Samaranganasutradhara identifies Aditi (अदिति) as 'Sri or Lakshmi'. She was daughter of Dakṣa and wife of Kaśyapa, and Mother of Vāmana, the incarnation of Vishnu. According to Rigveda, Aditi (limitless) is mother of the gods and all the twelve zodiacal spirits. As celestial mother of every existing form and being, the synthesis of all things, she is associated with space (akasha) and with mystic speech (vach).
In Vedanta, she is seen as a feminised form of Brahma and associated with the primal substance (mulaprakriti). Shiva Purana and Bhagavata Purana suggest that Aditi is wife of sage Kashyapa. Aditi was regarded as both the sky goddess and the earth goddess. She was attributed the status of first deity in the Vedic culture. She flies across the boundless sky on a rooster (cock), which symbolises strength and honour. Her weapons include the famous Trishul (Trident) and a sword. Aditi rules the Punarvasu Nakshatra.
• Power to overcome all obstacles.
• No mental peace if imbalanced.
• To balance life, this zone must be balanced.
• If while concluding things, we come under stress at the last moment, look at this field for any imbalance.
• Motherlike field.
• If we feel directionless, then check this field.
• If this zone is extended, person will keep searching for Gurus to solve their problems
|Samagri||पूड़ी, स्वर्ण तुल्य वर्ण वाले पुष्प, लड्डू|
|Mantra||ऊँ उतनोऽहिर्बुध्न्यः श्रृणोत्वज एकपात नमः|
|समराङ्गण सूत्रधार||श्रीरिहादितिसंज्ञिका ॥|
|उत नोऽहिर्बुध्न्यः शृणोत्वज एकपात्पृथिवी समुद्रः ।
विश्वे देवा ऋतावृधो हुवाना स्तुता मन्त्राः कविशस्ता अवन्तु ॥
|चिन्ह||खड्ग - Sword|
|हवन सामग्री||लपसी (Porridge), मोदक (Laddu), गंधक वटी (Gandhak Vati)|
|Role||Care Taker, Counsellor|
Aditi challenges the modern idea that the Vedic peoples were patriarchal. Aditi was regarded as both the sky goddess, and earth goddess, which is very rare for a prehistoric civilization. Most prehistoric civilizations venerated a dual principle, Sky Father and Earth Mother, which appears to be borrowed from the concept of Prithivi and Dyaus Pita. Aditi was attributed the status of first deity by the Vedic culture, although she is not the only one attributed this status in the Vedas. She is addressed, in the Rigveda as "Mighty".
Good For Worship, Healing work, Storage of Medicines, Guest Room, Study, Bathings.
If unfavorable - Success alludes, lack of wealth and fame.
Remedies - Do Garbhnyas – Use symbolic pair of Elephants, Lotus, Mangal Kalash, Conch Shell.
The pada represents Goddess Luxmi - The Goddess of Wealth.
Engineer Rameshwar Prasad
(B.Tech., M.Tech., P.G.D.C.A., P.G.D.M.)