Adity derived from Sanskrit Aditya, literally means the sun. Aditya also means son of Aditi.
Adity आदित्य is only a transcription of the masculine. Aditya आदित्या is a transcription of the masculine as well as the feminine.
The Adityas are, in Hindu myth, a group of sun gods and the sons of Aditi and Kashyapa. Originally, there were seven or eight of them, but their number was expanded to twelve in the Vedic period. As the twelve sun gods they represent the twelve months of the year. The Adityas protect against various diseases, and belong to the Devas, a generic term for divine beings. They are: Ansa, Aryman, Bhaga, Daksha, Dhatri, Indra, Mitra, Ravi, Savitri, Surya, Varuna, and Yama.
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