Vijaya Bow During the age of Mahabharat, there have been many great bowmen. It is said that there was no one greater than Karna during this age, though it is highly contested. Born with natural armor, Karna was impossible to be defeated due his excellent bowman skills.

  Gandeev Bow During the time of Mahabharata, Arjun was one of the foremost bowmen in that age. While studying bowmanship from his  teacher Dronacharya, who was impressed by Arjun's talent and impeccable aim, promised to make Arjun the best bowmen in the whole world. 

 Sarang Bow The Sarang bow was made along with the Pinaak bow by Vishwakaram. This bow belongs to Lord Vishnu. Once Lord Brahma wanted to know who was the better archer out of Vishnu and Shiva. He incited a fight between the two Almighties which shook the balance of the universe and made the gods tremble.

 Kodand Bow During the age of Ramayan, Lord Ram is considered as the best bowmen. When his wife Sita was abducted by Ravana, Lord Rama approached the sea. The sea was being unapologetically cruel by not allowing the vanaras (monkey tribe) to build a bridge for many days.

 Pinak Bow This is the bow of the Almighty, the destroyer, Lord Shiva himself. In an excerpt from Ramayan, it is said that Lord Indra had two bows of equal power and wanted to find out which bow was the best one and more powerful. So these were given to Lord Shiva and Vishnu, and both of them were asked to fight it out.