Ganesha, the elephant-headed Hindu god, also known as Ganapati, Vinayaka, and many more, is one of the widely worshipped deities in the Hindu Pantheon.
Nemesis was the ancient Greek goddess of divine retribution and revenge. She was the goddess of indignation against evil deeds and retribution for the same.
In Greek mythology, Kakia is described as a seductress with a curvaceous figure, the goddess of vice, immorality, and badness. In every mythology, there are ...
Resembling many other old mermaid deities, the half-fish half-human female Mami Wata, the water spirit, capable of transferring her form at any time, and re ...
According to the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism, Palden Lhamo is one of the three Dharmapals, the protectors and defenders of the Bouddha Dharma
Lord Hanuman, one of the central characters of the Hindu mythological epic Ramayana, and an ardent devotee of Lord Rama is upheld as a model for all human d ...
Known as the Lady of the open field or the Lady of the Wind, Ninlil is described in Sumerian Religion as the consort goddess of Enlil , associated with eart ...
Dionysus, the master of the vine, was the Greek god of wine and intoxication, passion and fertility, who brought clarity, wisdom, and freedom to the world t ...
According to Celtic mythology, the Morrígan, known as the Phantom Queen, was one of the three fearsome Celtic goddesses, representing the circle of life, as ...
In the Prose Edda, a narrative of Norse mythology, by the Icelandic historian and poet Snorri Sturluson, Loki was depicted as the son of giant Farbauti.
Bastet or Bast was a goddess of ancient Egyptian religion, worshipped in Bubastis in Lower Egypt, originally in the form of a lioness representing the powerful.
Adroa is the supreme god of the Lugbara community of Central Africa, whose tribal territories stretch across Congo, Uganda, Zaire and Sudan.
Described in the Sumerian folklore as the consort of the storm god Adad or Hadad, Shala is probably of non-Mesopotamian origin, since the name Shala.
In Norse mythology, Hel is the only daughter of the trickster god Loki and the giantess Angrboda. She is a part of a highly dangerous and disreputable family
According to Germanic and Norse mythology, Thor was the protector of mankind, the god of thunder, lightning, storms, oak trees, strength and fertility.
In Norse mythology, Freya is the goddess of love, sex, lust, beauty, fertility and gold. However, at times she is also associated with war and death.
Dhumavati was one among the Mahavidyas, who surrounded Shiva to make him frightened and compelled him to allow Sati to go to her parents home to attend the ...
Astarte was a Lebanese Goddess for the lovelorn, fell from the heavens as a star and landed in Byblos, to become the city’s patroness, renowned for her prop ...
Lyssa was not one of the Olympian gods, which means that she existed in ancient times before the Olympians took control of the world.
It is said that the name Sheela Na Gig or Sheela-na- gig or simply Sheela is derived from an Irish phrase ‘Sighle na gCioch’, meaning the old hag of the bre ...
Atargatis or Ataratheh was the chief goddess of northern Syria in Classical antiquity, the period of cultural history between the 8th century BC.
Hecate, the goddess of the night, the moon and magic, known as the Crone Goddess of the Waning Moon, the most powerful lunar phase.
Min the Egyptian god of the desert and fertility, rain and harvest was one of the strange gods and goddesses worshipped by the Ancient Egyptians.
Worshipped throughout Mesopotamia during 3000 BC, Ereshkigal, the Great Goddess of the Underworld, is the only Mesopotamian god who could pass judgment.
According to the traditional Hindu belief, the Mahaviyas, which include Chinnamasta, is a group of ten goddesses, worshipped as different manifestations of ...
Nyx, the ancient Greek goddess of the night, is one of the Protogneoi, the primordial first born gods of the Greek cosmos that preceded the Titans and the O ...
Known as the Goddess with ten thousand names, Isis is one of the most important goddesses of ancient Egypt. Initially she was an obscure goddess. ...
In Greek mythology, Charon is the son of Erebus, the god of darkness and Nyx, the goddess of night. He is the ferryman of Hades, who carries the souls of th ...
Ala is an important goddess of the Igbo people of the eastern Nigeria, whom they regarded as the mother of all things. most African ancient regions have mul ...
Narasimha, the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, took Hiranyakashipu on his lap and killed him during the twilight and killed him with his sharp nails.
Artemis, the ancient Ephesus goddess, has numerous smooth, oval-shaped, bumps on her midriff, which are interpreted by many as her breasts.
In Greek mythology, Pan was the god of the wild, shepherds, hunting and rustic music and chaser of the nymphs. Originally a pastoral god of Arcadia and cons ...
Ishtar, an ancient Mesopotamian goddess of contrasting traits, was known as the female divine entity of beauty, sex and desire the symbolic purveyor of war ...
Cronus was the King of the Titans, who ruled the cosmos during the Golden Age, after castrating and deposing his father Uranus. His functions were connected ...
One of the most iconic and oldest gods of the ancient Egypt, Anubis was the god of death, mummification, embalming, the afterlife, cemeteries, tombs and th ...