Surasa is a Hindu goddess, who is described as the mother of the nagas (serpents). Her most popular tale appears in the Hindu epic Ramayana, where she is tasked to test the monkey-god HanumanHanuman
SRI HANUMAN is worshipped everywhere in India, alone... on his way to Lanka.
In the Hindu epic Ramayana, SurasaSurasa
Surasa is a Hindu goddess, who is described as the mother of the nagas (serpents). Her most popular tale appears in the Hindu epic Ramayana... is one of the ten daughters of DakshaDaksha
Brahma, the creator of the universe, created Daksha from his right thumb..., who are married to the sage Kashyapa. She became the mother of the nagas (a class of serpents), while her co-wife and sister Kadru She is the wife of the sage Kashyap and a daughter of king Daksha. She was the mother of thousand serpents and was a rival of her sister, Vinitagave birth to uragas, another class of snakes. vasuki, He is one of the king serpents, given high privilege in Hindu mythology. He is depicted with a gem on his head. He is the snake of Lord Shiva and the brother of another snake named Manasa. He is the jewel of Shiva and sits around his neck. He was blessed by Shiva and thus given an important status. He was one of the main participants in the churning of the ocean. He was used as the churning rope and his one end was held by the demons and the other by Gods. His face was at the demons side and thus they were affected by his venom.
Takshaka, Airavata and other sons of Surasa are described to live in Bhogavati.
The epic Mahabharata describes her being born from the wrath of Krodhavasha, another wife of Kashyapa. Surasa has three daughters: Anala, Ruha and Virudha. The serpents descend from the daughters of Surasa. She is thus called the mother of nagas and also cranes; another snake race Pannagas descends from Kadru.
Matsya Avatar was the first Avatar of Vishnu, among the Dashavatara... Purana and the VishnuVishnu
Vishnu is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindus and is a part of Hindu Trinity,.. Purana describes Surasa as one of 13 wives of Kashyapa and daughters of Daksha. The Vishnu Purana says that she gave birth to a thousand multi-hooded serpents, who fly in the sky; while Kadru also gives birth to a thousand snakes. As the Matsya Purana, she is the mother of all quadrupeds, except cows; the serpents are described as Kadru's children.
The Bhagavata Purana portrays her the mother of rakshasas (cannibals, demons). The Vayu Purana and Padma Purana lists do not mention her as a wife of Kashyapa; and Anayush or Danayush take her position as mother of snakes.
The Devi Bhagavata Purana mentions that Rohini as Surasa's incarnation; his son BalaramaBalarama
Balarama is considered to be the joint incarnation of Vishnu, along with Krishna... was incarnation of the naga Shesha, Surasa's son.
As per the Matsya Purana, when the god ShivaShiva
Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ... as Tripurantaka sets off to the three demon cities, various deities aid him. Surasa and other goddesses become his arrows and spears. When drops of the demon Andhaka blood multiplying into many demons, Surasa and other mother goddesses called MatrikasMatrikas
Matrikas, also popularly known as Matara or Matri, is the group of seven Hindu goddesses. The Matrikas include Brahmani, Maheshvari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Varahi, Indrani and Chamunda. aid Shiva to slay the demon, by drinking the blood.