The popular name Indria comes from the Sanskrit name Indira. This name is most commonly given to girls and is considered a feminine name equivalent to the name Indra. The meaning of Indria is 'beauty' and 'magnificence'. According to Indian mythology, Indra is the supreme deity of Hinduism, the god of gods. Indra is also the god of rain, thunder, lightning, storms, space, sky, and war. The god Indra is often identified with Zeus in Greece and Jupiter in Rome. For Max Müller, there are great similarities between the Norse Thor and the Indian Indra. Indro, Indera, Inra, Indran, Indraw, Indr, Inthiran, and Indrudu are other variants of this name used in various parts of India. Rigvedic literature celebrates the mysteries and wonders of Indra. This name is traditionally used as a first name. Some sources associate the name with Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess who bestows wealth, luck, and prosperity. She is one of the Hindu trinity goddesses. Indira Gandhi was the daughter of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and a leading figure in the Indian National Congress. She was also India's third prime minister, which made this name common among the natives.