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Indra or Sakra (the powerful one) is the king of the demi-gods and deities, Lord of Heaven. In Rig Veda, Indra is the chief of the deities who has supreme control over horses, chariots, villages, cattle, business (vanijya), etc. Indra (the solar god), sometimes described as golden-bodied, is the purifier of his worshippers, and sees the virtues of both the spiritual and material worlds. Indra is also the god of war, god of thunder and storms, the greatest of all warriors, and the strongest of all beings. He has been the defender of both the gods and mankind against the forces of evil.
Those who worship Indra will be free of sorrow, suffering, and fear, and will develop well in their business life and investments. So, those who are suffering with long-time business problems, pending profit/loss issues, or concern with buying or selling properties, should worship Lord Indra for 40 days. On the 41st day, a Havan for Indra should be performed.