The Indian Air Force (IAF) is the air arm of the Indian Armed Forces. “Agniveer” and “Vayu” are not official names of the Indian Air Force, but rather unofficial terms that may be used to refer to the IAF in certain contexts.
“Agniveer” can be translated to “fire warrior” in English and may be used to represent the IAF’s role in defending the nation’s airspace and carrying out air strikes in times of war.
“Vayu” means “air” in Hindi and may be used to refer to the IAF’s overall mission of maintaining air superiority and conducting aerial operations in support of ground forces.
It’s worth noting that these terms are not commonly used in official communication or media coverage of the Indian Air Force, but rather in more informal contexts such as social media or informal discussions.