• (adj): Regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god).
    Synonyms: adored, idolized, idolised

Some articles on worshipped:

Thirupuraikkal Temple - Some History Behind The Temple
... idolic-form was taken by her own sect of Moothan's and is worshipped at Karnaki Amman temple, Moothanthara ... Her other divine possessions like peedom (sitting chair) is worshipped at Vadakkanthara Bhagwathy temple, her umbrella is worshipped at another Karnaki temple in the town circle and ...
Srikalahasti - Legends
... of the place comes from three animals, Sri (spider), Kala (snake) and Hasti (elephant) who worshipped Shiva and gained salvation here ... The Skanda Purana says that Arjuna visited this place, worshipped Kalahastiswara and met the sage Bharadwaja on the top of the hill ... as Bhakta Kannappa), a tribal devotee has worshipped Siva at Srikalahasti ...
Savras - Nonhuman Racial Deities - Dragon Deities
... D) Goddess of learning, invention, pleasure also worshipped as an aspect of Hlal Astilabor (I) Goddess of acquisitiveness, status, wealth Bahamut (also called Xymor) (L) God of good dragons, wind ...
Manasha - Worship
... Generally, Manasa is worshipped without an image ... a tree, an earthen pot or an earthen snake image is worshipped as the goddess, though images of Manasa are worshipped too ... She is worshipped for protection from and cure of snake bites and infectious diseases like smallpox and chicken pox ...
List Of Geological Features On Ganymede - Faculae
... Diameter Year named Namesake Abydos Facula 33.4N 153.4W 180.0 1985 Egyptian town where Osiris was worshipped. 27.7N 189.5W 245.0 1997 Egyptian town where Min was worshipped. 25.7N 147.1W 184.0 1985 Egyptian town where Horus was worshipped ...

Famous quotes containing the word worshipped:

    And William had dudgeon for the sightless beadle
    Who worshipped a God like a grandmother on ice-skates,
    For William saw two angels on the point of a needle
    As nobody since except W. B. Yeats.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Man always made, and still makes, grotesque blunders in selecting and measuring forces, taken at random from the heap, but he never made a mistake in the value he set on the whole, which he symbolized as unity and worshipped as God. To this day, his attitude towards it has never changed, though science can no longer give to force a name.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)