Top 10 Gods of Hindu Religion

10 Gods of Hindu Religion

The 33 Million Gods of Hinduism. Why Hindus worship so many gods and goddesses is a real mystery for most people. This no 33 million is huge no. we Hindu mainly follow the some of the main gods of the religion. in this blog post we are sharing the top 10 Gods of the Hindu Dharm.

10 Gods of Hindu Religion

1.  Ganesha

Lord Ganesha is the god for the Brain Power. we pray lord Ganesha for the brain power. Easily recognizable as the elephant-deity riding a mouse, Ganesha is arguably he most popular Hindu God, and one of the commonest mnemonics for anything associated with Hinduism. Lord Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha is depicted has having a curved trunk and big ears, and a huge pot-bellied body of a human being. He is the lord of success and destroyer of evils and obstacles. before staring any business we to the prayer of Lord Ganesha. The Festival we celebrate is Ganesh Chaturthi.


2.  Shiva

Lord Shiva is the God of Death and Birth Count according to the Hindu Religion. The most powerful and fascinating deity in Hinduism, who represents death and dissolution. One of the godheads in the Hindu Trinity, and Lord Shiva Also known with different Names like Mahadeva, Pashupati, Nataraja, Vishwanath, Bhole Nath – Shiva is perhaps the most complex of Hindu deities. The festival We Celebrate is also popularly known as “Shivaratri”


3.  Krishna

Lord Krishna is the God of Joy and Fun. Lord Krishna also Know with Kanha and Kanhaiya. The great exponent of the Gita, Krishna is the ninth and the most complete avatar of Vishnu, the Godhead of the Hindu Trinity. Of all avatars he is the most popular and perhaps the one closest to the heart of the masses. The Festival We celebrate is Popularly Known as Janmastami.


4.  Rama

He is the God of Dharm and Nyay and Niti. Rama is also the avatar of the Supreme Protector Vishnu, is an all-time favorite among Hindu deities. The most popular symbol of chivalry and virtue, Rama is “the embodiment of truth, of morality, the ideal son, the ideal husband, and above all, the ideal king. The Festival We Celebrate is Ram Nawami.


5.  Hanuman

Hanuman is the Got of Power and Spirit. Hanuman, the mighty ape that aided Lord Rama in his expedition against evil forces, described in the epic Ramayana, is one of the most popular idols in the Hindu pantheon. Believed to be an avatar of Lord Shiva, Hanuman is worshipped as a symbol of physical strength, perseverance and devotion. The Festival we celebrate is Hanuman Jayanti.


6.  Vishnu

Lord of Center of Every Originating Power on the earth. Lord Vishu is the Lord of All Gods of Hindu Dharm. The peace-loving deity of the Hindu Trinity, Vishnu is the Preserver or Sustainer of life with his steadfast principles of order, righteousness and truth. When these values are under threat, Vishnu emerges out of his transcendence to restore peace and order on earth. Lord Vishnu is the King of All Gods. Festival we celebrate for the Lord Vishnu is Makara- Sankranti. 


7.  Lakshmi

lakshmi also called as the Dhan or Property or Money Power. Goddess Lakshmi means “Good Luck” to Hindus. The word ‘Lakshmi’ is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksya, meaning ‘aim’ or ‘goal’, and she isthe goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual. Main Festival for Lakshmi is Lakshami Pooja in Divali.


8.  Durga

The Mother Goddess — known variously as Durga, Bhavani, Sherawali, Amba, Chandika, Gauri, Parvati, Vaishno Devi — represents the fiery powers of the gods. The name “Durga” means “inaccessible”, and she is the personification of the active side of the divine “shakti” energy of Lord Shiva. Festival we celebrate is  Durga Puja which is last for 10 days every year in different part of India.


9.  Kali

Kali, or the dark goddess, is the fearful and ferocious form of the mother goddess Durga. She is depicted as having born from the brow of Goddess Durga during one of her battles with the evil forces. Kali is represented with perhaps the fiercest features amongst all the world’s deities. Kali Mata Pooja is dedicate to the Kali Mata.


10.  Saraswati

Saraswati, the goddess of learning & knowledge. She is the mother of the Vedas, and chants to her, called the ‘Saraswati Vandana’ often begin and end Vedic lessons.The goddess of wisdom, art and music, she is the daughter of Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga. In school every Friday is celibrate as the Saraswati Mata Day. 


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