One of the most feared and respected Hindu go's is Lord Shani (Saturn), who is also known as Shaneeshwara, Shanaischara, Manda, Konastha, Pingala and Souri. He is said to be the offspring of Surya and Sangya, the daughter of Vishwakarma. Yama, the God of death and the river Yamuna are believed to be his siblings. His appearance is blue colored, he is robed in blue clothes with a gold crown shining in all brilliance. His vehicle is eagle. Saturn is married to Sati, Chitraradha's daughter. Shani's impact fails to work when he plans to trap Lord Venkateshwara. Thus it is believed that those who worship the Lord of seven hills especially on Saturdays will be absolved from the evil effects of Shani.

    One of the most feared and respected Hindu go's is Lord Shani (Saturn), who is also known as Shaneeshwara, Shanaischara, Manda, Konastha, Pingala and Souri. He is said to be the offspring of Surya and Sangya, the daughter of Vishwakarma. Yama, the God of death and the river Yamuna are believed to be his siblings. His appearance is blue colored, he is robed in blue clothes with a gold crown shining in all brilliance. His vehicle is eagle. Saturn is married to Sati, Chitraradha's daughter. Shani's impact fails to work when he plans to trap Lord Venkateshwara. Thus it is believed that those who worship the Lord of seven hills especially on Saturdays will be absolved from the evil effects of Shani.

    One of the most feared and respected Hindu go's is Lord Shani (Saturn), who is also known as Shaneeshwara, Shanaischara, Manda, Konastha, Pingala and Souri. He is said to be the offspring of Surya and Sangya, the daughter of Vishwakarma. Yama, the God of death and the river Yamuna are believed to be his siblings. His appearance is blue colored, he is robed in blue clothes with a gold crown shining in all brilliance. His vehicle is eagle. Saturn is married to Sati, Chitraradha's daughter. Shani's impact fails to work when he plans to trap Lord Venkateshwara. Thus it is believed that those who worship the Lord of seven hills especially on Saturdays will be absolved from the evil effects of Shani.

    One of the most feared and respected Hindu go's is Lord Shani (Saturn), who is also known as Shaneeshwara, Shanaischara, Manda, Konastha, Pingala and Souri. He is said to be the offspring of Surya and Sangya, the daughter of Vishwakarma. Yama, the God of death and the river Yamuna are believed to be his siblings. His appearance is blue colored, he is robed in blue clothes with a gold crown shining in all brilliance. His vehicle is eagle. Saturn is married to Sati, Chitraradha's daughter. Shani's impact fails to work when he plans to trap Lord Venkateshwara. Thus it is believed that those who worship the Lord of seven hills especially on Saturdays will be absolved from the evil effects of Shani.

    One of the most feared and respected Hindu go's is Lord Shani (Saturn), who is also known as Shaneeshwara, Shanaischara, Manda, Konastha, Pingala and Souri. He is said to be the offspring of Surya and Sangya, the daughter of Vishwakarma. Yama, the God of death and the river Yamuna are believed to be his siblings. His appearance is blue colored, he is robed in blue clothes with a gold crown shining in all brilliance. His vehicle is eagle. Saturn is married to Sati, Chitraradha's daughter. Shani's impact fails to work when he plans to trap Lord Venkateshwara. Thus it is believed that those who worship the Lord of seven hills especially on Saturdays will be absolved from the evil effects of Shani.

    One of the most feared and respected Hindu go's is Lord Shani (Saturn), who is also known as Shaneeshwara, Shanaischara, Manda, Konastha, Pingala and Souri. He is said to be the offspring of Surya and Sangya, the daughter of Vishwakarma. Yama, the God of death and the river Yamuna are believed to be his siblings. His appearance is blue colored, he is robed in blue clothes with a gold crown shining in all brilliance. His vehicle is eagle. Saturn is married to Sati, Chitraradha's daughter. Shani's impact fails to work when he plans to trap Lord Venkateshwara. Thus it is believed that those who worship the Lord of seven hills especially on Saturdays will be absolved from the evil effects of Shani.