In this story, we will explore the most influential families in mythology, delving into their stories and examining their impact on the myths.
A legendary Indian dynasty known as Raghuvaa or Raghukula is mentioned in the Itihasa-Purana. It is regarded as a branch of the Sryavaa or Ikshvaku dynasty.
Raghu, a mythological king who shielded Ashvamedha’s sacrifice horse from Indra, is the name of the dynasty.
The Greek pantheon worshipped a race of gods known as the Olympians, who took their name from their residence atop Mount Olympus.
Known as the “Enclosure of the Lords” in Old Norse, Asgard is a place connected to the gods in Scandinavian mythology.
Kuru, which first formed in the Middle Vedic period, was an Indo-Aryan Vedic tribal union in northern Iron Age India.
The Tuath(a) Dé Danann, also known as Tuath Dé (“tribe of the gods”) and transliterated into Irish as “the folk of the goddess Danu,” are a mythical race from Irish mythology.
Themiskyra, a city on the Black Sea, is occasionally cited when referring to the Amazons, a race of warlike women who lived at the edge of the known world.