Did Demeter have a husband?
No, she did not. She had loves and many childeren. Some of her lovers were
Poseidon and Zeus.
Demeter is the daughter of Cronus ruler of the Titans. She is the goddess of the harvest and her daughter, Persephone is married to Hades. The mythological explanation for winter was that Demeter was sad for the three months her daughter was required to spend in the underworld with her husband, so the whole world mourned with her.
Persephone is remembered best for being abducted from Earth by Hades, her husband to be, and for the search of Demeter which brought all growing things to die: she is remembered for eating the pomegranate thus splitting her year between the Underworld (death, her husband Hades) and Earth (renewal, life, her mother Demeter).
How do you like the best which part of the story of Demeter-Persephone Loss Search Or Return Please tell the reason?
The return, for although not everything is restored, Demeter (her daughter), Hades (his wife), and Zeus (the harvest of foods, and for his daughter to have a worthy husband) and Persephone (both her mother and her husband) all get a little of what they want, and that is better than nothing in the end.
Persephone is the goddess Queen of the Underworld below, the wife of Hades and above she is the goddess of Spring. Her mother is Demeter and her father is Zeus; making her husband also her uncle, for Hades, Zeus, Poseidon, Demeter, Hera, and Hestia were all children of the Titan gods Cronus and Rhea.
Persephone is the daughter of Demeter and Zeus, making her aunt Hera and Hestia, and her uncles Poseidon and Hades (who is also her husband). She was the granddaughter of Rhea and Kronos, who are the parents of Demeter and Zeus; and the great-granddaughter of Gaea and Ouranos, who are the parents of Rhea and Kronos and their sibling Titans.