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    About Vishnu

    According to Hindu Mythology, Hindu’s favorite God VishnuVishnu
    Vishnu is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindus and is a part of Hindu Trinity,..
    is revered by 108 names by chanting Mantra A group of sacred words chanted in order to gain something, be it materialistic pleasures or peaceful mindassociated with each name and its meaning. There is the belief that if people chant specific Mantra would imbibe that particular quality in them.

    Name ( Meaning ) Mantra
    Vishvam ( The Lord Who is the Universe Itself ) OmVishvamNamah
    Vishnu ( The Lord Who Pervades Everywhere ) OmVishnuNamah
    Vashatkara ( The Lord Who is Invoked for Oblations ) OmVashatkaraNamah
    Bhootabhavya-bhavat-prabhuh ( The Lord of Past, Present and Future ) OmBhootabhavya-bhavat-prabhuhNamah
    Bhoota-krit ( The Creator of All Creatures ) OmBhoota-kritNamah
    Bhoota-bhrit ( The Lord Who Nourishes All Creatures ) OmBhoota-bhritNamah
    Bhava ( The Absolute Existence ) OmBhavaNamah
    Bhootaatma ( The Lord Who is the Soul of Every Being in the Universe ) OmBhootaatmaNamah
    Bhootabhavana ( The Lord Who Nurtures Every Being in the Universe ) OmBhootabhavanaNamah
    Pootatma ( The Lord With an Extremely Pure Essence ) OmPootatmaNamah
    Paramatma ( The Supreme Soul ) OmParamatmaNamah
    Muktanam Parama Gatih ( The Ultimate Range of the Liberated ) OmMuktanam Parama GatihNamah
    Avyayah ( The Lord Who is Always Same ) OmAvyayahNamah
    Purushah ( The Lord Who is Inside Every Body ) OmPurushahNamah
    Sakshi ( The Lord Who is the Witness of Everything that Happens ) OmSakshiNamah
    Kshetragyah ( The Knower of the Field ) OmKshetragyahNamah
    Akshara ( The Undecaying ) OmAksharaNamah
    Yogah ( The Lord Who is Realized Through Yoga ) OmYogahNamah
    Yoga-vidaam Neta ( The Lord Who is the Leader of All Those Who Know Yoga ) OmYoga-vidaam NetaNamah
    Pradhana-Purusheswara ( The One Who is the Lord of Nature and Beings ) OmPradhana-PurusheswaraNamah
    Narasimha Vapuhah ( The Lord Whose Form is Man-Lion ) OmNarasimha VapuhahNamah
    Sriman ( The Lord Who is Always With Sri (Lakshmi) ) OmSrimanNamah
    Keshava ( The Lord Who has Beautiful Locks of Hair ) OmKeshavaNamah
    Purushottama ( The Supreme Controller ) OmPurushottamaNamah
    Sarwa ( The Lord Who is Everything ) OmSarwaNamah
    Sharva ( The Lord Who Destroys Everything When the Deluge comes ) OmSharvaNamah
    Shiva ( The Lord Who is Eternally Pure ) OmShivaNamah
    Sthanu ( The Immovable ) OmSthanuNamah
    Bhootaadi ( The Lord From Whom All the Beings Evolved ) OmBhootaadiNamah
    Nidhiravyaya ( The Imperishable Treasure ) OmNidhiravyayaNamah
    Sambhava ( The One Who is All that Happens ) OmSambhavaNamah
    Bhavana ( The Lord Who Gives Everything to His Devotees ) OmBhavanaNamah
    Bharta ( The Lord Who Governs the Entire Living World ) OmBhartaNamah
    Prabhava ( The Lord in Whom All Things were Born ) OmPrabhavaNamah
    Prabhu ( The Almighty Lord ) OmPrabhuNamah
    Ishwara ( The Lord Who Controls and Rules All Beings ) OmIshwaraNamah
    Swayambhu ( The Lord Who Manifests from Himself ) OmSwayambhuNamah
    Shambhu ( The Bestower of Happiness ) OmShambhuNamah
    Aditya ( The Sun or The son of Aditi ) OmAdityaNamah
    Pushkaraksha ( The Lord Who has Lotus Like Eyes ) OmPushkarakshaNamah
    Mahaswana ( The Lord Who has a Thundering Voice ) OmMahaswanaNamah
    Anadhinidhana ( The Lord Without Origin or End ) OmAnadhinidhanaNamah
    Dhatha ( The Lord Who Supports All Fields of Experience ) OmDhathaNamah
    Vidhatha ( The Lord Who Creates All Actions and Their Results ) OmVidhathaNamah
    Dhaturuttama ( The Lord Who is Greater than the Creator (Brahma) ) OmDhaturuttamaNamah
    Aprameya ( The Lord Who is Beyond Rules, Regulations and Definitions ) OmAprameyaNamah
    Hrishikesa ( The Lord of Senses ) OmHrishikesaNamah
    Padmanabha ( The Lord Who has a Lotus (From Which the World Evolved) Growing on his Belly ) OmPadmanabhaNamah
    Amara Prabhu ( The Lord of Immortals ) OmAmara PrabhuNamah
    Vishwa-Karma ( The Creator of the Universe ) OmVishwa-KarmaNamah
    Manu ( The Lord Who Thinks (Worries) of Everything ) OmManuNamah
    Twashta ( The Lord Who Makes Huge Things Small ) OmTwashtaNamah
    Sthavishta ( The Supremely Gross ) OmSthavishtaNamah
    Sthaviro-Dhruva ( The Lord Who is Ancient and Permanent ) OmSthaviro-DhruvaNamah
    Agrahya ( The Lord Who is Not Perceived Sensually ) OmAgrahyaNamah
    Sashwata ( The Lord Who Always Remains the Same ) OmSashwataNamah
    Krishna ( The Lord Whose Complexion is Dark ) OmKrishnaNamah
    Lohitaksha ( The Lord Who has Red Eyes ) OmLohitakshaNamah
    Pratardana ( The Destroyer in Deluge ) OmPratardanaNamah
    Prabhootha ( The Lord Who is Full of Wealth and Knowledge ) OmPrabhoothaNamah
    Trika-Kubdhama ( The Lord of all Directions ) OmTrika-KubdhamaNamah
    Pavitram ( The Lord Who Gives Purity to the Heart ) OmPavitramNamah
    Mangalam-Param ( The Supreme Auspiciousness ) OmMangalam-ParamNamah
    Ishana ( The Lord Who Rules Over Everything ) OmIshanaNamah
    Pranada ( The Bestower of Vital Breaths ) OmPranadaNamah
    Prana ( The Lord Who is the Soul ) OmPranaNamah
    Jyeshtha ( The Lord Who is Elder to All Others ) OmJyeshthaNamah
    Shreshtha ( The Lord Who is Better Than All Others ) OmShreshthaNamah
    Prajapati ( The One Who is the Chief of All Human Beings ) OmPrajapatiNamah
    Hiranyagarbha ( The Lord Who Dwells in the Womb of the World ) OmHiranyagarbhaNamah
    Bhoogarbha ( The Lord Who Carries the Earth Within Himself ) OmBhoogarbhaNamah
    Madhava ( The Lord Who is the Consort of Lakshmi ) OmMadhavaNamah
    Madusudhana ( Destroyer of the Demon Madhu ) OmMadusudhanaNamah
    Ishwara ( The Contoller ) OmIshwaraNamah
    Vikrami ( The Lord Who has Valour ) OmVikramiNamah
    Dhanvi ( The Lord Who is the Supreme Archer ) OmDhanviNamah
    Medhavi ( The Lord Who is the Supreme Intelligence ) OmMedhaviNamah
    Vikrama ( The Lord Who has Measured the Worlds ) OmVikramaNamah
    Krama ( The Lord Who has Spread Everywhere ) OmKramaNamah
    Anuttama ( The Lord Who Does Not Have Anybody Better Than Him ) OmAnuttamaNamah
    Duradharsha ( The Lord Who Cannot be Attacked Successfully ) OmDuradharshaNamah
    Kritagya ( The Lord Who Knows Good and Bad of All Beings ) OmKritagyaNamah
    Kriti ( The Lord Who Rewards All Our Actions ) OmKritiNamah
    Atmavan ( The Self in All Beings ) OmAtmavanNamah
    Suresha ( The One Who is the Lord of All Gods ) OmSureshaNamah
    Sharanam ( The Refuge ) OmSharanamNamah
    Sharma ( The Lord Who is Himself Infinite Bliss ) OmSharmaNamah
    Vishwareta ( The Lord Who is the Seed of This Universe ) OmVishwaretaNamah
    Prajhabhava ( The Lord Who is the Reason for Existence of Human Beings ) OmPrajhabhavaNamah
    Aaha ( The Lord Who is as Bright as the Day ) OmAahaNamah
    Samvatsara ( The Lord Who is Personification of the Year ) OmSamvatsaraNamah
    Vyala ( The Lord Who Cannot be Caught Like the Great Serpent ) OmVyalaNamah
    Pratyaya ( The Lord Who is Personification of Knowledge ) OmPratyayaNamah
    Sarvadarshana ( The Lord Who Sees (Knows) Everything ) OmSarvadarshanaNamah
    Aja ( The Lord Who Does Not Have Birth ) OmAjaNamah
    Sarveshwara ( The Lord of All ) OmSarveshwaraNamah
    Siddha ( The Lord Who is Always Everywhere ) OmSiddhaNamah
    Siddhi ( The Lord Who is the Desirable Effect of Everything ) OmSiddhiNamah
    Sarvadi ( The Lord Who is the Primary Reason for Everything ) OmSarvadiNamah
    Achyuta ( The Lord Who Does Not Slip ) OmAchyutaNamah
    Vrashakapi ( The Lord Who is the Personification of Dharma and Varaha ) OmVrashakapiNamah
    Ameyatma ( The Lord Whose Stature Cannot be Measured ) OmAmeyatmaNamah
    Sarva Yogavinih Sruta ( The Lord Who is Known by All Yogas ) OmSarva Yogavinih SrutaNamah
    Vasu ( The Lord Who Lives in Every Being ) OmVasuNamah
    Vasumana ( The Lord Who has a Good Heart ) OmVasumanaNamah
    Satya ( The Lord Who is Truth Personified ) OmSatyaNamah
    Samatma ( The Lord Who is the Same in All ) OmSamatmaNamah
    Sammita ( The Unlimited in All ) OmSammitaNamah
    Sama ( The Lord Who is Unchanging at All Times ) OmSamaNamah
    Amogha ( Ever Useful ) OmAmoghaNamah
    Pundarikaksha ( Pervading the Lotus of the Heart ) OmPundarikakshaNamah
    Vrishakarma ( The Lord Whose Every Act is Righteous ) OmVrishakarmaNamah
    Vrishakruti ( The Lord Who is Born to Uphold Dharma ) OmVrishakrutiNamah
    Rudhra ( The Lord Who Drives Away Sadness and the Reasons for it ) OmRudhraNamah
    Bahushira ( The Lord Who has Many Heads ) OmBahushiraNamah
    Babhru ( The Lord Who Carries the Worlds ) OmBabhruNamah
    Vishwayoni ( The Source of the Universe ) OmVishwayoniNamah
    Suchishrava ( The Lord Who has Beautiful, Sacred Names ) OmSuchishravaNamah
    Amrita ( The Lord Who is Immortal ) OmAmritaNamah
    Sashwata Sthanu ( The Lord Who is Permanent and Unmovable ) OmSashwata SthanuNamah
    Vararoha ( The Most Glorious Destination ) OmVararohaNamah
    Mahatapa ( The Lord Who is Extremely Knowledgeable ) OmMahatapaNamah
    Sarvaga ( All pervading ) OmSarvagaNamah
    Sarvavidbhanu ( All Knowing and Effulgent ) OmSarvavidbhanuNamah
    Vishvaksena ( The Lord Who Attacks the Armies of Demons from All Directions ) OmVishvaksenaNamah
    Janardhana ( The Lord Who Troubles Bad People ) OmJanardhanaNamah
    Veda ( The Lord Who is the Vedas ) OmVedaNamah
    Vedavida ( The Lord Who Knower of the Vedas ) OmVedavidaNamah
    Avyanga ( The Perfect ) OmAvyangaNamah
    Vedanga ( The Lord Whose Limbs are the Vedas ) OmVedangaNamah
    Vedavit ( The Lord Who Contemplates Upon the Vedas ) OmVedavitNamah
    Kavi ( The Lord Who Sees (Knows) Everything ) OmKaviNamah
    Lokadhyaksha ( The Lord Who Presides Over the Universe ) OmLokadhyakshaNamah
    Suradhyaksha ( The Lord Who Presides Over All Devas ) OmSuradhyakshaNamah
    Dharmadhyaksha ( The Lord Who Presides Over Darma ) OmDharmadhyakshaNamah
    KritaKrita ( The Lord Who is the Means and Result of Everything ) OmKritaKritaNamah
    Chaturatma ( The Lord Who is Fourfold in His Nature ) OmChaturatmaNamah
    Chaturvyuha ( The Lord of Four Manifestations ) OmChaturvyuhaNamah
    Chaturdamshtra ( The Lord Who has Four Horns ) OmChaturdamshtraNamah
    Chaturbhuja ( The Lord Who has Four Hands ) OmChaturbhujaNamah
    Bhrajishnu ( The Lord Who is the Radiant ) OmBhrajishnuNamah
    Bhojanam ( The Lord Who is in the Form Which can be Enjoyed Like Food ) OmBhojanamNamah
    Bhokta ( The Lord Who is the consumer of nature ) OmBhoktaNamah
    Sahishnu ( The Lord Who can Suffer Patiently ) OmSahishnuNamah
    Jagadadija ( The Lord Who was Born Before the World ) OmJagadadijaNamah
    Anagha ( The Lord Who is Sinless ) OmAnaghaNamah
    Vijaya ( The Lord Who is Victorious ) OmVijayaNamah
    Jeta ( The Lord Who is Ever-Successful ) OmJetaNamah
    Vishwayoni ( The Lord Who is the Universal source ) OmVishwayoniNamah
    Punarvasu ( The Repeated Dweller in the Bodies ) OmPunarvasuNamah
    Upendra ( The Younger Brother of Indra ) OmUpendraNamah
    Vamana ( The Lord with a Dwarf Body ) OmVamanaNamah
    Pramshu ( The Lord With a Huge Body ) OmPramshuNamah
    Amogha ( The Lord Whose Acts are for a Great Purpose ) OmAmoghaNamah
    Suchi ( The Lord Who is Spotlessly Clean ) OmSuchiNamah
    Urjita ( The Lord Who is Very Powerful ) OmUrjitaNamah
    Ateendra ( The Lord Who is Above Indra ) OmAteendraNamah
    Sangraha ( The Lord Who Holds Everything Together ) OmSangrahaNamah
    Sarga ( The Lord Who Creates the World From Himself ) OmSargaNamah
    Dhritatma ( The Lord Who Established in Himself ) OmDhritatmaNamah
    Niyama ( The Appointing Authority ) OmNiyamaNamah
    Yama ( The Administrator ) OmYamaNamah
    Vedya ( The Lord Who can be Known ) OmVedyaNamah
    Vaidya ( The Lord Who is Knower of all Lores ) OmVaidyaNamah
    Sadayogi ( The Lord Who is Always in Yoga ) OmSadayogiNamah
    Veeraha ( The Lord Who is the Slayer of Valiant Demons ) OmVeerahaNamah
    Madhava ( The Lord Who is the Lord of Knowledge ) OmMadhavaNamah
    Madhu ( The Lord Who is Like Honey ) OmMadhuNamah
    Atindriya ( The Lord Who is Beyond the Sense Organs ) OmAtindriyaNamah
    Mahamaya ( The Great Illusionist ) OmMahamayaNamah
    Mahotsaha ( The Lord Who has Great Enthusiasm ) OmMahotsahaNamah
    Mahabala ( The Lord Who is Very Strong ) OmMahabalaNamah
    Mahabuddhi ( The Lord Who has Tremendous Knowledge ) OmMahabuddhiNamah
    Mahaveerya ( The Lord of Great Energy ) OmMahaveeryaNamah
    Mahashakti ( The Lord of Superior Strength ) OmMahashaktiNamah
    Mahadyuti ( The Lord Who has Great Luster ) OmMahadyutiNamah
    Anirdesyavapu ( The Lord of Indefinable Form ) OmAnirdesyavapuNamah
    Shreeman ( The Lord of All Prosperity ) OmShreemanNamah
    Ameyatma ( The Lord whose Essence is Immeasurable ) OmAmeyatmaNamah
    Mahadridhrik ( The Lord Who Lifted Large Mountains ) OmMahadridhrikNamah
    Maheshvasa ( Wielder of Mighty Bow ) OmMaheshvasaNamah
    Maheebharta ( The Supporter of Earth ) OmMaheebhartaNamah
    Shrinivasa ( The Permanent Abode of Shree ) OmShrinivasaNamah
    Satamgati ( The Goal for All Virtuous People ) OmSatamgatiNamah
    Aniruddha ( The Lord Who Cannot be Obstructed ) OmAniruddhaNamah
    Surananda ( The Lord Who Gives Out Happiness ) OmSuranandaNamah
    Govinda ( The Protector of the Cows ) OmGovindaNamah
    Govidampati ( Lord of the Wise ) OmGovidampatiNamah
    Mareechi ( The Effulgent ) OmMareechiNamah
    Damana ( The Subduer ) OmDamanaNamah
    Hamsa ( Destroyer of Fear ) OmHamsaNamah
    Suparna ( The Lord Who has Beautiful Wings ) OmSuparnaNamah
    Bhujagottama ( The Lord Who is Excellant Among reptiles ) OmBhujagottamaNamah
    Hiranyanabha ( The Lord Who has a Golden Navel ) OmHiranyanabhaNamah
    Sutapa ( The Lord Who has done Great Penance ) OmSutapaNamah
    Padmanabha ( The Lord Having a Navel With the Lotus ) OmPadmanabhaNamah
    Prajapati ( The Lord Who is the Chief of People ) OmPrajapatiNamah
    Amrityu ( The Lord Who does not Have Death ) OmAmrityuNamah
    Sarvadrik ( The Lord Who sees Everything ) OmSarvadrikNamah
    Simha ( The Destroyer of sins ) OmSimhaNamah
    Sandhata ( The Regulator ) OmSandhataNamah
    Sandhiman ( The Lord Who Seems to be Conditioned ) OmSandhimanNamah
    Sthira ( The Lord Who is Constant ) OmSthiraNamah
    Aja ( The Lord Who Takes the Form of Aja, Brahma ) OmAjaNamah
    Durmarshana ( The Lord Who cannot be vanquished ) OmDurmarshanaNamah
    Shaasta ( The Lord Who Rules Over the Universe ) OmShaastaNamah
    Vishrutatma ( The Lord Who is Called Atma in the Vedas ) OmVishrutatmaNamah
    Surariha ( Destroyer of the Enemies of the Devas ) OmSurarihaNamah
    Guru ( The Lord Who is a Teacher of All Knowledge ) OmGuruNamah
    Gurutama ( The Lord Who is the Teacher of Teachers ) OmGurutamaNamah
    Dhama ( Supreme Abode of All ) OmDhamaNamah
    Satya ( The Lord Who is Himself the Truth ) OmSatyaNamah
    Satyaparakrama ( The Lord Who has a Truthful Valour ) OmSatyaparakramaNamah
    Nimisha ( The Lord Who has Closed Eyes in Contemplation ) OmNimishaNamah
    Animisha ( The Lord Remains Unwinking; Ever Knowing ) OmAnimishaNamah
    Sagvi ( The Lord Who Always Wears a Garland of Undecaying Flowers ) OmSagviNamah
    Vachaspati Udaradhi ( The Lord of Eloquent Speech and of Noble Thought ) OmVachaspati UdaradhiNamah
    Agrani ( The Lord Who Guides Us to the Peak ) OmAgraniNamah
    Gramani ( The Lord Who Leads the Flock ) OmGramaniNamah
    Shriman ( The possessor of Light, Effulgence, Glory ) OmShrimanNamah
    Nyaya ( The Lord Who is Justice ) OmNyayaNamah
    Neta ( The Lord Who is the Leader of the World ) OmNetaNamah
    Sameerana ( The Lord Who in the Form of Wind Makes Beings Move ) OmSameeranaNamah
    Sahasra Moordha ( The Lord Who has Countless Heads ) OmSahasra MoordhaNamah
    Vishwatma ( The Soul of the Universe ) OmVishwatmaNamah
    Sahasraksha ( The Lord Who has Thousand Eyes ) OmSahasrakshaNamah
    Sahasrapaat ( The Lord Who has Thousand Feet ) OmSahasrapaatNamah
    Avartana ( The Lord Who Rotates (the Wheel of Life) ) OmAvartanaNamah
    Nivrittatma ( The Lord Who is not Attached to Life ) OmNivrittatmaNamah
    Samvrita ( The Lord Who is ) OmSamvritaNamah
    Sampramardana ( The Crusher of Evil Doers ) OmSampramardanaNamah
    Ahah Samvartaka ( The Lord Who Makes Day in the Form of Sun ) OmAhah SamvartakaNamah
    Vahni ( The Lord Who is in the Form of Fire ) OmVahniNamah
    Anila ( The Lord Who is in the Form of Air ) OmAnilaNamah
    Dharanidhara ( The Lord Who Supports the Earth ) OmDharanidharaNamah
    Suprasada ( The Lord Who is Mercy Personified ) OmSuprasadaNamah
    Prasannatma ( The Lord Who is Ever Pure and All-Blissful Self ) OmPrasannatmaNamah
    Vishwadhrik ( The Lord Who Takes Care of the World ) OmVishwadhrikNamah
    Vishwabhuja ( Enjoyer of the Universe ) OmVishwabhujaNamah
    Vibhu ( The Lord Who has Many Forms ) OmVibhuNamah
    Satkarta ( The Lord Who Adores Good and Wise People ) OmSatkartaNamah
    Satkrita ( The Lord Who is Adored by All Good People ) OmSatkritaNamah
    Sadhu ( The Lord Who Walks in the Righteous Path ) OmSadhuNamah
    Jahnunu ( Leader of Men ) OmJahnunuNamah
    Narayana ( The Lord Who Resides in All Things that He Creates ) OmNarayanaNamah
    Nara ( The Leader of Human Beings ) OmNaraNamah
    Asankhyeya ( The Lord Who has Numberlesss Names and Forms ) OmAsankhyeyaNamah
    Aprameyatma ( The Lord Who is Beyond Knowledge ) OmAprameyatmaNamah
    Vishishta ( The Lord Who Transcends All in His Glory ) OmVishishtaNamah
    Shishtakrita ( The Lord Who is Law-Maker ) OmShishtakritaNamah
    Suchi ( The Lord Who is Impeccable and Without Blemish ) OmSuchiNamah
    Siddhartha ( The Lord Who has Gained All that has to be Gained ) OmSiddharthaNamah
    Siddha Sankalpa ( The Lord Who Realizes All that He Wants ) OmSiddha SankalpaNamah
    Siddhida ( The Giver of Benedictions ) OmSiddhidaNamah
    Siddhi Sadhana ( The Aid for Success ) OmSiddhi SadhanaNamah
    Vrishahi ( The Lord Who is the Controller of All Actions and the Dispenser of the Results ) OmVrishahiNamah
    Vrishabha ( The Lord Who Showers All Dharmas ) OmVrishabhaNamah
    Vishnu ( The Occupant of Universe ) OmVishnuNamah
    Vrishaparva ( The Ladder Leading to Dharma ) OmVrishaparvaNamah
    Vrishodara ( The Lord ) OmVrishodaraNamah
    Vardhana ( The Lord Who is the Nurturer and Nourisher ) OmVardhanaNamah
    Vardhamana ( The Lord Who can Grow Himself into any Dimensions ) OmVardhamanaNamah
    Vivikta ( Ever Standing Apart From Everything ) OmViviktaNamah
    Shrutisagara ( The Ocean for All Scriptures ) OmShrutisagaraNamah
    Subhuja ( The Lord Who has Graceful Arms ) OmSubhujaNamah
    Durdhara ( The Lord Who Cannot be Comprehended Even by Great Yogis ) OmDurdharaNamah
    Vagmi ( The Lord Who is Eloquent in Speech ) OmVagmiNamah
    Mahendra ( Lord of the Lords ) OmMahendraNamah
    Vasuda ( The Lord Who Gives Good Pleasures and Wealth ) OmVasudaNamah
    Vasu ( The Lord Who is Wealth ) OmVasuNamah
    Naikaroopa ( The Lord Who is of Infinite Forms in His ) OmNaikaroopaNamah
    Brihadroopa ( The Lord Who is Vast, of Infinite Dimensions ) OmBrihadroopaNamah
    Shipivishta ( The very Subsistence of Life ) OmShipivishtaNamah
    Prakashana ( The Lord Who Illuminates Himself as All-Pervading Consciousness ) OmPrakashanaNamah
    Ojastejo-Dyutidhara ( The Lord Who is the possessor of Vitality, Effulgence and Beauty ) OmOjastejo-DyutidharaNamah
    Prakashatma ( The Effulgent Self ) OmPrakashatmaNamah
    Pratapana ( The Lord Who Emits Heat ) OmPratapanaNamah
    Riddha ( The Lord Who is Ever Full of Prosperity ) OmRiddhaNamah
    Spashtakshara ( The Lord Who is Clearly Indicated by the Supreme Sound OM ) OmSpashtaksharaNamah
    Mantra ( The Lord Who is ) OmMantraNamah
    Chandramsu ( The Lord Who is as Pleasant as the Ray of Moon ) OmChandramsuNamah
    Bhaskaradyuti ( The Lord Who is the Effulgence of the Sun ) OmBhaskaradyutiNamah
    Amritamshudbhava ( The Lord Who made Moon Appear From the Ocean of Milk ) OmAmritamshudbhavaNamah
    Bhanu ( The Lord Who Shines Himself ) OmBhanuNamah
    Shashabindu ( The moon Who has a Rabbit-Like Sspot ) OmShashabinduNamah
    Sureshwara ( The God of Gods ) OmSureshwaraNamah
    Aushadham ( The Lord Who is the Divine Medicine ) OmAushadhamNamah
    Jagata-Setu ( The Lord Who is a Bridge Across the Material Energy ) OmJagata-SetuNamah
    Satya-Dharma-Parakrama ( The One Who Champions Heroically for Truth and Righteousness ) OmSatya-Dharma-ParakramaNamah
    Bhoota-Bhavya-Bhavannatha ( The One Who is the Lord of Past, Present and Future ) OmBhoota-Bhavya-BhavannathaNamah
    Pavana ( The Air that Fills the Universe ) OmPavanaNamah
    Paavana ( The Lord Who Gives the Life Sustaining Power to the Atmospheric Air ) OmPaavanaNamah
    Anala ( The Lord Who is in the Form of Fire, and Sustains Life ) OmAnalaNamah
    Kamaha ( The Lord Who Destroys All Desires ) OmKamahaNamah
    Kama-Krit ( The Lord Who Fulfils All Desires ) OmKama-KritNamah
    Kanta ( The Lord Who is of Enchanting Form ) OmKantaNamah
    Kama ( The Lord Who is Much Desired by the Seekers ) OmKamaNamah
    Kamaprada ( The Lord Who Supplies the Desired Objects ) OmKamapradaNamah
    Prabhu ( The Great Lord ) OmPrabhuNamah
    Yugadi-Krit ( The Lord Who Created the Divisions of Time ) OmYugadi-KritNamah
    Yugavarta ( The Lord Who Makes Time Periods Come Again and Again ) OmYugavartaNamah
    Naikamaya ( The Lord Who Creates Many Illusions ) OmNaikamayaNamah
    Mahashana ( The Lord Who Swallows Everything ) OmMahashanaNamah
    Adrishya ( The Lord Who is not Visible ) OmAdrishyaNamah
    Vyaktaroopa ( The Lord Who is Visible to the Yogis ) OmVyaktaroopaNamah
    Sahasrajit ( The Lord Who Vanquishes Thousands ) OmSahasrajitNamah
    Anantajit ( The Lord Who is Ever-Victorious ) OmAnantajitNamah
    Ishta ( The Lord Who is Loved by All ) OmIshtaNamah
    Avishishta ( The Lord Who is the Noblest and the Most Sacred ) OmAvishishtaNamah
    Shishteshta ( The Lord Who is Dear to the Learned ) OmShishteshtaNamah
    Shikhandi ( The Lord Who Wears the Feathers of Peacock ) OmShikhandiNamah
    Nahusha ( The Lord Who Ties Souls by Illusion ) OmNahushaNamah
    Vrisha ( The Lord Who Fulfills All Desires Like Rain ) OmVrishaNamah
    Krodhaha ( The Lord Who Destroys Anger in Sincere Seekers ) OmKrodhahaNamah
    Krodha Kritkarta ( The Lord Who Generates Anger Against the Lower Tendency ) OmKrodha KritkartaNamah
    Vishwa Baahu ( The Lord Who has Hands All Over the Universe ) OmVishwa BaahuNamah
    Maheedhara ( The Lord Who Supports the Earth ) OmMaheedharaNamah
    Achyuta ( The Lord Who Never Changes ) OmAchyutaNamah
    Prathita ( The Lord Who Exists Pervading All ) OmPrathitaNamah
    Prana ( The Soul in All Living Creatures ) OmPranaNamah
    Praanada ( The Lord Who Gives Strength to Everywhere ) OmPraanadaNamah
    Vasavanuja ( The Younger Brother of Indra ) OmVasavanujaNamah
    Apam Nidhi ( The Lord Who is the Ocean ) OmApam NidhiNamah
    Adhishthanam ( The Lord Who is the Substratum of the Universe ) OmAdhishthanamNamah
    Apramatta ( The Lord Who Never Commits a Mistake in Judgement ) OmApramattaNamah
    Pratishthita ( The One Who is Self Established ) OmPratishthitaNamah
    Skanda ( The One Whose Glory is Expressed Through Subrahmanya ) OmSkandaNamah
    Skandadhara ( The One Who Establishes the Way of Dharma ) OmSkandadharaNamah
    Dhurya ( The Lord Who Carries the Weight of the World ) OmDhuryaNamah
    Varada ( The Lord Who Gives Boons ) OmVaradaNamah
    Vayu Vahana ( The Lord Who Controls and Regulates the Great Winds ) OmVayu VahanaNamah
    Vasudeva ( The Lord Who is in Everything and Plays There ) OmVasudevaNamah
    Brihadbhanu ( The Lord Who has Wide Rays Which Go Everywhere ) OmBrihadbhanuNamah
    Adideva ( The Lord Who is the Primary Source of Everything ) OmAdidevaNamah
    Purandara ( The Destroyer of Cities ) OmPurandaraNamah
    Ashoka ( The Lord Who has No Sorrows ) OmAshokaNamah
    Taarana ( The Lord Who Enables Others to Cross the Ocean of Samsara ) OmTaaranaNamah
    Taara ( The Lord Who Saves from All Sorrows of Birth and Death ) OmTaaraNamah
    Shoora ( The Lord Who is the Valiant ) OmShooraNamah
    Shauri ( The Lord Who Incarnated in the Dynasty of Shoora ) OmShauriNamah
    Janeshwara ( The Lord of the People ) OmJaneshwaraNamah
    Anukoola ( Well-Wisher of Everyone ) OmAnukoolaNamah
    Shatavarta ( The Lord Who Takes Infinite Varieties of Forms ) OmShatavartaNamah
    Padmi ( The Lord Who has the Lotus in His Hand ) OmPadmiNamah
    Padma Nibhekshana ( The Lord Whose Eyes are as Beautiful as the Lotus ) OmPadma NibhekshanaNamah
    Padmanabha ( The Lord Who has the Lotus in his Navel ) OmPadmanabhaNamah
    Aravindaksha ( The Lord Whose Eyes are as Beautiful as Lotus ) OmAravindakshaNamah
    Padmagarbha ( The Lord Who is Being Meditated upon in the Center of Lotus of Heart ) OmPadmagarbhaNamah
    Sharirabhrit ( The Lord Who Sustains and Nourishes All Bodies ) OmSharirabhritNamah
    Mahardi ( The Lord Who has Great Prosperity ) OmMahardiNamah
    Riddha ( The Lord Who has Expanded Himself as the Universe ) OmRiddhaNamah
    Vriddhatma ( The Ancient Self ) OmVriddhatmaNamah
    Mahaksha ( The Lord Who has Big Eyes ) OmMahakshaNamah
    Atula ( The Lord Who is Incomparable ) OmAtulaNamah
    Sharabha ( The Lord Who Dwells and Shines Forth Through the Bodies ) OmSharabhaNamah
    Bheema ( The One Who is All-Inspiring and the Terrible ) OmBheemaNamah
    Samayajna ( The Lord Whose Worship is Nothing More Than Keeping an Equal Vision of the Mind by the Devotee ) OmSamayajnaNamah
    Havirhari ( The Receiver of All Oblations ) OmHavirhariNamah
    Sarvalakshana-Lakshanya ( The Lord Who is Known Through All the Methods of Research ) OmSarvalakshana-LakshanyaNamah
    Lakshmivaan ( The Consort of Laksmi ) OmLakshmivaanNamah
    Samitinjaya ( Ever-Victorious Lord ) OmSamitinjayaNamah
    Vikshara ( The Lord Who is Imperishable ) OmViksharaNamah
    Rohita ( The Red-Hued in Matysavatara ) OmRohitaNamah
    Marga ( The Lord Who is the Path for Eternal Bliss ) OmMargaNamah
    Hetu ( The Lord Who is the Supreme Cause of this Universe ) OmHetuNamah
    Damodara ( The Lord Who was Tied by Yashoda in the Stomach ) OmDamodaraNamah
    Saha ( The Lord Who has Patience at Everything ) OmSahaNamah
    Maheedara ( The Lord Who is the Supporter or the Bearer of the Earth ) OmMaheedaraNamah
    Mahabhaga ( The Lord Who Receives the Best Share Offered by Devotees in Yajna ) OmMahabhagaNamah
    Vegavaan ( The Lord Who is Fastest in Reaching the Devotee’s Call From the Heart ) OmVegavaanNamah
    Amitashana ( The Lord of Endless Appetite ) OmAmitashanaNamah
    Udbhava ( The Originator of the Entire Universe ) OmUdbhavaNamah
    Kshobhana ( The Agitator Who Thrills the World and Makes it so Beautiful With Life ) OmKshobhanaNamah
    Deva ( The Lord Who Revels (or) ) OmDevaNamah
    Shreegarbha ( The One Whom We Like to Praise ) OmShreegarbhaNamah
    Parmeshwara ( The Lord Containing All Glories Within ) OmParmeshwaraNamah
    Karanam ( The Supreme Lord ) OmKaranamNamah
    Kaaranam ( The Lord Who is the Instrument for Creation of the World ) OmKaaranamNamah
    Karta ( The Lord Who is the Cause for Creation of the World ) OmKartaNamah
    Vikarta ( The Doer ) OmVikartaNamah
    Gahana ( The Creator of the Endless Varieties that Make Up the Universe ) OmGahanaNamah
    Guha ( The Lord whose Shape, Strength and Actions are Difficult to Know ) OmGuhaNamah
    Vyavasaaya ( The Lord Who Dwells in the Cave of the Heart ) OmVyavasaayaNamah
    Vyavasthaana ( The Lord Who is Resolute ) OmVyavasthaanaNamah
    Sansthana ( The Lord Who is the Substratum ) OmSansthanaNamah
    Sthanada ( The Lord Who is the Ultimate Authority ) OmSthanadaNamah
    Dhruva ( The Lord Who Confers the Right Abode to Each Living Organism ) OmDhruvaNamah
    Pararddhi ( The Lord Who is Imperishable ) OmPararddhiNamah
    Paramaspashta ( The Lord Who has Supreme Manifestations ) OmParamaspashtaNamah
    Tushta ( The Lord Who is Extremely Vivid ) OmTushtaNamah
    Pushta ( The Lord Who is Ever-Contented ) OmPushtaNamah
    Shubhekshana ( The Lord Who is Ever-Full ) OmShubhekshanaNamah
    Rama ( The Lord Whose Very Gaze Brings Auspiciousness to the Devotee ) OmRamaNamah
    Viraama ( The Lord Who is of Delightful Form ) OmViraamaNamah
    Viraja ( The Lord Who is the Ultimate End of Everything ) OmVirajaNamah
    Marga ( The Lord Who is Passionless ) OmMargaNamah
    Neya ( The Lord Who is the Path to Immortality ) OmNeyaNamah
    Naya ( The Lord Who is the Guide for Living Beings ) OmNayaNamah
    Anaya ( The One Who Leads ) OmAnayaNamah
    Veera ( The Lord Who Cannot be Lead by Anybody ) OmVeeraNamah
    Shaktimataam Shreshtha ( The Lord Who is Personification of Valor ) OmShaktimataam ShreshthaNamah
    Dharma ( The Best Among the Powerful ) OmDharmaNamah
    Dharmaviduttama ( The Law of Being ) OmDharmaviduttamaNamah
    Vaikuntha ( The Lord Who is the Best of the knowers of Dharma ) OmVaikunthaNamah
    Purusha ( The Lord Who Prevents Beings from Straying on Wrong Paths ) OmPurushaNamah
    Prana ( The Lord Who Dwells in All Bodies ) OmPranaNamah
    Pranada ( The Lord Who is the Soul ) OmPranadaNamah
    Pranava ( The Lord Who Gives Life ) OmPranavaNamah
    Prithu ( The Lord Who is Praised by the Gods ) OmPrithuNamah
    Hiranyagarbha ( The Immense ) OmHiranyagarbhaNamah
    Shatrughna ( The One Who Keeps the Golden Source for All Creations ) OmShatrughnaNamah
    Vyapta ( The Destroyer of Enemies ) OmVyaptaNamah
    Vayu ( The Lord Who Pervades in All Beings as the Cause ) OmVayuNamah
    Adhokshaja ( The Wafter of Fragrance ) OmAdhokshajaNamah
    Ritu ( The Lord Whose Vitality Never Flows Downwards ) OmRituNamah
    Sudarshana ( The Lord Who is the Seasons ) OmSudarshanaNamah
    Kaala ( The Lord Who can be Easily Seen by His Devotees ) OmKaalaNamah
    Parameshthi ( The Lord Who is The Reckoner ) OmParameshthiNamah
    Parigraha ( The Lord Who is Centered in His Glory ) OmParigrahaNamah
    Ugra ( The Lord Who is the Receiver ) OmUgraNamah
    Samvatsara ( The Lord Who is Formidable ) OmSamvatsaraNamah
    Daksha ( The Lord Who Makes All Things Reside in Him ) OmDakshaNamah
    Visharama ( The Lord Who Completes All Jobs Quickly ) OmVisharamaNamah
    Vishvadakshina ( The Lord Who Provides Rest for Those Who are Tired ) OmVishvadakshinaNamah
    Vistara ( The Most Skilful and Efficient ) OmVistaraNamah
    Sthavarasthanu ( The Lord Who Makes All the World Broaden in Him ) OmSthavarasthanuNamah
    Pramaanam ( The Lord Who is Firm and Motionless ) OmPramaanamNamah
    Bijamavyayam ( The Lord Who is Personification of Knowledge ) OmBijamavyayamNamah
    Artha ( The Lord Who is the Immutable Seed ) OmArthaNamah
    Anartha ( The Lord Who is Worshiped by All ) OmAnarthaNamah
    Mahakosha ( The One to Whom There is Nothing Yet to be Fulfilled ) OmMahakoshaNamah
    Mahabhoga ( The Great Treasury ) OmMahabhogaNamah
    Mahadhana ( The Lord Who is of the Nature of Enjoyment ) OmMahadhanaNamah
    Anirvinna ( The Lord Who has Great Wealth ) OmAnirvinnaNamah
    Sthavishtha ( The Lord Who has No Discontent ) OmSthavishthaNamah
    Abhu ( The Lord Who is Immense ) OmAbhuNamah
    Dharmayupa ( The Lord Who has No Birth ) OmDharmayupaNamah
    Mahamakha ( The Post to Which all Dharma is Tied ) OmMahamakhaNamah
    Nakshatranemi ( The Great Sacrificer ) OmNakshatranemiNamah
    Nakshatri ( The Lord Who is the Nave of the Stars ) OmNakshatriNamah
    Kshama ( The Lord Who is the Chief of Stars ) OmKshamaNamah
    Kshaama ( The Lord Who is Perennially Patient ) OmKshaamaNamah
    Sameehana ( The Lord Who Remains Alone After the Deluge ) OmSameehanaNamah
    Yajna ( The Lord Whose Desires are Auspicious ) OmYajnaNamah
    Ijya ( The Lord Who is Personification of Sacrifice ) OmIjyaNamah
    Mahejya ( The Lord Who is Fit to be Invoked Through Yajna ) OmMahejyaNamah
    Kratu ( The Lord Who is to be Most Worshiped by Yajna ) OmKratuNamah
    Satram ( The Sacrificial Ceremony ) OmSatramNamah
    Sataamgati ( The Lord Who Protects Good People ) OmSataamgatiNamah
    Sarvadarshi ( The Lord Who is the Ultimate Goal of Those Who Seek for Salvation ) OmSarvadarshiNamah
    Vimuktatma ( The Lord Who Knows Everything Naturally ) OmVimuktatmaNamah
    Sarvagya ( The Lord Who is the Soul Which has Left All its Bondages ) OmSarvagyaNamah
    Gyana-muttamam ( The Lord Who is Omniscient ) OmGyana-muttamamNamah
    Suvrata ( The Lord Who is the Supreme Knowledge ) OmSuvrataNamah
    Sumukha ( The Lord Who Ever-Performing the Pure Vow ) OmSumukhaNamah
    Sukshma ( The Lord Who has a Charming Face ) OmSukshmaNamah
    Sughosha ( The Lord Who is the Smallest Known Thing from Which Everything Came ) OmSughoshaNamah
    Sukhada ( The Lord of Auspicious Sound ) OmSukhadaNamah
    Suhrut ( The Lord Who is the Giver of Happiness ) OmSuhrutNamah
    Manohara ( The Lord Who is the Friend and Well Wisher of All Creatures ) OmManoharaNamah
    Jitakrodha ( The Lord Who Captivates the Mind ) OmJitakrodhaNamah
    Veerabahu ( The Lord Who has Conquered Anger ) OmVeerabahuNamah
    Vidaarana ( The Lord Who is Having Mighty Arms ) OmVidaaranaNamah
    Svaapana ( The Destroyer of Unrighteous ) OmSvaapanaNamah
    Svavasha ( The Lord Who Puts People to Sleep ) OmSvavashaNamah
    Vyapi ( The Lord Who has Everything under His control ) OmVyapiNamah
    Naikatma ( The Lord Who has Spread Everywhere ) OmNaikatmaNamah
    Naikakarmakrit ( The Lord Who Takes Various Forms Depending on Need ) OmNaikakarmakritNamah
    Vatsara ( The Lord Who Performs Many Actions ) OmVatsaraNamah
    Vatsala ( The Lord Who is the Abode of Everything ) OmVatsalaNamah
    Vatsi ( The Lord Who Loves His Devotees ) OmVatsiNamah
    Ratnagarbha ( The Lord Who is the Protector of the People ) OmRatnagarbhaNamah
    Dhaneshwara ( The Lord Who is the Ocean Which Keeps Pearls Within Itself ) OmDhaneshwaraNamah
    Dharmagupa ( The One Who is the God of wealth ) OmDharmagupaNamah
    Dharmakrit ( The Protector of Dharma ) OmDharmakritNamah
    Dharmi ( The Lord Who Acts According to Dharma ) OmDharmiNamah
    Sat ( The Supporter of Dharma ) OmSatNamah
    Asat ( The Lord Who is the Ultimate Permanent Truth ) OmAsatNamah
    Ksharam ( The Lord Who is the Ultimate Truth Which is Hidden by Illusion ) OmKsharamNamah
    Aksharam ( The Lord Who Appears to Perish ) OmAksharamNamah
    Avigyata ( The Lord Who is Imperishable ) OmAvigyataNamah
    Sahasraamshu ( The Lord Who is Not One Who Does Not Know ) OmSahasraamshuNamah
    Vidhata ( The Lord Who has Thousand Rays ) OmVidhataNamah
    Kritalakshana ( The Lord Who Carries the World ) OmKritalakshanaNamah
    Gabhastinemi ( The One Who is Famous for His Qualities ) OmGabhastinemiNamah
    Sattvastha ( The Hub of the Universal Wheel ) OmSattvasthaNamah
    Simha ( The Lord Who is Situated in Sattva ) OmSimhaNamah
    Bhoota-maheshwara ( The Lord Who is as Royal as a Lion ) OmBhoota-maheshwaraNamah
    Adideva ( The Lord Who is the First and Ultimate God of All Beings ) OmAdidevaNamah
    Mahadeva ( The First Diety ) OmMahadevaNamah
    Devesha ( The Great Diety ) OmDeveshaNamah
    Devabhridguru ( The Lord Who Appears to Perish ) OmDevabhridguruNamah
    Uttara ( The Lord Who is the Lord of All Devas ) OmUttaraNamah
    Gopati ( The Lord Who Saves All Beings from the Miserable Ocean of Mortal Life ) OmGopatiNamah
    Gopta ( The Lord Who Rears the Cattle ) OmGoptaNamah
    Gyanagamya ( The Lord Who is the Protector ) OmGyanagamyaNamah
    Puratana ( The Lord Who can Only be Attained Through Pure Knowledge ) OmPuratanaNamah
    Shareera-bhoota-bhrit ( The Lord Who is Very Ancient ) OmShareera-bhoota-bhritNamah
    Bhokta ( The Lord Who is the Soul of Pancha Bhoothas Which is the Basis of All Beings ) OmBhoktaNamah
    Kapindra ( The Lord Who Enjoys the Truth in Himself ) OmKapindraNamah
    Bhooridakshina ( The Lord Who is RamaRama
     As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Rama...
    , Dear to All Monkeys )
    OmBhooridakshinaNamah
    Amritapa ( The Lord Who Drinks Soma ) OmAmritapaNamah
    Soma ( The Lord Who Drinks the Nectar ) OmSomaNamah
    Purujita ( The Lord Who in the Form of Moon Helps Plants to Grow ) OmPurujitaNamah
    Purusattama ( The Lord Who has Conquered Numerous Enemies ) OmPurusattamaNamah
    Vinaya ( The Lord Who is the Best in Several Forms ) OmVinayaNamah
    Jaya ( The Lord Who Humiliates Those Who are Unrighteous ) OmJayaNamah
    Satyasandha ( The Victorious Lord ) OmSatyasandhaNamah
    Dasharha ( The Lord Who is Veracious in Mental Decisions ) OmDasharhaNamah
    Saatvataampati ( The Lord Who Was Born in the Dasharha Race ) OmSaatvataampatiNamah
    Jiva ( The Lord of the Satvatas ) OmJivaNamah
    Vinayitasakshi ( The Living Being ) OmVinayitasakshiNamah
    Mukunda ( The Witness of Modesty ) OmMukundaNamah
    Amitavikrama ( The Giver of Liberation ) OmAmitavikramaNamah
    Ambhonidhi ( The Lord of Immeasurable Prowess ) OmAmbhonidhiNamah
    Anantatma ( The Lord Who is the Ultimate Sojourn to Devas, Manushyas, Asuras and Pitrs ) OmAnantatmaNamah
    Mahodadhishaya ( The Infinite Self ) OmMahodadhishayaNamah
    Antaka ( The Lord Who Rests on the Great Ocean ) OmAntakaNamah
    Aja ( The Lord Who Brings About End of Everything ) OmAjaNamah
    Mahaarha ( The One Who Never Takes Birth ) OmMahaarhaNamah
    Svabhaavya ( The Lord Who Deserves the Highest Worship ) OmSvabhaavyaNamah
    Jitaamitra ( The Lord Who Ever-rooted in the Nature of His Own Self ) OmJitaamitraNamah
    Pramodana ( The Lord Who has Conquered All Enemies ) OmPramodanaNamah
    Ananda ( The Lord Who is Always Happy ) OmAnandaNamah
    Nandana ( The Lord Who is the Personification of Happiness ) OmNandanaNamah
    Nanda ( The Lord Who Makes Others Blissful ) OmNandaNamah
    Satyadharmaa ( The Lord Who is Free from All Worldly Pleasures ) OmSatyadharmaaNamah
    Trivikrama ( The Lord Who is the Truthful Dharma ) OmTrivikramaNamah
    Maharshi Kapilaachaarya ( The Lord Who Measured the Worlds in Three Steps ) OmMaharshi KapilaachaaryaNamah
    Kritagya ( The Lord Who Incarnated as Kapila, the Great Sage ) OmKritagyaNamah
    Medinipati ( The Knower of the World ) OmMedinipatiNamah
    Tripada ( The Lord of the Earth ) OmTripadaNamah
    Tridashaadhyaksha ( The Lord Who has Taken Three Steps ) OmTridashaadhyakshaNamah
    Mahashringa ( The Lord of Three States of Consciousness - Wakefulness, Sleep and Dream ) OmMahashringaNamah
    Kritaantakrit ( The Lord has the Great Horn (MatsyaMatsya
     Matsya Avatar was the first Avatar of Vishnu, among the Dashavatara...
    Avatar) )
    OmKritaantakritNamah
    Mahavaraha ( The Lord Who Destroys the World Created by Himself ) OmMahavarahaNamah
    Sushena ( The Lord Who is Known through Vedanta ) OmSushenaNamah
    Kanakangadi ( The Lord Who has Magnificent Army ) OmKanakangadiNamah
    Guhya ( The Lord Who has Golden Armlets ) OmGuhyaNamah
    Gabhira ( The Mysterious ) OmGabhiraNamah
    Gahana ( The Unfathomable ) OmGahanaNamah
    Gupta ( The Lord Whose Depth Cannot be Measured ) OmGuptaNamah
    Chakragadaadhara ( The Lord Who is Hidden from Mind and the Words ) OmChakragadaadharaNamah
    Vedha ( The Lord Who Keeps the Holy Wheel and Holy Mace ) OmVedhaNamah
    Svaanga ( The Creator of the Universe ) OmSvaangaNamah
    Ajita ( The Lord Who is the Instrument Reason and Cause for Existence ) OmAjitaNamah
    Krishna ( The Unconquered ) OmKrishnaNamah
    Drida ( The Dark-complexioned Lord ) OmDridaNamah
    Sankarshanoachyuta ( The Lord Who has No Change in Character and Ability ) OmSankarshanoachyutaNamah
    Varuna ( The Lord Who Withdraw the Beings Within Himself During the Deluge ) OmVarunaNamah
    Vaaruna ( The One Who Sets on the Horizon ) OmVaarunaNamah
    Vriksha ( The Son of Varuna (Vasishta) ) OmVrikshaNamah
    Pushkaraaksha ( The Lord Who is Firm and Stable like the Tree ) OmPushkaraakshaNamah
    Mahamanaa ( The Lotus Eyed ) OmMahamanaaNamah
    Bhagawaan ( The Lord Who of Great Mind ) OmBhagawaanNamah
    Bagahaa ( The Lord Who Possesses Six Opulences ) OmBagahaaNamah
    Anandi ( The Lord Who Destroys Wealth During Deluge ) OmAnandiNamah
    Vanamali ( The Lord Who Gives Delight ) OmVanamaliNamah
    Halaayudha ( The Lord Who Wears a Garland of Forest Flowers ) OmHalaayudhaNamah
    Aditya ( The Lord Who has a Plough as His Weapon ) OmAdityaNamah
    Jyotiraditya ( The Lord Who was Born of Aditi ) OmJyotiradityaNamah
    Sahishnu ( The Resplendence of the Sun ) OmSahishnuNamah
    Gatisattama ( The Lord Who Calmly Endures Duality ) OmGatisattamaNamah
    Sudhanva ( The Ultimate Refuge for All Devotees ) OmSudhanvaNamah
    Khandaparashu ( The Lord Who has the Holy Bow Salled Saranga ) OmKhandaparashuNamah
    Daaruna ( The Lord Who has Axe as a Weapon to Kill Enemies ) OmDaarunaNamah
    Dravinaprada ( Merciless Towards the Unrighteous ) OmDravinapradaNamah
    Divahsprik ( The Lord Who Lavishly Gives Wealth ) OmDivahsprikNamah
    Sarvadrigvyasa ( The Lord Who Touches the Sky ) OmSarvadrigvyasaNamah
    Vaachaspatirayonija ( The Lord Who Writes About All Knowledge ) OmVaachaspatirayonijaNamah
    Trisama ( The Unborn Lord of Vidyas ) OmTrisamaNamah
    Samaga ( The Lord Who is Worshipped by the Three Samas ) OmSamagaNamah
    Sama ( The Chanter of Sama Hymns ) OmSamaNamah
    Nirvaanam ( The Lord Who is the Sama Veda ) OmNirvaanamNamah
    Bheshajam ( Joy of Renunciation ) OmBheshajamNamah
    Bhishak ( The Lord Who is the Medicine ) OmBhishakNamah
    Sanyasakrit ( The Lord Who is The Physician ) OmSanyasakritNamah
    Shama ( The Institutor of Sanyasa ) OmShamaNamah
    Shanta ( The Lord Who is Calm ) OmShantaNamah
    Nishtha ( The Lord Who is Peaceful ) OmNishthaNamah
    Shanti ( The Abode of All Beings ) OmShantiNamah
    Paraayanam ( The Lord Whose Very Nature is Peace ) OmParaayanamNamah
    Shubhanga ( The way to Liberation ) OmShubhangaNamah
    Shantida ( The Lord Who has the Most Beautiful Form ) OmShantidaNamah
    Srashtaa ( The Giver of Peace ) OmSrashtaaNamah
    Kumuda ( The Creator of all Beings ) OmKumudaNamah
    Kuvaleshaya ( The Lord Who Delights in the Earth ) OmKuvaleshayaNamah
    Gohita ( The Lord Who Reclines in the Waters ) OmGohitaNamah
    Gopati ( The Lord Who does Welfare for Cows ) OmGopatiNamah
    Gopta ( The One Who is Lord of the Earth ) OmGoptaNamah
    Vrishabhaksha ( The Lord Who is the Protector of the Universe ) OmVrishabhakshaNamah
    Vrishapriya ( The Lord Whose Merciful Eyes Showers Whatever is Prayed for ) OmVrishapriyaNamah
    Anivarti ( The Lord Who Delights in Dharma ) OmAnivartiNamah
    Nivrittatma ( The Lord Who Never Retreats ) OmNivrittatmaNamah
    Samkshepta ( The Lord Who is Fully Restrained from All Sense Indulgences ) OmSamksheptaNamah
    Kshemakrit ( The Condensor During Pralaya ) OmKshemakritNamah
    Shiva ( The Preserver of Welfare ) OmShivaNamah
    Srivatsavakshaa ( The Lord Who is Eternally Pure ) OmSrivatsavakshaaNamah
    Srivasa ( The Lord Who has Shrivatsa on His Chest ) OmSrivasaNamah
    Srimataam Vara ( The One Who is the Lord of Goddess Lakshmi ) OmSrimataam VaraNamah
    Srida ( The Best Among Glorious ) OmSridaNamah
    Srisha ( The Giver of Opulence ) OmSrishaNamah
    Srinivasa ( The Lord of Sri (Goddess of Fortune) ) OmSrinivasaNamah
    Srinidhi ( The Lord in Whom Goddess Lakshmi Lives ) OmSrinidhiNamah
    Srivibhavana ( The Treasure of Sri ) OmSrivibhavanaNamah
    Sridhara ( The Distributor of Wealth ) OmSridharaNamah
    Srikara ( The Bearer of Sri ) OmSrikaraNamah
    Shreya ( The Lord Who Gives All Wealth to His Devotees ) OmShreyaNamah
    Sriman ( The Lord Who is the Personification of Perennial Happiness ) OmSrimanNamah
    Lokatrayashraya ( The Professor of Sri ) OmLokatrayashrayaNamah
    Svaksha ( The Refuge of the Three Worlds ) OmSvakshaNamah
    Svanga ( The Beautiful Eyed Lord ) OmSvangaNamah
    Shatananda ( The Lord Who has Beautiful Limbs ) OmShatanandaNamah
    Nandi ( The Lord of Infinite Varieties and Joys ) OmNandiNamah
    Jyotirganeshwara ( The Lord Who is Personification of Supreme Happiness ) OmJyotirganeshwaraNamah
    Vijitatma ( The Lord of the Luminaries in the Cosmos ) OmVijitatmaNamah
    Avidheyatma ( The Lord Who has Conquered the Sense Organs ) OmAvidheyatmaNamah
    Satkirti ( The Lord Who is not Under the Control of Anybody ) OmSatkirtiNamah
    Chinnasamshaya ( The Lord Who has True Fame ) OmChinnasamshayaNamah
    Udirna ( The Lord Who is Cleared of All Doubts ) OmUdirnaNamah
    Sarvatash Chakshu ( The Lord Who is Greater than All Beings ) OmSarvatash ChakshuNamah
    Anisha ( The Lord Who Sees Everything Everywhere ) OmAnishaNamah
    Shashvatasthira ( The One Who does not Have Any God Above Him ) OmShashvatasthiraNamah
    Bhooshaya ( The Lord Who is Eternal and Stable ) OmBhooshayaNamah
    Bhooshana ( The Lord Who Rested on the Ground ) OmBhooshanaNamah
    Bhooti ( The Lord Who Adorns the World ) OmBhootiNamah
    Vishoka ( The Lord Who has Pure Existence ) OmVishokaNamah
    Shokanashana ( The Lord Who is Sorrowless ) OmShokanashanaNamah
    Archishmaan ( The Lord Who Destroys Sadness of His Devotees ) OmArchishmaanNamah
    Archita ( The Effulgent ) OmArchitaNamah
    Kumbha ( The Lord Who is Constantly Worshipped by His Devotees ) OmKumbhaNamah
    Vishuddhatma ( The Pot Within Whom Everything is Contained ) OmVishuddhatmaNamah
    Vishodhana ( The One Who has the Purest Soul ) OmVishodhanaNamah
    Aniruddha ( The Great Purifier ) OmAniruddhaNamah
    Apratiratha ( The Lord Who is Invincible by Any Enemy ) OmApratirathaNamah
    Pradyumna ( The Lord Who has no Enemies to Threaten Him ) OmPradyumnaNamah
    Amitavikrama ( The Lord Who has Great Wealth ) OmAmitavikramaNamah
    Kalaneminiha ( The Lord Who has Immeasurable Prowess ) OmKalaneminihaNamah
    Veera ( The Slayer of Kalanemi ) OmVeeraNamah
    Shauri ( The Lord Who is Valorous ) OmShauriNamah
    Shoorajaneshwara ( The Lord Who was Born in the Sura Dynasty ) OmShoorajaneshwaraNamah
    Trilokatma ( Lord of the Valiant ) OmTrilokatmaNamah
    Trilokesha ( The Soul of the Three Worlds ) OmTrilokeshaNamah
    Keshava ( The Lord of the Three Worlds ) OmKeshavaNamah
    Keshiha ( The Lord Whose Rays Illumine the Cosmos ) OmKeshihaNamah
    Hari ( The Slayer of Demon Kesi ) OmHariNamah
    Kamadeva ( Destroyer of the Cycle of Birth ) OmKamadevaNamah
    Kamapala ( The One Who is Passionately Loved by His Devotees ) OmKamapalaNamah
    Kaami ( The Lord Who Takes Care of Desires ) OmKaamiNamah
    Kanta ( The Lord of Fulfilled Desires ) OmKantaNamah
    Kritagama ( The Lord of Enchanting Form ) OmKritagamaNamah
    Anirdeshyavapu ( The Author of the Agama Scriptures ) OmAnirdeshyavapuNamah
    Vishnu ( The Lord Whose Forms Cannot be Defined ) OmVishnuNamah
    Veera ( All-Pervading Lord ) OmVeeraNamah
    Ananta ( The Courageous ) OmAnantaNamah
    Dhananjaya ( The Lord Who is Endless ) OmDhananjayaNamah
    Brahmanya ( The Lord Who Gained Wealth Through Conquest ) OmBrahmanyaNamah
    Brahmakrit ( Patron of Brahman ) OmBrahmakritNamah
    Brahmaa ( The Lord Who Acts in Brahman ) OmBrahmaaNamah
    Brahma ( The Creator ) OmBrahmaNamah
    Brahmavivardhana ( The Lord Who is Brahmam ) OmBrahmavivardhanaNamah
    Braahmana ( The Lord Who Knows Brahman ) OmBraahmanaNamah
    Brahmagya ( The Lord Who Controls All that is Denoted by Brahma ) OmBrahmagyaNamah
    Mahakrama ( The Lord Who is Dear to the Brahmanas ) OmMahakramaNamah
    Mahakarma ( The Lord Who Takes Gig Steps ) OmMahakarmaNamah
    Mahateja ( The Lord Who Performs Great Deeds ) OmMahatejaNamah
    Mahoraga ( The Lord of Great Resplendence ) OmMahoragaNamah
    Mahakratu ( The Lord Who has the Form of the Great Serpent ) OmMahakratuNamah
    Mahayajva ( The Great Sacrifice ) OmMahayajvaNamah
    Mahayajna ( The Lord Who Performed Great Yajnas ) OmMahayajnaNamah
    Mahahavi ( The Great Yajna ) OmMahahaviNamah
    Stavya ( The Greatest Sacrificial Offering in the Yajna ) OmStavyaNamah
    Stavapriya ( The Lord Who is Being Praised by Everybody ) OmStavapriyaNamah
    Stotram ( The Lord Who Likes Being Praised ) OmStotramNamah
    Stuti ( The Hymn Itself ) OmStutiNamah
    Stota ( The Act of Praise ) OmStotaNamah
    Ranapriya ( The Lord Who Adores or Praises ) OmRanapriyaNamah
    Poorna ( The Lord Who is the Lover of Battles ) OmPoornaNamah
    Poorayita ( The Lord Who is Complete ) OmPoorayitaNamah
    Punya ( The Lord Who Fulfills the Wishes of His Devotees ) OmPunyaNamah
    Punyakirti ( The Truly Holy ) OmPunyakirtiNamah
    Anamaya ( The Lord of Holy Fame ) OmAnamayaNamah
    Manojava ( The Lord Who Never Becomes Ill ) OmManojavaNamah
    Tirthakara ( The Lord Who is Swift as the Mind ) OmTirthakaraNamah
    Vasureta ( The Lord Who Created Methods for Salvation of All Beings in the World ) OmVasuretaNamah
    Vasuprada ( The Lord Whose Essence is Golden ) OmVasupradaNamah
    Vasuprada ( The Bestower of Wealth ) OmVasupradaNamah
    Vasudeva ( The Lord Who Leads His Devotees to Salvation ) OmVasudevaNamah
    Vasu ( The Lord Who was Born as Son of Vasudeva ) OmVasuNamah
    Vasumana ( The Refuge for All Beings ) OmVasumanaNamah
    Havi ( The Lord of Great Mind ) OmHaviNamah
    Sadgati ( The Lord Who is the Sacrificial Offering in the Yajnas ) OmSadgatiNamah
    Satkriti ( The Lord Who is Attained by Good People ) OmSatkritiNamah
    Satta ( The Lord Who is Full of Good Actions ) OmSattaNamah
    Sadbhuti ( The Lord Who is Personification of Non Differential Knowledge ) OmSadbhutiNamah
    Satparayana ( The Lord Who is Undenied Being ) OmSatparayanaNamah
    Shoorasena ( The Supreme Goal of the Good ) OmShoorasenaNamah
    Yadushreshta ( The Lord Who has Heroic and Valiant Armies ) OmYadushreshtaNamah
    Sannivasa ( The Lord Who is the Greatest Among Yadus ) OmSannivasaNamah
    suyamuna ( The One Who is the Ultimate Place Where Scholars Go ) OmsuyamunaNamah
    Bhootavasa ( The One Who is Attended by the People Dwelling on the Banks of Yamuna ) OmBhootavasaNamah
    Vasudeva ( The Dwelling Place of the Elements ) OmVasudevaNamah
    Sarvasunilaya ( The Lord Who Envelops the Universe by Illusion ) OmSarvasunilayaNamah
    Anala ( The Lord Who is the Shelter of All Living Beings ) OmAnalaNamah
    Darpaha ( The Lord of Unlimited Wealth, Power and Glory ) OmDarpahaNamah
    Darpada ( The Destroyer of Pride in Evil-Minded People ) OmDarpadaNamah
    Dripta ( The Giver of Pride to Those Who Walks on the Path of Dharma ) OmDriptaNamah
    Durdhara ( The Lord Who Never Gets Proud of His Strength ) OmDurdharaNamah
    Aparajita ( The Lord Who can be Brought to the Mind with Difficulty ) OmAparajitaNamah
    Vishwamurti ( The Unvanquished ) OmVishwamurtiNamah
    Mahamurti ( The Universe Personified ) OmMahamurtiNamah
    Deeptamurti ( The Lord Who is Monumental in Form ) OmDeeptamurtiNamah
    Amurtiman ( The Lord Of Resplendent Form ) OmAmurtimanNamah
    Anekamurti ( The Lord Who is Formless ) OmAnekamurtiNamah
    Avyakta ( The Lord of Multi Form ) OmAvyaktaNamah
    Shatamurti ( The Lord Who is Unmanifested ) OmShatamurtiNamah
    Shatanana ( The Lord Who has Several Forms ) OmShatananaNamah
    Eka ( The Lord Who has Several Faces ) OmEkaNamah
    Naika ( The Lord Who is The One ) OmNaikaNamah
    Sava ( The Lord Who Appears as in Different Forms by Illusion ) OmSavaNamah
    Kah ( The Lord Who is the Personification of Soma Yagya ) OmKahNamah
    Kim ( The Lord Who is Worshipped as 'Ka' Indicating Pleasures ) OmKimNamah
    Yat ( The One to be Inquired ) OmYatNamah
    Tat ( The Lord Who is Indicated by 'yat' (Which) ) OmTatNamah
    Padamanuttamam ( The Lord Who is Indicated by the Word 'That' ) OmPadamanuttamamNamah
    Lokabandhu ( The Unequalled State of Perfection ) OmLokabandhuNamah
    Lokanatha ( The Kinsman of the Universe ) OmLokanathaNamah
    Madhava ( Lord of the Universe ) OmMadhavaNamah
    Bhaktavatsala ( The Lord Who Born in the Family of Madhu ) OmBhaktavatsalaNamah
    Suvarnavarna ( The Lord Who Loves His Devotees ) OmSuvarnavarnaNamah
    Hemanga ( The Lord Who is of a Golden Colour ) OmHemangaNamah
    Varanga ( The Lord Who has Limbs of Gold ) OmVarangaNamah
    Chandanangadi ( The Lord with Beautiful Limbs ) OmChandanangadiNamah
    Veeraha ( The Lord Who has Attractive Armlets ) OmVeerahaNamah
    Vishama ( The Slayer of the Valiant Foes ) OmVishamaNamah
    Shoonya ( The Lord Who Cannot be Compared to Anyone Else ) OmShoonyaNamah
    Ghritashi ( The Void ) OmGhritashiNamah
    Achala ( The Lord Who has No Need for Good Wishes ) OmAchalaNamah
    Chala ( The Lord Who is Supremely Stable ) OmChalaNamah
    Amani ( The Lord Who is Moving ) OmAmaniNamah
    Manada ( The Lord Who Does Not have Pride and Willing to be Anything ) OmManadaNamah
    Manya ( The Lord Who Generates Egoistic Conciousness ) OmManyaNamah
    Lokaswami ( The Lord Who is to be Honoured ) OmLokaswamiNamah
    Trilokadhrik ( The Lord of the World ) OmTrilokadhrikNamah
    Sumedha ( The Lord Who Carries the Three Worlds ) OmSumedhaNamah
    Medhaja ( The Lord Who has Pure Intelligence ) OmMedhajaNamah
    Dhanya ( The Lord Who is Born Out of Sacrifices ) OmDhanyaNamah
    Satyamedha ( The Lord Who is Fortunate ) OmSatyamedhaNamah
    Dharaadhara ( The Lord Whose Intelligence Never Fails ) OmDharaadharaNamah
    Tejovrisha ( The Sole Support of the Earth ) OmTejovrishaNamah
    Dyutidhara ( The Lord Who Showers Radiance ) OmDyutidharaNamah
    Sarvashastra-bhritamvara ( The Lord Who Bears an Effulgent Form ) OmSarvashastra-bhritamvaraNamah
    Pragraha ( The Best Among Those Who Wield Weapons ) OmPragrahaNamah
    Nigraha ( The Receiver of the Humblest Gifts ) OmNigrahaNamah
    Vyagra ( The Lord Who Keeps Every Thing Within Himself ) OmVyagraNamah
    Naikashringa ( The Lord Who is Ever Engaged in Fulfilling the Devotee’s Desires ) OmNaikashringaNamah
    Gadagraja ( The Lord Who has Several Horns ) OmGadagrajaNamah
    Chaturmurti ( The Lord Who is Invoked Through Mantra ) OmChaturmurtiNamah
    Chaturbahu ( The Lord Who has Four Forms ) OmChaturbahuNamah
    Chaturvyooha ( The Lord Who has Four Arms ) OmChaturvyoohaNamah
    Chaturgati ( The Lord Who Expresses Himself as the Dynamic Centre in the Four Vyoohas ) OmChaturgatiNamah
    Chaturatma ( The Ultimate Goal of All Four Varnas and Asramas ) OmChaturatmaNamah
    Chaturbhava ( The Lord Who is Clear Minded ) OmChaturbhavaNamah
    Chaturvedavit ( The Source of the Four Purushartas ) OmChaturvedavitNamah
    Ekapaat ( The Knower of Four Vedas ) OmEkapaatNamah
    Samavarta ( The Lord of One Foot ) OmSamavartaNamah
    Anivrittatma ( The Lord Who is the Skillfull Turner ) OmAnivrittatmaNamah
    Durjaya ( The Lord Who is Always Available Everywhere ) OmDurjayaNamah
    Duratikrama ( The Unconquered ) OmDuratikramaNamah
    Durlabha ( The Lord Whose Orders Can Never be Disobeyed ) OmDurlabhaNamah
    Durgama ( The Lord Who Obtained with Effort ) OmDurgamaNamah
    Durga ( The Lord Who is Realised with Great Effort ) OmDurgaNamah
    Duravasa ( The Lord Who is Not Easily Attained ) OmDuravasaNamah
    Durariha ( The Lord Who can be Kept ) OmDurarihaNamah
    shubhanga ( The Slayer of the Demons ) OmshubhangaNamah
    Lokasaranga ( The One with Enchanting Limbs ) OmLokasarangaNamah
    Sutantu ( The Lord Who Understands the Essence of the World ) OmSutantuNamah
    Tantuvardhana ( The Lord Who has Expanded this Universe Starting From Himself ) OmTantuvardhanaNamah
    Indrakarma ( The Lord Who Broadens the World ) OmIndrakarmaNamah
    Mahakarma ( The Lord Who Resembling Indra in his Glorious Actions ) OmMahakarmaNamah
    Kritakarma ( The Lord Who Accomplishes Great Acts ) OmKritakarmaNamah
    Kritagama ( The Lord Who has Fulfilled His Acts ) OmKritagamaNamah
    Udbhava ( The Author of Vedas ) OmUdbhavaNamah
    Sundara ( The Lord Who Attains Great Births ) OmSundaraNamah
    Sunda ( The Lord Who is the Epitome of Beauty ) OmSundaNamah
    Ratna-nabha ( The Lord of Great Mercy ) OmRatna-nabhaNamah
    Sulochana ( The Lord Who has a Beautiful Navel ) OmSulochanaNamah
    Arka ( The Lord Who has the Most Enchanting Eyes ) OmArkaNamah
    Vaajasana ( The Lord Who is Suitable to be Worshipped by All Great Gods ) OmVaajasanaNamah
    Shringi ( The Giver of Food ) OmShringiNamah
    Jayanta ( The Lord Who was Born as a Fish with Horn ) OmJayantaNamah
    Sarvavijjayi ( The Conqueror of All Enemies ) OmSarvavijjayiNamah
    Suvarnabindu ( The Lord Who is at Once Omniscient and Victorious ) OmSuvarnabinduNamah
    Akshobhya ( The Lord Who has Limbs Radiant Like Gold ) OmAkshobhyaNamah
    Sarva vageeshvareshwara ( The Lord Who is Ever Unruffled ) OmSarva vageeshvareshwaraNamah
    Mahahrida ( The One Who is the Chief Among Gods Who Speak ) OmMahahridaNamah
    Mahagarta ( The Lord Whose Heart is Full of the Eternal Water of Happiness ) OmMahagartaNamah
    Mahabhoota ( The Great Chasm ) OmMahabhootaNamah
    Mahanidhi ( The Lord Who is the Great Being ) OmMahanidhiNamah
    Kumuda ( The Lord in Whom All Wealth is Saved ) OmKumudaNamah
    Kundara ( The Lord Who Makes the Earth Happy ) OmKundaraNamah
    Kunda ( The Lord Who Recognizes Results of Good Deeds ) OmKundaNamah
    Parjanya ( The Lord Who is as Attractive as Kunda (Jasmine) Flowers ) OmParjanyaNamah
    Paavana ( The Lord Who is Similar to Rain-Bearing Clouds ) OmPaavanaNamah
    Anila ( The One Who Ever Purifies ) OmAnilaNamah
    Amritaamsha ( The Lord Who Never Slips ) OmAmritaamshaNamah
    Amritavapu ( The Drinker of Nectar ) OmAmritavapuNamah
    Sarvagya ( The Lord Whose Form is Immortal ) OmSarvagyaNamah
    Sarvatomukha ( The Lord Who is Omniscient ) OmSarvatomukhaNamah
    Sulabha ( The Lord Who has Faces Everywhere ) OmSulabhaNamah
    Suvrata ( The Lord Who can be Easily Attained ) OmSuvrataNamah
    Siddha ( The Lord Who has Accepts Good Vows ) OmSiddhaNamah
    Shatrujit ( The Lord Who is Perfection ) OmShatrujitNamah
    Shatrutapana ( The Lord Who is Ever Victorious Over Foes ) OmShatrutapanaNamah
    Nyagrodha ( The Lord Who Makes his Enemies Suffer ) OmNyagrodhaNamah
    Udumbara ( The Lord is Above All Beings in the Worlds ) OmUdumbaraNamah
    Ashwattha ( Nourishment of All Living Creatures ) OmAshwatthaNamah
    Chanoorandhranishoodana ( The Impermanent Tree ) OmChanoorandhranishoodanaNamah
    Sahasraarchi ( The Slayer of Chanura Demon ) OmSahasraarchiNamah
    Saptajihva ( The Lord Who has Thousands of Rays ) OmSaptajihvaNamah
    Saptaidha ( The Lord Who Expresses Himself as the Seven Tongues of Fire ) OmSaptaidhaNamah
    Saptavahana ( The Lord Who has Seven Flames ) OmSaptavahanaNamah
    Amoorti ( The Lord Who has a Vehicle of Seven Horses ) OmAmoortiNamah
    Anagha ( The Lord Who Does Not Have Shape ) OmAnaghaNamah
    Achintya ( The Lord Who is Sinless ) OmAchintyaNamah
    Bhayakrit ( The Inconceivable ) OmBhayakritNamah
    Bhayanaashana ( The Lord Who Creates Fear in Bad People ) OmBhayanaashanaNamah
    Anu ( The Lord Who Destroys Fear in Good People ) OmAnuNamah
    Brihata ( The Lord Who is Subtle and Minute ) OmBrihataNamah
    Krisha ( The Lord Who is Extremely Big ) OmKrishaNamah
    Sthoola ( The Lord Who is Slender ) OmSthoolaNamah
    Gunabhrit ( The Lord Who is Stout ) OmGunabhritNamah
    Nirguna ( The Bearer of Attributes ) OmNirgunaNamah
    Mahaan ( The Lord Who does not have Any Properties ) OmMahaanNamah
    Adhrita ( The Mighty ) OmAdhritaNamah
    Svadhrita ( The Lord Who is not Carried by Anything ) OmSvadhritaNamah
    Svaasya ( The Lord Who Carries Himself ) OmSvaasyaNamah
    Praagvamsha ( The Lord Who has a Beautiful Face ) OmPraagvamshaNamah
    Vamshavardhana ( The Lord Who Belongs to the First Dynasty ) OmVamshavardhanaNamah
    Bhaarabrit ( The Lord Who Makes Dynasties Grow ) OmBhaarabritNamah
    Kathita ( The Lord Who Carries the Load of the Universe ) OmKathitaNamah
    Yogi ( The Lord Who is Glorified in All Scriptures ) OmYogiNamah
    Yogisha ( The Lord Who can be Realised Through Yoga ) OmYogishaNamah
    Sarvakamada ( The Lord Who is the Greatest Among Yogis ) OmSarvakamadaNamah
    Ashrama ( The Lord Who Fulfills All Desires ) OmAshramaNamah
    Shramana ( The Lord Who is the Place Where Beings can Relax ) OmShramanaNamah
    Kshaama ( The Lord Who Gives Sorrow to Sinners ) OmKshaamaNamah
    Suparna ( The Lord Who Destroys Everything During Deluge ) OmSuparnaNamah
    Vayu Vahana ( The Lord Who is Having Vedas as Leaves ) OmVayu VahanaNamah
    Dhanurdhara ( The Lord Who Makes Winds Move ) OmDhanurdharaNamah
    Dhanurveda ( The Wielder of the Bow ) OmDhanurvedaNamah
    Danda ( The Lord Who Knows the Science of Archery ) OmDandaNamah
    Damayita ( The Lord Who Punishes the Wicked ) OmDamayitaNamah
    Dama ( The Lord Who Controls and Rules People ) OmDamaNamah
    Aparajita ( The Lord Who is Also the Patience When Being Ruled ) OmAparajitaNamah
    Sarvasaha ( The Lord Who Cannot be Defeated ) OmSarvasahaNamah
    Niyantaa ( The One That Tolerates All ) OmNiyantaaNamah
    Aniyama ( The Lord Who Makes People Obey Pules ) OmAniyamaNamah
    Ayama ( The Lord Who is not Subject to Any Rules ) OmAyamaNamah
    Sattvavaan ( The Lord Who is Deathless ) OmSattvavaanNamah
    Sattvika ( The Lord Who is Full of Exploits and Courage ) OmSattvikaNamah
    Satya ( The Lord Who is Full of Satvic Qualities ) OmSatyaNamah
    Satyadharma parayana ( The Lord Who is Truth ) OmSatyadharma parayanaNamah
    Abhipraya ( The One Who is Devoted to Truth and Dharma ) OmAbhiprayaNamah
    Priyarha ( The One Who is Approached by Seekers of Salvation ) OmPriyarhaNamah
    Arha ( The One Who Deserves All our Love ) OmArhaNamah
    Priyakrit ( The One Who s Most Appropriate for Worship ) OmPriyakritNamah
    Preetivardhana ( The Fulfiller of Desires ) OmPreetivardhanaNamah
    Vihaayasagati ( The One Who Increases Joy in the Devotee’s Heart ) OmVihaayasagatiNamah
    Jyoti ( The One Who Travels in Space ) OmJyotiNamah
    Suruchi ( The One Who is Self-Effulgent ) OmSuruchiNamah
    Hutabhuk ( The One Who Shines Beautifully ) OmHutabhukNamah
    Vibhu ( The One Who Enjoys All that is Offered in Yajna ) OmVibhuNamah
    Ravi ( All-Pervading Lord ) OmRaviNamah
    Virochana ( The One Who Dries up Everything ) OmVirochanaNamah
    Surya ( The One Who Shines in Different Forms ) OmSuryaNamah
    Savita ( The One Source From Where Everything is Born ) OmSavitaNamah
    Ravilochana ( The One Who Brings Forth the Universe from Himself ) OmRavilochanaNamah
    Ananta ( The One Who has the Sun for His Eyes ) OmAnantaNamah
    Hutabhuk ( The One Who is Endless ) OmHutabhukNamah
    Bhokta ( The One Who Accepts Oblations ) OmBhoktaNamah
    Sukhada ( The One Who is the Consumer of Nature ) OmSukhadaNamah
    Naikaja ( The Giver of Bliss to those Who are Liberated ) OmNaikajaNamah
    Agraja ( The One Who is Born Many Times ) OmAgrajaNamah
    Anirvinna ( The One Who is First-Born ) OmAnirvinnaNamah
    Sadaamarshee ( The One Who Feels No Disappointment ) OmSadaamarsheeNamah
    Lokaadhishthaanam ( The Lord Who Forgives the Mistakes Committed by His Devotees ) OmLokaadhishthaanamNamah
    Adbhuta ( The One Who is the Basis of the World ) OmAdbhutaNamah
    Sanaat ( The One Who is the Wonder ) OmSanaatNamah
    Sanatanatama ( The Lord Who is the Beginningless and Endless Factor ) OmSanatanatamaNamah
    Kapila ( The One Who is Most Ancient ) OmKapilaNamah
    Kapi ( The Great Sage Kapila ) OmKapiNamah
    Avyaya ( The One Who is the Sun ) OmAvyayaNamah
    Svastida ( The One in Whom All Disappear During the Deluge ) OmSvastidaNamah
    Svastikrit ( The Lord Who Gives All Good Things to His Devotees ) OmSvastikritNamah
    Svasti ( The Lord Who does Good ) OmSvastiNamah
    Svastibhuk ( The Lord Who is the Source of All Auspiciouness ) OmSvastibhukNamah
    Svastidakshina ( The Lord Who Constantly Enjoys Auspiciousness ) OmSvastidakshinaNamah
    Araudra ( The Distributor of Auspiciousness ) OmAraudraNamah
    Kundali ( The Lord Who is Never Cruel ) OmKundaliNamah
    Chakri ( The Lord Who Wears Shining Ear Globes ) OmChakriNamah
    vikrami ( The Holder of Chakra ) OmvikramiNamah
    Urjita-shaasana ( The Most Daring ) OmUrjita-shaasanaNamah
    shabdaatiga ( The Lord Who Gives Firm Orders ) OmshabdaatigaNamah
    Shabdasaha ( The Lord Who Transcends All Words ) OmShabdasahaNamah
    Shishira ( The Lord Who Allows Himself to be Invoked by Vedic Declarations ) OmShishiraNamah
    Sharvarikara ( The Lord Who is Cool Like Winter ) OmSharvarikaraNamah
    Akroora ( The Creator of Darkness ) OmAkrooraNamah
    Peshala ( The Lord Who is not Cruel ) OmPeshalaNamah
    Daksha ( The Lord Who is Supremely Soft ) OmDakshaNamah
    Dakshina ( The Lord Who is Clever ) OmDakshinaNamah
    kshaminaam-vara ( The Most Liberal ) Omkshaminaam-varaNamah
    Vidvattama ( The One with the Greatest of Forgiving Powers ) OmVidvattamaNamah
    Veetabhaya ( The Lord Who has the Greatest Wisdom ) OmVeetabhayaNamah
    Punya-shravana-keertana ( The Lord Who has No Fear ) OmPunya-shravana-keertanaNamah
    uttaarana ( The Lord Who Increases Boons to Those Who Sing About Him ) OmuttaaranaNamah
    Dushkritiha ( The Lord Who Lifts Us Out of the Ocean of Change ) OmDushkritihaNamah
    Punya ( The Destroyer of Bad Actions ) OmPunyaNamah
    Duh-svapna-naashana ( The Lord Who is Supremely Pure ) OmDuh-svapna-naashanaNamah
    Veeraha ( The Lord Who Destroys All Bad Dreams ) OmVeerahaNamah
    Rakshana ( The Slayer of the Valiant Foes ) OmRakshanaNamah
    Santa ( The Protector of the Universe ) OmSantaNamah
    Jeevana ( The Lord Who is Expressed Through Saintly Men ) OmJeevanaNamah
    Paryavasthita ( The Life Spark in All Creatures ) OmParyavasthitaNamah
    Anantaroopa ( The Lord Who Dwells Everywhere ) OmAnantaroopaNamah
    Anantashree ( The Lord Who has Countless Forms ) OmAnantashreeNamah
    Jitamanyu ( The Lord Full of Infinite Glories ) OmJitamanyuNamah
    Bhayapaha ( The Lord Who has won over anger ) OmBhayapahaNamah
    Chaturashra ( The Lord Who Destroys All Fears ) OmChaturashraNamah
    Gabhiratma ( The Lord Who Deals Squarely ) OmGabhiratmaNamah
    Vidisha ( The Lord of Deep and Profound Nature ) OmVidishaNamah
    Vyaadisha ( The Lord Who is Unique in His Giving ) OmVyaadishaNamah
    Disha ( The Lord Who is Unique in His Commanding Power ) OmDishaNamah
    Anaadi ( The Lord Who Advises and Gives Knowledge ) OmAnaadiNamah
    Bhuvo-bhuva ( The Lord Who has No Beginning ) OmBhuvo-bhuvaNamah
    Lakshmi ( The One Who Exists in Himself Without Any Other Support ) OmLakshmiNamah
    Suveera ( The Lord Who is the Abode of All Wealth ) OmSuveeraNamah
    Ruchiraangada ( The Lord Who Moves with Great and Divine Glories ) OmRuchiraangadaNamah
    Janana ( The Lord Who Wears Resplendent Shoulder Caps ) OmJananaNamah
    Jana-janmaadi ( The Lord Who Delivers All Living Creatures ) OmJana-janmaadiNamah
    Bheema ( The One Who is the Cause of the Birth of All Creatures ) OmBheemaNamah
    Bheema-parakrama ( The One Who is of Fearful Form ) OmBheema-parakramaNamah
    Aadhaaranilaya ( The Oen Whose Prowess is Fearful to His Enemies ) OmAadhaaranilayaNamah
    Adhaataa ( The Lord Who is the Fundamental Sustainer ) OmAdhaataaNamah
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    Sadpathaachaara ( The Lord Who is on Top of Everything ) OmSadpathaachaaraNamah
    Praanada ( The Lord Who Moves Only in the Path of Truth ) OmPraanadaNamah
    Pranava ( The Lord Who Gives Life to the Physical Body ) OmPranavaNamah
    Pana ( The Lord Who is Omkara Which Denotes the Supreme Truth ) OmPanaNamah
    Pramaanam ( The Supreme Universal Manager ) OmPramaanamNamah
    Praananilaya ( The Lord Who is the Basis of All Scriptures ) OmPraananilayaNamah
    Praanabhrit ( The Lord in Whom All Life Exists ) OmPraanabhritNamah
    Praanajeevana ( The Lord Who Controls and Rules All Activities of Life ) OmPraanajeevanaNamah
    Tattvam ( The Lord Who Gives the Breath of Life to the Living Creatures ) OmTattvamNamah
    Tattvavit ( The Lord Who is the Real and Only Truth ) OmTattvavitNamah
    Ekaatma ( The Lord Who Manifests as the Knowledge of the Supreme Truth ) OmEkaatmaNamah
    Janma-mrityu-jaraatiga ( The Lord Who is the One and Only One Soul ) OmJanma-mrityu-jaraatigaNamah
    Bhoor-bhuvah-swastaru ( The Lord Who has No Birth, No Death and is Not Affected by Time ) OmBhoor-bhuvah-swastaruNamah
    Taara ( The Lord Who Nourishes the Tree (of Bhoo, Bhuvah and sva) of Life ) OmTaaraNamah
    Savita ( The Lord Who Helps to Get Across the Ocean of Life ) OmSavitaNamah
    Prapitaamaha ( The Father of the Universe ) OmPrapitaamahaNamah
    Yajna ( The Lord Who is the Great Old Grand Father of the Universe ) OmYajnaNamah
    Yajnapati ( The Lord Who has the Form of Sincere and Peaceful Co-Existence ) OmYajnapatiNamah
    Yajva ( The Lord of All Yajnas ) OmYajvaNamah
    Yajnaanga ( The Lord Who Performs Yajna ) OmYajnaangaNamah
    Yajnavahana ( The Lord Whose Limbs are the Things Employed in Yajna ) OmYajnavahanaNamah
    Yajnabhrit ( The Lord Who Fulfils Yajnas in Complete ) OmYajnabhritNamah
    Yajnakrit ( The Lord Who Accepts Yajna ) OmYajnakritNamah
    yajnee ( The Lord Who Created Yajna ) OmyajneeNamah
    Yajnabhuk ( The Enjoyer of Yajnas ) OmYajnabhukNamah
    yajnasaadhana ( The Receiver of All that is Offered ) OmyajnasaadhanaNamah
    Yajnaantakrit ( The Lord Who Fulfils All Yajnas ) OmYajnaantakritNamah
    Yajnaguhyam ( The Lord Who Performs the Concluding Act of the Yajna ) OmYajnaguhyamNamah
    Annam ( The Lord Who is the Secret of Yajna ) OmAnnamNamah
    Annaada ( The Lord Who is Food ) OmAnnaadaNamah
    Aatmayoni ( The Lord Who Eats Food ) OmAatmayoniNamah
    Svayamjaata ( The Lord Who has No Cause or Source Except Himself ) OmSvayamjaataNamah
    Vaikhaana ( The Lord Who is the Cause of His Own Birth ) OmVaikhaanaNamah
    Saamagaayana ( The One Who Dug the Earth as a Boar (Varaha) ) OmSaamagaayanaNamah
    Devakee-nandana ( The One Who Chants the Sama Veda ) OmDevakee-nandanaNamah
    Srashtaa ( The Lord Who is the Son of Devaki ) OmSrashtaaNamah
    Kshiteesha ( The One Who Creates the World ) OmKshiteeshaNamah
    Paapa-naashana ( The Lord of the Earth ) OmPaapa-naashanaNamah
    Shankha-bhrit ( Destroyer of All Sins ) OmShankha-bhritNamah
    Nandakee ( The Lord Who Carries and Blows the Shell Named 'Panchajanya' ) OmNandakeeNamah
    Chakri ( The Lord Who Holds the 'Nandaka' Sword ) OmChakriNamah
    shaarnga-dhanvaa ( The Lord Who Carries the Wheel Called Sudarshana ) Omshaarnga-dhanvaaNamah
    Gadaadhara ( The Lord Who has the Bow Called Saranga ) OmGadaadharaNamah
    Rathaangapaani ( The Lord Who has a Mace Called Kaumodaki ) OmRathaangapaaniNamah
    Akshobhya ( The Lord Who Keeps the Wheel called Sudarshana in his Hand ) OmAkshobhyaNamah
    Sarva-praharanaayudha ( The Lord Who Cannot be Annoyed by Anyone ) OmSarva-praharanaayudhaNamah


     
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