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Bhaga is one of the Adityas, a son of Aditi and sage Kashyapa. He is the god of wealth and marriage, and plays a minor role. Hymn [R.V.7.41] is dedicated to him. According to later legends, he was blinded by a monster named Virabhadra, created by Lord Shiva.
In another story, when the celestials conduct a sacrifice without apportioning Havis to Shiva, Shiva attacks and disrupts the sacrifice, and in the ensuing battle, Bhaga is once again blinded. After the anger of Shiva is pacified, his eyesight is restored.
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