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Soma is both the name of a god and a substance that is found in Hindu mythology. As a deity, Soma is one of the most important gods in the Rigveda. Soma is also considered to be a primeval being, even by the standards of the Hindu gods. As for the substance, soma is said to be a drink that was originally consumed by the Hindu gods, though it was later stolen for mankind.
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His chief consort is Rohini. Chandra is synonymous to Soma. Chandra is described as a young and beautiful man, two-armed and carrying a club and a lotus. Chandra, who is also known as Soma and Indu, is the basis of Somvaar , which is Hindi , and Induvaasaram , which is Sanskrit , for Monday in the Hindu calendar.
Soma was Hinduism's Bacchus, our Amy Winehouse: they tried to make him go to rehab, he said no, no, no and eventually was shunted out of his duties as the god of all intoxicants, to become the god of the moon instead — a gig no one else wanted. It's a shame that the god Soma was a victim of increased puritanism. Soma was Hinduism's Bacchus, our Amy Winehouse, they tried to make him go to rehab, he said no, no, no and eventually was shunted out of his duties as the god of all intoxicants, to become the god of the moon instead, a gig no one else wanted. From the Encyclopedia Britannica , we know that the stalks of this plant were crushed between stones, the juice filtered through sheep's wool and mixed with water and milk. It was used in a lot of Vedic sacrifices, and after it was offered to gods, the cup got passed around to the priests and the person doing the sacrifice, and everyone got very high, in an LSD kind of way, because it was a hallucinogen. Interestingly, there's also a Zoroastrian ritual called haoma , which is so similar to the soma sacrifice that it's quite possible there was a shared Indo-Iranian mega religion back in the day before the main branches splintered off and did their own thing.