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  7. Note: Depictions of gods would look funny to someone who is familiar with those gods in modern Indian media (TV etc), but Marvel's version can't be wrong as they include all the signature features provided by religious texts viz. 4 heads of Bramha, 3 eyes of Shiva. Update: As I see you are looking for Indian "superheroes" in Marvel, here's the.
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