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Each Devas 'heart' is shaped like an artistic representation of the 'Endless Knot', one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols important to the Hindu and Jain Dharma religions. Due to this they were named the Devas after one of the Hindu words for Deity.
The core of the Devas' 'hearts' are made predominantly of the chemical Curium which affords their energy a very powerful bright purple glow.
The Devas command take their names from a pantheon of Hindu Gods known as the Thirty-three Gods [Tridasha] from Vedic origin. The most highly revered command are named, more specifically, after some of the Eight Vasus [material element Deities].
A highly decorated Devas Balor is Dyaus, named after the God of the sky.
The Devas' top Arawn is Vāyu, named after the Hindu God of wind.
One of the chief Devas Ayrmids is Varuna, named after the God of water.
The newly elected Scahach is Naksatra, named after the God of the stars.