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Nara is the primordial man. He is also said to be one of the divine twins Nara and Naryana, who represent Man and God respectively. They are shown as great sages, who once performed a great penance. Indra sent his Apsaras to disract them. However, the sages created Urvashi from their thighs. Urvashi was more beautiful than all the Apsaras put together. When they beheld her flawless beauty, they ran away. Indra realized the power of the sages and begged their forgiveness.
Arjuna is said to be an incarnation of Nara.
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