Daksha type: Daksha is a king long ago, he believed in taking and giving concept, I give you something, you give something in return.
Example: There's this time when there is no way to store water. Every human being on earth, whenever they need to drink water, go the pond and with their hand, they satisfy their thirst. One day a man discovers a piece of carved wood, carved in such a way that it can store sufficient amount of water, so the man experiments and thus water was stored in that piece of wood and then he would carry back to his home. Other villagers living near by also want a piece of wood like that, so another man from the village thinks of making the same by using sand or clay. After many attempt, he makes it that can store water just like that piece of wood. So that person knowing how to build a pot became famous as all people in the village requires a pot so that they could store water at their home and travel less. But since the demand was pretty high, he was not able to cope up with both raw material and work, so he hired people and trained them, asked them to collect raw material. In return to the pot, people of village gave him something in return which is equally valued to the pot and he would also return something of same value to the people who were helping him to make high demand pots.
This was Daksha, the King.
I give you something, you give something back which is of equal return.
Indra type: Indra is a king of swarga (Heaven), He believes in the logic, zero investment, infinite returns. Indra has three wish fulfilling means, Kalpataru - A divine tree where imagined objects comes to reality, Kamadhenu - A divine cow that keep your stomach full, as she have milk always whenever anyone needs, Chintamani - A divine gem, which fulfills all wishes.
Example Continued: The pot builder is facing so much demand, but now he has become wit, he know, how to gain profit from business, he is clear that everything has a price which is determined by its value. He know his pot is in too much in value. He now know, work can be delegated and he can never work and still make profit. So, to increase profit, he increase price of that pot, to reduce investment he uses low quality raw material, does lay offs in his company of pot building, reduces salary of all the employees, he gives less returns to the investors and less or no dividend to stock brokers. He gains much profit but he also faces union problems from his workers, investor are not interested as low returns and no dividends, customer is always complaining and the pot builder is always in fear that customer may buy from other company. Pot builder is now in swarga but he faces too many problems from all around him.
The pot builder above is like King Indra of swarga, he has everything but is still unhappy.
Shiva type: Shiva is a God (Ishwar), He believes to outgrow hunger, He lives on Mount Kailash, there is no vegetation, no food to eat, he doesn't demand anything, nor does he give anything, his eyes are shut, he is an extreme tapasvi (Sage).
Example Continued:The pot builder has everything he wanted but is extreme tension all his time, tension about unions, target to meet, returns on investment, fear that customer may buy from other company, lawsuits, obligations and many more. So, one day he does a extreme thinking on his condition about his life that has become and decides to shut down the company as he is now secure financially. He shuts down the company, employees working for the company loses their jobs, investors have to settle with what they are getting, customers who depend on the pot now have to find a different suitable pot maker. The pot maker now doesn’t get anything nor does he have to give anything.
Vishnu type: Vishnu is also a God (Bhagwan), He also believes that outgrowing hunger will bring peace in mind, but he also believes in other people’s hunger. While he is secure as he has outgrown hunger, he thinks of others who are still hungry and need food to survive.
Example Continued: After some time the pot builder one day goes out on the street, he goes into a village, people there carrying water in a leaf, some carrying in a broken pot, some thirsty drank at the pond itself. The workers at his company knew how to make pots but now they didn’t have pot makers support, they didn’t have sufficient motivation given previously by pot maker. Investors with pot maker’s name, use to give resources but without its name doesn’t give anything as they believed in his product. The pot maker was now observing his subjects. He was now realising that I may have shut down myself but people around have not. He didn’t need anything because he has outgrown his hunger but people around hasn’t yet outgrown their hunger, they all need that pot to carry water to home, without that pot they were struggling. Hence, he again started his company but this time he desired nothing for himself, he desired everything for others. He focused more on his employees as they were building the pot, they need to be happy first, he focused on raw materials because of which the pot had a good quality, he focused on manual work so as to increase employment in his company, his focus was not profit, his focus was his subject, emotions attached with every little thing involved in the process. With this approach profit were following itself without any conflict, even the people who were jealous of this company, now joined with him, because now the pot maker was even thinking about them too.
This is Vishnu, he who converts Rana Bhumi (Warzone: Place where people compete and are satisfied when dominate others) to Ranga Bhumi (Play Zone: Place where people are compassionate about others, they seek knowledge when others oppose and respect their opposition).