Hindu God Shani Bhagavan
Lord Shani or Shani Bhagwan as he is popularly known among the Hindus is the son of the Sun God named Surya and Chhaya whom the wife of Surya, Swarna had surrogated
Yama who is regarded as the God of Death by the Hindus is his younger brother. Once during childhood Shani had a fight with Yama as a result of which he became lame. In the Hindu mythologies he is represented as riding on a chariot that is pulled either by a crow or a vulture with a bow and an arrow in his hand. He is depicted as wearing blue clothes with a sapphire and blue flowers. Some of his other names in Hindu religion are Kruralochana or the Kruradris that means cruel eyed, Pangu meaning disabled, Mandu meaning slow and dull, Asita meaning dark, Saptarchi meaning seven eyed and Saura meaning the son of the Sun God.
Lord Shani is among the most popular gods and deities in the Hindu religion and is prayed in order remove obstacles and ward off the evil. He is an embodiment of the planet Saturn and is considered to be the Lord of the seventh day of the week that is Saturday.