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Astrological symbol This table shows the astrological planets (as distinct from the astronomical) and the

Greek and Roman deities associated with them. In most cases, the English name for planets derives from the name of a Roman god or goddess. Also of interest is the conflation of the Roman god with a similar Greek god. In some cases, it is the same deity with two different names. Planet Sun Symbol Roman deity Sol Apollo Luna Diana Greek God Hindu God Connection ancient Meaning (European) Solar incarnation God of Prophecy; Helios means "sun." Lunar incarnation Goddess of Hunt; Selene means "moon." Meaning (Vedic) The Sun God Son of Aditi and Kashyap; Surya means "the supreme light." The Moon God Associated with impatience of human nature. Always found feathered on the head of Lord Shiva; Chandra means "shining." A planet god known for his intelligence; Budha means "awakening, clever, intelligent, wise, learned man, wise man, or sage."[5] The mentor of Asuras. Associated with fertility and enthusiasm. Always helped demons in the war against gods; Shukra means "clear, pure, brightness, or clearness." Son of Earth. This planet is associated with unluckiness of brides. Also associated with strength. The Great Divine Mother in Hinduism;

(Helios) (Surya) (Apollo) (Selene) (Artemis) (Chandra)

Moon

ancient

Mercury

Mercury

(Hermes)

(Buddha) ancient

Messenger god

Venus

Venus

(Aphrodite)

(Shukra) ancient

Goddess of romance; Venus means "love" or "sexual desire."[6]

Mars

Mars

(Ares)

(Mangala)

ancient

God of War

Ceres

Ceres

(Shakti)

modern

Goddess of the

(Demeter)

seasons; Demeter means "Earth Mother."[7][8] , (Guru, Brihaspati) ancient Leader of the Gods; Jupiter means "Sky Father."

Shakti means "power, strength, might, energy, or capacity."[9] Mentor/Guru /teacher of gods. Always helped gods in war against demons. Guru means "teacher" or "priest." Brihaspati means "lord of prayer or devotion."[10] God of "Duty". Punishes the person who does not do his duty properly. Saturn (Shani) tests a person every 22.5 years; the test lasts for a period of 7.5 years (Sadesati). The origin of word Shani () comes from the

Jupiter

Jupiter

(Zeus)

Saturn

Saturn

(Cronus)

(Shani)

ancient

God of Agriculture Ruler of the Titans

following: Shanaye Kramati Sa: (

) i.e. the one who moves slowly, as Saturn takes about 30 years to revolve around the sun. Uranus Caelus (Uranos) , (Vasuki) modern Incarnation of the Sky; "Uranus" and "Caelus" both mean "sky." God of the Sea A mythological snake king in Indian Puranas. Vasuki means "of divine being."[11] God of rain in Indian mythology; Varuna means "God of the sea."[12] God of wealth. Kubera gave a loan to lord Vishnu to search for his wife Lakshmi who had quarreled with Vishnu and left their home. Kubera means "deformed" or

Neptune

Neptune (Poseidon) Pluto

(Varuna)

modern

Pluto

(Pluton)/ (Kubera) (Hades)

modern

God of the Underworld and Death; Hades means "the unseen" and Pluto means

"wealth."

"monstrous."