The eighth remains among men as Dyaus, the sky, in the form of the eunuch Bhîshma.
Sometimes this Parganya stands in the place of Dyaus, the sky.
Dyaus, the Sky, never attained the proportions of the formally identical Zeus and Jupiter.
Ushas is a radiant maiden, born in the sky, daughter of Dyaus.
The oldest among the gods of heaven is Dyaus (identical with the Greek Zeus).
Dyaus (dyous), the god of the sky in the older mythology of the Hindus.
Our Aryan forefathers looked up to the heavens and they gave it the name of Dyaus, from a root-word which means "to shine."
Father Dyaus was originally the bright sky and nothing more.
The word Dyaus, which at first meant bright, had lost its radical meaning, and now meant simply sky.
Now, what happened in this instance with the name of Dyaus, happened again and again with other names.