Indra is the chief of the Good (deities) that reside in Indralok (abode of Indra).There are many different stories available in the ancient literature about the origin of Indra.
Rahu and Ketu control over one's courage, action, sorrow, valour, sin and provide for mental troubles and worries in current life depending on one's own past karmas in their past lives. Rahu governs over the head portions, while Ketu governs over one's ears, speech and hearing etc.
Shani (SATURN) is also known as Shanaishchara, Pingala, Bhabru or Roudra. Shani is considered the most powerful planet in the universe and every living being on earth is influenced by the blue rays of Saturn ...
Shukra (VENUS) is known as God of Love. In sanskrit Shukra means Semen, hence, he is the lord of love and sensuality. According to western mythology, Shukra is known as a morning star or shooting star.
Lord Rama is the 7th incarnation of Vishnu. He was the king of Ayodhya. He is the main character in Valmiki’s epic Lord Ramayana. In the epic, Lord Rama is described as an ideal king and an ideal person.
Lord Brahma began creating the universe, as he created seven rishis (sages), he instructed them to aid him in his creation by engaging in procreation. The seven rishis are Vashishta, Marichi, Pulastya, Pulaha, Atri, Angiras and Kratu.
Budha (Mercury) is the lord of the intellect, fine arts, humor and wit. Budha influences one's wit to gain prowess in mathematics and astrology. Budha's skin colour is known to be yellow, according to puranas, and he rides a white chariot driven by horses.
In Sanskrit, 'KU' means earth and 'JA' means birth. Lord Kuja is also known as Angaaraka, Mangalan, Rudhir, Bhauma and Sevvai. Kuja is the commander-in-chief of gods. He is a warrior, who rides a ram and known for qualities such as masculine, courage, bravery and patience.