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The planet named after the Roman god of agriculture is Saturn. In Roman mythology, Saturn is a god associated with agriculture, wealth, and time and his reign was depicted as a Golden Age of abundance and peace. He is considered equal to the Greek agricultural deity Cronus. During the reign of God Saturn, all human beings were said to be equal and there were no discriminations.

According to Varro, Saturn’s name was derived from satus, meaning “sowing”. In Hinduism, Saturn is considered equivalent to Shani, also known as Shanaishchara. You can still find the remains of Saturn temple in Rome. Each December during the festival of Saturnalia, Saturn was celebrated in Rome.

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