Who is the goddess of rice?
Mae Phosop is the goddess and the protector of rice. Since ancient times Thai people have believed rice is important for their survival.
What was the name of Indra’s wife?
Indra married Shachi, the daughter of Danava Puloman. Most texts state that Indra had only one wife, though sometimes other names are mentioned. The text Bhagavata Purana mention that Indra and Shachi had three sons Jayanta, Rishabha, Midhusha.
What happens when Shukra is weak?
The ill-effects of Shukra invite troubled married life and disturbed family life, weakness of sexual organs, loss of wealth, health problems, particularly the eyes and kidneys and others. It also leads to the loss of bodily lustre, asthma and paralysis.
Who is the wife of Shukracharya?
In Hindu culture, Jayanti, is the daughter of Indra, the king of the devas and ruler of Heaven, and his consort Shachi. Jayanti is described as the wife of Shukra, the god of the planet Venus and the guru of the asuras. Their union results in the birth of a daughter, Devayani.
How can I please Lord shukra?
Worship Goddess Mahalakshmi and offer sandal paste to the goddess to attract the blessings of Venus in more measures. Chant the Shukra mantra for 1 mala (108 times) or three malas (324 times) or 21 malas (2268 times). The mantra chanting can start on a Friday and grow progressively to cover more malas.
How can I strengthen my shukra?
To improve the good effects of Planet Venus, you should recite Venus Beej Mantra i.e. Aum Draam Dreem Droum Sah Shukraya Namah ! You should chant the same for 16000 times. As per Desh-Kaal-Patra Siddhanta, in Kalyuga, there should be chanting of 4 times so you should chant the same for 64000 times.
Is Allah Shukracharya?
Allah was incarnation of the Guru or teacher of Daityas or demons. Yes. He is none other than Shukracharya. In urdu ,Shukriya means thank you.
Who is the guru of Shukracharya?
In Hindu religion, Shukra is the name of a son of Bhrigu, of the third Manu, one of the saptarishis. He was the guru of Daityas / Asuras, and is also referred to as Shukracharya or Asuracharya in various Hindu texts.