Also known as Vighnaharta (Remover of obstacles). He is the first to be worshiped on all auspicious occasions. He is the son of Bhagvan Shivji and Parvatiji. He has two wifes- Sidhhi and Buddhi and two sons Labh and Subh. He bestoves health wealth and prosperity to all who worship him.
Param Adi Shakti of All Tri Dev known as many different names, including Ma Amba. She killed all Asurs and provided comfort and peace to all Devotees and giver of all divine and material wisdom. She is a protector, like a mother. Around october every year people celebrate her glory for nine days (Navratri) to mark victory over evil.
Bhagvan Shivji and Parvatiji
All pervading Shiv and Shakti is Adi Anadi param kalyankari (Welfare) and Ashutosh (Easely pleasing). He teaches Yog and Dispassion to humankind, dispels the darkness of ignorance and leads to divinity. In order to recreate universe he assimilates everything at the time of lay (Withdrawl) of universe.
Shri Krishn and Radhaji
All charming Purn Pursottam Bhagvan Shri Krishn with his consort Radhaji is adored by people all over the world. He demonstrates super powers and performs mighty feats as a child by killing evil asurs like Kans, Shishupal, Kaliy, Dantvakr, Putna and many more. He also leads Pandavs to victory in Mahabharat about 5500 years ago. Shrimad Bhagvat Maha puran describes all the spectrums of Bhagvan Krushn as a Raso Vaisa Ha meaning supreme nectar of bliss.
Shri Ram Darbar
Shri Ram Sitaji Laxamanji and Hanumanji. Bhagvan Shri Ram descended as a Maryada Pursottam to establish discipline, obedient, one wife example in the society. He killed Rakshas Ravan, Kumbhkarn,Tadka, Subhahu, Marich and many while in exile to protect Rishi Munis and other civilians while fulfilling the promise of his father who gave promise to one of his wife. Story of Ramayan is very well known all over the world and translated in many languages. Laxamanji is accompanying Bhagvan Shri Ram as a descendent of Shesh Nag.
Bhagvan Venkateshvar Balaji
Shri Balaji is a descendent of Bhagvan Vishnu. His grand temple is on the hill of Tirumallai in South India and is worshiped as a remover of all sin and giver of prosperity. Laxmiji and Vishnu bhagvan had a disagreement once so Laxmiji left Vaikunth and came on earth as a Padmadevi. Bhagvan Vishnu followed her and finally married her. For this marriage Bhagvan borrowed lots of money from Kuber (God of wealth), which has not been paid back yet, so every devotee going to his darshan puts some money or jewelry in hundi.
Shri Saraswati Mataji
Mata Saraswati is goddess of Vidya (Knowledge) and music. She bestows her blessings to all devotee who want to study and develop skills. She is also known as Sarda. She is the wife of the Creator Bhahmaji.
Shri Laxmi Mataji
Is the Devi (Goddess) of wealth and prosperity. She came out of samudar manthan and married to Bhagvan Vishnu. She always helps devotees to reach their goals, symbolized as a goodluck and worshipped primarily on the major Hindu festival of Diwali.
Hanumanji is the greatest devotee of Shri Bhagvan Ram and considered as a very mighty, fearless and smart (Budhi matam varist). Worshiping him removes fear and prompts bhakti towards Bhagvan Shri Ram.