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.
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Chandra (Moon) goes around mother earth in 30 days and travels through the 12 zodical signs. Chandra is known as the Lord of Medicinal herbs. He gives his healing powers through moon-crystals(chandramukhi mani) when sunlight gets …
Surya goes around an apamandala(ecliptic path) making a big solar circle around Lord Vishnu’s Naabhi(Navel). Surya holds the other planets in gravitational position in their orbits and they revolve around Surya.
There are nine significant grahas(planets) in our solar system.
Surya(SUN), chandra(MOON), kuja(MARS), budha(MERCURY), guru(JUPITER), shukra(VENUS), shani(SATURN), rahu(DRAGON’s HEAD) and ketu(DRAGON’s TAIL).
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.
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.