1008 (997) names of Ganga from Skanda Purana


1. Oṁkāra-rūpiṇī — possessor of the form Oṁ

2. Ajarā — immune form old age

3. Atulā — incomparable

4. Anantā — infinite

5. Amṛtasravā — having the current of nectar

6. Atyutādarā — extremely liberal

7. Abhayā — liberal

8. Aśokā — devoid of sorrow

9. Alakanandā — a tributary of Gaṅgā

10. Amṛtā — nectarine

11. Amalā — free from impurities

12. Anātha Vatsalā — sympathetic or kind to the helpless

13. Amoghā — never futile

14. Apāṁyoniḥ — source of waters

15. Amṛtapradā — bestower of immortality or mokṣa

16. Avyaktalakṣaṇā — having the characteristics of the unmanifest or Brahman

17. Akṣobhyā — unagitated

18. Anavacchinnā — unlimited

19. Aparā — having none greater than herself

20. Ajitā — unconquered

21. Anāthanāthā — protectress of the helpless

22. Abhīṣṭārthasiddhidā — bestower of success in what one desires

23. Anaṅgavardhinī — increasing love

24. Aṇimādiguṇā — having Aṇimā and other gunas as Siddhis

25. Ādhārā — having Viṣṇu as the basis or flowing from Viṣṇu

26. Agragaṇyā — worthy of being considered before others

27. Alīkahāriṇī — dispeller of the false ignorance

28. Acintyaśaktī — of unimaginable power

29. Anaghā — sinless

30. Adbhutarūpā — of miraculous form of appearance

31. Aghahāriṇī — dispeller of sins

32. Adrirājasutā — daughter of the king of Mountains

33. Aṣṭāṅgayogasiddipradā — bestower of success in the practice of Yoga of eight ancillaries

34. Acyutā — never falling from her original form

35. Akṣuṇṇaśakti — of unobstructed power

36. Asudā — bestower of the vital breaths

37. Anantatīrthā — processor of an infinite number of Tīrthas

38. Amṛtodakā — of nectarine waters

39. Anantamahimā — of infinite greatness

40. Aparā — limitless

41. Anantasaukhyapradā — bestower of infinite happiness

42. Annadā — bestower of food

43. Aśeṣadevatāmūrti — having the forms of the entire host of Devas

44. Aghorā — mild in form

45. Amṛtarūpiṇī — having a nectarine form

46. Avidyājālaśamanī — destroyer of the snare of Avidyā or Dispeller of multitude of illusions

47. Apratarkyagatipradā — bestower of a goal beyond imagination

48. Aśeṣavighnasaṁhartrī — destroyer of the entire collection of hindrances

49. Aśeṣaguṇaguṁphitā — pervaded by all good qualities

50. Ajñānatimirajyotiḥ — luminary dispelling the darkness of ignorance

51. Anugrahaparāyaṇā — eager to bless

52. Abhirāmā — one in whom Yogins take delight

53. Anavadyāṅgī — of blemishless limbs

54. Anantasārā — of infinite power

55. Akalaṅkinī — free of stigma

56. Ārogyadā — bestower of health

57. Ānandavallī — a creeper of bliss

58. Āpannārtivināśinī — destroyer of distress of her devotees

59. Āścarya-mūrti — miraculous in form

60. Āyuṣyā — conducive to longevity

61. Āḍhyā — perfect

62. Ādyā — primordial one

63. Āprā — one that fills the surroundings

64. Āryasevitā — served by noble ones

65. Āpyāyinī — causing fullness

66. Āptavidyā — one who has attained all lores

67. Ākhyā — renowned

68. Ānandā — blissful

69. Āśvāsadāyinī — console

70. Ālasyaghnī — destroyer of indolence

71. Āpadāṁhantrī — dispeller of adversities

72. Ānandāmṛta-varṣiṇī — showerer of nectarine bliss

73. Īrāvatī — identical with the river Irāvatī or possessor of food, or giver of enjoyments

74. Iṣṭadātrī — bestower of what is desired

75. Iṣṭā — the adored one

76. Iṣṭāpūrtaphalapradā — bestower of the benefits of sacrifices (iṣṭa) and social services (pūrta)

77. Itihāsaśrutīḍyārthā — One whose purpose is praised by Itihāsas and Śrutis

78. Ihāmutra-śubha-pradā — bestower of auspiciousness here and hereafter

79. Ijāśīla-samijyeṣthā — honoured by those who regularly perform Yajñas and those who realize Brahman

80. Indrādi-parivanditā — respectfullybowed to by Indra and others

81. Ilālaṅkāra-mālā — a necklace adorning the earth

82. Iddhā — self-luminous

83. Indirā-ramya-mandirā — having Lakṣmī as her abode and resting place

84. It — One in the form of knowledge

85. Indirādi-saṁsevyā — worthy of being served by Lakṣmī and others

86. Īśvarī — One who controles and rules

87. Īśvara-vallabhā — endearing to the Lord

88. Ītibhītiharā — One who removes the fear due to excess of rain, drought etc.

89. Īḍyā — worthy of eulogy

90. Īḍanīya-caritra-bhṛt — having adorable conduct

91. Utkṛṣṭa-śakti — of excellent power of Viṣṇu’s Utkṛṣṭa power

92. Utkṛṣṭā — the excellent one

93. Uḍupa-maṇḍala-cāriṇī — moving about in the Lunar Zone

94. Uditāmbara-mārgā — One by whom the eternal path is made to rise

95. Usrā — brilliant goddess

96. Uraga-loka-vihāriṇī — One sporting about in the world of serpents

97. Ukṣā — One who sprinkles fruition

98. Urvarā — fertile one

99. Utpalā — identical with the lotus

100. Utkuṁbhā — One who makes pots purified

101. Upendra-caraṇa-dravā — the water flowing from the feet of Viṣṇu

102. Udaṇvat-pūrti-hetu — cause of filling the ocean

103. Udārā — liberal

104. Utsāha-pravardhinī — One who enhances enthusiasm

105. Udvegaghnī — destroyer of anguish

106. Uṣṇa-śamanī — suppressor of heat and distress

107. Uṣṇa-raśmi-sutā-priyā — beloved of Yamunā, the daughter of the Sun-god

108. Utpatti-sthiti-saṁhāra-kāriṇī — the cause of origin, sustenance and annihilation of the Universe

109. Upari-cāriṇī — moving above in the sky

110. Urjam-vahantā — identical with the mantra beginning with “ūrjaṁ vahantīramṛtam” etc. - VS 2.34: or sustainer of energy and power

111. Ūrja-dharā — upholder of strength

112. Ūrjāvatī — possessor of energy

113. Ūrmi-mālinī — having garland of waves

114. Ūrdhva-retaḥ-priyā — beloved of Ūrdhva-retas i.e., sages or god Śiva

115. Ūrdhvādhvā — whose path is above in the sky

116. Ūrmilā — having waves

117. Ūrdhva-gati-pradā — bestower of the goal above viz. Svarga or Mokṣa

118. Ṛṣi-vṛnda-stutardhī — One whose prosperity is eulogized by groups of sages

119. Ṛṇatraya-vināśinī — destroyer of the three types of indebtedness to Devas, Sages and the Pitṛs

120. Ṛtambharā — upholder of the Truth

121. Ṛddhi-dātrī — bestower of prosperity

122. Ṛk-svarūpā — of the form of Ṛks

123. Ṛju-priyā — beloved of the straightforward

124. Ṛkṣamārgavahā — flowing through the path of the Stars

125. Ṛkṣārciḥ — having the stellar brilliance

126. Ṛjumārga-pradarśinī — guide to the morally straight path i.e., the path to Mokṣa

127. Edhitākhila-dharmārthā — One who has enhanced the piety and riches of every one

128. Ekā — the sole or the important One

129. Ekāmṛtadāyinī — the bestower of single immortal Brahman

130. Edhanīya-svabhāvā — One whose nature is to develop continuously

131. Ejyā — worthy of being venerated

132. Ejitāśeṣapātakā — One who has made all sins tremble

133. Aiśvaryadā — bestower of prosperity and mastery

134. Aiśvarya-rupā — One in the form of prosperity

135. Aitihyam — tradition, mythological truth — regarded as one of the Pramāṇas

136. Aindavīdyuti — of Lunar lustre

137. Ojasvinī — having energetic power

138. Oṣadhīkṣetram — identical with the field of medicinal plants

139. Ojodā — the bestower of energy

140. Odana-dāyinī — bestower of cooked rice

141. Oṣṭhāmṛtā — of nectarine lips — sweet in speech

142. Aunnatya-dātrī — bestower of a high position

143. Auṣadham-bhavarogiṇām — medicine unto the sufferer from the ailment of wordly existence of Saṁsāra

144. Audārya-cañcurā — adept in munificent distribution

145. Aupendrī — identical with Lakṣmī

146. Augrī — having the ferocious power of annihilation

147. Aumeya-rupiṇī — One in the form of Umā

148. Aṁbarādhvavahā — flowing through the celestial path

149. Aṁbaṣṭhā — stationed among the devotees of Viṣṇu

150. Aṁbaramālā — a garland unto the sky

151. Aṁbujekṣaṇā — having lotuses for the eyes

152. Aṃbikā — one in the forms of Durgā; Mother Divine

153. Aṁbumahāyonī — the primary cause of water

154. Andhodā — bestower of food

155. Andhaka-hāṛiṇī — remover of ignorance

156. Aṁśumālā — a garland of rays

157. Aṁśumatī — endowed with brilliance

158. Angīkṛta-ṣaḍānanā — One who has adopted the Six-faced Lord as her son

159. Andhatāmisrahantrī — One that wards off from the hell Andhatāmisra

160. Andhuḥ — identical with the Dharma-kūpa well

161. Añjanā — identical with Avidyā or Hanumān’s mother

162. Añjanāvatī — possessing Avidyā

163. Kalyāṇakāriṇī — the cause of welfare

164. Kāmyā — worthy of being desired

165. Kamalotpalagandhinī — having the fragrance of lotuses and lilies

166. Kumudvatī — having lilies

167. Kamalinī — having lotuses

168. Kānti — possessing Lunar splendour

169. Kalpitadāyinī — the bestower of cherished desire

170. Kāñcanākṣī — golden-eyed

171. Kāmadhenu — identical with the divine cow

172. Kīrtikṛt — one who causes renown

173. Kleśanāśinī — destroyer of the five types of Kleśa—pain

174. Kratuśreṣṭhā — superior to sacrifices

175. Kratuphalā — yielding the same benefit as that of a sacrifice

176. Karmabandha-vibhedinī — destroyer of the bondage of karmas

177. Kamalākṣī — lotus-eyed

178. Klama-harā — One who dispels fatigue

179. Kṛśānu-tapana-dyuti — having the lustre of fire and the Sun

180. Karuṇārdrā — melting i.e., full of compassion

181. Kalyāṇī — One who is endowed with welfare

182. Kalikalmaṣa-nāśinī — destoyer of the sins of the Kali Age

183. Kāmarūpā — having the ability to asume any desired form

184. Kriyāśakti — having the power of action

185. Kamalotpalamālinī — having the garland of lotuses and lilies

186. Kūṭasthā — stationed in Avidyā

187. Karuṇā — mercy personified

188. Kāntā — dignified and dazzling

189. Kūrmayānā — having the tortoise as her vehicle

190. Kalāvatī — endowed with Kalās

191. Kamalā — of the form of Lakṣmī

192. Kalpalatikā — wish-yielding creeper like the divine tree

193. Kālī — having the form of Kālī

194. Kaluṣavairinī — destroyer of sins

195. Kamanīyajalā — having desirable or beautiful waters

196. Kamrā — a lover of Śantanu, the beautiful

197. Kapardisukapardagā — stationed in the matted hairs of Kapardin (i.e. Śiva)

198. Kālakūta-praśamanī — One who subdues even the Kālakūṭa poison

199. Kadamba-kusuma-priyā — fond of the Kadamba flowers

200. Kālilndī — of the form Kālindī

201. Kelilalitā — beautiful in her sports

202. Kala-kallola-mālikā — having garlands of waves producing pleasing sounds

203. Krānta-loka-trayā — one who has transcended the three worlds

204. Kaṇḍūḥ — One who destroys Avidyā

205. Kaṇdu-tanaya-vatsalā — fond of the son of Kaṇḍu i.e., Mārkaṇḍeya

206. Khaḍginī — wielding a sword

207. Khadga-dhārābhā — having the lustre of the edge of a sword

208. Khagā — flowing through the firmament

209. Khaṇḍendu-dhāriṇī — adorned by the crescent Moon

210. Khe-khela-gāminī — one who moves playfully through the sky

211. Khasthā — One stationed in the firmament or Brahman

212. Khaṇḍendu-tilaka-priyā — beloved of the Lord having the crescent Moon as Tilaka mark on the forehead

213. Khecarī — moving in the firmament

214. Khecarī-vandyā — worthy of the salutation of the celestial women

215. Khyātiḥ — One in the form of renown

216. Khyāti-pradāyinī — One who bestows renown

217. Khaṇḍita-praṇatāghaughā — One who splits asunder the multitude of sins of those who bow down to her!

218. Khala-buddhi-vināśinī — One who destroys the evil intention of rogues

219. Khātainaḥ-kandasandohā — One who has uprooted the multitude of the bulbous roots of sins

220. Khaḍga-khaṭvāṅga-kheṭinī — One who plays with swords, Khaṭvāṅgas and Kheṭas as weapons

221. Khara-santāpaśamanī — One who suppresses fierce heat

222. Khaniḥ-pīyūṣa-pāthasām — One source of nectar like water

223. Gaṅgā — One flowing in the sky

224. Gandhavatī — sweet-smelling or of the form of the earth

225. Gaurī — Gaurī i.e., Pārvatī or the wife of the Lord of waters

226. Gandharva-nagara-priyā — fond of the cities of Gandharvas

227. Gaṁbhīrāṅgī — having majestic limbs

228. Guṇamayī — equipped with high qualities

229. Gatātaṅkā — One who is devoid of extreme fright

230. Gati-priyā — fond of the highest goal

231. Gaṇanāthāṁbikā — mother of Gaṇeśa

232. Gītā — One who is sung about

233. Gadya-padya-pariṣṭutā — One who is eulogized in prose and poetry

234. Gāndhārī — One who supports the earth

235. Garbha-śamanī — One who suppresses future rebirth

236. Gati-bhraṣṭa-gati-pradā — One who bestows salvation to those who are fallen from the path of salvation

237. Gomatī — identical with the river Gomatī

238. Guhyavidyā — identical with the knowledge of Brahman

239. Gauḥ — identical with the cow, the earth, the Veda, speech or the heaven

240. Goptrī — One who protects

241. Gagana-gāminī — going through the sky

242. Gotra-pravardhinī — One who makes the Gotra flourish

243. Guṇyā — One beneficial to the Guṇas

244. Guṇātītā — One who transcends the Guṇas

245. Guṇāgraṇīḥ — One who controls the Guṇas

246. Guhāṃbikā — mother of Guha or Skanda

247. Girisutā — the daughter of the Mountain

248. Govindāṅghri-samudbhavā — originating form the feet of Govinda

249. Guṇanīya-caritrā — One whose conduct is to be meditated upon

250. Gāyatrī — identical with the Mantra, Gāyatrī or one who protects those who sing her glory

251. Giriśa-priyā — beloved of Lord Śiva

252. Gūḍha-rūpā — One whose real form is concealed

253. Guṇavatī —- One possessing Guṇas

254. Gurvī — the great or mighty One

255. Gauravavardhinī — One of enhancing majesty

256. Grahapīḍāharā — One who removes the adverse afflictions from Planets

257. Gundrā — identical with the Mustā plant or destroyer of Avidyā

258. Garaghnī — destroyer of poisons

259. Gānavatsalā — One fond of music

260. Gharma-hantrī — destroyer of heat

261. Ghṛtavatī — One having ghee-like waters

262. Gḥṛta-tuṣṭi-pradāyinī — One who bestows the satisfaction through ghee

263. Ghaṇtā-rava-priyā — One fond of the jingling sound of bells

264. Ghorāghaugha-vidhvaṁsa-kāriṇī — One who destoys terrible mass of sins

265. Ghrāṇatuṣṭikarī — One who gives satisfaction to the sense of smell

266. Ghoṣā — identical with the majestic sound of the streams or One producing the jingling sound of various ornaments

267. Ghanānandā — One who has excessive bliss

268. Ghanapriyā — One fond of clouds

269. Ghātukā — One destroying sins

270. Ghūrṇita-jalā — One whose waters are whirled up

271. Ghṛṣṭa-pātaka-santati — One who has crushed series of sins

272. Ghaṭakoṭi-prapītāpā — One whose waters are drunk through millions of pots

273. Ghaṭitāśeṣa-maṅgalā — One who has made all the auspicious things happen

274. Ghṛnāvatī — One endowed with compassion

275. Ghṛṇanidhi — storehouse of mercy

276. Ghasmarā — devourer of everything

277. Ghūkanādinī — having the sounds produced by owls

278. Ghusṛṇā-piñjaratanu — One whose form is slightly yellowish in hue due to the unguents

279. Ghargharā — identical with the eddy names Ghargara

280. Ghargara-svanā — making the sound “Ghargara” or the sound of the eddy of the name “Ghargara”

281. Candrikā — identical with the moon-light

282. Candrakāntāmbu — having the aters like lunar stones

283. Cañcadāpā — having flowing waters

284. Caladyuti — having glitering and sparkling lustre

285. Cinmayī — identical with the Supreme Knowledge

286. Citirūpā — having the form of blissful consciousness

287. Candrāyutaśatānanā — having the face resembling millions of moons

288. Cāṁpeyalocanā — having the eyes resembling the Cāmpeya flowers

289. Cāru — beautiful

290. Cārvaṅgī — having beautiful limbs

291. Cārugāminī — flowing beautifully

292. Cāryā — worthy of being realized through Upaniṣads

293. Cāritranilayā — receptacle of good behavior

294. Citrakṛt — creating the diverse kinds of worlds

295. Citrarūpiṇī — having wonderfully variegated form

296. Campūḥ — in the form of Caṁpū form of literary composition or Caṁpaka flowers

297. Candana-śucyaṁbu — having water as sweet-smelling as sandal

298. Carcanīyā — worthy of being pondered over

299. Cirasthirā — long-standing and firm

300. Cāru-caṁpaka-mālāḍhyā — rich with garlands of excellent Caṁpaka flowers

301. Camitāśeṣa-duṣkṛtā — One who has swallowed sins entirely

302. Cidākāśavahā — she who takes to the firmament of consciousness

303. Cintyā — worthy of being pondered over

304. Cañcat — that which is sparkling, self luminous

305. Coritāśeṣa-vṛjinā — One by whom the entire mass of sins has been stolen away

306. Caritāśeṣa-maṇḍalā — One by whom the entire range of worlds has been traversed

307. Cheditākhila-pāpaughā — One by whom wll the mass of sins have been chopped off

308. Chadmaghnī — One who destroys all fraudulent practices or ignorance

309. Chala-hāriṇī — One who removes the fraudulent ignorance

310. Channa-triviṣṭa-paṭalā — One by whom the surface of heaven has been pervaded

311. Choṭitāśeṣa-bandhanā — One by whom the entire range of bondage has been removed

312. Churitāmṛta-dhāraughā — One by whom the current of ambrosia has been caused to flow

313. Chinnaināḥ — One by whom sins have been eradicated

314. Chandagāminī — One who flows at will independently

315. Chatrīkṛta-marālaughā — One who has made flocks of swans into a big umbrella

316. Chatīkṛta-nijāmṛtā — One by whom her own Amṛta-like water has been displayed together

317. Jāhnavī — Jahnu’s daughter

318. Jyā — One who resembles bowstring

319. Jagan-mātā — mother of the universe

320. Japyā — worthy of being eulogized by Japas

321. Jaṅghāla-vīcikā — having rapid waves

322. Jayā — ever victorious

323. Janārdanaprītā — propitiated by Janārdana

324. Juṣaṇīyā — worthy of being resorted to

325. Jagad-hitā — One benevolent to the worlds

326. Jīvanam — cause of livelihood

327. Jīvana-prāṇā — One who is essentially vital to the living beings through water

328. Jagat — identical with the universe

329. Jyeṣṭhā — the primordial One

330. Jaganmayī — of the form of the universe

331. Jīva-jīvātulatikā — the life-giving medicinal creeper unto all living beings

332. Janmi-janma-nibarhiṇī — One who eradicates rebirth of all living beings destined to be reborn

333. Jāḍya-vidvaṁsana-karī — One who destroys sluggishness

334. Jagadyoni — the cause of origin of the universe

335. Jalāvilā — turbid with water

336. Jagadānanda-jananī — causeing delight to the universe

337. Jalajā — born of Viṣṇu

338. Jalajekṣaṇī — lotus-eyed One

339. Janalocanapīyūṣā — ambrosia unto the eyes of the people

340. Jaṭātaṭa-vihāriṇī — sporting about in the matted hairs of Śiva

341. Jayantī — victorious

342. Jañjapūkaghnī — destroyer of sins

343. Janita-jñāna-vigrahā — one who creates the figure of knowledge

344. Jhallarī-vādya-kuśalā — One clever in playing on the musical instrument Jhallarī

345. Jhalajjhāla-jalāvṛtā — full of waters producing the sound “Jhalajjhāla-jhālā”

346. Jhiṇṭīśavandyā — worthy of being adorned by Jhiṇṭīśa — a form of Śiva

347. Jhaṅkārakāriṇī — producing the sound of Jhaṅkāra

348. Jharjharāvatī — producing the sound of Jharjhara

349. Ṭīkitāśeṣa-pātālā — One who has traversed through the entire region of Pātāla

350. Ṭaṅkikāinodri-pāṭane — functioning like a chisel in annihilating the mountain of sins

351. Ṭaṅkāra-nṛtyat-kallolā — having waves dancing with the sound of Ṭaṅkāra

352. Ṭīkanīya-mahātaṭā — having greatbanks worthy of being served

353. Ḍaṁbara-pravāhā — flowing rapidly

354. Ḍīna-rājahaṁsa-kulākulā — occupied by flights of royal swans

355. Ḍamaḍ-ḍamaru-hastā — having Ḍamaru producing “Ḍam” sound in the hands

356. Ḍāmarokta-mahāṇḍakā — having the great mantra-body Mahāṇḍaka as mentioned in the Ḍāmara scripture

357. Ḍhaukitāśeṣa-nirvāṇā — one who has brought all types of salvation within the reach of devotees

358. Ḍhakkā-nādacalajjalā — having wave of water moving and producing the sound of the drum Ḍhakkā

359. Ḍhuṇḍhi-vighneśa-jananī — mother of god Ḍhuṇḍhi-vighneśvara

360. Ḍhaṇaḍ-ḍhuṇita-pātakā — One who removes sins producing the sound “Ḍhaṇat”

361. Tarpaṇī — causing delight and satisfaction unto all

362. Tīrtha-tīrthā — Tīrtha of all Tīrthas

363. Tripathā — having three worlds as pathways

364. Tridaśeśvarī — Goddess of Devas

365. Trilokagoptrī — One who protects the three worlds

366. Toyeśī — Goddess of waters

367. Trailokya-parivanditā — honoured and adored by all the three worlds

368. Tāpa-tritaya-saṁhartrī — One who eradicates the three types of distress

369. Tejobala-vivardhinī — One who enhances brilliance and strength

370. Trilakṣyā — manifest in three worlds

371. Tāraṇī — One who redeems all

372. Tārā — identical with Oṁkāra or with tārā, one of the five eternal Kanyās

373. Tārāpati-karārcitā — worshipped with the rays of the Moon

374. Traīlokya-pāvanī-puṇyā — holiest of the rivers sanctifying the three worlds

375. Tuṣṭidā — One who bestows satisfaction

376. Tuṣṭirūpiṇī — One who destroys avidity

377. Tṛṣṇācchetrī — One who destroys desires

378. Tīrthamātā — mother of all the Tīrthas

379. Trīvikrama-padodbavā — arising from the foot of Lord Viṣṇu

380. Tapomayī — identical with austerities

381. Taporūpā — having the form of austerities

382. Tapaḥstoma-phalapradā — One who bestows the fruit of penance

383. Trailokya-vyāpinī — One who pervades the three worlds

384. Tṛpti — identical with satisfaction

385. Tṛptikṛt — One who causes satisfaction

386. Tattva-rūpiṇī — identical with reality

387. Trailokya-sundarī — charming in the three worlds

388. Turyā — the fourth state beyond wakefulness, dream and sleep

389. Turyātīta-padapradā — One who bestows the state beyond the four states

390. Trailokya-lakṣmī — the glory of the three worlds

391. Tripadī — having three different abodes

392. Tathyā — One who is not affected by the three units of time

393. Timiracandrikā — Moonlight unto the darkness of ignorance

394. Tejogarbhā — having the divine Tejas in the womb

395. Tapaḥsārā — the essence of penance

396. Trpurāri-śirogṛhā — having the head of Lord Śiva as her abode

397. Trayīsvarūpiṇī — identical with the three Vedas

398. Tanvī — beautiful in form

399. Tapanāṅgaja-bhīti-hṛt — One who removes the fear from Yama, the son of Sun

400. Tari — One who takes devotees across the ocean of Saṁsāra

401. Taraṇijā-mitram — friendly towards Yamunā

402. Tarpitāśeṣa-pūrvajā — One who consoled and propitiated all the ancestors

403. Tulāvirahitā — One without and equal

404. Tīvrapāpatūla-tanūnapāt — One who functions like fire in the case of sins that resemble cotton

405. Dāridrya-damanī — One who suppresses poverty

406. Dakṣā — very efficient in giving Bhukti and Mukti

407. Duṣprekṣyā — very difficult to be seen

408. Divyamaṇḍanā — having divine ornaments

409. Dīkṣāvatī — having initiation

410. Durāvāpyā — very difficult to obtain

411. Drākṣā-madhura-vāribhṛt — having water as sweet as grapejuice

412. Dārśitāneka-kutukā — One who displays various wonderful miracles

413. Duṣṭadurjaya-duḥkhahṛt — One who removes evil and unsurmountable miseries

414. Dainyahṛt — One who removes wretchedness

415. Duritaghnī — One who destroys sins

416. Dānavāri-padābjā — born of the lotus-like feet of the enemy of demons i.e., Viṣṇu

417. Dandaśūkaviṣaghnī — One who removes the venom of serpents

418. Dāritāghaughasantati — One who removes the series of floods of sins

419. Drutā — rapid

420. Devadrumacchannā — covered with celestial trees

421. Durvārāgha-vināšinī — One who destorys even those sins that cannot be warded off

422. Damagrāhyā — One who can be attained through mental control

423. Devamātā — identical with Aditi, mother of Devas

424. Devaloka-pradarśinī — guide unto the world of the Devas

425. Devadevapriyā — beloved of the lord of Devas

426. Devī — self-effulgent

427. Dikpāla-padadāyinī — One who bestows guardship of the quarters

428. Dīrghāyuḥkāriṇī — One who bestows longevity

429. Dīrghā — uninterruptably long

430. Dogdhrī — One from whom the Puruṣārthas or aims of life canbe derived

431. Dūṣaṇavarjitā — devoid of blemishes

432. Dugdhāmbuvāhinī — One in whom milk flows like water

433. Dohyā — worthy of being milked

434. Divyā — Divine

435. Divyagatipradā — One who bestows divine status

436. Dyunadī — celestial river

437. Dīnaśaraṇam — refuge unto the wretched

438. Dehi-deha-nivāriṇī — One who prevents the taking up of a body by the soul i.e., rebirth

439. Drāghīyasī — very great

440. Dāghahantrī — destroyer of heat of distress

441. Ditapātaka-santati — One by whom the series of sins has been cut off

442. Dūradeśāntaracarī — One who traverses far-off countries

443. Durgamā — very difficult to be attained

444. Devavallabhā — beloved of gods

445. Durvṛttaghnī — destroyer of those whose conduct is bad

446. Durvigāhyā — very difficult to be entered

447. Dayādhārā — receptable of compassion

448. Dayāvatī — merciful

449. Durāsadā — difficult to access

450. Dānaśīlā — habitual bestower

451. Drāviṇī — regularly dissolving sins

452. Druhiṇa-stutā — eulogized by Brahmā

453. Daityadānavasaṁśuddhikartrī — habitually purifying Daityas and Dānavas too

454. Durbuddhi-hāriṇī — One who removes evil intentions

455. Dānasārā — One who can be known through the distribution of gifts

456. Dayāsarā — One who can be known through merciful deeds

457. Dyāvā-bhūmi-vigāhinī — One who passes through heaven and earth

458. Dṛṣtādṛṣṭa-phala-prāpti — One from whom visible and invisible fruits are obtained

459. Devatā-vṛndavanditā — revered by groups of Devas

460. Dīrghavratā — One having rites of long duration

461. Dīrghaḍṛṣṭi — One with perception of a long range

462. Dīptatoyā — One with bright waters

463. Durālābhā — One who is very difficult to obtain

464. Daṇḍayitrī — One who metes out punishment

465. Daṇḍanīti — One who is engrossed in statesmanship

466. Duṣṭa-daṇḍa-dharārcitā — One who is adorned by those who punish evil-doers

467. Durodaraghnī — One who eradicates the evil of gambling etc.

468. Dāvarciḥ — having the splendour like that of forest fire

469. Dravat — One absorbed in her work and hence perfect

470. Dravyaika-śevadhi — the principal resort of all objects

471. Dīnasantāpaśamanī — One who subdues the distress of the wretched

472. Dātrī — bestower of boons

473. Davathuvairiṇī — destroyer of the trembling due to the fear of worldly sufferings

474. Darīvidārāṇaparā — One engaged in spliting i.e., cutting her way through valley

475. Dāntā — One with perfect control over the senses

476. Dānta-jana-priyā — loved by people with self-control

477. Dāritādritaṭā — One who erodes the ridges of mountains

478. Durgā — Identical with Goddess Durgā

479. Durgāraṇya-pracāriṇī — One thet regularly flows through impassable forests

480. Dharmadravā — having righteousness as the flowing current

481. Dharmadhurā — possessing the weightage or responsibility of piety or of the form of excellent Dharma

482. Dhenu — identical with wish-yielding divine cow

483. Dhīrā — intelligent, learned, giver of Advaitic intelligence

484. Dhṛti — prop or support

485. Dhruvā — permanently stable

486. Dhenu-dhāna-phala-sparśā — one whose contact is the fruit of the gift of cows

487. Dharma-kāmārthā-mokṣadā — One who bestows righteousness, pleasure, wealth and salvation.

488. Dharmormivāhinī — having the flowing waves of piety

489. Dhuryā — the most excellent one

490. Dhātrī — nursing mother

491. Dhātrī-vibhūṣaṇam — adornment of the earth

492. Dharmiṇī — meritorious

493. Dharmaśīlā — habitually practicing holy rites

494. Dhanvikoṭi-kṛtāvanā — One who accords protection through millions of bows

495. Dhyātṛ-pāpaharā — One who eradicates the sins of those who meditate

496. Dhyeyā — worthy of being meditated upon

497. Dhāvanī — One who cleanses

498. Dhūta-kalmaṣā — One who eradicates sins

499. Dharmadhārā — flowing current of piety

500. Dharmasārā — essence of piety

501. Dhanadā — bestower of wealth

502. Dhanavardhinī — One who increases wealth

503. Dharmādharma-guṇa-cchetrī — One who snaps the strings of piety and impiety

504. Dhattūra-kusuma-priyā — One who is fond of the Dhattūra flowers

505. Dharmeśī — goddess of piety

506. Dharmaśāstrajñā — One conversant with scriptures

507. Dhanadhānya-samṛddhi-kṛt — One who causes the abundance of wealth and food-grains

508. Dharmalabhyā — One obtained through piety

509. Dharmajalā — having piety for waters

510. Dharma-prasava-dharmiṇī — One having the function of producing piety

511. Dhyānagamya-svarūpā — One whose form is understood by means of meditation

512. Dharaṇī — identical with earth

513. Dhātṛpūjitā — adored by Brahmā

514. Dhūh — One who shakes off sins

515. Dhūrjaṭijaṭāsaṁsthā — One stationed in the matted hairs of Dhūrjaṭi i.e., Śiva

516. Dhanyā — conductive to affluence

517. Dhīḥ — intellect

518. Dhāraṇāvatī — one having the power of retention

519. Nandā

520. Nirvāṇajananī — producing liberation

521. Nandinī — One that causes delight

522. Nunna-pātakā — One by whom sins have been eradicated

523. Niṣiddha-vighnanicayā — One who has warded off multitudes of obstacles

524. Nijānanda-prakāśinī — One who makes the bliss of the absolute manifest

525. Nabhoṅgaṇacarī — flowing through the celestial yard

526. Nuti — in the form of eulogy

527. Namyā — worthy of being bowed to

528. Nārāyaṇī — identical with the power of Nārāyaṇa

529. Nutā — eulogized

530. Nirmalā — free from impurities

531. Nirmalākhyānā — One whose narration is conducive to purification from sins

532. Nāśinī-tāpasaṁpadām — One who eradicates the series of sins

533. Niyatā — One at perfect ease

534. Nitya-sukhadā — One who bestows permanent bliss

535. Nānāścarya-mahānidhi — the great storehouse of many wonders

536. Nadī — river

537. Nadasaromātā — mother of rivers and lakes

538. Nāyikā — controller of everyone

539. Nākadīrghikā — heavenly pond

540. Naṣṭoddharaṇadhīrā — adept in redeeming those who are lost

541. Nandanā — One who makes devotees flourish

542. Nandadāyinī — habitually bestowing affluence

543. Nirṇiktāśeṣa-bhuvanā — One who has sanctified the entire universe

544. Nihsaṅgā — free from contaminating associations

545. Nirupadravā — harmless

546. Nirālaṁbā — devoid of external support

547. Niṣprapañcā — One transcending the Saṁsāra

548. Nirṇāśita-mahāmalā — One who has utterly eradicated great impurities of sins

549. Nirmala-jñāna-jananī — One that generates knowledge free from blemishes

550. Nihśeṣa-prāṇitāpahṛt — One who removes the distress of living beings utterly

551. Nityotsavā — having permanent festivities

552. Nityatṛptā — eternally satisfied

553. Namaskāryā — One worthy of being bowed to

554. Nirañjanā — free from ignorance

555. Niṣṭhāvatī — One strictly observing constraints

556. Nirātaṅkā — free from apprehension

557. Nirlepā — free from contamination of sins

558. Niścalātmikā — One of quiescent soul

559. Niravadyā — free from blemishes

560. Nirīhā — desirelessly inactive

561. Nīlalohita-mūdhagā — going up i.e., staying on the head of Śiva

562. Nandibhṛṅgigaṇastutyā — worthy of being eulogized by the Gaṇas, Nandin and Bhṛṇgi

563. Nāgā — identical with Nāgas

564. Nandā — One who delights or contributes to prosperity

565. Nagātmajā — born of the mountain

566. Niṣpratyūhā — free from impediments

567. Nākanadī — celestial river

568. Nirayārṇava-dīrghanauḥ — the long boat of redemption from the ocean of hell

569. Puṇyapradā — One who bestows merit

570. Puṇyagarbhā — meritorious in the womb

571. Puṇyā — identical with merit

572. Puṇyataraṅgiṇī — a meritorious river

573. Pṛthu — perfect and large

574. Pṛthuphalā — yielding great benefits

575. Pūrṇā — all-pervading or of unobstructed current

576. Praṇatārti-prabhañjinī — habitually eradicating the distress of those who bow down

577. Prāṇadā — One who instills vital airs

578. Prāṇijananī — mother of all living beings

579. Prāṇeśī — controller of the vital airs

580. Prāṇarūpiṇī — One identical with the Cosmic Hiraṇyagarbha

581. Padmālayā — identical with Lakṣmī

582. Parāśaktiḥ — the great power

583. Purajitparamapriyā — highly beloved of the Destroyer of the three Puras i.e., Śiva

584. Parā — the highest

585. Paraphala-prāpti — One bestowing the acquisition of the greatest fruit

586. Pāvanī — One who sanctifies

587. Payasvinī — having excellent water

588. Parānandā — yielding the highest bliss

589. Prakṛṣṭārthā — having excellent objectives

590. Pratiṣṭhā — established base of all

591. Pālanī — one who protects

592. Parā — One who fills

593. Purāṇapaṭhitā — dealt with in the Purāṇas

594. Prītā — delighter of all

595. Praṇavākṣara-rūpiṇī — identical with the letters of Praṇava

596. Pārvatī — identical with Pārvatī

597. Prema-saṁpannā — endowed with great love

598. Paśupāśavimocanī — One who releases the Paśu or individual souls from Pāśas or nooses, fetters

599. Paramātma-svarūpā — identical with the Supreme Soul

600. Parabrahma-prakāśinī — the illuminator of the Supreme Brahman

601. Paramānanda-niṣpandā — having the excessive vibrations of the highest bliss

602. Prāyaścitta-svarūpiṇī — identical with expiations

603. Pānīyarūpa-nirvāṇā — with salvation stationed in the form of its waters

604. Paritrāṇa-parāyaṇā — ultimate resort in the matter of saving the devotee

605. Pāpendhana-davajvālā — functioning like the forest fire amongst the fuels in the form of sins

606. Pāpāri — enemy of sins

607. Pāpanāmanut — dispeller of sins through the utterance of her names

608. Paramaiśvarya-jananī — producer of the greatest powers like aṇimā

609. Prājñā — knower of her own refulgence

610. Prājñā — extremely intelligent

611. Parāparā — identical with the greatest and the smallest

612. Pratyakṣa-lakṣmīḥ — Lakṣmī incarnate

613. Padmākṣī — lotus-eyed

614. Paravyomāmṛtasravā — exuding the nectar of the greatest firmament

615. Prasannarūpā — having pleasant form

616. Praṇidhi — wherein all the objects are deposited in Pralaya

617. Pūtā — extremely sacred

618. Pratyakṣadevatā — perceptible deity

619. Pinākiparamaprītā — great beloved of the Pināka-wielding Śiva

620. Parameṣṭhi-kamaṇdalu — having the water pot of Brahmā as its receptacle

621. Padmanābha-padārghyeṇa-prasūtā — originating from the Arghya water used for washing the feet of Padmanābha

622. Padmamālinī — having garlands of lotuses

623. Pararddhidā — bestower of the greatest prosperity

624. Puṣṭikarī — nourished

625. Pathyā — having wholesome effect in the case of wordly sufferings

626. Pūrti — perfect in form

627. Prabhāvatī — having bright splendour

628. Punānā — sanctifier

629. Pītagarbhaghnī — destroyer of rebirth of those who drink her water

630. Pāpaparvata-nāśinī — destroyer of the mountains of sins

631. Phalinī — having benefits to be accorded

632. Phalahastā — having benefits ready in the hands

633. Phullāṁbuja-vilocanā — having lotuses in full bloom as eyes

634. Phālitaino-mahākṣetrā — One who has dug up the great field of sins

635. Phaṇiloka-vibhūṣaṇam — an ornament unto the world of serpents

636. Phenacchala-praṇunnaināḥ — One who has eradicated sins and displayed it in the form of foams

637. Phulla-kairavagandhinī — having the fragnance of full-blown lilies

638. Phenilācchāṁbudhārābhā — having the splendour of clear waters with foams

639. Phaḍuccāṭitapātakā — One who has eradicated sins by uttering the letters Phuḍ

640. Phāṇita-svādusalilā — having the waters as sweet as Phāṇita, a sweetmeat

641. Phāṇṭa-pathya-jalāvilā — turbid with water as wholesome as buttermilk

642. Viśvamātā — mother of the universe

643. Viśveśī — goddess of the universe

644. Viśvā — identical with all

645. Viśveśvarapriyā — beloved of the Lord of the Universe

646. Brahmaṇyā — beneficent unto Brāhmaṇas

647. Brahmakṛt — One who creates Hiraṇyagarbha etc.

648. Brāhmī — the Śaktī of Brahmā

649. Brahmiṣṭhā — stationed in Brahman, absolute

650. Vimalodakā — having waters free from impurities

651. Vibhāvarī — identical with night of the consort of King Bhūridyumna

652. Virajāḥ — free from rajas

653. Vikrāntāneka-viṣṭapā — by whom many worlds have been pervaded

654. Viśvamitra — friendly to the entire universe

655. Viṣṇupadī — flowing from Viṣṇu’s feet

656. Vaiṣṇavī — pertaining to Viṣṇu

657. Vaiṣṇava-priyā — beloved to the devotees of Viṣṇu

658. Virūpākṣa-priyakarī — One that does what is pleasing to Śiva

659. Vibhūti — identical with the supernatural powers

660. Viśvatomukhī — facing all directions

661. Vipāśa — devoid of fetters; identical with the river Vipāśā

662. Vaibudhī — pertaining to Vibuḍha — Viṣṇu or Devas

663. Vedyā — worthy of being known

664. Vedākṣara-rasasravā — exuding the sweet nectar of the bliss of Brahman

665. Vidyā — identical with Supreme Lore

666. Vegavatī — of rapid current

667. Vandyā — worthy of being venerated

668. Bṛṁhaṇī — One that evolves the body, sense-organs etc.

669. Brahmavādinī — habitually repeating the Brahman

670. Varadā — bestower of boons

671. Viprakṛṣṭā — the most excellent of all

672. Variṣṭhā — the most exquisite

673. Viśodhanī — One that specially sanctifies

674. Vidyādharī — possessing great lores

675. Viśokā — devoid of grief

676. Vayovṛndaniṣevitā — served by flocks of birds

677. Bahūdakā — having abundance of waters

678. Balavatī — possessing power

679. Vyomasthā — stationed in the firmament

680. Vibudhapriyā — beloved of Devas

681. Vāṇī — identical with the Goddess of speech

682. Vedavatī — expounder of the Vedas or identical with the daughter of Kuśadhvaja

683. Vittā — knowledge personified

684. Brahmavidyā-taraṅgiṇī — the river in the form of the knowledge of Absolute Brahman

685. Brahmāṇḍa-koṭivyāptāṁbhu — One whose waters have pervaded crores of Cosmic Eggs

686. Brahmahatyāpahāriṇī — One who eradicates the sin of Brahmaṇa-slaughter

687. Brahmeśa-viṣṇurūpā — identical with Brahmā, Īśa and Viśṇu

688. Buddhi — intellect

689. Vibhava-vardhinī — One who makes prosperity flourish

690. Vilāsisukhadā — One who accords happiness to those who shine exquisitively

691. Vaiśyā — identical with the class of merchants

692. Vyāpinī — extensive

693. Vṛṣāraṇī — cause of the outcome of piety of Dharma

694. Vṛṣāṅkamauli-nilayā — having the head of the Bull-emblemed Lord as her abode

695. Vipannārti-prabhañjinī — One who eradicates the distress of the persons in difficulties

696. Vinītā — polite

697. Vinatā — excessively humble

698. Bradhna-tanayā — identical with Yamunā, the daughter of the Sun

699. Vinayānvitā — endowed with humility

700. Vipañcī — identical with Vīṇā

701. Vādyakuśalā — efficient in instrumental music

702. Veṇuśruti-vicakṣaṇā — efficient in the Śruti or a quarter tone of Veṇu or expert in the knowing the particula Rāga while listening to Viṇā —Comm.

703. Varcaskarī — One who adds to the lustre

704. Balakarī — One who increases strength

705. Balonmūlitakalmaṣā — One who has uprooted sins through her strength

706. Vipāpmā — devoid of sins

707. Vigatātaṅkā — devoid of fear

708. Vikalpaparivarjitā — One free from Vikalpas

709. Vṛṣṭikartrī — cause of rains

710. Vṛṣṭijalā — having abundance of rain water

711. Vidhi — identical with Brahmā

712. Vicchinna-bandhanā — One who has cut off the bondage of devotees

713. Vratarūpā — identical with the holy observances

714. Vittarūpā — identical with wealth

715. Bahuvighna-vināśakṛt — One who causes destruction of many obstacles

716. Vasudhārā — having the current of wealth

717. Vasumatī — endowed with wealth or identical with the earth

718. Vicitrāṅgī — having diverse limbs or parts

719. Vibhāvasu — identical with the sun or fire

720. Vijayā — especially victorious

721. Viśvabīja — seed of the universe

722. Vāmadevī — identical with Vāmadeva’s wife

723. Varapradā — bestower of boons

724. Vṛṣāśritā — having piety as the basis or the basis of Dharma

725. Viṣaghnī — destroyer of poisons

726. Vijñānormyaṁśumālinī — having garlands of rays and waves of perfect knowledge

727. Bhavyā — conducive to welfare

728. Bhogavatī — possessed of enjoyment

729. Bhadrā — auspicious

730. Bhavānī — Bhava’s consort

731. Bhūtabhāvanī — progenitor of living beings

732. Bhūtadhātrī — One who protects the living beings

733. Bhayaharā — One who removes fear

734. Bhakta-dāridryaghātinī — destroyer of the powerty of devotees

735. Bhukti-mukti-pradā — One who bestows worldly pleasures and salvation

736. Bheśī — the śakti of the lord of the stars, the moon

737. Bhakta-svargāpavargadā — One who bestows heavenly pleasures and salvation upon the devotees

738. Bhāgīrathī — brought down by Bhagīratha

739. Bhānumatī — endowed with rays

740. Bhāgya — fortune

741. Bhogavatī — Gaṅgā in the nether worlds

742. Bhṛti — One who holds and sustains

743. Bhavapriyā — beloved of Śiva

744. Bhavadveṣṭrī — destroyer of worldly sufferings

745. Bhūtidā — bestower of prosperity

746. Bhūtibhūṣaṇā — One who embellishes prosperity

747. Bhālalocana-bhāvajñā — One conversant with the views of Lord Śiva who has an eye in the forehead

748. Bhūtabhavya-bhavatprabhu — One who powerfully rules everything past, present and the future

749. Bhrānti-jñāna-praśamanī — One who subdues erroneous knowledge

750. Bhinna-brahmāṇḍa-maṇḍapā — One by whom the structure of the Cosmos has been broken

751. Bhūridā — One who bestows plenty

752. Bhakti-sulabhā — easy of access through devotion

753. Bhāgyavaddṛṣṭi-gocarī — One who comes within the vision of the fortunate

754. Bhañjitopaplavakulā — One by whom the series of calamities of devotees has been broken

755. Bhakṣyabhojya-sukhapradā — One who bestows the pleasure of food and dainties of all kinds

756. Bhikṣaṇīyā — worthy of being requested

757. Bhikṣumātā — mother unto mendicants

758. Bhāvā — One who conceives and produces

759. Bhāva-svarūpiṇī — identical with objects

760. Mandākinī — Heavenly Gaṅgā

761. Mahānandā — highly blissful

762. Mātā — mother

763. Muktitaraṅgiṇī — one whose waves are conducive to salvation / a river bestowing final liberation

764. Mahodayā — identical with great prosperity / identical with final beatitude

765. Madhumatī — identical with the river Madhumatī

766. Mahāpuṇyā — highly meritorious

767. Mudākarī — cause of delight

768. Munistutā — eulogized by the sages

769. Mohahantrī — One who removes delusion

770. Mahā-tirthā — extremely great sacred river

771. Madhusravā — flowing with honey-like water

772. Mādhavī — identical with the Śakti of Viṣṇu

773. Māninī — having honour

774. Mānyā — worthy of being venerated

775. Manoratha-pathātigā — going beyond the ken of thought / all-pervading (Comm.)

776. Mokṣadā — One who bestows salvation

777. Matidā — bestower of intellect

778. Mukhyā — most prominent

779. Mahābhāgya-janāśritā — resorted to by those who are fortunate

780. Mahāvegavatī — having great rapidity of currents

781. Medhyā — sacred

782. Mahā — identical with festivities

783. Mahimabhūṣaṇā — possessing grandeur as ornaments

784. Mahāprabhāvā — extremely powerful

785. Mahatī — unlimited

786. Mīna-cañcala-locanā — having tremulous eyes in the form of fishes

787. Mahākāruṇya-saṁpūrṇā — filled with great compassion

788. Maharddhi — having great prosperity

789. Mahotpalā — having big lotuses

790. Mūrtimat — possessing actual form

791. Muktiramaṇī — a beautiful woman in the form of salvation

792. Maṇimāṇikya-bhūṣaṇā — possessing jewels and rubies as ornament / who beautifies the ornaments of diamonds and rubies

793. Muktā-kalāpa-nepathyā — having clusters of pearls as ornament

794. Mano-nayana-nandinī — One who causes delight to the mind and the eyes

795. Mahāpātaka-rāśighnī — One who eradicates heaps of great sins

796. Mahādevārdha-hāriṇī — One who has taken over a half of the person of Śiva i.e., Gaurīrūpā

797. Mahormimālinī — having garland of great waves

798. Muktā — identical with the liberation

799. Mahādevī — great goddess

800. Manonmanī — One who sublimates the mind

801. Mahāpuṇyodayaprāpyā — accessible through the outcome of great merits

802. Māyā-timira-candrikā — functioning like moonlight in respect to the darkness of Māyā

803. Mahāvidyā — identical with the knowledge of Brahman

804. Mahāmāyā — Great Māyā

805. Mahāmedhā — having great intellect

806. Mahauṣadham — great medicine

807. Mālādhārī — wearing garlands

808. Mahopāyā — having the great means of salvation

809. Mahoraga-vibhūṣaṇā — having great serpents as ornaments

810. Mahāmoha-praśamanī — One who suppresses great delusion

811. Mahāmaṅgala-maṅgalam — auspicious among all great auspicious things

812. Mārtaṇḍa-maṇḍalacarī — moving through the Solar Zone

813. Mahālakṣmī — the great Lakṣmī

814. Madojjhitā — free from haughtiness

815. Yaśasvinī — the renowned

816. Yaśodā — identical with Yaśodā i.e., Kṛṣṇa’s mother / bestower of fame

817. Yogyā — conducive to the practice of Yoga

818. Yuktātmasevitā — resorted to by those in communion with the Absolute

819. Yogasiddhipradā — One who bestows the supernatural powers of Yoga

820. Yājyā — worthy of being adorned

821. Yajñeśa-paripūritā — presided over by the Lord of Yajñas

822. Yajñeśī — presiding goddess of Yajñas

823. Yajñaphaladā — bestower of the benefits of Yajñas

824. Yajanīyā — venerable

825. Yaśaskarī — causing the renown of devotees

826. Yamisevyā — worthy of being resorted to by persons of self-control

827. Yogayoni — origin of Yogas

828. Yoginī — identical with the attendant Yoginī

829. Yuktabuddhidā — one who accords the realization of the union of Brahman and Ātman

830. Yoga-jñāna-pradā — One who bestows the Yogic power and knowledge

831. Yuktā — having perfect control

832. Yamādyaṣṭāṅga-yogayuk — One who puts together the activities of Yoga in the form of the eight ancillaries i.e., Yama etc.

833. Yantritāghaugha-sañcārā — One by whom the movements of multitudes of sins have been checked

834. Yama-loka-nivāriṇī — One who wards off the world of Yama

835. Yātāyāta-praśamanī — One who suppresses i.e. stops the arrivals and departures i.e., births and deaths

836. Yātanā-nāma-kṛntanī — One who extermines even the names of oppressive tortures

837. Yāminīśa-himācchodā — having waters cool and clear like the Moon

838. Yuga-dharma-vivarjitā — One who is free from untruth, violence and other activities of Kali Age

839. Revatī — identical with Revatī

840. Ratikṛt — One who creates pleasure

841. Ramyā — beautiful

842. Ratnagarbhā — having jewels within

843. Ramā — identical with Lakṣmī

844. Rati — identical with Kāma’s wife

845. Ratnākara-premapātram — object of the love of the Ocean

846. Rasajñā — conversant with Rasa, the supreme bliss

847. Rasarūpiṇī — identical with the bliss of the Absolute

848. Ratna-prasāda-garbhā — having bejewelled palaces within

849. Ramaṇīya-taraṅgiṇī — having charming waves

850. Ratnārciḥ — having rays like those of jewels

851. Rudra-ramaṇī — delighter of Rudra

852. Rāgadveṣavināśinī — One who eradicates attachment and disgust

853. Ramā — One who accords pleasure to the eyes and minds

854. Rāmā — identical with an excellent woman

855. Ramyarūpā — having beautiful form

856. Rogi-jīvātu-rūpiṇī — panacea unto people suffering from Saṁsāra

857. Rucikṛt — creating interest and brilliance

858. Rocanī — One who extends appeal / an appealing Goddess

859. Ramyā — conducive to the welfare / Lakṣmī

860. Rucirā — bestower of splendour / beautiful

861. Rogahāriṇī — One who removes ailments

862. Rājahaṁsā — wherein swans shine

863. Ratnavatī — possessing many jewels

864. Rājat-kallola-rājikā — having multitudes of waves shining

865. Rāmaṇīyakarekhā — possessing beautiful currents

866. Rujāri — enemy of ailments

867. Rogaroṣiṇī — furious against ailments

868. Rākā — identical with moonlight-night

869. Raṅkārtiśamanī — One who subdues the distress of poor people

870. Ramyā — having the support of the beautiful Lord Viṣṇu — Comm.

871. Rolaṁbarāvinī — possessing the humming sound of bees

872. Ragiṇī — possessing rāgas

873. Rañjita-śivā — One who delights Śiva

874. Rūpalāvaṇya-śevadhi — receptacle of beauty and perfection in the structure of limbs

875. Lokaprasū — mother of the worlds

876. Lokavandyā — venerable unto the worlds

877. Lolat-kallola-mālinī — possessing surging clusters of waves

878. Līlāvatī — possessing sportive movement

879. Lokābhūmi — basic support of all the worlds

880. Loka-locana-candrikā — moonlight-like delighter of the eyes of the worlds

881. Lekha-sravantī — divine river of creator of Śāstras

882. Laṭabhā — attractive and comely

883. Laghuvegā — flowing slowly

884. Laghutvahṛt — One who removes weakness

885. Lāsyattaraṅga-hastā — having dancing waves resembling hands

886. Lalitā — charming

887. Layabhaṅgigā — going ahead in a special mode

888. Lokabandhu — a kinsman unto the worlds

889. Lokadhātrī — One who nourishes the worlds

890. Lokottara-guṇorjitā — One who is powerful, possessing most excellent qualities

891. Lokatrayahitā — beneficial unto the three worlds

892. Lokā — One who is pondered over by the world

893. Lakṣmī — identical with the Goddess Lakṣmī

894. Lakṣaṇalakṣitā — possessing excellent characteristics

895. Līlā — Lord’s sports / identical with Līlā, the queen of Padma

896. Lakṣitanirvāṇā — One who points out the means of salvation

897. Lāvaṇyāmṛta-varṣiṇī — One who showers jewels of the oceans / One who showers nectar of beauty

898. Vaiśvānarī — the Śakti of the Fire-god

899. Vāsaveḍyā — worthy of being eulogized by Indra

900. Vandhyatva-parihāriṇī — One who removes barrenness in women

901. Vāsudevāṅghri-reṇughnī — One who removes the dust particles from the feet of Vāsudeva

902. Vajrivajra-nivāriṇī — One who thwarts the thunderbolt of Indra

903. Śubhāvatī — having auspiciousness all round

904. Śubhaphalā — yielding auspiciousness and peace

905. Śānti — identical with calmness and peace

906. Śantanu-vallabhā — the beloved of Śantanu

907. Śūlinī — wielding the trident

908. Śaiśavavayāḥ — posessing the stage of childhood

909. Śītalāmṛta-vāhinī — having cool nectar-like waters flowing

910. Śobhāvatī — possessing brilliance

911. Śīlavatī — having excellent conduct

912. Śoṣitāśeṣa-kilbiṣā — One who has dried up all sins

913. Śaranyā — worthy of being sought refuge in

914. Śivadā — One who bestows welfare

915. Śiṣṭā — of good conduct

916. Śarajanma-prasū — mother of Kārttikeya

917. Śivā — identical with Goddess Durgā

918. Śakti — divine power

919. Śaśāṅka-vimalā — free from impurities like the moon

920. Śamana-svasṛ-sammatā — honoured by the river Yamunā, the sister of Yama

921. Śamā — the suppressor of ignorance

922. Śamana-mārgaghnī — One who prevents the path of Yama

923. Śitikaṇṭha-mahāpriyā — highly beloved of Lord Śiva

924. Śuci — holy

925. Śuci­karī — One who makes everyone pure

926. Śeṣā — One that forms the limit

927. Śeṣa-śāyi-padodbhavā — Who originates from the foot of Lord Viṣṇu

928. Śrinivāsa-śruti — One who is heard as identical with Śrinivāsa i.e., Viṣṇu

929. Śraddhā — faith

930. Śrīmatī — having glory

931. Śrī — One whom Yogins resort to i.e., Brahmavidyā

932. Śubhavratā — having holy vows

933. Śuddhavidyā — One with pure knowledge

934. Śubhāvartā — having auspicious eddies

935. Śrutānandā — One by whom bliss is heard and realized

936. Śruti-stuti — One whose eulogy is through Vedic passages

937. Śivetaraghnī — One who removes everything that is against welfare

938. Śabarī — One who had assumed the form of a tribal woman i.e., Durgā

939. Śāṁbarī-rūpa-dhāriṇī — One possessing the form of a female deer

940. Śmaśāna-śodhanī — One who purifies cremation grounds

941. Śāntā — quiescent

942. Śāśvat — perennial

943. Śata-dhṛti-ṣṭutā — eulogized by Brahmā

944. Śālinī — One who shines invariably

945. Śāli-śobhāḍhyā — having the brilliance of paddy

946. Śikhi-vāhana-garbha-bhṛ — One who holds the peacock-vehicled Lord Skanda in her womb

947. Śaṁsanīya-caritrā — One whose conduct is worthy of praise

948. Śātitāśeṣa-pātakā — One by whom sins have been entirely eradicated

949. Ṣaḍguṇaiśvarya-saṁpannā — endowed with the six Guṇas namely, Aiśvarya etc.

950. Ṣaḍaṅga-ṣruti-rūpiṇī — identical with Śruti hving the six Aṅgas i.e., ancillary topics

951. Ṣaṇdhatā-hāri-salilā — One whose waters removes impotence

952. Ṣṭyāyannada-nadīśatā — where hundreds of rivers come in a confluence

953. Saridvarā — the most excellent one among rivers

954. Surasā — having excellent taste

955. Suprabhā — having excellent splendour

956. Suradīrghikā — divine pond

957. Svaḥsindhu — celestial river

958. Sarva-duḥkhaghnī — One who destroys all miseries

959. Sarva-vyādhi-mahauṣadhā — great medicine eradicating all ailments

960. Sevyā — worthy of being served

961. Siddhi — supernatural power

962. Satī — identical with Dākṣyaṇī

963. Sūkti — identical with wise saying

964. Sakandasū — Mother of Skanda

965. Sarasvatī — presiding deity of speech

966. Sampat-tranginī — having riches for waves

967. Stutyā — worthy of being eulogized

968. Sthāṇu-mauli-kṛtālayā — One who has taken up abode on the head of Śiva

969. Sthairyadā — One who bestows steadiness

970. Subhagā — having excellent reputation

971. Saukhyā — conducive to happiness

972. Strīṣu-saubhāgya-dāyinī — One who bestows conjugal bliss unto women

973. Svarganiḥśreṇikā — the ladder unto heaven

974. Sūkṣmā — subtle

975. Svadhā — identical with the mantra of Svadhā

976. Svāhā — identical with the wife of god of fire / the Mantra Svāhā

977. Sudhājalā — having nectar-like water

978. Samudra-rūpiṇī — consort of the Ocean

979. Svargyā — conductive to the attainment of heaven

980. Sarva-pātaka-vairiṇī — inimical to all sins

981. Smṛtāgha-hāriṇī — One who removes sins on being remembered

982. Sītā — furrow-like

983. Saṁsārābdhi-taraṇḍikā — the boat that takes one across the ocean of wordly existence

984. Saubhāgya-sundarī — One having good luck and beauty

985. Sarvasāra-samanvitā — equipped with all powers

986. Harapriyā — beloved of Śiva

987. Hṛśīkeśī — One who controls the sense-organs

988. Haṁsarūpā — having pure forms /One assuming the form of a swan

989. Hiraṇmayī — golden in hue

990. Hṛtāgha-saṅghā — One by whom multitudes of sins are eradicated

991. Hitakṛt — well-wisher

992. Helā — graceful in form

993. Helāghagarvahṛt — One who removes the arrogance of sins sportively

994. Kṣemadā — bestower of happiness

995. Kṣālitāghaughā — One by whom multitudes of sins have been washed

996. Kṣudra-vidraviṇī — One who destroys wicked ones

997. Kṣamā — having forbearance like the earth

 
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