The gods of Vaivasvata epoch, sons of Badava and Vivasvat born through the nose and hence Nasatyas
the two Riders on the Horse; lords of the joyous upward action of the mind and the vital powers; twin divine powers whose special function is to perfect the nervous or vital being in man in the sense of active enjoyment, but they are also powers of Truth, of intelligent action, of right enjoyment. [ Ved.
(literally `possessing horses' in Sanskrit) in Hinduism the twin chariot warriors conveying Surya
The twin sons of the sun god and physicians of the gods in heaven.
Twin gods, equivalents of the Greek Dioskouri. They accompanied the sun god in his fiery three-wheeled chariot and were physicians to the gods of Indra's heaven. Among their good deeds, were rescuing shipwrecked mariners, providing artificial legs for the maimed and finding husbands for old maids.