GAIAGreek Goddess as Mother Earth
Also called Ge or Gaea. Gaia is the Greek personification of the Mother Earth or nature as a goddess. In the Hindu pantheon she is similar to Bhoomi Devi as Mother Earth one of the five Mothers. Giai is mother and wife of Uranus (Heaven), from whom the Titan Cronus, her last born child by him, separated her, she was also mother of the other Titans, the Gigantes, the Erinyes, and the Cyclopes; hence literature and art sometimes made her the enemy of Zeus, for the Titans and Gigantes threatened him. Gaia may have been originally a mother goddess worshipped in Greece before the Hellenes introduced the cult of Zeus. Less widely worshipped in historic times, Gaia was described as the giver of dreams and the nourisher of plants and young children.
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