Indramon is a Holy Beast Digimon. It is the "Horse" Deva, and serves the Digimon Sovereign Zhuqiaomon. As a follower of Zhuqiaomon, it has an intolerably arrogant personality. When it opens its mouth, only bragging comes out, and it is constantly fussing over the glossiness of its mane and tail. It indulges in its talents, and ridicules those who work hard. Among the Deva, it is on especially bad terms with Vajramon. Though it fusses over its appearance, in battle, it is comparatively unrefined; using the gigantic Bǎo Bèi (宝貝? lit. "Treasure Shell") trumpet shell tied to its arms, it beats the opponent down by wielding it like a cudgel.[2]


  • Horn of Desolation[3] (Adhomukha):[4] Uses its tremendous lung capacity to blow the Bǎo Bèi, generating ultrasonic waves.
  • Bǎo Bèi (宝貝? lit. "Treasure Shell")


Indramon is a purple bipedal horse Digimon notable for its long arms with large forearms wrapped in magenta bandages. It has a long white mane, three red horns, a long tail, and its limbs end in gold hooves. It wears a gold cuirass with spaulders which have bonji on them, a red scarf, a green belt with three gold buckles, and gold anklets. It carries a giant gold conch strapped to its back by green scarves.


Indaramon (インダラモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in Japanese media.


Official name given by the Digimon Encyclopedia and used in American English media.


Digimon Tamers[]

Main article: Indramon (Tamers)

Digimon Battle[]

Digimon Heroes![]

Indaramon is card 6-512 and 6-538.

Digimon ReArise[]

Main article: Indramon (ReArise)

Indramon digivolves from Sagittarimon.

Digimon New Century[]

Indramon can DNA digivolves to Zhuqiaomon with Sandiramon and Pajiramon.

Notes and References[]

  1. Digimon Encyclopedia: Digimon Tamers Cast List
  2. Digimon Reference Book: Indaramon
  3. This attack retains its original name of "Adhomukha" in Digimon ReArise.
  4. Internet Sacred Text Archive, retrieved 08/31/07; Vishnu Purana, Ch. VI: "He who takes unlawful gifts goes to the Adhomukha (or head-inverted) hell; as does one who offers sacrifices to improper objects, and an observer of the stars (for the prediction of events)."