Rapist Gods In Hindu Dharma

1. Brahma Raped his Own Daughter

📚Shrimad Bhagavatam 3.12.28-31📚
O Vidura, we have heard that Brahmã had a daughter named väk who was born from his body and who attracted his mind toward sex, although she was not sexually inclined towards him. Thus, finding their father so deluded in an act of immorality, the sages headed by Marici, all sons of Brahma, spoke as follows with great respect. O father, this performance in which you are endeavoring to complicate yourself was never attempted by any other Brahmã, nor by anyone else, nor by you in previous kalpas, nor will anyone dare to attempt it in the future. You are the supreme being in the universe, so how is it that you want to have sex with your daughter and cannot control your desire? Even though you are the most powerful being, this act does not suit you because your character is followed for spiritual improvement by people in general.”  (source)

📚Skanda Purana📚
Prajpati (i.e. Brahma) was formerly deluded, O Brahmanas. He desired like a lover of his own daughter named Vac (Speech) joyously. This daughter of Prajapati became ashamed on noticing his lecherous love for her. Hence she assumed the form of a Rohita deer. Inclined to have sexual dalliance with her, Brahma too took the form of a deer. As she went ahead in the guise of a female deer, he too followed her. On seeing him intent on having sexual intercourse with his daughter, all the deities condemned him: ‘This Brahma is committing a deed that should not be done, i.e. attempt to have sexual union with one’s own daughter. Thus they censured the creator and the Lord of the worlds. On seeing Paramesthin (Brahma) engaged in the forbidden act, Lord Hara took up the Pinaka bow and assumed the form of a hunter. He fitted one arrow to his bow. He drew the bow string as far as his ear and hit Brahma with his sharp arrow. Struck down by the arrow of the Annihilator of the three Puras, Brahma fell down on the ground.”  (source)

2. Ashwinkumar Raped a Brahmin Lady

📚Brahma Viavarta Purana Brahma Khanda 10.126-128📚
Sauti said, “A Brahmana lady was on her way to pilgrimage. When she reached a lonely orchard with beautiful flower beds, Asvani Kumara felt attracted towards her. Finding her most beautiful and attractive, Asvani Kumara, forcibly cohabited with her against her wishes. She dropped the focus then and there in the orchard, but a son with the complexion of the heated gold was born.”  (source)

3. Brihaspati Raped his Brother’s Wife- Mamatha

📚Shrimad Bhagavatham 9.20.36📚
When the demigod named Brhaspati was attracted by his brother’s wife, Mamata, who at that time was pregnant, he desired to have sexual relations with her. The son within her womb forbade this, but Brhaspati cursed him and forcibly discharged semen into the womb of Mamata.”  (source)

📚Shiva Purana 5.4.38📚
The excellent sage Brhaspati deluded by Siva’s Mayã had sexual intercourse with his brother’s wife and Bharadvãja was born.”  (source)

📚Matsya Purana 49.17-28📚
Suta said : — Brihaspati, whilst staying on Earth, one day saw the wife of his brother, Usija, who was big with child, and addressed her thus: — “ Dress thyself well and let us enjoy.” She, being thus addressed, replied to Brihaspati thus : — ” The embryo in my womb is mature and is already reciting the Vedas, Thy seed will also not be fruitless and thy proposal is sinful.” Hearing which, Brihaspati said : — ” I need not be taught morality by thee, o sweet one.” After saying that, he carried out his desire by force ; when on the verge of his final enjoyment, the child from her womb cried out to Brihaspati : — ” I have entered the womb first, o Brihaspati, thy seed will also not go in vain. There is no room for a second body in this womb.” Brihaspati being thus addressed by the child in the womb, replied in anger : —  Because on such an occasion, dear to every creature, thou preventest me from enjoyment, thou shouldst see lasting darkness [Dirghatamas].”  (source)

📚Brahmanda Purana 3.74.37-44📚
The younger brother of Usija was the priest of heaven-dwellers named Brhaspati, He had a great deal of effulgence. He approached Mamatà. Mamata who did not like Brhaspati said to him- “T am the wife of your elder brother and I am pregnant too. This child in my womb, O Brhaspati, yells con- stantly practising the recitation of the Vedas along with their Angas (ancillary subjects). You too are Amogharetas (one whose semen never goes in vain). It does not behove you, O lord, to approach me on this occasion or in the manner you think.” Though told thus clearly Brhaspati of great effulgence could not resist the passionate impulse of himself, although he was a noble soul. The righteous-souled Brhaspati did indeed have sexual intercourse with her. Even as he was discharging the seminal fluid, the child in the womb spoke to him. “Do not discharge semen O Bṛhaspati. There is no space here for two. You are one whose semen never goes in vain. But I have come here before.” On being told thus, the exalted sage Bṛhaspati, became infuriated then. He cursed the son of his brother Uśija, though he was yet in the womb.”  (source)

📚Devi Bhagavatam 4.15.59-64📚
Look! The Moon stole away perforce knowingly the wife of Brihaspatī; Indra, knowing what is religion stole away the wife of Gautama; Brihaspatī enjoyed forcibly the wife of his younger; and also he outraged his elder brother’s wife in her pregnant state and cursed the boy in the womb…”  (source)

📚Vayu Purana 2.37.38-45📚
Not desirous of having sexual intercourse with him, Mamata spoke thus to Brhaspati : am pregnant due to my contact with your elder brother. This is the eighth (month). O Brhaspati, this great child in the womb cries much. The son of Aiija that he is, he has learned the Vedas with their six ancillaries and he repeats the Vedic Mantras. Your semen virile too is never-failing. It does not behove you to have sexual intercourse with me, O holy lord, when the period (of gestation) lapses (you may do) as you deem fit. Though emphatically told thus by her, the noble-souled Brhaspati of excessive refulgence did not restrain himself, as he was overwhelmed by passion. The virtuous-souled Brhaspati did have his sexual intercourse with her. Even as he was discharging the semen virile, the child in the womb spoke thus : Snataka (a Brahmana who just had his sacred ablution after completing his Vedic study) shall deposit his (semen virile) here. There is no space here for two. You too are one with never-failing semen virile. I have come here first. Brhaspati, the sage of divine attributes, became infuriated on being told thus. He cursed the son of Asija, his brother, who was yet in the womb: ”You have spoken thus to me on an occasion coveted by all living beings. Since you have spoken thus out of delusion, you will enter a long period of darkness.”  (source)

4. Indra Raped Ahalya

📚Padma Purana 1.54.1-5📚
(I have) told (you) about Adrohaka’s greatness, unbearable to the people. Having resisted (the temptation of cohabiting with) a woman occupying the same bed, he conquered everything. He made convenient (i.e. easy) what was difficult to be accomplished by the wise, and by the celibate sages, and which was difficult for gods, demons and men. Which man, but Adrohaka, is capable of conquering the sexual desire, which is naturally difficult (to overcome)? 0 brahmana, he (i.e. Adrohaka) aloneis a man who has conquered everything. Suresa (i.e. Indra) had vaginal marks (on his body) because of having outraged Ahalyã only. Then again, due to the favour of Goddess (Indraks1), he, became well-known as Sahasraksa (one having a thousand eyes). This is known in the entire mobile and immobile world.”  (source)

📚Shiva Purana 5.4.18📚
Indra, the lord of the gods, became fascinated by Gautama’s wife. That vicious one committed sin and so was cursed by the sage.”  (source)

📚Mahabharat 12.343📚
In consequence of his licentious assault on Ahalya, Indra was cursed by Gautama, her husband, through which Indra got a green beard on his face. Through that curse of Kausika Indra lost, also, his own testicles, which loss was afterwards (through the kindness of the other deities) made up by the substitution of the testicles of a ram.”  (source)

5. Indra Raped Rambha

📚Brahma Viavarta Purana Krishna Janma Khanda 14.45-51📚
Now I am going to narrate the story of Rambha to you, Rambha was born in the land of Bharata as daughter of Sucandara..the king Sucandara gave away his daughter in marriage to Janamejaya along with several riches… The king enjoyed her company at several places. Once the king started and Asvamedha sacrifice. At that point of time Indra stole away the sacrificial horse and concealed himself in the royal palaces. Thinking that the Sacrificial horse would be quite beautiful she went to the stable alone playfully. On reaching the horse, Indra appeared on the scene and forcibly. enjoyed her company. He had sex with her in spite of her objecting to it. After the performance, Indra was fainted and he lost the senses about the day or night. The beautiful ladies coming in touch with Indra ended her life and Indra getting terrified from the king went back to the heaven.”  (source)

📚Devi Bhagavatham Purana 9.40.13-25📚
Nârâyana said :- In ancient days, Indra the Lord of the three worlds, intoxicated with wine and becoming lustful and shameless, began to enjoy Rambhâ in a lonely grove. After having enjoyed her, he became attracted to her; his mind being wholly drawn to her, he remained there in that forest, his mind becoming very passionate.”  (source)

6. Indra Raped the Wife of Brihaspati’s Brother

📚Skanda Purana📚
He went to the hermitage of (Brhaspati’s brother) Utathya. There he saw his wife who was pregnant and hence could walk only very slowly. She was well adorned with a girdle tied to her tremulous hips. The sweet jingling sound of the bangles surpassed that of the inebriated bees and cuckoos. She had beautiful garments of various colours. The beautiful lad was sweet-voiced with beautiful smiles. Her pair of breasts resembled a pair of very fine pitchers. Her eyes were like blue lilies. When she laughed her face resembled a lotus. She appeared very charming with her pale cheeks resembling the interior of a Ketaki flower-bunch. On account of weariness she took deep breaths. Her eyes indicated her pitiable plight. She lay somewhere near the entrance to the hut. She was asleep on her bed. On seeing her, Indra became enamoured and raped her though she was pregnant? The foetus in the womb became miserable and feared that it might fall it out. Hence, it closed the vaginal passage by means of its foot. Thereupon, the seminal fluid of the enemy of Bali became scattered on the ground. Therefore Lord Indra became furious with the foetus. With the edge of the eyes turned red like copper, he furiously cursed him: “O wicked one, become blind at the very birth, since you have insulted me by closing the vaginal passage.” Thereafter, the son named Dirghatapas was born. (Defective Text) Jalata (?) was born from the seminal fluid that was scattered (on the ground) by the foot. Afterwards Indra was afraid of the curse of the sage and he went away. All the religious students laughed on seeing Indra running. Thereupon he became ashamed and went to a splendid cave of Meru. Remaining concealed there, he performed a great and fierce penance.”  (source)

7. Shiva Attempted to Rape the Daughter of Sage Agniveshya

📚Skanda Purana📚
O gentle Sir, I saw the daughter of sage Agniveśya standing in water without any clothes on. She was on the threshold of youth. She was a Śyāmā, with slender waist. She was fawn-eyed. She had ample buttocks. Her thighs resembled the interior of a plantain tree (full, round and lovely). Her breasts were very close to each other. Beauty was gradually sprouting in her body. Her face resembled the lotus that was in full bloom. She could be adequately described only by good scholars and that too in accordance with their intellect and not in accordance with her instrinsic [intrinsic?] nature. Her side glances were like volleys of arrows. Smara (‘god of Love’) seemed to occupy her body himself and struck me hard with those arrows. She was playing as she liked surrounded by her friends. Impatient with love I got down from the aerial chariot and abducted her. On being seized by me and placed in the aerial chariot she lamented loudly for a long time shouting “O father, O father”, O gentle Sir. Her friends were very sad. They ran to the sage and said to him, “Your daughter is being taken away by a certain Vaimānika (‘one moving about in an aerial chariot’). O holy lord, she is crying. Save her. Get up.” On hearing these words of those (girls) from all round, the gentle sage, the storehouse of austerities, Agniveśya, hurriedly came up to her in the sky. “Stop, stop,” said he to me and restricted my movement through the power of his penance. The infuriated sage then spoke these unbearable words to me: ”My daughter was carried away by force by you in the manner in which a piece of flesh is carried away by a vulture in the sky. So, be a vulture now immediately. My daughter, an ascetic girl, has been abducted by you against her will. O vicious one, obtain its fruit now itself. On hearing this I was overcome with fear. I bent down my face with shame. I grasped the feet of the sage. I fell down at his feet and grasped them. I lamented loudly. (I then said thus:) “She has not been abducted by me after knowing (that she is an ascetic girl). She has not been outraged till now. O ascetic, be pleased. Take back your curse. Ascetics naturally forgive those who bow down. They are good people. So, be pleased. Let me not become a vulture.” When I sought refuge in him and bowed down to him thus, the great sage became appeased and said, “My words cannot at ail be untrue. But when you assist in recognizing King Indradyumna, you will get freed from the curse…”  (source)

8. Soma Abducted and Raped the Wife of Brihaspati

📚Shiva Purana 5.4.22📚
The moon deluded by Śiva’s Māyā became lustful and abducted the wife of Bṛhaspati and had his sexual union with her. But he was finally saved by Bṛhaspati himself.”  (source)

📚Shrimad Bhagavatam 9.14.4📚
After conquering the three worlds [the upper, middle and lower planetary systems], Soma, the moon-god, performed a great sacrifice known as the Rajasüya- yajña. Because he was very much puffed up, he forcibly kidnapped Brhaspati’s wife, whose name was Tara.”  (source)

📚Brahma Viavarta Purana Krishna Janma Khanda 80.1-22📚
Sri Krsna said-…Thus the beautiful damsel walked like an elephant, quite slowly, having tender limbs, a moon like face and was quite passionate. She after taking a bath in the river Mandakim was adorned with wet garment. With her mind devoted to the feet of her husband, as soon as she was about to leave for her home, the moon was infatuated with passion at the sight of her beautiful figure and fainted. O lord of Vraja, this moon fainted on the fourth day of the bright fortnight and he retained consciousness. Mounted on the chariot he forcibly carried Tara holding her with her hand and mounted her on the chariot. Getting passionate, he carried her on the chariot and embraced her. Then the moon was found getting ready for a union with her, Tara spoke to him. Tara said- O moon you leave me, O blemish for the gods, leave me alone. I happen to be the wife of your teacher and also the daughter of a Brahmana, I have always been chaste and virtuous. One has to earn the sin of hundred Brahmahatyas by cohabiting with the wife of a teacher. If the wife of a teacher happens to be the daughter of a Brahmana and a chaste one, cohabiting with her earns the sins of a thousand Brahmahatyas. Therefore, lord of gods, you be patient, look I happen to be your mother and you happen to be my son. In case you indulge in such a type of deplorable action, you will earn disgrace and on hearing this Brhaspati, the teacher of the gods would reduce you to ashes. You happen to be the pupil of my husband and are dear to him like his own son. Therefore, sinful one, don’t indulge in this. You leave the mother like me free and protect the dharma and in case you would touch me again I shall shower on you the sin of the killing of a woman. The moon on the other hand, did not listen to the words of Tara and got ready to cohabit with her. At this Tara who was free from passion and was quite chaste, became enraged and pronounced a curse on him, “You would be eclipsed by Rahu, covered with the clouds and would be quite sinful to look at. You would be filled with blemish and suffer from the disease of consumption. There is no doubt about it.” Thus pronouncing a curse on the moon she also pronounced a curse on the god of love, “You would be reduced to ashes by an illustrious person. O lord of Vraja, thereafter the moon caught hold of Tara and enjoyed her company who was crying and sobbing. He took her in his lap and moved from that place. Thereafter he took her to secluded places, the charming and beautiful mountains pools, rivers and rivulets, the beautiful valleys, the flower orchards which were surrounded by the black wasps and the cuckoos issuing sweet notes. He also took her to the flower orchards and enjoyed her company on a bed of flowers. Thus the moon having his body plastered with the sandal-paste, consuming beverages and was so immensely absorbed in the company of Tara that he lost track of day and night.”  (source)

9. Surya Devta Raped Kunti

📚Devi Bhagavatam 2.6.13-35📚
Sūta then said :– “O Dvija! While Sūrasena’s daughter Kunti was a virgin girl, the king Kuntibhoja asked for Kunti that she might become her girl and Sūrasena gave her to the king Kuntibhoja who brought up this beautifully smiling girl. He put to her the service of Agni of Agnihotra. Once, on an occassion, Durvāsā Muni, engaged in the vow, lasting for four months, came there; Kunti served him during that period; the Muni became greatly pleased and gave her a very auspicious, mantra, by virtue of which any Deva, when called upon by that mantra will come to Kunti and satisfy her desires. When the Muni went away, Kunti, remaining in her house, wanted to test the accuracy of the mantra and asked within herself  “What Devatā to call upon.” Seeing the God Sūrya had arisen in the sky, Kunti uttered the Mantra and invoked him. The Sun, then, assuming an excellent human form, came down from the Heavens and appeared before Kunti in the same room. Seeing the Deva Sun, Kunti became greatly surprised and began to shudder and instantly became endowed with the inherent natural quality of passion (had menstruation). The beautiful-eyed Kunti, with folded palm; spoke to Sūrya Deva standing before :– “I am highly pleased to-day seeing Thy form; now go back to Thy sphere.” Sūrya Deva said :– “O Kunti! What for you called me, by virtue of the Mantra? Calling me, why do you not worship me, standing before you? O beautiful blue one! Seeing you, I have become passionate; so come to me. By means of the mantra, you have made me your subservient so take me for intercourse.” Hearing this, Kunti said :– “O Witness of all! O knower of Dharma! You know that I am a virgin girl. O Suvrata! I bow down to you; I am a family daughter; so do not speak ill to me.” Sūrya then said :– “If I go away in vain, I will be an object of great shame, and, no doubt, will be laughed amongst the gods; So, O Kunti! If you do not satisfy me, I will immediately curse you and the Brāhmin who has given you this mantra. O Beautiful one! If you satisfy me, your virginity will remain; no body will come to know and there will be born a son to you, exactly like me.” Thus saying Sūrya Deva enjoyed the bashful Kunti, with her mind attracted towards him; He granted her the desired boons and went away. The beautiful Kunti became pregnant and began to remain in a house, under great secrecy. Only the dear nurse knew that; her mother or any other person was quite unaware of the fact. In time, a very beautiful son like the second Sun and Kārtikeya, decked with a lovely Kavaca coat of mail and two ear-rings, was born there. Then the nurse caught hold of the hand of the bashful Kunti and said :– “O Charming one! What care can you possibly have as long as I am living.” Kunti then, placed the son in a box and said :– “O son! What shall I do? Being afraid of shame, I am leaving you, though you are dear to me as my life itself! I am exceedingly fortunate that I am casting aside this all auspicious son. May the attributeless Bhāgavatī Ambikā, the World Mother and the Lady of all, endowed with attributes, protect Thee! May Kātyāyani, the giver of all desires, feed you with Her milk! Alas! I am quitting you, born of Sūrya’s semen in this solitary forest like a vitiated wanton woman. I do not know, when shall I see your lotus like beautiful face, dearest to me like my self. Alas! I never worshipped in my former birth Śivānī, the mother of the three worlds; I never meditated Her lotus like feet, the Giver of all happiness; hence I am so very unfortunate. O Dear son! I must perform great tapasyā to expiate for this terrible sin, that I knowingly commit in relinquishing you in the forest.”  (source)

📚Shrimad Bhagavatam 9.24.33-36📚
As soon as Kunti called for the demigod of the sun, he immediately appeared before her, and she was very much surprised. She told the sun-god, “I was simply examining the effectiveness of this mystic power. I am sorry I have called you unnecessarily. Please return and excuse me.” The sun-god said: O beautiful Prtha, your meeting with the demigods cannot be fruitless. Therefore, let me place my seed in your womb so that you may bear a son. I shall arrange to keep your virginity intact, since you are still an unmarried girl. After saying this, the sun-god discharged his semen into the womb of Prthä and then returned to the celestial kingdom. Immediately thereafter, from Kunti a child was born, who was like a second sun- god. Because Kunti feared people’s criticisms, with great difficulty she had to give up her affection for her child. Unwillingly, she packed the child in a basket and let it float down the waters of the river. O Maharaja Pariksit, your great- grandfather the pious and chivalrous Page King Pändu later married Kunti.”  (source)

10. Surya Devta Raped his Wife

📚Brahma Purana 4.42-43📚
The lord assumed the form of a horse and approached her as she grazed about fearlessly in the form of a mare. It was in her mouth that he had his sexual intercourse, as she began fidgeting due to her suspicion that he might be a person other than her own husband. She let out the semen of Vivasvat through her nostrils.”  (source)

11. Varuna Raped Bhadra

📚Mahabharata 13.154📚
Hear now, O king, the story of Utathya who was born in the race of Angiras. The daughter of Soma, named Bhadra, came to be regarded as unrivalled in beauty. Her sire Soma regarded Utathya to be the fittest of husbands for her. The famous and highly blessed maiden of faultless limbs…It so happened, however, that the handsome Varuna had, from a long time before, coveted the girl. Coming to the woods where Utathya dwelt, Varuna stole away the girl when she had plunged into the Yamuna for a bath. Abducting her thus, the Lord of the waters took her to his own abode. That mansion was of a wonderful aspect. It was adorned with six hundred thousand lakes. There is no mansion that can be regarded more beautiful than that palace of Varuna. It was adorned with many palaces and by the presence of diverse tribes of Apsaras and of diverse excellent articles of enjoyment. There, within that palace, the Lord of waters; O king, sported with the damsel. A little while after, the fact of the ravishment of his wife was reported to Utathya. Indeed, having heard all the facts from Narada, Utathya addressed’ the celestial Rishi, saying, ‘Go, O Narada, unto Varuna and speak with due severity unto him. Ask him as to why he has abducted my wife, and, indeed, tell him in my name that he should yield her up. You mayst say to him further, ‘You are a protector of the worlds, O Varuna, and not a destroyer! Why then hast you abducted Utathya’s wife bestowed upon him by Soma?’ Thus requested by Utathya, the celestial Rishi Narada repaired to where Varuna was and addressing him, said, ‘Do you set free the wife of Utathya. Indeed, why hast you abducted her?’ Hearing these words of Narada, Varuna replied unto him, saying, ‘This timid girl is exceedingly dear to me. I dare not let her go!…”  (source)

12. Vayu (Wind God) Raped the Daughters of Kushanabha

📚Valmiki Ramayana 1.32.15-26📚
Seeing those lovely and virtuous princesses, Vayu the wind god thus addressed them: ‘I entreat you all to be wedded to me; give up your mortal form, I will render you immortal. Remember youth is passing and youth among mortals passes even more swiftly; wedded to me, you will be beautiful for ever.’ “The damsels listened to the improper speech of the wind god and replied mockingly: ‘O Deity of the Wind, you knowest all that is passing in the hearts of men, but we know what is passing in your heart. Why dost you insult us, O Wind? O Vayu, who art renowned for your wisdom, we virgins by the power of our devotion and self-control can effect your downfall, but because the merits of the righteous come to nought when they cause harm to others, we shall preserve our sacred vows inviolate. O Stupid One, heaven forfend that we choose husbands for ourselves without first seeking the approval of our honoured sire. He is as a god to us and our master, and we shall wed the husbands he chooses for us.’ “The wind god was enraged and entering their bodies, twisted and distorted them. Thus afflicted, the princesses in tears, approached their father for assistance. “The king was grieved to see his daughters in this condition and said: ‘O speak, what has occurred? Who, disregarding justice, has deformed you? Tell me all.’ The monarch was deeply moved by this event and his heart became heavy.”  (source)

13. Vishnu Raped Vrinda (Tulasi)

📚Skanda Purana📚
I am your beloved and innocent wife. Why don’t you speak to me now? You were the conqueror of the three worlds. Devas and Gandharvas along with Viṣṇu have been defeated by you. How did it happen that you have now been killed by a mere ascetic? After lamenting thus, Vṛndā spoke these words to the sage: O excellent sage, O storehouse of mercy, resuscitate this my lover and lord. You alone are capable of bringing him back to life, O sage, I believe. On hearing these words of hers, the sage said with a smile: He has been killed in battle by Rudra. He cannot be made alive once again. Still, out of sympathy for you, I shall make him alive. After saying this, the Brāhmaṇa vanished. By that time, the son of the Ocean embraced Vṛndā and kissed her face with great mental pleasure and satisfaction. Vṛndā too was extremely delighted in her mind on seeing her husband once again. Staying within the forest in his company for many days, she sported about. Once at the conclusion of the sexual intercourse, she saw him in the form of Viṣṇu. Rebuking him angrily Vṛndā spoke these words: Fie upon your conduct, O Hari, you commit adultery! I know now well that you are a fake ascetic. The two, your own gatekeepers, who were shown to me by you by means of Māyā will be born as Rākṣasas. They will abduct your wife. You will wander in forest, miserable due to the separation from your wife. Do wander along with this Lord of serpents, who has now been your disciple. After saying this, Vṛndā entered fire, though Viṣṇu whose mind was attached to her, tried to prevent her.”  (source)

📚Shiva Purana📚
On seeing her husband, Vṛndā too was delighted. She forgot her sorrow. She considered everything a dream. Delighted in the heart and with all the dormant passions kindled up, she sported with him for many days in the middle of that forest. Once at the end of the sexual intercourse she realised that it was Viṣṇu. Vṛndā rebuked him angrily and spoke thus. Fie on this misdeed of Viṣṇu in outraging the modesty of another man’s wife. I have now realised you as the wielder of illusion, appearing in the guise of an ascetic. O Vyāsa, saying thus in great anger she showed her brilliant powers as a staunch chaste lady by cursing Viṣṇu. “O base foe of the Daityas, defiler of other people’s virtue, O wicked one, take this curse from me, greater in force than all persons. The two persons whom you made to appear in front of me shall become Rākṣasas and abduct your wife. You will be distressed on account of separation from your wife roaming about with Śeṣa ‘lord of snakes’ who posed as your disciple here. You will seek the help of monkeys in the forest.”  (source)

📚Devi Bhagavatam Purana 9.24.14-22📚
O Dear! Full one Samvatsara the war lasted betwixt us. All the Daityas were killed. Then Brahmā Himself came and mediated. Peace, then, was brought about and by the command of Brahmā, I gave over to the Devas their rights. When I returned to my home, Śiva went back to His Śivaloka. Thus saying, Hari, the Lord of the world, slept and then engaged in sexual intercourse with her. But the chaste Tulasī, finding this time her experience quite different from what She used to enjoy before, argued all the time within herself and at last questioned him :– Who are you? O Magician! By spreading your magic, you have enjoyed me. As you have taken my chastity, I will curse you. Bhagavān Nārāyaṇa, hearing Tulasī’s words and being afraid of the curse, assumed His real beautiful figure. The Devī then saw the Eternal Lord of the Devas before her. He was of a deep blue colour like fresh rain-clouds and with eyes like autumnal lotuses and with playful Līlās equivalent to tens and tens of millions of Love personified and adorned with jewels and ornaments. His face was smiling and gracious; and he wore his yellow-coloured robe. The love-stricken Tulasī, seeing That Lovely Form of Vāsudeva, immediately fell senseless; and at the next moment, regaining consciousness, she began to speak.”  (source)

📚Shiva Purana📚
Vyasa said:- ”How did the lord Nārāyaṇa manage to deposit his semen in the vaginal passage of Tulasī? Please narrate the same…It was in the guise of Śaṅkhacūḍa that he indulged in sexual dalliance with his wife…Very near the entrance to Tulasī’s palace he caused the drum Dundubhi to be beaten and cries of victory to be raised. He thus made the beautiful woman wake up. On hearing it that chaste lady was highly delighted. Eagerly she peeped through the window into the high way. Knowing that her husband had returned she observed all auspicious rites and offered monetary gifts to the brahmins. She then beautified herself. After decending from the chariot, Viṣṇu who assumed the guise of Śaṅkhacūḍa by deceptive art for the sake of carrying out the task of the gods went to the apartment of the queen…My dear wife, we fought continuously for a year. O lovely woman, all the Asuras were destroyed. Brahmā made us come to a peace. At the bidding of Brahmā the powers of authority were re-assigned to the gods. I have returned home…Then out of joy Viṣṇu indulged in sexual intercourse. That lady began to suspect on observing a change in her happiness, endearment and attraction and asked him “who are you? Who are you? Tell me quickly. I have been enjoyed by you deceptively. My modesty has been outraged. Hence I am going to curse you.” On hearing the words of Tulasī, Viṣṇu became afraid of the curse. O Brahmin, sportively he re-assumed his own real beautiful form. On seeing the characteristic signs she guessed that it was Viṣṇu. Infuriated by the violation of her chastity she said. “O Viṣṇu, you are ruthless. Your mind is likea rock. Since my chastity has been outraged my husband is doomed. O wicked one, being ruthless you are like a rock. Hence due to my curse you will become a rock. Those who call you ocean of mercy are erring. There is no doubt. How was a devotee killed for another man’s sake, even without any offence?” After saying this, the chaste beloved of Śaṅkhacūḍa, Tulasī lamented again and again in the excess of her grief. On seeing her crying, Viṣṇu remembered lord Śaṅkara, Parameśvara, by whom the universe is deluded. Then Śaṅkara, favourably disposed to his devotees appeared in front of them. He was bowed to and eulogised humbly by Viṣṇu. On seeing Viṣṇu distressed and the beloved lady lamenting, Śiva kind to the poor tactfully enlightened both of them.”  (source)

14. Vishnu Rapes Multiple Women

📚Shiva Purana 5.4.17📚
O great sage, Viṣṇu was deluded by Kāma by the power of Śiva’s Māyā. He outraged the modesty of other men’s wives many times.”  (source)

15. Suvarna the Son of Agni, Rapes Multiple Women

📚Brahma Purana Gautami Mahatmya 58.29-34📚
Due to the fault of the mutual intermixture of the semen both the children of Agni (became lax in sexual behaviour). The son Suvarna who could assume many forms, assumed the forms of the excellent Devas and indulged in sexual intercourse with the wives of Indra, Vayu, Kubera, Varuna and the leading sages. If any lady was fond of any particular person he assumed the form of that person and indulged in amorous dalliance with that lady. In some places the son of Agni who had splendid form assumed the forms of husbands of chaste ladies and sported about with them fully satisfying (Cupid). On account of his action Suvarna became contented.”  (source)