Navagraha means "nine celestial bodies of universe " in Sanskrit and are nine astronomical bodies as well as deities in Hinduism and Hindu astrology. The term is derived from nava (Sanskrit: नव "nine") and graha (Sanskrit: ग्रह "planet, seizing, laying hold of, holding")..
Planets, celestial bodies and lunar nodesEdit
The Navagraha are:
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- Sanskrit-English Dictionary by Monier-Williams, 1899
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