In Hindu folklore Lord Garuda is the ruler of winged creatures and sacrosanct vehicle of Lord Vishnu. Master Garuda is picture as having a head and wings of a bird though his body has a place with that of man. His head is white, red wings, and a brilliant body. He is one of the primary creature divinities. Garuda is the adversary of the considerable number of nagas (snakes). Master Garuda is the child of sage Kashyap and Vinita (Daksha’s little girl). The speed of Garuda flight derides wind. He is a decent courier among divine beings and men.
Sri Krishna and his associate, Satyabhama, are regularly delineated as riding on Garuda when the previous goes to kill Narakasura. Vishnu and Lakshmi are additionally demonstrated riding Garuda. It is accepted that Garuda’s wings serenade the Vedas as he flies around the sky. Garuda has been given different names, for example, Chirada, Khageshwara, Kamayusha, Gaganeshwara, Nagantaka, Kashyapi, Sitanana, Suparna, Tarkshya, Vishnuratha, Vainateya et cetera.
Garuda’s solid situation in Hinduism can be assessed by the way that two old Hindu messages, the Garudopanishad and the Garuda Purana, are both committed to him. The Vedas make a notice of Garuda, alluding to him as Syena, where this strong Eagle is revered as the person who carried nectar from paradise to earth. The Puranas additionally talk about this deed, again comparing Garuda with Syena (Sanskrit word for Eagle).