Rahu, the great warrior who divides even the Sun and Moon in half, is born from the womb of Simhikaa. Rahu is not an actual planet. In reality, it is an intelligent concept unique to Indian astrology.
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Parashurama, warrior with the axe, from the Treta Yuga. He is son of Jamadagni and Renuka and received an axe after a penance to Shiva. He is the first Brahmin-Kshatriya in Hinduism, or warrior-saint, with duties between a Brahmin and a Kshatriya.
Laxmi is a part of the Hindu Trinity of goddesses which comprises of Saraswati (consort of Brahma and goddess of arts and knowledge), Laxmi (wife of Lord Vishnu and goddess of wealth and prosperity) and Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva and goddess of spiritual wealth).
The Dark Mother Kali is a deity with whom devotees have a very loving and intimate bond, in spite of her fearful appearance. She is a fearful and ferocious form of the mother Goddess Durga.
The moon is the mind of all, the lord of the senses and the emotions and those who worship him assiduously lose their diseases and become happy. Among the Nakshatras (the lunar constellations of the Vedic zodiac) the Moon is incarnation of God in the lunar form and his esteem is magnified because Shiva, the lord of Mount Kailas, wears the crescent Moon on His forehead.