Durga is the fierce form of the Hindu Goddess or Devi. She is depicted with multiple (10 to 1000) arms, carrying various weapons and riding a ferocious lion. She is often pictured as battling or slaying demons, and her victory over Mahishasura the buffalo demon is celebrated annually in the festivals of Navaratri and Durga Puja. Durga's feminine power contains the combined energies of all the gods, and each of her weapons was given to her by a different god.
God of the Day-Caer Ibormeith Celtic(Irish) Goddess of sleep and dreams; and perhaps a less violent version of Mare; daughter of Ethal Anubail, a faery king of Connacht. She often took the form of a swan who lived on a lake called Dragon’s Mouth, and wore a copious golden chain with 130 golden balls on a silver chain about her slender neck.
Cerne and The Goddess - A richly symbolic image depicting the Celtic ‘Horned God’ Cerne or Cernunnoss in passionate embrace with his consort, The Goddess. Cerne is traditionally Lord of the Animals and The Goddess is generally associated with the ‘Sacred Forest’ of all life on Earth. The forest, however, needs animals to spread the seeds and pollenate the flowers., and the animals need the forest to provide food and shelter. As such, neither can survive without the other.
Durga meaning "the inaccessible" or "the invincible"; durga) is a popular fierce form of the Hindu Goddess or Devi. She is depicted with multiple (variously,from ten up to thousand) arms, carrying various weapons and riding a ferocious lion. She is often pictured as battling or slaying demons, particularly Mahishasura, the buffalo demon.
Skandamata, the 5th Nava Durga, the mother of Skanda or Lord Kartikeya, who was chosen by gods as their commander in chief in the war against the demons. She is worshipped on the fifth day of Navaratri.