Surya is the primary god of the sun in Hinduism. The word Surya is also used simply to refer to the sun, even outside of a divine context. He is depicted as a beautiful radiant man, with hair of bright gold and arms of gold as well. He is depicted both with two arms and with four. When he has two hands he usually holds two lotuses, and when he has four hands he usually holds a conch shell, a lotus, a chakra, and the fourth in the symbol of protection. He is carried through the sky on a chariot pulled by seven horses, one for each color of the rainbow and for each colored chakra.
Remedies to please Sun
■Sun Worship and Offering water to the Sun God.
■Observe fast on Sundays and take salt free food.
■Wearing a ruby.
■Donating Wheat, jaggery, copper, gold or red apparels on Sunday
■Chanting the Beeja Mantras of Sun 7000 times starting on Sunday at Sunrise.
■Wearing One Mukhi or 12 Mukhi Rudraksha