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ShivaShiva

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    Sati

    The name Sati means true and justifying her name...


     
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    Matangi

    Matangi is the Hindu Goddess of Inner Thought and Wisdom...


     
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    Kali

    There are several traditions of how Kali came into existence...


     
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    Annapurna

    Annapoorna is a Sanskrit name, composed of two words i.e., ‘Anna; means...


     
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    Chamunda

    The name Chamunda is the combination of two names ‘Chanda’ and ‘Munda’...


     
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    Akilandeswari

    Akilandeswari is a Sanskrit name, a combination of three words...


     
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    Angalaamman

    Angala Parameshwari is a deity worshipped majorly in Tamil Nadu and parts...


     
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    Bagalamukhi

    Also known as Pitambara Maa in North India, Bagalamukhi is a goddess...


     
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    Bhairavi

    Bhairavi is a fierce incarnation of Shakti who is often associated with destruction...


     
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    Bhavani

    Bhavini is another fierce incarnation of Shakti but she is also the giver...


     
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    Bhuvaneshvari

    The name Bhuvaneshwari is a compound of two words, i.e., ‘Bhuvana’ which means...


     
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    Chhinnamasta

    The name Chhinnamasta means one whose head is severed. The Goddess decapitated...


     
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    Devi Kanya Kumari

    The name Devi Kanya Kumari is the amalgamation of three different words, i.e., ‘Devi’...


     
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    Dhumavati

    Dhumavati is a form of Shakti who is associated with everything unpleasant and inauspicious. She is a widow who is ugly and old...


     
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    Harsidhhi

    A Hindu goddess that is another form of...


     
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    Ishwari

    Ishwara means the supreme Lord who has a royal and ruling...


     
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    Jagaddhatri

    Goddess Durga is known to almost everyone who follows Hinduism but very...


     
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    Jumadi

    It is believed that there was great a demon...


     
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    Kalyanasundara

    Kalyanasundara is the depiction of the marriage of Shiva and Parvati. The name Kalyanasundara is a Sanskrit word which literally translates to “beautiful marriage”.


     
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    Kamakhya

    Kamakhya is regarded as the Hindu goddess of desire. The name Kamakhya literally means “renowned goddess of desire” in Sanskrit.


     
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    Kolaramma

    Kolaramma, also popularly known as Mahishasuramardini...


     
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    Mahakali

    Mahakali is the Hindu goddess of time and death. She is the consort of Shiva and regarded as the form of AdiParashakti. Mahakali is considered to be an aspect of Durga, more specifically, anger of Durga.


     
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    Mahavidya

    Mahavidyas (Great Wisdoms) or Dasha-Mahavidyas....


     
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    Mariamman

    One story about the origin of Mariamman...


     
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    Matrikas

    Matrikas, also popularly known as Matara or Matri, is the group of seven Hindu goddesses. The Matrikas include Brahmani, Maheshvari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Varahi, Indrani and Chamunda.


     
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    Minakshi

    Parvathi is a representation of Shakti...


     
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    Modheshwari

    Modheshwari, also popularly known as MatangiModheshwari, is a Hindu goddess who is regarded as an aspect of Parvati. 


     
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    Paranasabari

    Statues of Paranasabari have been found...


     
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    Patrakali Amman

    Pathirakali Amman Temple – Pathirakali Ambal Kovil...


     
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    Saibini

    Saibini is the appellation for the mother Goddess...


     
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    Shakambhari

    Maa Shakambari glory was originally told by Shiva...


     
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    Shitala

    Shitala Mata is mentioned in many scriptures...


     
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    Tara (Devi)

    According to that legend a King of the Sen...


     
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    Tripura Sundari

    Tripura Sundari is the compound of two words, ‘Tripura’ meaning three cities...


     
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    Kamala

    Kamala, also popularly known as Kamalatmika, is the one of the Hindu goddesses of wisdom and is regarded as the tenth among the DashaMahavidyas