Dažbog (Bosnian, Croatian: Dabog, Daždbog ; Serbian Latin: Dajbog or in cyrillic Дајбог (or Дажбог); Polish: Dadźbóg, Russian: Даж(д)ьбог), alternatively Dazhbog, Dazbog, Dazhdbog, or Dadzbóg, was one of the major gods of Slavic mythology, most likely a solar deity and possibly a cultural hero. He is one of several authentic Slavic gods, mentioned by a number of medieval manuscripts, and one of the few Slavic gods for which evidence of worship can be found in all Slavic nations.
Perun - Perun is the Slavic god of thunder and the sky. He is one of the most powerful Slavic gods and member of Slavic trinity (Triglav) together with Svarog and Svetovid. He was worshipped by the Russians until their Christianization in 988 by St. Vladimir I, Grand Prince of Kiev. Idols of Perun depicted him as a large man with a silver head and golden mustaches.
Koledo is a being that can be seen in two ways – as a winter spirit and as a god. Festivals dedicated to Koledo took place in the winter, and the most important one was Koljada that coincided with the date of the winter solstice. Customs related to this holiday survived into Christianity, and some authors consider that Christianity took this holiday over and transformed it into Christmas. In Bulgaria Christmas is still called Koleda, and the greeting used on this day is “merry Koleda”.
Zorya - In Slavic mythology the Zorya (alternately, Zora, Zarya, Zory, Zore = "dawn"; Zvezda, Zwezda, Danica = "star") are the two guardian goddesses, known as the Auroras. They guard and watch over the doomsday hound, Simargl, who is chained to the star Polaris in the constellation Ursa Minor, the "little bear". If the chain ever breaks, the hound will devour the constellation and the universe will end. The Zorya represent the Morning Star and Evening Star
Baba Yaga, as Maiden & Crone. Andreas Johns identifies Baba Yaga as "one of the most memorable and distinctive figures in eastern European folklore," and observes that she is "enigmatic" and often exhibits "striking ambiguity." Johns summarizes Baba Yaga as a "a many-faceted figure, capable of inspiring researchers to see her as a Cloud, Moon, Death, Winter, Snake, Bird, Pelican or Earth Goddess, totemic matriarchal ancestress, female initiator, phallic mother, or archetypal image"
Belobog, which, translated into English, means White god, was said to fight his evil brother Chernobog ("Black God") twice a year for control of that year, with Belobog gaining control of the waxing half of the year and Chernobog control of the waning half. After the winter equinox day becomes longer — Belobog wins, and after the summer equinox it shortens - Chernobog wins.
Belobog - Belobog, which, translated into English, means White god, was said to fight his evil brother Chernobog ("Black God") twice a year for control of that year, with Belobog gaining control of the waxing half of the year and Chernobog control of the waning half. After the winter equinox day becomes longer — Belobog wins, and after the summer equinox it shortens — Chernobog wins. Each equinox has a celebration associated with it: the winter equinox is celebrated on Koliada’s Day (January 6)
CrnoBog - Slavic believed that world was created by Crnobog and Belobog who, through joint effort, brought their creation to perfection. Although during the process of world creation the gods came into conflict, precisely those actions they performed against each other caused the universe to look as it does. Cernobog ruling dark half of the year, opposed by Belobog – the ruler of the sunny half.