | Brahma|
|Creatures:||Makara | Asura | Chakora | Naga | Rakshasa | Vahanas | Ek and Do | Timingala | Time | Wish | Zombie | Apsara | Yaksha|
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