In Hinduism, the Vasus are attendant deities of Indra, and later Vishnu. They are eight elemental gods (called "Aṣṭa-vasu", 'Eight Vasus') representing aspects of nature, representing cosmic natural phenomenon. The name Vasu means 'Dweller' or 'Dwelling'. They are eight among the Thirty-three gods.
Vasu is a 2002 Telugu film produced by K. S. Rama Rao on Creative Commercials banner, written and directed by A. Karunakaran. Starring Venkatesh, Bhoomika Chawla played lead roles and soundtrack was scored by Harris Jayaraj. The film recorded as Hit at box-office, it was Venkatesh's 50th film. The movie was dubbed in Tamil as Vetri.
The Vasus are a group of Hindu deities.
Vasu may also refer to:
Usage examples of "vasu".
If Vasu had been missing any of his people lately—the shepherd picked off while guarding the flocks, the child who had wandered too far from his mother, the scout who had never come home—the remains were probably in this cave.
Marit was telling Headman Vasu, who had inexplicably appeared out of nowhere.
The dragon carrying Vasu also landed, both dragons remaining, while the rest returned to the skies and their duties.
Her mind at ease about Alfred, Marit trailed after Usha and Vasu, anxious to hear what they said.
Brushing Marit's tangled, blood-encrusted hair from her face, Vasu revealed the torn mark on her forehead.
It had been the property of the merchant Vasu until his conversion, at which time he had presented it to the teacher variously known as Mahasamatman, Tathagatha and the Enlightened One.
But forget not the blessing of the Enlightened One, whom my second cousin Vasu sheltered in his purple grove.