Aditi - Vedic Goddess - Mother of the Gods

Aditi in Sanskrit literally means "limitless" or "boundless”

Aditi is regarded as the Mother of the Gods, the Adityas. She is daughter of of Daksha and Panchajani. She is the consort of Sage Kashyapa.

Aditi is a Vedic goddess in Hinduism and is referred as the goddess of the sky, goddess of consciousness, and also the goddess of the past, the future and fertility.

Consort - Kashyapa
Children - Adityas, Vamana

Weapons - Sword, Trishula
Mount - Phoenix
Reference Texts - Rigveda

Aditi - Vedic Goddess - Mother of the Gods

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