In Hinduism, Master Hayagriva is a symbol of Ruler Vishnu. He is revered as the divine force of information and intelligence, with a human body and a pony’s head, splendid white in shading, with white articles of clothing and situated on a white lotus. Emblematically, the story speaks to the victory of unadulterated information, guided by the hand of God, over the wicked powers of energy and obscurity.
Roots about the love of Hayagriva have been investigated, a portion of the early confirmations goes back to 2,000 BCE, when individuals revered the pony for its speed, quality, intelligence. Hayagriva is one of the conspicuous divinities in Vaikhanasas, Sri Vaishnavism and Madhwa Brahmins customs. His favors are looked for when starting investigation of both sacrosanct and mainstream subjects. Uncommon love is led upon the arrival of the full moon in August (Śravaṇa-Paurṇamī) (his avatāra-dina) and on Mahanavami, the ninth day of the Navaratri celebration. He is likewise hailed as “Hayasirsa”. Hayaśirṣa implies haya=Horse, śirṣa=Head.