In Vedic religion, Savitr (stem), Savitā (nominative singular) is a solar deity (see Deva) and one of the Adityas. This article discusses the historical religious practices in the Vedic time period see Hinduism and Indian religions for details In Linguistics, a stem (sometimes also theme) is the part of a word that is common to all its inflected variants The nominative case is a Grammatical case for a Noun, which generally marks the subject of a Verb, as opposed to its object or other In linguistics grammatical number is a Grammatical category of nouns pronouns and adjective and verb agreement that expresses count distinctions (such as "one" "Sun god" redirects here For the Ramsey Lewis album see Sun Goddess (album. Deva (देव in Devanagari script pronounced as /'d̪evə/ is the Sanskrit word for "god Deity " In Hinduism, the Ādityas are a group of Devas or celestial gods the sons of Āditi and Kashyapa. His name is in Vedic Sanskrit meanings "impeller, rouser, vivifier". Vedic Sanskrit is an ancient Indian language, the language of the Vedas, the oldest Shruti texts of Hinduism.
Savitr is described in the Vedas as having golden arms, hands, hair, etc. "Veda" redirects here For other uses see Veda (disambiguation. Gold (ˈɡoʊld is a Chemical element with the symbol Au (from its Latin name aurum) and Atomic number 79 He is sometimes identified with, and at other times distinguished from, the chief Sun deity Surya. The Sun (Sol is the Star at the center of the Solar System. In Hinduism, Surya ( Devanagari: सूर्य sūrya, lit "the Supreme Light" Malay: Suria; Thai: A number of beautiful Vedic hymns are invoked in his praise. A hymn is a type of Song, usually religious specifically written for the purpose of praise adoration or Prayer, and typically addressed to a deity/deities He is the god of the Sun at Sunrise and Sunset, and was most often invoked in the latter role in Vedic hymns. Sunrise is the instant at which the upper edge of the Sun appears above the Horizon in the East. Sunset, also called sundown in some American English Dialects is the instant when the trailing edge of the Sun 's disk disappears below
The famous gāyatrī mantra of Rigveda 3. Gayatri (गायत्री gāyatrī is the feminine form of gāyatra, a Sanskrit word for a song or a hymn A mantra ( Devanāgarī मन्त्र (or mantram is a religious or mystical syllable or poem typically from the Sanskrit language The Rigveda ( Sanskrit sa ऋग्वेद ṛgveda, a compound of ṛc "praise verse" and veda "knowledge" 62. 10, being dedicated to Savitr, is hence called Sāvitrī. It is considered to be among the holiest mantras of Hinduism. Hinduism is a religious tradition that originated in the Indian subcontinent.