Lord Shiva

Shiva is the destroyer who creates a new creation by ending the time cycle.

Goddess Shakti

Parvati, Durga, and Kali are all names for Shakti. She's a powerful archetype that can help you with strength, fertility, and power.

Lord Vishnu

Vishnu is the universe's preserver and defender. In hard times, his task is to return to the earth and restore the balance of good and evil.

Lord Ganesha

Ganapati, the elephant-headed Hindu god of beginnings, is the patron of academics, financiers, scribes, and authors.

Lord Kartikeya

Kartikeya is a battle God who was created to destroy demons, which reflect the bad tendencies in humans.

Lord Surya

Surya (Aditya) is the Hindu sun god. He is the universe's creator and life's wellspring. He is the supreme soul who illuminates the planet.

Lord ChitraGupta

Chitragupta is a Hindu god who keeps detailed records of human deeds and punishes or rewards people according to their karma.

Lord Vishwakarma

Vishwakarma is the celestial architect and craftsman deity. Tvastar was the name of the craftsman deity in early literature, while "Vishvakarma" was an appellation for any great deity. Vishvakarma gained the name of the craftsman god in later traditions.

Lord ShaniDev

Shani is one of the nine heavenly objects (Navagraha) in Hindu astrology. He is a krishna incarnation. In the Brahma Vaivarta Purana, Krishna calls himself Shani, the planet.

Goddess Tulsi

Tulsi, Tulasi (Holy Basil), or Vrinda is a Hindu sacred plant. It is seen as an early manifestation of Tulsi/Vrinda, the avatar of Lakshmi and hence Vishnu's consort.