# Lalitha Sahasranamam

## Contents

## Nyāsaḥ

Mūla sāhitya (original text) |
Translation
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asya śrī lalitā sahasranāma stotra mālā mantrasya | This is the prayer-garland mantra named śrī lalitā sahasranāma | |

vaśinyādi vāgdevatā ṛṣayaḥ | vaśini and the other speech-deities are the composers | |

anuṣṭup chandaḥ | set to the anushtup metre | |

śrī lalitāparameśvarī devatā | addressed to the devi lalitā parameśvarī | |

śrīmad vāgbhavakūṭeti bījam | vāg-bhava-kūṭa being the seed | |

madhyakūṭeti śaktiḥ | madhya-kūṭa being the śaktiḥ | |

śaktikūṭeti kīlakam | śakti-kūṭa being the pillar | |

śrī lalitāmahātripurasundarī-prasāda siddhi dvārā | in order to attain the door to the grace of śrī lalitā mahā tripura sundarī | |

cintita phala avāptyarthe jape viniyogaḥ | the fruit of this meditation being the objective of this recitation |

## Dhyānam

Mūla sāhitya (original text) |
Translation
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sindūrāruṇa-vigrahāṃ trinayanāṃ māṇikyamauli-sphurat | (She with) a vermilion-red coloured form, with three eyes, sporting a crown of rubies | |

tārā-nāyaka-śekharāṃ smita-mukhīṃ āpīna-vakṣoruhām | studded with the lord of stars (moon), with a smiling face and well endowed breast | |

pāṇibhyāṃ-ali-pūrṇa-ratna-caṣakaṃ raktotpalaṃ -bibhratīṃ | in one hand a bejewelled cup covered by bees (full of honey), carrying a red lotus (in the other hand) | |

saumyāṃ ratna-ghaṭastha-raktacaraṇāṃ dhyāyet-parāmambikām | gentle lady, with her reddish feet placed in a pot of precious gems -- I meditate on this highest mother | |

aruṇāṃ-takaruṇā-raṅgitākṣīṃ dhṛta-pāśāṅkuśa-puṣpa-bāṇa-cāpām | Red in color, with eyes full of compassion, bearing a noose, goad, flower-arrow and bow | |

aṇimādibhir-āvṛtāṃ mayūkhair-ahamityeva-vibhāvaye-bhavānīm | surrounded by aṇima and the others (siddhis), radiant, I visualize you as my own self Bhavānī | |

dhyāyet padmāsanasthāṃ vikasitavadanāṃ padmapatrāyatākṣīṃ | I pray to the one seated on the lotus, the blooming countenance, with eyes like lotus petals | |

hemābhāṃ pītavastrāṃ karakalitalasad hemapadmāṃ varāṅgīm | in shining golden yellow clothes, holding golden lotuses in her hand | |

sarvālaṅkāra yuktāṃ satatam abhayadāṃ bhaktanamrāṃ bhavānīṃ | Fully adorned with decorations, and protecting at all times those devotees who bow to the mother | |

śrīvidyāṃ śānta mūrtiṃ sakala suranutāṃ sarva sampat pradātrīm | the embodiment of divine knowledge and peace, praised by all the gods, yielder of all successes | |

sakuṅkuma vilepanām alikacumbi kastūrikāṃ | smeared with red saffron, and a mark of musk on the forehead whose fragrance attracts bees | |

samanda hasitekṣaṇāṃ saśara cāpa pāśāṅkuśām | with a gentle smile, holding the arrow & bow, the noose and the goad | |

aśeṣajana mohinīṃ aruṇa mālya bhūṣāmbarāṃ | infatuating all beings, with an orange garland and bejewelled attire | |

japākusuma bhāsurāṃ japavidhau smared ambikām | radiating the color of the red hibiscus, in my prayers make me remember your form mother. |

## Stotram

*atha śrī lalitā sahasranāma stotram*

*om*

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śrīmātā ^{[N 1]} śrīmahārājñī ^{[N 2]} śrīmat-siṃhāsaneśvarī ^{[N 3]}

cidagni-kuṇḍa-sambhūtā ^{[N 4]} devakārya-samudyatā ^{[N 5]}

udyadbhānu-sahasrābhā ^{[N 6]} caturbāhu-samanvitā ^{[N 7]}

rāgasvarūpa-pāśāḍhyā ^{[N 8]} krodhākārāṅkuśojjvalā ^{[N 9]}

manorūpekṣu-kodaṇḍā ^{[N 10]} pañcatanmātra-sāyakā ^{[N 11]}

nijāruṇa-prabhāpūra-majjadbrahmāṇḍa-maṇḍalā ^{[N 12]}

campakāśoka-punnāga-saugandhika-lasatkacā ^{[N 13]}

kuruvindamaṇi-śreṇī-kanatkoṭīra-maṇḍitā ^{[N 14]}

aṣṭamīcandra-vibhrāja-dalikasthala-śobhitā ^{[N 15]}

mukhacandra-kalaṅkābha-mṛganābhi-viśeṣakā ^{[N 16]}

vadanasmara-māṅgalya-gṛhatoraṇa-cillikā ^{[N 17]}

vaktralakṣmī-parīvāha-calanmīnābha-locanā ^{[N 18]}

navacampaka-puṣpābha-nāsādaṇḍa-virājitā ^{[N 19]}

tārākānti-tiraskāri-nāsābharaṇa-bhāsurā ^{[N 20]}

kadambamañjarī-kḷpta-karṇapūra-manoharā ^{[N 21]}

tāṭaṅka-yugalī-bhūta-tapanoḍupa-maṇḍalā ^{[N 22]}

padmarāga-śilādarśa-paribhāvi-kapolabhūḥ ^{[N 23]}

navavidruma-bimbaśrī-nyakkāri-radanacchadā^{[variation 1]} ^{[N 24]}

śuddha-vidyāṅkurākāra-dvijapaṅkti-dvayojjvalā ^{[N 25]}

karpūra-vīṭikāmoda-samākarṣi-digantarā ^{[N 26]}

nija-sallāpa^{[variation 2]}-mādhurya-vinirbhartsita-kacchapī ^{[N 27]}

mandasmita-prabhāpūra-majjatkāmeśa-mānasā ^{[N 28]}

anākalita-sādṛśya-cibukaśrī^{[variation 3]}-virājitā ^{[N 29]}

kāmeśa-baddha-māṅgalya-sūtra-śobhita-kandharā ^{[N 30]}

kanakāṅgada-keyūra-kamanīya-bhujānvitā ^{[N 31]}

ratnagraiveya-cintāka-lola-muktā-phalānvitā ^{[N 32]}

kāmeśvara-premaratna-maṇi-pratipaṇa-stanī ^{[N 33]}

nābhyālavāla-romāli-latā-phala-kucadvayī ^{[N 34]}

lakṣyaroma-latādhāratā-samunneya-madhyamā ^{[N 35]}

stanabhāra-dalanmadhya-paṭṭabandha-valitrayā ^{[N 36]}

aruṇāruṇa-kausumbha-vastra-bhāsvat-kaṭītaṭī ^{[N 37]}

ratna-kiṅkiṇikā-ramya-raśanā-dāma-bhūṣitā ^{[N 38]}

kāmeśa-jñāta-saubhāgya-mārdavoru-dvayānvitā ^{[N 39]}

māṇikya-mukuṭākāra-jānudvaya-virājitā ^{[N 40]}

indragopa-parikṣipta-smaratūṇābha-jaṅghikā ^{[N 41]}

gūḍhagulphā ^{[N 42]} kūrmapṛṣṭha-jayiṣṇu-prapadānvitā ^{[N 43]}

nakha-dīdhiti-saṃchanna-namajjana-tamoguṇā ^{[N 44]}

padadvaya-prabhājāla-parākṛta-saroruhā ^{[N 45]}

śiñjāna-maṇimañjīra-maṇḍita-śrī-padāmbujā ^{[N 46]}

marālī-mandagamanā ^{[N 47]} mahālāvaṇya-śevadhiḥ ^{[N 48]}

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sarvāruṇā ^{[N 49]} anavadyāṅgī ^{[N 50]} sarvābharaṇa-bhūṣitā ^{[N 51]}

śiva-kāmeśvarāṅkasthā ^{[N 52]} śivā ^{[N 53]} svādhīna-vallabhā ^{[N 54]}

sumeru-madhya-śṛṅgasthā ^{[N 55]} śrīmannagara-nāyikā ^{[N 56]}

cintāmaṇi-gṛhāntasthā ^{[N 57]} pañca-brahmāsana-sthitā ^{[N 58]}

mahāpadmāṭavī-saṃsthā ^{[N 59]} kadambavana-vāsinī ^{[N 60]}

sudhāsāgara-madhyasthā ^{[N 61]} kāmākṣī ^{[N 62]} kāmadāyinī ^{[N 63]}

devarṣi-gaṇa-saṃghāta-stūyamānātma-vaibhavā ^{[N 64]}

bhaṇḍāsura-vadhodyukta-śaktisenā-samanvitā ^{[N 65]}

sampatkarī-samārūḍha-sindhura-vraja-sevitā ^{[N 66]}

aśvārūḍhādhiṣṭhitāśva-koṭi-koṭibhir āvṛtā ^{[N 67]}

cakrarāja-rathārūḍha-sarvāyudha-pariṣkṛtā ^{[N 68]}

geyacakra-rathārūḍha-mantriṇī-parisevitā ^{[N 69]}

kiricakra-rathārūḍha-daṇḍanāthā-puraskṛtā ^{[N 70]}

jvālā-mālinikākṣipta-vahniprākāra-madhyagā ^{[N 71]}

bhaṇḍasainya-vadhodyukta-śakti-vikrama-harṣitā ^{[N 72]}

nityā-parākramāṭopa-nirīkṣaṇa-samutsukā ^{[N 73]}

bhaṇḍaputra-vadhodyukta-bālā-vikrama-nanditā ^{[N 74]}

mantriṇyambā-viracita-viṣaṅga-vadha-toṣitā ^{[N 75]}

viśukra-prāṇaharaṇa-vārāhī-vīrya-nanditā ^{[N 76]}

kāmeśvara-mukhāloka-kalpita-śrīgaṇeśvarā ^{[N 77]}

mahāgaṇeśa-nirbhinna-vighnayantra-praharṣitā ^{[N 78]}

bhaṇḍāsurendra-nirmukta-śastra-pratyastra-varṣiṇī ^{[N 79]}

karāṅguli-nakhotpanna-nārāyaṇa-daśākṛtiḥ ^{[N 80]}

mahā-pāśupatāstrāgni-nirdagdhāsura-sainikā ^{[N 81]}

kāmeśvarāstra-nirdagdha-sabhaṇḍāsura-śūnyakā ^{[N 82]}

brahmopendra-mahendrādi-deva-saṃstuta-vaibhavā ^{[N 83]}

hara-netrāgni-saṃdagdha-kāma-sañjīvanauṣadhiḥ ^{[N 84]}

śrīmadvāgbhava-kūṭaika-svarūpa-mukha-paṅkajā ^{[N 85]}

kaṇṭhādhaḥ-kaṭi-paryanta-madhyakūṭa-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 86]}

śakti-kūṭaikatāpanna-kaṭyadhobhāga-dhāriṇī ^{[N 87]}

mūla-mantrātmikā ^{[N 88]} mūlakūṭatraya-kalebarā ^{[N 89]}

kulāmṛtaika-rasikā ^{[N 90]} kulasaṃketa-pālinī ^{[N 91]}

kulāṅganā ^{[N 92]} kulāntasthā ^{[N 93]} kaulinī ^{[N 94]} kulayoginī ^{[N 95]}

akulā ^{[N 96]} samayāntasthā ^{[N 97]} samayācāra-tatparā ^{[N 98]}

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mūlādhāraika-nilayā ^{[N 99]} brahmagranthi-vibhedinī ^{[N 100]}

maṇi-pūrāntaruditā ^{[N 101]} viṣṇugranthi-vibhedinī ^{[N 102]}

ājñā-cakrāntarālasthā ^{[N 103]} rudragranthi-vibhedinī ^{[N 104]}

sahasrārāmbujārūḍhā ^{[N 105]} sudhā-sārābhivarṣiṇī ^{[N 106]}

taḍillatā-samaruciḥ ^{[N 107]} ṣaṭcakropari-saṃsthitā ^{[N 108]}

mahāsaktiḥ ^{[N 109]} kuṇḍalinī ^{[N 110]} bisatantu-tanīyasī ^{[N 111]}

bhavānī ^{[N 112]} bhāvanāgamyā ^{[N 113]} bhavāraṇya-kuṭhārikā ^{[N 114]}

bhadrapriyā ^{[N 115]} bhadramūrtir ^{[N 116]} bhakta-saubhāgyadāyinī ^{[N 117]}

bhaktipriyā ^{[N 118]} bhaktigamyā^{[N 119]} bhaktivaśyā ^{[N 120]} bhayāpahā ^{[N 121]}

śāmbhavī ^{[N 122]} śāradārādhyā ^{[N 123]} śarvāṇī ^{[N 124]} śarmadāyinī ^{[N 125]}

śāṅkarī ^{[N 126]} śrīkarī ^{[N 127]} sādhvī ^{[N 128]} śaraccandra-nibhānanā ^{[N 129]}

śātodarī ^{[N 130]} śāntimatī ^{[N 131]} nirādhārā ^{[N 132]} nirañjanā ^{[N 133]}

nirlepā ^{[N 134]} nirmalā ^{[N 135]} nityā ^{[N 136]} nirākārā ^{[N 137]} nirākulā ^{[N 138]}

nirguṇā ^{[N 139]} niṣkalā ^{[N 140]} śāntā ^{[N 141]} niṣkāmā ^{[N 142]} nirupaplavā ^{[N 143]}

nityamuktā ^{[N 144]} nirvikārā ^{[N 145]} niṣprapañcā ^{[N 146]} nirāśrayā ^{[N 147]}

nityaśuddhā ^{[N 148]} nityabuddhā ^{[N 149]} niravadyā ^{[N 150]} nirantarā ^{[N 151]}

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niṣkāraṇā ^{[N 152]} niṣkalaṅkā ^{[N 153]} nirupādhir ^{[N 154]} nirīśvarā ^{[N 155]}

nīrāgā ^{[N 156]} rāgamathanī ^{[N 157]} nirmadā ^{[N 158]} madanāśinī ^{[N 159]}

niścintā ^{[N 160]} nirahaṃkārā ^{[N 161]} nirmohā ^{[N 162]} mohanāśinī ^{[N 163]}

nirmamā ^{[N 164]} mamatāhantrī ^{[N 165]} niṣpāpā ^{[N 166]} pāpanāśinī ^{[N 167]}

niṣkrodhā ^{[N 168]} krodhaśamanī ^{[N 169]} nirlobhā ^{[N 170]} lobhanāśinī ^{[N 171]}

niḥsaṃśayā^{[variation 4]}^{[N 172]} saṃśayaghnī ^{[N 173]} nirbhavā ^{[N 174]} bhavanāśinī ^{[N 175]}

nirvikalpā ^{[N 176]} nirābādhā ^{[N 177]} nirbhedā ^{[N 178]} bhedanāśinī ^{[N 179]}

nirnāśā ^{[N 180]} mṛtyumathanī ^{[N 181]} niṣkriyā ^{[N 182]} niṣparigrahā ^{[N 183]}

nistulā ^{[N 184]} nīlacikurā ^{[N 185]} nirapāyā ^{[N 186]} niratyayā ^{[N 187]}

durlabhā ^{[N 188]} durgamā ^{[N 189]} durgā ^{[N 190]} duḥkhahantrī ^{[N 191]} sukhapradā ^{[N 192]}

duṣṭadūrā ^{[N 193]} durācāra-śamanī ^{[N 194]} doṣavarjitā ^{[N 195]}

sarvajñā ^{[N 196]} sāndrakaruṇā ^{[N 197]} samānādhika-varjitā ^{[N 198]}

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sarvaśaktimayī ^{[N 199]} sarva-maṅgalā ^{[N 200]} sadgatipradā ^{[N 201]}

sarveśvarī ^{[N 202]} sarvamayī ^{[N 203]} sarvamantra-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 204]}

sarva-yantrātmikā ^{[N 205]} sarva-tantrarūpā ^{[N 206]} manonmanī ^{[N 207]}

māheśvarī ^{[N 208]} mahādevī ^{[N 209]} mahālakṣmīr ^{[N 210]} mṛḍapriyā ^{[N 211]}

mahārūpā ^{[N 212]} mahāpūjyā ^{[N 213]} mahāpātaka-nāśinī ^{[N 214]}

mahāmāyā ^{[N 215]} mahāsattvā ^{[N 216]} mahāśaktir ^{[N 217]} mahāratiḥ ^{[N 218]}

mahābhogā ^{[N 219]} mahaiśvaryā ^{[N 220]} mahāvīryā ^{[N 221]} mahābalā ^{[N 222]}

mahābuddhir ^{[N 223]} mahāsiddhir ^{[N 224]} mahāyogeśvareśvarī ^{[N 225]}

mahātantrā ^{[N 226]} mahāmantrā ^{[N 227]} mahāyantrā ^{[N 228]} mahāsanā ^{[N 229]}

mahāyāga-kramārādhyā ^{[N 230]} mahābhairava-pūjitā ^{[N 231]}

maheśvara-mahākalpa-mahātāṇḍava-sākṣiṇī ^{[N 232]}

mahākāmeśa-mahiṣī ^{[N 233]} mahātripura-sundarī ^{[N 234]}

catuṣ^{[variation 5]}ṣaṣṭyupacārāḍhyā ^{[N 235]} catuṣ^{[variation 5]}ṣaṣṭikalāmayī ^{[N 236]}

mahācatuḥ-ṣaṣṭikoṭi-yoginī-gaṇasevitā ^{[N 237]}

manuvidyā ^{[N 238]} candravidyā ^{[N 239]} candramaṇḍala-madhyagā ^{[N 240]}

cārurūpā ^{[N 241]} cāruhāsā ^{[N 242]} cārucandra-kalādharā ^{[N 243]}

carācara-jagannāthā ^{[N 244]} cakrarāja-niketanā ^{[N 245]}

pārvatī ^{[N 246]} padmanayanā ^{[N 247]} padmarāga-samaprabhā ^{[N 248]}

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pañca-pretāsanāsīnā ^{[N 249]} pañcabrahma-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 250]}

cinmayī ^{[N 251]} paramānandā ^{[N 252]} vijñāna-ghanarūpiṇī ^{[N 253]}

dhyāna-dhyātṛ-dhyeyarūpā ^{[N 254]} dharmādharma-vivarjitā ^{[N 255]}

viśvarūpā ^{[N 256]} jāgariṇī ^{[N 257]} svapantī ^{[N 258]} taijasātmikā ^{[N 259]}

suptā ^{[N 260]} prājñātmikā ^{[N 261]} turyā ^{[N 262]} sarvāvasthā-vivarjitā ^{[N 263]}

sṛṣṭikartrī ^{[N 264]} brahmarūpā ^{[N 265]} goptrī ^{[N 266]} govindarūpiṇī ^{[N 267]}

saṃhāriṇī ^{[N 268]} rudrarūpā ^{[N 269]} tirodhāna-kari ^{[N 270]} īśvarī ^{[N 271]}

sadāśivā ^{[N 272]}anugrahadā ^{[N 273]} pañcakṛtya-parāyaṇā ^{[N 274]}

bhānumaṇḍala-madhyasthā ^{[N 275]} bhairavī ^{[N 276]} bhagamālinī ^{[N 277]}

padmāsanā ^{[N 278]} bhagavatī ^{[N 279]} padmanābha-sahodarī ^{[N 280]}

unmeṣa-nimiṣotpanna-vipanna-bhuvanāvalī ^{[N 281]}

sahasra-śīrṣavadanā ^{[N 282]} sahasrākṣī ^{[N 283]} sahasrapāt ^{[N 284]}

ābrahma-kīṭa-jananī ^{[N 285]} varṇāśrama-vidhāyinī ^{[N 286]}

nijājñārūpa-nigamā ^{[N 287]} puṇyāpuṇya-phalapradā ^{[N 288]}

śruti-sīmanta-sindūrī-kṛta-pādābja-dhūlikā ^{[N 289]}

sakalāgama-sandoha-śukti-sampuṭa-mauktikā ^{[N 290]}

puruṣārthapradā ^{[N 291]} pūrṇā ^{[N 292]} bhoginī ^{[N 293]} bhuvaneśvarī ^{[N 294]}

ambikā ^{[N 295]} anādi-nidhanā ^{[N 296]} haribrahmendra-sevitā ^{[N 297]}

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nārāyaṇī ^{[N 298]} nādarūpā ^{[N 299]} nāmarūpa-vivarjitā ^{[N 300]}

hrīṃkārī ^{[N 301]} hrīmatī ^{[N 302]} hṛdyā ^{[N 303]} heyopādeya-varjitā ^{[N 304]}

rājarājārcitā ^{[N 305]} rājñī ^{[N 306]} ramyā ^{[N 307]} rājīvalocanā ^{[N 308]}

rañjanī ^{[N 309]} ramaṇī ^{[N 310]} rasyā ^{[N 311]} raṇatkiṅkiṇi-mekhalā ^{[N 312]}

ramā ^{[N 313]} rākenduvadanā ^{[N 314]} ratirūpā ^{[N 315]} ratipriyā ^{[N 316]}

rakṣākarī ^{[N 317]} rākṣasaghnī ^{[N 318]} rāmā ^{[N 319]} ramaṇalampaṭā ^{[N 320]}

kāmyā ^{[N 321]} kāmakalārūpā ^{[N 322]} kadamba-kusuma-priyā ^{[N 323]}

kalyāṇī ^{[N 324]} jagatīkandā ^{[N 325]} karuṇā-rasa-sāgarā ^{[N 326]}

kalāvatī ^{[N 327]} kalālāpā ^{[N 328]} kāntā ^{[N 329]} kādambarīpriyā ^{[N 330]}

varadā ^{[N 331]} vāmanayanā ^{[N 332]} vāruṇī-mada-vihvalā ^{[N 333]}

viśvādhikā ^{[N 334]} vedavedyā ^{[N 335]} vindhyācala-nivāsinī ^{[N 336]}

vidhātrī ^{[N 337]} vedajananī ^{[N 338]} viṣṇumāyā ^{[N 339]} vilāsinī ^{[N 340]}

kṣetrasvarūpā ^{[N 341]} kṣetreśī ^{[N 342]} kṣetra-kṣetrajña-pālinī ^{[N 343]}

kṣayavṛddhi-vinirmuktā ^{[N 344]} kṣetrapāla-samarcitā ^{[N 345]}

vijayā ^{[N 346]} vimalā ^{[N 347]} vandyā ^{[N 348]} vandāru-jana-vatsalā ^{[N 349]}

vāgvādinī ^{[N 350]} vāmakeśī ^{[N 351]} vahnimaṇḍala-vāsinī ^{[N 352]}

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bhaktimat-kalpalatikā ^{[N 353]} paśupāśa-vimocinī ^{[N 354]}

saṃhṛtāśeṣa-pāṣaṇḍā^{[variation 6]} ^{[N 355]} sadācāra-pravartikā ^{[N 356]}

tāpatrayāgni-santapta-samāhlādana-candrikā ^{[N 357]}

taruṇī ^{[N 358]} tāpasārādhyā ^{[N 359]} tanumadhyā ^{[N 360]} tamopahā ^{[N 361]}

citis^{[N 362]}-tatpada-lakṣyārthā ^{[N 363]} cidekarasa-rūpiṇī ^{[N 364]}

svātmānanda-lavībhūta-brahmādyānanda-santatiḥ ^{[N 365]}

parā ^{[N 366]} pratyakcitīrūpā ^{[N 367]} paśyantī ^{[N 368]} paradevatā ^{[N 369]}

madhyamā ^{[N 370]} vaikharīrūpā ^{[N 371]} bhakta-mānasa-haṃsikā ^{[N 372]}

kāmeśvara-prāṇanāḍī ^{[N 373]} kṛtajñā ^{[N 374]} kāmapūjitā ^{[N 375]}

śṛṅgāra-rasa-sampūrṇā ^{[N 376]} jayā ^{[N 377]} jālandhara-sthitā ^{[N 378]}

oḍyāṇapīṭha-nilayā ^{[N 379]} bindu-maṇḍalavāsinī ^{[N 380]}

rahoyāga-kramārādhyā ^{[N 381]} rahastarpaṇa-tarpitā ^{[N 382]}

sadyaḥprasādinī ^{[N 383]} viśva-sākṣiṇī ^{[N 384]} sākṣivarjitā ^{[N 385]}

ṣaḍaṅgadevatā-yuktā ^{[N 386]} ṣāḍguṇya-paripūritā ^{[N 387]}

nityaklinnā ^{[N 388]} nirupamā ^{[N 389]} nirvāṇa-sukha-dāyinī ^{[N 390]}

nityā-ṣoḍaśikā-rūpā ^{[N 391]} śrīkaṇṭhārdha-śarīriṇī ^{[N 392]}

prabhāvatī ^{[N 393]} prabhārūpā ^{[N 394]} prasiddhā ^{[N 395]} parameśvarī ^{[N 396]}

mūlaprakṛtir ^{[N 397]} avyaktā ^{[N 398]} vyaktāvyakta-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 399]}

### N400-N451

vyāpinī ^{[N 400]} vividhākārā ^{[N 401]} vidyāvidyā-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 402]}

mahākāmeśa-nayana-kumudāhlāda-kaumudī ^{[N 403]}

bhakta-hārda-tamobheda-bhānumadbhānu-santatiḥ ^{[N 404]}

śivadūtī ^{[N 405]} śivārādhyā ^{[N 406]} śivamūrtiḥ ^{[N 407]} śivaṅkarī ^{[N 408]}

śivapriyā ^{[N 409]} śivaparā ^{[N 410]} śiṣṭeṣṭā ^{[N 411]} śiṣṭapūjitā ^{[N 412]}

aprameyā ^{[N 413]} svaprakāśā ^{[N 414]} manovācām agocarā ^{[N 415]}

cicchaktiś ^{[N 416]} cetanārūpā ^{[N 417]} jaḍaśaktir ^{[N 418]} jaḍātmikā ^{[N 419]}

gāyatrī ^{[N 420]} vyāhṛtiḥ ^{[N 421]} sandhyā ^{[N 422]} dvijabṛnda-niṣevitā ^{[N 423]}

tattvāsanā ^{[N 424]} tat^{[N 425]}-tvam^{[N 426]}-ayī ^{[N 427]} pañca-kośāntara-sthitā ^{[N 428]}

niḥsīma^{[variation 7]}-mahimā ^{[N 429]} nitya-yauvanā ^{[N 430]} madaśālinī ^{[N 431]}

madaghūrṇita-raktākṣī ^{[N 432]} madapāṭala-gaṇḍabhūḥ ^{[N 433]}

candana-drava-digdhāṅgī ^{[N 434]} cāmpeya-kusuma-priyā ^{[N 435]}

kuśalā ^{[N 436]} komalākārā ^{[N 437]} kurukullā ^{[N 438]} kuleśvarī ^{[N 439]}

kulakuṇḍālayā ^{[N 440]} kaula-mārga-tatpara-sevitā ^{[N 441]}

kumāra-gaṇanāthāmbā ^{[N 442]} tuṣṭiḥ ^{[N 443]} puṣṭir ^{[N 444]} matir ^{[N 445]} dhṛtiḥ ^{[N 446]}

śāntiḥ ^{[N 447]} svastimatī ^{[N 448]} kāntir ^{[N 449]} nandinī ^{[N 450]} vighnanāśinī ^{[N 451]}

### N452-N498

tejovatī ^{[N 452]} trinayanā ^{[N 453]} lolākṣī-kāmarūpiṇī ^{[N 454]}

mālinī ^{[N 455]} haṃsinī ^{[N 456]} mātā ^{[N 457]} malayācala-vāsinī ^{[N 458]}

sumukhī ^{[N 459]} nalinī ^{[N 460]} subhrūḥ ^{[N 461]} śobhanā ^{[N 462]} suranāyikā ^{[N 463]}

kālakaṇṭhī ^{[N 464]} kāntimatī ^{[N 465]} kṣobhiṇī ^{[N 466]} sūkṣmarūpiṇī ^{[N 467]}

vajreśvarī ^{[N 468]} vāmadevī ^{[N 469]} vayovasthā-vivarjitā ^{[N 470]}

siddheśvarī ^{[N 471]} siddhavidyā ^{[N 472]} siddhamātā ^{[N 473]} yaśasvinī ^{[N 474]}

viśuddhicakra-nilayā ^{[N 475]} araktavarṇā ^{[N 476]} trilocanā ^{[N 477]}

khaṭvāṅgādi-praharaṇā ^{[N 478]} vadanaika-samanvitā ^{[N 479]}

pāyasānnapriyā ^{[N 480]} tvaksthā ^{[N 481]} paśuloka-bhayaṅkarī ^{[N 482]}

amṛtādi-mahāśakti-saṃvṛtā ^{[N 483]} ḍākinīśvarī ^{[N 484]}

anāhatābja-nilayā ^{[N 485]} śyāmābhā ^{[N 486]} vadanadvayā ^{[N 487]}

daṃṣṭrojjvalā ^{[N 488]} akṣa-mālādi-dharā ^{[N 489]} rudhirasaṃsthitā ^{[N 490]}

kālarātryādi-śaktyaugha-vṛtā ^{[N 491]} snigdhaudanapriyā ^{[N 492]}

mahāvīrendra-varadā ^{[N 493]} rākiṇyambā-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 494]}

maṇipūrābja-nilayā ^{[N 495]} vadanatraya-saṃyutā ^{[N 496]}

vajrādikāyudhopetā ^{[N 497]} ḍāmaryādibhir āvṛtā ^{[N 498]}

### N499-N552

raktavarṇā ^{[N 499]} māṃsaniṣṭhā ^{[N 500]} guḍānna-prīta-mānasā ^{[N 501]}

samastabhakta-sukhadā ^{[N 502]} lākinyambā-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 503]}

svādhiṣṭhānāmbuja-gatā ^{[N 504]} caturvaktra-manoharā ^{[N 505]}

śūlādyāyudha-sampannā ^{[N 506]} pītavarṇā ^{[N 507]} atigarvitā ^{[N 508]}

medoniṣṭhā ^{[N 509]} madhuprītā ^{[N 510]} bandhinyādi-samanvitā ^{[N 511]}

dadhyannāsakta-hṛdayā ^{[N 512]} kākinī-rūpa-dhāriṇī ^{[N 513]}

mūlādhārāmbujārūḍhā ^{[N 514]} pañca-vaktrā ^{[N 515]} asthi-saṃsthitā ^{[N 516]}

aṅkuśādi-praharaṇā ^{[N 517]} varadādi-niṣevitā ^{[N 518]}

mudgaudanāsakta-cittā ^{[N 519]} sākinyambā-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 520]}

ājñā-cakrābja-nilayā ^{[N 521]} śuklavarṇā ^{[N 522]} ṣaḍānanā ^{[N 523]}

majjāsaṃsthā ^{[N 524]} haṃsavatī-mukhya-śakti-samanvitā ^{[N 525]}

haridrānnaika-rasikā ^{[N 526]} hākinī-rūpa-dhāriṇī ^{[N 527]}

sahasradala-padmasthā ^{[N 528]} sarva-varṇopa-śobhitā ^{[N 529]}

sarvāyudhadharā ^{[N 530]} śukla-saṃsthitā ^{[N 531]} sarvatomukhī ^{[N 532]}

sarvaudana-prītacittā ^{[N 533]} yākinyambā-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 534]}

svāhā ^{[N 535]} svadhā ^{[N 536]} amatir ^{[N 537]} medhā ^{[N 538]} śrutiḥ ^{[N 539]} smṛtir ^{[N 540]} anuttamā ^{[N 541]}

puṇyakīrtiḥ ^{[N 542]} puṇyalabhyā ^{[N 543]} puṇyaśravaṇa-kīrtanā ^{[N 544]}

pulomajārcitā ^{[N 545]} bandha-mocanī ^{[N 546]} barbarālakā ^{[N 547]}

vimarśarūpiṇī ^{[N 548]} vidyā ^{[N 549]} viyadādi-jagatprasūḥ ^{[N 550]}

sarvavyādhi-praśamanī ^{[N 551]} sarvamṛtyu-nivāriṇī ^{[N 552]}

### N553-N600

agragaṇyā ^{[N 553]} acintyarūpā ^{[N 554]} kalikalmaṣa-nāśinī ^{[N 555]}

kātyāyanī ^{[N 556]} kālahantrī ^{[N 557]} kamalākṣa-niṣevitā ^{[N 558]}

tāmbūla-pūrita-mukhī ^{[N 559]} dāḍimī-kusuma-prabhā ^{[N 560]}

mṛgākṣī ^{[N 561]} mohinī ^{[N 562]} mukhyā ^{[N 563]} mṛḍānī ^{[N 564]} mitrarūpiṇī ^{[N 565]}

nityatṛptā ^{[N 566]} bhaktanidhir ^{[N 567]} niyantrī ^{[N 568]} nikhileśvarī ^{[N 569]}

maitryādi-vāsanālabhyā ^{[N 570]} mahāpralaya-sākṣiṇī ^{[N 571]}

parā śaktiḥ ^{[N 572]} parā niṣṭhā ^{[N 573]} prajñānaghana-rūpiṇī ^{[N 574]}

mādhvīpānālasā ^{[N 575]} mattā ^{[N 576]} mātṛkā-varṇa-rūpiṇī ^{[N 577]}

mahākailāsa-nilayā ^{[N 578]} mṛṇāla-mṛdu-dorlatā ^{[N 579]}

mahanīyā ^{[N 580]} dayāmūrtir ^{[N 581]} mahāsāmrājya-śālinī ^{[N 582]}

ātmavidyā ^{[N 583]} mahāvidyā ^{[N 584]} śrīvidyā ^{[N 585]} kāmasevitā ^{[N 586]}

śrī-ṣoḍaśākṣarī-vidyā ^{[N 587]} trikūṭā ^{[N 588]} kāmakoṭikā ^{[N 589]}

kaṭākṣa-kiṅkarī-bhūta-kamalā-koṭi-sevitā ^{[N 590]}

śiraḥsthitā ^{[N 591]} candranibhā ^{[N 592]} bhālasth-^{[N 593]}endra-dhanuḥprabhā ^{[N 594]}

hṛdayasthā ^{[N 595]} raviprakhyā ^{[N 596]} trikoṇāntara-dīpikā ^{[N 597]}

dākṣāyaṇī ^{[N 598]} daityahantrī ^{[N 599]} dakṣayajña-vināśinī ^{[N 600]}

### N601-N648

darāndolita-dīrghākṣī ^{[N 601]} dara-hāsojjvalan-mukhī ^{[N 602]}

gurumūrtir ^{[N 603]} guṇanidhir ^{[N 604]} gomātā ^{[N 605]} guhajanmabhūḥ ^{[N 606]}

deveśī ^{[N 607]} daṇḍanītisthā ^{[N 608]} daharākāśa-rūpiṇī ^{[N 609]}

pratipanmukhya-rākānta-tithi-maṇḍala-pūjitā ^{[N 610]}

kalātmikā ^{[N 611]} kalānāthā ^{[N 612]} kāvyālāpa-vinodinī^{[variation 8]} ^{[N 613]}

sacāmara-ramā-vāṇī-savya-dakṣiṇa-sevitā ^{[N 614]}

ādiśaktir ^{[N 615]} ameyā ^{[N 616]} ātmā ^{[N 617]} paramā ^{[N 618]} pāvanākṛtiḥ ^{[N 619]}

anekakoṭi-brahmāṇḍa-jananī ^{[N 620]} divyavigrahā ^{[N 621]}

klīṃkārī ^{[N 622]} kevalā ^{[N 623]} guhyā ^{[N 624]} kaivalya-padadāyinī ^{[N 625]}

tripurā ^{[N 626]} trijagadvandyā ^{[N 627]} trimūrtis ^{[N 628]} tridaśeśvarī ^{[N 629]}

tryakṣarī ^{[N 630]} divya-gandhāḍhyā ^{[N 631]} sindūra-tilakāñcitā ^{[N 632]}

umā ^{[N 633]} śailendratanayā ^{[N 634]} gaurī ^{[N 635]} gandharva-sevitā ^{[N 636]}

viśvagarbhā ^{[N 637]} svarṇagarbhā ^{[N 638]} avaradā ^{[N 639]} vāgadhīśvarī ^{[N 640]}

dhyānagamyā ^{[N 641]} aparicchedyā ^{[N 642]} jñānadā ^{[N 643]} jñānavigrahā ^{[N 644]}

sarvavedānta-saṃvedyā ^{[N 645]} satyānanda-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 646]}

lopāmudrārcitā ^{[N 647]} līlā-kḷpta-brahmāṇḍa-maṇḍalā ^{[N 648]}

### N649-N700

adṛśyā ^{[N 649]} dṛśyarahitā ^{[N 650]} vijñātrī ^{[N 651]} vedyavarjitā ^{[N 652]}

yoginī ^{[N 653]} yogadā ^{[N 654]} yogyā ^{[N 655]} yogānandā ^{[N 656]} yugandharā ^{[N 657]}

icchāśakti-jñānaśakti-kriyāśakti-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 658]}

sarvādhārā ^{[N 659]} supratiṣṭhā ^{[N 660]} sadasadrūpa-dhāriṇī ^{[N 661]}

aṣṭamūrtir ^{[N 662]} ajājaitrī^{[variation 9]} ^{[N 663]} lokayātrā-vidhāyinī ^{[N 664]}

ekākinī ^{[N 665]} bhūmarūpā ^{[N 666]} nirdvaitā ^{[N 667]} dvaitavarjitā ^{[N 668]}

annadā ^{[N 669]} vasudā ^{[N 670]} vṛddhā ^{[N 671]} brahmātmaikya-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 672]}

bṛhatī ^{[N 673]} brāhmaṇī ^{[N 674]} brāhmī ^{[N 675]} brahmānandā ^{[N 676]} balipriyā ^{[N 677]}

bhāṣārūpā ^{[N 678]} bṛhatsenā ^{[N 679]} bhāvābhāva-vivarjitā ^{[N 680]}

sukhārādhyā ^{[N 681]} śubhakarī ^{[N 682]} śobhanā sulabhā gatiḥ ^{[N 683]}

rāja-rājeśvarī ^{[N 684]} rājya-dāyinī ^{[N 685]} rājya-vallabhā ^{[N 686]}

rājatkṛpā ^{[N 687]} rājapīṭha-niveśita-nijāśritā ^{[N 688]}

rājyalakṣmīḥ ^{[N 689]} kośanāthā ^{[N 690]} caturaṅga-baleśvarī ^{[N 691]}

sāmrājya-dāyinī ^{[N 692]} satyasandhā ^{[N 693]} sāgaramekhalā ^{[N 694]}

dīkṣitā ^{[N 695]} daityaśamanī ^{[N 696]} sarvaloka-vaśaṅkarī ^{[N 697]}

sarvārthadātrī ^{[N 698]} sāvitrī ^{[N 699]} saccidānanda-rūpiṇī ^{[N 700]}

### N701-N749

deśa-kālāparicchinnā ^{[N 701]} sarvagā ^{[N 702]} sarvamohinī ^{[N 703]}

sarasvatī ^{[N 704]} śāstramayī ^{[N 705]} guhāmbā ^{[N 706]} guhyarūpiṇī ^{[N 707]}

sarvopādhi-vinirmuktā ^{[N 708]} sadāśiva-pativratā ^{[N 709]}

sampradāyeśvarī ^{[N 710]} sādhv^{[N 711]}-ī ^{[N 712]} gurumaṇḍala-rūpiṇī ^{[N 713]}

kulottīrṇā ^{[N 714]} bhagārādhyā ^{[N 715]} māyā ^{[N 716]} madhumatī ^{[N 717]} mahī ^{[N 718]}

gaṇāmbā ^{[N 719]} guhyakārādhyā ^{[N 720]} komalāṅgī ^{[N 721]} gurupriyā ^{[N 722]}

svatantrā ^{[N 723]} sarvatantreśī ^{[N 724]} dakṣiṇāmūrti-rūpiṇī ^{[N 725]}

sanakādi-samārādhyā ^{[N 726]} śivajñāna-pradāyinī ^{[N 727]}

citkalā ^{[N 728]} ānanda-kalikā ^{[N 729]} premarūpā ^{[N 730]} priyaṅkarī ^{[N 731]}

nāmapārāyaṇa-prītā ^{[N 732]} nandividyā ^{[N 733]} naṭeśvarī ^{[N 734]}

mithyā-jagadadhiṣṭhānā ^{[N 735]} muktidā ^{[N 736]} muktirūpiṇī ^{[N 737]}

lāsyapriyā ^{[N 738]} layakarī ^{[N 739]} lajjā ^{[N 740]} rambhādivanditā ^{[N 741]}

bhavadāva-sudhāvṛṣṭiḥ ^{[N 742]} pāpāraṇya-davānalā ^{[N 743]}

daurbhāgya-tūlavātūlā ^{[N 744]} jarādhvānta-raviprabhā ^{[N 745]}

bhāgyābdhi-candrikā ^{[N 746]} bhakta-cittakeki-ghanāghanā ^{[N 747]}

rogaparvata-dambholir ^{[N 748]} mṛtyudāru-kuṭhārikā ^{[N 749]}

### N750-N796

maheśvarī ^{[N 750]} mahākālī ^{[N 751]} mahāgrāsā ^{[N 752]} mahāśanā ^{[N 753]}

aparṇā ^{[N 754]} caṇḍikā ^{[N 755]} caṇḍamuṇḍāsura-niṣūdinī ^{[N 756]}

kṣarākṣarātmikā ^{[N 757]} sarva-lokeśī ^{[N 758]} viśvadhāriṇī ^{[N 759]}

trivargadātrī ^{[N 760]} subhagā ^{[N 761]} tryambakā ^{[N 762]} triguṇātmikā ^{[N 763]}

svargāpavargadā ^{[N 764]} śuddhā ^{[N 765]} japāpuṣpa-nibhākṛtiḥ ^{[N 766]}

ojovatī ^{[N 767]} dyutidharā ^{[N 768]} yajñarūpā ^{[N 769]} priyavratā ^{[N 770]}

durārādhyā ^{[N 771]} durādharṣā ^{[N 772]} pāṭalī-kusuma-priyā ^{[N 773]}

mahatī ^{[N 774]} merunilayā ^{[N 775]} mandāra-kusuma-priyā ^{[N 776]}

vīrārādhyā ^{[N 777]} virāḍrūpā ^{[N 778]} virajā ^{[N 779]} viśvatomukhī ^{[N 780]}

pratyagrūpā ^{[N 781]} parākāśā ^{[N 782]} prāṇadā ^{[N 783]} prāṇarūpiṇī ^{[N 784]}

mārtāṇḍa^{[variation 10]}-bhairavārādhyā ^{[N 785]} mantriṇīnyasta-rājyadhūḥ ^{[N 786]}

tripureśī ^{[N 787]} jayatsenā ^{[N 788]} nistraiguṇyā ^{[N 789]} parāparā ^{[N 790]}

satya-jñānānanda-rūpā ^{[N 791]} sāmarasya-parāyaṇā ^{[N 792]}

kapardinī ^{[N 793]} kalāmālā ^{[N 794]} kāmadhuk ^{[N 795]} kāmarūpiṇī ^{[N 796]}

### N797-N850

kalānidhiḥ ^{[N 797]} kāvyakalā ^{[N 798]} rasajñā ^{[N 799]} rasaśevadhiḥ ^{[N 800]}

puṣṭā ^{[N 801]} purātanā ^{[N 802]} pūjyā ^{[N 803]} puṣkarā ^{[N 804]} puṣkarekṣaṇā ^{[N 805]}

paraṃjyotiḥ ^{[N 806]} paraṃdhāma ^{[N 807]} paramāṇuḥ ^{[N 808]} parātparā ^{[N 809]}

pāśahastā ^{[N 810]} pāśahantrī ^{[N 811]} paramantra-vibhedinī ^{[N 812]}

mūrtā ^{[N 813]} amūrtā ^{[N 814]} anityatṛptā ^{[N 815]} munimānasa-haṃsikā ^{[N 816]}

satyavratā ^{[N 817]} satyarūpā ^{[N 818]} sarvāntaryāminī ^{[N 819]} satī ^{[N 820]}

brahmāṇī ^{[N 821]} brahma^{[N 822]}-jananī ^{[N 823]} bahurūpā ^{[N 824]} budhārcitā ^{[N 825]}

prasavitrī ^{[N 826]} pracaṇḍā ^{[N 827]} ājñā ^{[N 828]} pratiṣṭhā ^{[N 829]} prakaṭākṛtiḥ ^{[N 830]}

prāṇeśvarī ^{[N 831]} prāṇadātrī ^{[N 832]} pañcāśatpīṭha-rūpiṇī ^{[N 833]}

viśṛṅkhalā ^{[N 834]} viviktasthā ^{[N 835]} vīramātā ^{[N 836]} viyatprasūḥ ^{[N 837]}

mukundā ^{[N 838]} muktinilayā ^{[N 839]} mūlavigraha-rūpiṇī ^{[N 840]}

bhāvajñā ^{[N 841]} bhavarogaghnī ^{[N 842]} bhavacakra-pravartinī ^{[N 843]}

chandaḥsārā ^{[N 844]} śāstrasārā ^{[N 845]} mantrasārā ^{[N 846]} talodarī ^{[N 847]}

udārakīrtir ^{[N 848]} uddāmavaibhavā ^{[N 849]} varṇarūpiṇī ^{[N 850]}

### N851-N897

janmamṛtyu-jarātapta-janaviśrānti-dāyinī ^{[N 851]}

sarvopaniṣa-dud-ghuṣṭā ^{[N 852]} śāntyatīta-kalātmikā ^{[N 853]}

gambhīrā ^{[N 854]} gaganāntasthā ^{[N 855]} garvitā ^{[N 856]} gānalolupā ^{[N 857]}

kalpanā-rahitā ^{[N 858]} kāṣṭhā ^{[N 859]} akāntā ^{[N 860]} kāntārdha-vigrahā ^{[N 861]}

kāryakāraṇa-nirmuktā ^{[N 862]} kāmakeli-taraṅgitā ^{[N 863]}

kanatkanakatā-ṭaṅkā ^{[N 864]} līlā-vigraha-dhāriṇī ^{[N 865]}

ajā ^{[N 866]} kṣayavinirmuktā ^{[N 867]} mugdhā ^{[N 868]} kṣipra-prasādinī ^{[N 869]}

antarmukha-samārādhyā ^{[N 870]} bahirmukha-sudurlabhā ^{[N 871]}

trayī ^{[N 872]} trivarganilayā ^{[N 873]} tristhā ^{[N 874]} tripuramālinī ^{[N 875]}

nirāmayā ^{[N 876]} nirālambā ^{[N 877]} svātmārāmā ^{[N 878]} sudhāsṛtiḥ^{[variation 11]} ^{[N 879]}

saṃsārapaṅka-nirmagna^{[variation 12]}-samuddharaṇa-paṇḍitā ^{[N 880]}

yajñapriyā ^{[N 881]} yajñakartrī ^{[N 882]} yajamāna-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 883]}

dharmādhārā ^{[N 884]} dhanādhyakṣā ^{[N 885]} dhanadhānya-vivardhinī ^{[N 886]}

viprapriyā ^{[N 887]} viprarūpā ^{[N 888]} viśvabhramaṇa-kāriṇī ^{[N 889]}

viśvagrāsā ^{[N 890]} vidrumābhā ^{[N 891]} vaiṣṇavī ^{[N 892]} viṣṇurūpiṇī ^{[N 893]}

ayonir ^{[N 894]} yoninilayā ^{[N 895]} kūṭasthā ^{[N 896]} kularūpiṇī ^{[N 897]}

### N898-N947

vīragoṣṭhīpriyā ^{[N 898]} vīrā ^{[N 899]} naiṣkarmyā ^{[N 900]} nādarūpiṇī ^{[N 901]}

vijñānakalanā ^{[N 902]} kalyā ^{[N 903]} vidagdhā ^{[N 904]} baindavāsanā ^{[N 905]}

tattvādhikā ^{[N 906]} tattvamayī ^{[N 907]} tattvamartha-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 908]}

sāmagānapriyā ^{[N 909]} saumyā ^{[N 910]} sadāśiva-kuṭumbinī ^{[N 911]}

savyāpasavya-mārgasthā ^{[N 912]} sarvāpadvinivāriṇī ^{[N 913]}

svasthā ^{[N 914]} svabhāvamadhurā ^{[N 915]} dhīrā ^{[N 916]} dhīrasamarcitā ^{[N 917]}

caitanyārghya-samārādhyā ^{[N 918]} caitanya-kusumapriyā ^{[N 919]}

sadoditā ^{[N 920]} sadātuṣṭā ^{[N 921]} taruṇāditya-pāṭalā ^{[N 922]}

dakṣiṇā-dakṣiṇārādhyā ^{[N 923]} darasmera-mukhāmbujā ^{[N 924]}

kaulinī-kevalā ^{[N 925]} anarghya-kaivalya-padadāyinī ^{[N 926]}

stotrapriyā ^{[N 927]} stutimatī ^{[N 928]} śruti-saṃstuta-vaibhavā ^{[N 929]}

manasvinī ^{[N 930]} mānavatī ^{[N 931]} maheśī ^{[N 932]} maṅgalākṛtiḥ ^{[N 933]}

viśvamātā ^{[N 934]} jagaddhātrī ^{[N 935]} viśālākṣī ^{[N 936]} virāgiṇī ^{[N 937]}

pragalbhā ^{[N 938]} paramodārā ^{[N 939]} parāmodā ^{[N 940]} manomayī ^{[N 941]}

vyomakeśī ^{[N 942]} vimānasthā ^{[N 943]} vajriṇī ^{[N 944]} vāmakeśvarī ^{[N 945]}

pañcayajña-priyā ^{[N 946]} pañca-preta-mañcādhiśāyinī ^{[N 947]}

### N948-N1000

pañcamī ^{[N 948]} pañcabhūteśī ^{[N 949]} pañca-saṃkhyopacāriṇī ^{[N 950]}

śāśvatī ^{[N 951]} śāśvataiśvaryā ^{[N 952]} śarmadā ^{[N 953]} śambhumohinī ^{[N 954]}

dharā ^{[N 955]} dharasutā ^{[N 956]} dhanyā ^{[N 957]} dharmiṇī ^{[N 958]} dharmavardhinī ^{[N 959]}

lokātītā ^{[N 960]} guṇātītā ^{[N 961]} sarvātītā ^{[N 962]} śamātmikā ^{[N 963]}

bandhūka-kusumaprakhyā ^{[N 964]} bālā ^{[N 965]} līlāvinodinī ^{[N 966]}

sumaṅgalī ^{[N 967]} sukhakarī ^{[N 968]} suveṣāḍhyā ^{[N 969]} suvāsinī ^{[N 970]}

suvāsinyarcana-prītā ^{[N 971]} āśobhanā ^{[N 972]} śuddhamānasā ^{[N 973]}

bindu-tarpaṇa-santuṣṭā ^{[N 974]} pūrvajā ^{[N 975]} tripurāmbikā ^{[N 976]}

daśamudrā-samārādhyā ^{[N 977]} tripurāśrī-vaśaṅkarī ^{[N 978]}

jñānamudrā ^{[N 979]} jñānagamyā ^{[N 980]} jñānajñeya-svarūpiṇī ^{[N 981]}

yonimudrā ^{[N 982]} trikhaṇḍeśī ^{[N 983]} triguṇ^{[N 984]}-āmbā ^{[N 985]} trikoṇagā ^{[N 986]}

anaghā ^{[N 987]} adbhuta-cāritrā ^{[N 988]} vāñchitārtha-pradāyinī ^{[N 989]}

abhyāsātiśaya-jñātā ^{[N 990]} ṣaḍadhvātīta-rūpiṇī ^{[N 991]}

avyāja-karuṇā-mūrtir ^{[N 992]} ajñāna-dhvānta-dīpikā ^{[N 993]}

ābāla-gopa-viditā ^{[N 994]} sarvānullaṅghya-śāsanā ^{[N 995]}

śrīcakrarāja-nilayā ^{[N 996]} śrīmat-tripurasundarī ^{[N 997]}

śrīśivā ^{[N 998]} śiva-śaktyaikya-rūpiṇī ^{[N 999]} lalitāmbikā ^{[N 1,000]}

*evaṃ śrīlalitā devyā nām nāṃ sāhasrakaṃ jaguḥ*

*iti śrī brahmāṇḍa purāṇe uttarakhaṇḍe śrī hayagrīvāgastyasaṃvāde*

*śrīlalitā sahasranāma stotra kathanaṃ sampūrṇam*

## Variations

- ↑ or daśanacchadā
- ↑ or nija-saṃlāpa
- ↑ or cubukaśrī
- ↑ or nissaṃśayā
- ↑
^{5.0}^{5.1}or catuḥ - ↑ or pākhaṇḍā
- ↑ or nissīma
- ↑ or vimodinī
- ↑ or ajājetrī
- ↑ or mārtaṇḍa
- ↑ or sudhāsrutiḥ
- ↑ or nirbhagna

## Meanings

- ↑
**śrī mātā**- Auspicious mother - ↑ śrī mahā rājñī - Divine empress
- ↑ śrīmat siṃha-āsana īśvarī - Glorious mistress seated on the lion (or lion throne)
- ↑ cid-agni-kuṇḍa sam-bhūtā - she who originated in the fire pitcher of cognition
- ↑ deva-kārya sam-udyatā - she who arose to accomplish the divine deed
- ↑ udyat-bhānu sahasra ābhā - glowing like a thousand suns
- ↑ catur-bāhu sam-anvitā - posessing four arms
- ↑ rāga svarūpa pāśa āḍhyā - she whose noose binds all with love
- ↑ krodhā kāra aṅkuśa ujjvalā - she who glitters and has anger in the form of aṅkuśa
- ↑ manaḥ rūpa ikṣu kodaṇḍā - she who has the bow of sweet cane which is her mind
- ↑ pañca tat-mātra sāyakā - she who has five bows of touch, smell, hearing, taste and sight
- ↑ nija aruṇa prabhā pūra majjat brahma-aṇḍa maṇḍalā - she who makes all the universe immerse in her red colour which is like the the dawn
- ↑ campaka aśoka punnāga sau-gandhika lasatkacā - she who wears in her hair flowers like champaka, ashoka, punnaga and sowgandhika
- ↑ kuruvinda maṇi śreṇī kanatkoṭīra maṇḍitā - she whose crown glitters with rows of inlaid precious stones
- ↑ aṣṭamī candra vibhrāja dalika sthala śobhitā - she who has a beautiful forehead like the half moon
- ↑ mukha candra kalaṅka ābha mṛganābhi viśeṣakā - she who has the tilaka of musk in her forehead which is like the black shadow in the moon
- ↑ vadana smara māṅgalya gṛhatoraṇa cillikā - she who has beautiful eyelids which look like the ornaments to her face which is like cupids home
- ↑ vaktra lakṣmī parīvāha calanmīnābha locanā - she who has beautiful eyes which look like fish in the pond of her face
- ↑ nava campaka puṣpābha nāsādaṇḍa virājitā - she who has nose like freshly opened flowers of champaka
- ↑ tārākānti tiraskāri nāsa-ābharaṇa bhāsurā - she who has a nose ring which shines more than the star
- ↑ kadamba mañjarī kḷpta karṇapūra manoharā - she who has beautiful ears like the kadamba flowers
- ↑ tāṭaṅka yugalī bhūta tapanoḍupa maṇḍalā - she who wears the sun and the moon as her ear studs
- ↑ padmarāga-śilādarśa-paribhāvi-kapolabhūḥ - she who has cheeks which shine more than the mirror made of padmaraga
- ↑ nava vidruma bimbaśrī nyakkāri radanacchadā - she whose lips are like beautiful new corals
- ↑ śuddha vidya aṅkurākāra dvijapaṅkti dvaya-ujjvalā - she who has teeth which look like germinated true knowledge(shodasakshari vidya)
- ↑ karpūra vīṭikāmoda samākarṣi digantarā - she who chews betel leaf with the spices which give perfume in all directions
- ↑ nija sallāpa mādhurya vinirbhartsita kacchapī - she who has voice sweeter than the notes produced by sarawathi's veena (called Kachapi)
- ↑ mandasmita prabhāpūra majjatkāmeśa mānasā - she who has lovely smile which is like the river in which the mind of cupid plays
- ↑ anākalita sādṛśya cibukaśrī virājitā - she who has a beautiful chin which has nothing else to compare
- ↑ kāmeśa baddha māṅgalya sūtra śobhita kandharā - she who shines with the sacred thread in her neck tied by lord Kameshwara
- ↑ kanakāṅgada keyūra kamanīya bhujānvitā - she who wears golden armlets
- ↑ ratnagraiveya cintāka lola mukta phala-anvitā - she who wears necklace with moving pearls and dollar inlaid with gems
- ↑ kāma-īśvara prema ratna maṇi prati paṇa stanī - she who gave her breasts which are like the pot made of rathna (precious stones) and has obtained the love of Kameshwara
- ↑ nābhyālavāla romāli latā phala kucadvayī - she who has two breasts that are like fruits borne on the creeper of tiny hairs raising from her belly.
- ↑ lakṣya roma latā dhāratā samunneya madhyamā - she who is suspected to have a waist because of the creeper like hairs raising from there
- ↑ stana bhāra dalan-madhya paṭṭa bandha vali-trayā - she who has three stripes in her belly which looks like having been created to protect her tiny waist from her heavy breasts
- ↑ aruṇāruṇa kausumbha vastra bhāsvat kaṭītaṭī - she who shines in her light reddish silk cloth worn over her tiny waist
- ↑ ratna kiṅkiṇikā ramya raśanā dāma bhūṣitā - she who wears a golden thread below her waist decorated with bells made of precious stones
- ↑ kāmeśa jñāta saubhāgya mārdavoru dvayānvitā - she who has pretty and tender thighs known only to her consort, Kameshwara
- ↑ māṇikya mukuṭākāra jānudvaya virājitā - she who has knee joints like the crown made of manikya below her thighs
- ↑ indragopa parikṣipta smaratūṇābha jaṅghikā - she who has forelegs like the cupids case of arrows followed by the bee called Indra kopa
- ↑ gūḍhagulphā - she who has round ankles
- ↑ kūrmapṛṣṭha jayiṣṇu prapadānvitā - she who has upper feet like the back of the tortoise
- ↑ nakha dīdhiti saṃchanna namajjana tamoguṇā - she who removes the darkness in the mind of her devotees by the sparkle of nails
- ↑ padadvaya prabhājāla parākṛta saroruhā - she who has two feet which are much more beautiful than lotus flowers
- ↑ śiñjāna maṇimañjīra maṇḍita śrī padāmbujā - she who has feet wearing musical anklets filled with gem stones
- ↑ marālī manda gamanā - she who has the slow gait like the swan
- ↑ mahā lāvaṇya śevadhiḥ - she who has the store house of supreme beauty
- ↑ sarva aruṇā - she who has light reddish colour of the dawn in all her aspects
- ↑ anavadyāṅgī - she who has most beautiful limbs which do not lack any aspect of beauty
- ↑ sarva ābharaṇa bhūṣitā - she who wears all the ornaments
- ↑ śiva kāmeśvara aṅgasthā - she who sits on the lap of Kameswara(shiva)
- ↑ śivā - she who is the personification of Shiva
- ↑ svādhīna vallabhā - she whose husband obeys her
- ↑ sumeru madhya śṛṅgasthā - she who lives in the central peak of mount Meru
- ↑ śrīman nagara nāyikā - she who is the patron of Sri-nagara (a town)
- ↑ cintāmaṇi-gṛhāntasthā - she who lives in the all wish fulfilling house
- ↑ pañca brahmāsana sthitā - she who sits on the five brahmas viz., Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, Isana and Sadashiva
- ↑ mahā padmā ṭavī saṃsthā - she who lives in the forest of lotus flowers
- ↑ kadamba vana vāsinī - she who lives in the forest of kadamba (Madurai city is also called kadamba vana)
- ↑ sudhā sāgara madhya-sthā - she who lives in the middle of the sea of nectar
- ↑ kāma-akṣī - she who fulfills desires by her sight
- ↑ kāma dāyinī - she who gives what is desired
- ↑ devarṣi gaṇa saṃghāta stūyamānātma vaibhavā - she who has all the qualities fit to be worshiped by sages and devas
- ↑ bhaṇḍa-asura vadha udyukta śaktisenā samanvitā - she who is surrounded by army set ready to kill Bandasura
- ↑ sampatkarī samārūḍha sindhura vraja sevitā - she who is surrounded by Sampathkari (that which gives wealth) elephant brigade
- ↑ aśvārūḍha-adhiṣṭhita-aśva koṭi koṭibhir āvṛtā - she who is surrounded by crores of cavalry of horses
- ↑ cakrarāja rathārūḍha sarvāyudha pariṣkṛtā - she who is fully armed and rides in the Srichakra chariot with nine stories
- ↑ geyacakra rathārūḍha mantriṇī parisevitā - she who rides in the chariot with seven stories and is served by manthrini who is the goddess of music
- ↑ kiricakra rathārūḍha daṇḍanāthā puraskṛtā - she who rides in the chariot with five stories and is served by goddess Varahi otherwise called Dhanda-natha
- ↑ jvālā mālini kākṣipta vahni prākāra madhyagā - she who is in the middle of the fort of fire built by the Goddess Jwalamalini
- ↑ bhaṇḍa sainya vadha udyukta śakti vikrama harṣitā - she who was pleased by the various Shakthis (literally strength but a goddess) who helped in killing the army of Bhandasura
- ↑ nityā parākramāṭopa nirīkṣaṇa samutsukā - she who is interested and happy in observing the valour of nithya devathas (literally goddess of every day)
- ↑ bhaṇḍa putra vadha udyukta bālā vikrama nanditā - she who was pleased by the valour of Bala devi (her daughter) in destroying the sons of Banda
- ↑ mantriṇi ambā viracita viṣaṅga vadha toṣitā - she who became happy at seeing Goddess Manthrini kill Vishanga (this ogre, brother of Banda, represents our desires for physical things)
- ↑ viśukra prāṇaharaṇa vārāhī vīrya nanditā - she who appreciates the valour of Varahi in killing Vishuka (another brother of Banda-he is personification of ignorance)
- ↑ kāmeśvara mukha āloka kalpita śrīgaṇeśvarā - she who created Ganesha by the mere look of the face of her Lord , Kameshwara
- ↑ mahā gaṇeśa nirbhinna vighna yantra praharṣitā - she who became happy at seeing Ganesha destroy the vigna yantra (contraption meant to delay ) created by Vishuka
- ↑ bhaṇḍa asura indra nirmukta śastra pratyastra varṣiṇī - she who rained arrows and replied with arrows against Bandasura
- ↑ karāṅguli nakha utpanna nārāyaṇa daśākṛtiḥ - she who created the ten avatharas of Narayana from the tip of her nails (when Bandasura send the Sarvasura asthra (arrow), she destroyed it by creating the ten avatharas of Vishnu)
- ↑ mahā pāśupata astra agni nirdagdha asura sainikā - she who destroyed the army of asuras by the maha pasupatha arrow
- ↑ kāmeśvara astra nirdagdha sabhaṇḍa asura śūnyakā - she who destroyed Bandasura and his city called sunyaka by the Kameshwara arrow.
- ↑ brahma upendra mahendrādi deva saṃstuta vaibhavā - she who is prayed by Lord Brahma , Vishnu, indra and other devas
- ↑ hara netra agni saṃdagdha kāma sañjīvanauṣadhiḥ - she who brought back to life the God of love Manmatha who was burnt to ashes by the fire from the eyes of Shiva
- ↑ śrīmad vāgbhava kūṭaika svarūpa mukha paṅkajā - she whose lotus face is Vagbhava Koota
- ↑ kaṇṭhādhaḥ kaṭi paryanta madhyakūṭa svarūpiṇī - she whose portion from neck to hips is Madya koota
- ↑ śakti kūṭaikatāpanna kaṭyadhobhāga dhāriṇī - she whose portion below hips is the Shakthi koota
- ↑ mūla mantra ātmikā - she who is the meaning of moola manthra (root manthra) or she who is the cause
- ↑ mūlakūṭa traya kalebarā - she whose body is the three parts of the basic manthra i.e. pancha dasakshari manthra
- ↑ kulāmṛtaika rasikā - she who enjoys the kulāmṛta
- ↑ kula saṃketa pālinī - she who protects the powerful truths from falling into unsuitable people
- ↑ kula-aṅganā - she who is a lady belonging to cultured family or she who is like Srividya known only to one whom it belongs
- ↑ kula antasthā - she who is fit to be worshipped any where
- ↑ kaulinī - she who is the unification of the principles of Shiva and Shakthi
- ↑ kula yoginī - she who is related to the family or she who is related to the ultimate knowledge
- ↑ akulā - She who is beyond kula
- ↑ samaya antasthā - She who is within the mental worship of Shiva and Shakthi
- ↑ samaya ācāra tatparā - She who likes Samayachara i.e. worship stepwise from mooladhara Chakra
- ↑ mūla ādhāraika nilayā - She who exists in Mooladhara which is in the form of four petalled lotus the kundalini sleeps.
- ↑ brahma granthi vibhedinī - She who breaks the tie in Brahma granthi i.e she who helps us to cross the ties due to our birth.
- ↑ maṇi pūra antaruditā - She who exists in Mani pooraka chakra full dressed in her fineries
- ↑ viṣṇu granthi vibhedinī - She who breaks the ties of Vishnu grandhi i.e she who helps us cross the ties due to our position.
- ↑ ājñā cakra antarālasthā - She who lives in between two eye lids in the form of she who orders
- ↑ rudra granthi vibhedinī - She who breaks the ties of Rudra grandhi i.e she who helps us cross the ties due to our violent thoughts and nature
- ↑ sahasrāra ambujārūḍhā - She who has climbed sahasrara the thousand petalled lotus which is the point of ultimate awakening
- ↑ sudhā sārābhi varṣiṇī - She who makes nectar flow in all our nerves from sahasrara i.e. she who gives the very pleasant experience of the ultimate
- ↑ taḍillatā samaruciḥ - She who shines like the streak of lightning
- ↑ ṣaṭcakraḥ pari-saṃsthitā - She who is on the top of six wheels starting from mooladhara
- ↑ mahā saktiḥ - She who likes worship by her devotees
- ↑ kuṇḍalinī - She who is in the form of Kundalini ( a form which is a snake hissing and exists in mooladhara)
- ↑ bisatantu tanīyasī - She who is as thin as the thread from lotus
- ↑ bhavānī - She who gives life to the routine life of human beings or She who is the consort of Lord Shiva
- ↑ bhāvanā gamyā - She who can be attained by thinking
- ↑ bhavāraṇya kuṭhārikā - She who is like the axe used to cut the miserable life of the world
- ↑ bhadra priyā - She who is interested in doing good to her devotees
- ↑ bhadra mūrtiḥ - She who is personification of all that is good
- ↑ bhakta saubhāgya dāyinī - She who gives all good and luck to her devotees
- ↑ bhakti priyā - She who likes devotion to her
- ↑ bhakti gamyā - She who can be reached by devotion
- ↑ bhakti vaśyā - She who can be controlled by devotion
- ↑ bhaya apahā - She who removes fear
- ↑ śāmbhavī - She who is married to Shambhu
- ↑ śārad ārādhyā - She who is to be worshipped during Navarathri celebrated during autumn
- ↑ śarvāṇī - She who is the consort of Lord Shiva in the form of Sarva
- ↑ śarma dāyinī - She who gives pleasures
- ↑ śāṅkarī - She who is the consort of Sankara
- ↑ śrīkarī - She who gives all forms of wealth and happiness
- ↑ sādhvī - She who is eternally devoted to her husband
- ↑ śarad candra nibhānanā - She who has the face like moon in the autumn
- ↑ śātodarī - She who has a thin belly
- ↑ śāntimatī - She who is peace personified
- ↑ nirādhārā - She who does not need any support to herself
- ↑ nirañjanā - She who is devoid of any blemishes or scars
- ↑ nirlepā - She who does not have any attachment
- ↑ nirmalā - She who is personification of clarity or She who is devoid of any dirt
- ↑ nityā - She who is permanently stable
- ↑ nirākārā - She who does not have any shape
- ↑ nirākulā - She who cannot be attained by confused people
- ↑ nirguṇā - She who is beyond any characteristics
- ↑ niṣkalā - She who is not divided
- ↑ śāntā - She who is peace
- ↑ niṣkāmā - She who does not have any desires
- ↑ nirupaplavā - She who is never destroyed
- ↑ nityamuktā - She who is forever free of the ties of the world
- ↑ nirvikārā - She never undergoes alteration
- ↑ niṣprapañcā - She who is beyond this world
- ↑ nirāśrayā - She who does not need support
- ↑ nitya śuddhā - She who is forever clean
- ↑ nitya buddhā - She who is for ever knowledge
- ↑ niravadyā - She who can never be accused
- ↑ nirantarā - She who is forever continuous
- ↑ niṣkāraṇā - She who does not have cause
- ↑ niṣkalaṅkā - She who does not have blemishes
- ↑ nirupādhiḥ - She who does not have basis
- ↑ nirīśvarā - She who does not have any one controlling her
- ↑ nīrāgā - She who does not have any desires
- ↑ rāgamathanī - She who removes desires from us
- ↑ nirmadā - She who does not have any firm beliefs
- ↑ madanāśinī - She who destroys beliefs
- ↑ niścintā - She who is not worried
- ↑ nirahaṃkārā - She who does not have an ego
- ↑ nirmohā - She who does not have any passion
- ↑ mohanāśinī - She who destroys passion
- ↑ nirmamā - She who does not have selfish feelings
- ↑ mamatāhantrī - She who destroys selfishness
- ↑ niṣpāpā - She who does not have any sin
- ↑ pāpanāśinī - She who destroys sin
- ↑ niṣkrodhā - She who is devoid of anger
- ↑ krodhaśamanī - She who destroys anger
- ↑ nirlobhā - She who is not miserly
- ↑ lobhanāśinī - She who removes miserliness
- ↑ nissaṃśayā - She who does not have any doubts
- ↑ saṃśayaghnī - She who clears doubts
- ↑ nirbhavā - She who does not have another birth
- ↑ bhavanāśinī - She who helps us not have another birth
- ↑ nirvikalpā - She who does not do anything she does not desire
- ↑ nirābādhā - She who is not affected by anything
- ↑ nirbhedā - She who does not have any difference
- ↑ bhedanāśinī - She who promotes oneness
- ↑ nirnāśā - She who does not die
- ↑ mṛtyumathanī - She who removes fear of death
- ↑ niṣkriyā - She who does not have any work
- ↑ Nishparigraha - She who does not accept help from others
- ↑ nistulā - She who does not have anything to be compared to
- ↑ nīlacikurā - She who has dark black hair
- ↑ nirapāyā - She who is never destroyed
- ↑ niratyayā - She who does not cross limits of rules she herself created
- ↑ durlabhā - She who is difficult to obtain
- ↑ durgamā - She who can not be neared easily
- ↑ durgā - She who is Dhurga who is a nine year old girl
- ↑ duḥkhahantrī - She who removes sorrows
- ↑ sukhapradā - She who gives pleasures and happiness
- ↑ duṣṭadūrā - She who keeps far away from evil men
- ↑ durācāra-śamanī - She who destroys evil practices
- ↑ doṣavarjitā - She who does not have anything bad
- ↑ sarvajñā - She who knows everything
- ↑ sāndrakaruṇā - She who is full of mercy
- ↑ samānādhika-varjitā - She who is incomparable
- ↑ sarvaśaktimayī - She who has personification of all strengths
- ↑ sarva-maṅgalā - She who is personification of all that is good
- ↑ sadgatipradā - She who gives us good path
- ↑ sarveśvarī - She who is goddess of all
- ↑ sarvamayī - She who is everywhere
- ↑ sarvamantra-svarūpiṇī - She who is personification of all manthras
- ↑ sarva-yantrātmikā - She who is represented by all yantras
- ↑ sarva-tantrarūpā - She who is also goddess of all tantras
- ↑ manonmanī - She who is the result of mental thoughts of thoughts and actions
- ↑ māheśvarī - She who is the consort of Maheswara
- ↑ mahādevī - She who is the consort of Mahe Deva
- ↑ mahālakṣmīr - She who takes the form of Mahalaksmi, the goddess of wealth
- ↑ mṛḍapriyā - She who is dear to Mrida(a name of Lord Shiva)
- ↑ mahārūpā - She who is very big
- ↑ mahāpūjyā - She who is fit to be worshipped by great people
- ↑ mahāpātaka-nāśinī - She who destroys the major misdemeanors
- ↑ mahāmāyā - She who is the great illusion
- ↑ mahāsattvā - She who is greatly knowledgeable
- ↑ mahāśaktir - She who is very strong
- ↑ mahāratiḥ - She who gives great happiness
- ↑ mahābhogā - She who enjoys great pleasures
- ↑ mahaiśvaryā - She who has great wealth
- ↑ mahāvīryā - She who has great valour
- ↑ mahābalā - She who is very strong
- ↑ mahābuddhir - She who is very intelligent
- ↑ mahāsiddhir - She who has great super natural powers
- ↑ mahāyogeśvareśvarī - She who is goddess of great yogis
- ↑ mahātantrā - She who has the greatest Thantra sasthras
- ↑ mahāmantrā - She who has the greatest manthras
- ↑ mahāyantrā - She who has the greatest yanthras
- ↑ mahāsanā - She who has the greatest seat
- ↑ mahāyāga-kramārādhyā - She who should be worshipped by performing great sacrifices (Bhavana yaga and Chidagni Kunda yaga)
- ↑ mahābhairava-pūjitā - She who is being worshipped by the great Bhairava
- ↑ maheśvara-mahākalpa-mahātāṇḍava-sākṣiṇī - She who will be the witness to the great dance to be performed by the great lord at the end of the worlds
- ↑ mahākāmeśa-mahiṣī - She who is the prime consort of the great Kameshwara
- ↑ mahātripura-sundarī - She who is the beauty of the three great cities
- ↑ catuḥ ṣaṣṭyupacārāḍhyā - She who should be worshipped with sixty four offerings
- ↑ catuḥ ṣaṣṭikalāmayī - She who has sixty four sections
- ↑ mahācatuḥ-ṣaṣṭikoṭi-yoginī-gaṇasevitā - She who is being worshipped by the sixty four crore yoginis in the nine different charkas
- ↑ manuvidyā - She who is personification of Sri Vidya as expounded by Manu
- ↑ candravidyā - She who is personification of Sri Vidya as expounded by Moon
- ↑ candramaṇḍala-madhyagā - She who is in the center of the universe around the moon
- ↑ cārurūpā - She who is very beautiful
- ↑ cāruhāsā - She who has a beautiful smile
- ↑ cārucandra-kalādharā - She who wears the beautiful crescent
- ↑ carācara-jagannāthā - She who is the Lord of all moving and immobile things
- ↑ cakrarāja-niketanā - She who lives in the middle of Sree Chakra
- ↑ pārvatī - She who is the daughter of the mountain
- ↑ padmanayanā - She who has eyes like the lotus
- ↑ padmarāga-samaprabhā - She who shines as much as the Padma Raga jewel
- ↑ pañca-pretāsanāsīnā - She who sits on the seat of five dead bodies ( these are Brahma , Vishnu, Rudra, Eesa and Sadasiva without their Shakthi(consort))
- ↑ pañcabrahma-svarūpiṇī - She who is personification of five brahmas (they are the gods mentioned in the last name with their Shakthi)
- ↑ cinmayī - She who is the personification action in every thing
- ↑ paramānandā - She who is supremely happy
- ↑ vijñāna-ghanarūpiṇī - She who is the personification of knowledge based on science
- ↑ dhyāna-dhyātṛ-dhyeyarūpā - She who is personification of meditation, the being who meditates and what is being meditated upon
- ↑ dharmādharma-vivarjitā - She who is beyond Dharma (justice) and Adharma(injustice)
- ↑ viśvarūpā - She who has the form of the universe
- ↑ jāgariṇī - She who is always awake
- ↑ svapantī - She who is always in the state of dream
- ↑ taijasātmikā - She who is the form of Thaijasa
- ↑ suptā - She who is in deep sleep
- ↑ prājñātmikā - She who is awake
- ↑ turyā - She who is in trance
- ↑ sarvāvasthā-vivarjitā - She who is above all states
- ↑ sṛṣṭikartrī - She who creates
- ↑ brahmarūpā - She who is the personification of ultimate
- ↑ goptrī - She who saves
- ↑ govindarūpiṇī - She who is of the form of Govinda
- ↑ saṃhāriṇī - She who destroys
- ↑ rudrarūpā - She who is of the form of Rudhra
- ↑ tirodhāna-kari - She who hides herself from us
- ↑ īśvarī - She who is of the form of easwara
- ↑ sadāśivā - She who is of the form of Sadashiva
- ↑ anugrahadā - She who blesses
- ↑ pañcakṛtya-parāyaṇā - She who is engaged in the five duties of creation, existence, dissolving, disappearing, and blessing
- ↑ bhānumaṇḍala-madhyasthā - She who is in the middle of the sun’s universe
- ↑ bhairavī - She who is the consort of Bhairava
- ↑ bhagamālinī - She who is the goddess bhaga malini
- ↑ padmāsanā - She who sits on a lotus
- ↑ bhagavatī - She who is with all wealth and knowledge
- ↑ padmanābha-sahodarī - She who is the sister of Vishnu
- ↑ unmeṣa-nimiṣotpanna-vipanna-bhuvanāvalī - She who creates and destroys the universe by opening and closing of her eye lids
- ↑ sahasra-śīrṣavadanā - She who has thousands of faces and heads
- ↑ sahasrākṣī - She who has thousands of eyes
- ↑ sahasrapāt - She who has thousands of feet
- ↑ ābrahma-kīṭa-jananī - She has created all beings from worm to Lord Brahma
- ↑ varṇāśrama-vidhāyinī - She who created the four fold division of society
- ↑ nijājñārūpa-nigamā - She who gave orders which are based on Vedas
- ↑ puṇyāpuṇya-phalapradā - She who gives compensation for sins and good deeds
- ↑ śruti-sīmanta-sindūrī-kṛta-pādābja-dhūlikā - She whose dust from her lotus feet is the sindhoora fills up in the parting of the hair of the Vedic mother
- ↑ sakalāgama-sandoha-śukti-sampuṭa-mauktikā - She who is like the pearl in the pearl holding shell of Vedas
- ↑ puruṣārthapradā - She who gives us the purusharthas of Charity, assets, joy and moksha
- ↑ pūrṇā - She who is complete
- ↑ bhoginī - She who enjoys pleasures
- ↑ bhuvaneśvarī - She who is the Goddess presiding over the universe
- ↑ ambikā - She who is the mother of the world
- ↑ anādi-nidhanā - She who does not have either end or beginning
- ↑ haribrahmendra-sevitā - She who is served by Gods like Vishnu,Indra and Brahma
- ↑ nārāyaṇī - She who is like Narayana
- ↑ nādarūpā - She who is the shape of music (sound)
- ↑ nāmarūpa-vivarjitā - She who does not have either name or shape
- ↑ hrīṃkārī - She who makes the holy sound Hrim
- ↑ hrīmatī - She who is shy
- ↑ hṛdyā - She who is in the heart (devotees)
- ↑ heyopādeya-varjitā - She who does not have aspects which can be accepted or rejected
- ↑ rājarājārcitā - She who is being worshipped by king of kings
- ↑ rājñī - She who is the queen of Kameshwara
- ↑ ramyā - She who makes others happy
- ↑ rājīvalocanā - She who is lotus eyed
- ↑ rañjanī - She who by her red colour makes Shiva also red
- ↑ ramaṇī - She who plays with her devotees
- ↑ rasyā - She who feeds the juice of everything
- ↑ raṇatkiṅkiṇi-mekhalā - She who wears the golden waist band with tinkling bells
- ↑ ramā - She who is like Lakshmi
- ↑ rākenduvadanā - She who has a face like the full moon
- ↑ ratirūpā - She who attracts others with her features like Rathi (wife of God of love-Manmatha)
- ↑ ratipriyā - She who likes Rathi
- ↑ rakṣākarī - She who protects
- ↑ rākṣasaghnī - She who kills Rakshasas-ogres opposed to the heaven
- ↑ rāmā - She who is feminine
- ↑ ramaṇalampaṭā - She who is attached to her lord
- ↑ kāmyā - She who is of the form of love
- ↑ kāmakalārūpā - She who is the personification of the art of love
- ↑ kadamba-kusuma-priyā - She who likes the flowers of Kadamba
- ↑ kalyāṇī - She who does good
- ↑ jagatīkandā - She who is like a root to the world
- ↑ karuṇā-rasa-sāgarā - She who is the sea of the juice of mercy
- ↑ kalāvatī - She who is an artist or she who has crescents
- ↑ kalālāpā - She whose talk is artful
- ↑ kāntā - She who glitters
- ↑ kādambarīpriyā - She who likes the wine called Kadambari or She who likes long stories
- ↑ varadā - She who gives boons
- ↑ vāmanayanā - She who has beautiful eyes
- ↑ vāruṇī-mada-vihvalā - She who gets drunk with the wine called varuni (The wine of happiness)
- ↑ viśvādhikā - She who is above all universe
- ↑ vedavedyā - She who can be understood by Vedas
- ↑ vindhyācala-nivāsinī - She who lives on Vindhya mountains
- ↑ vidhātrī - She who carries the world
- ↑ vedajananī - She who created the Vedas
- ↑ viṣṇumāyā - She who lives as the Vishnu maya
- ↑ vilāsinī - She who is playful
- ↑ kṣetrasvarūpā - She who is personification of the Kshetra or body
- ↑ kṣetreśī - She who is goddess of bodies
- ↑ kṣetra-kṣetrajña-pālinī - She who looks after bodies and their lord
- ↑ kṣayavṛddhi-vinirmuktā - She who neither decreases or increases
- ↑ kṣetrapāla-samarcitā - She who is worshipped by those who look after bodies
- ↑ vijayā - She who is always victorious
- ↑ vimalā - She who is clean of ignorance and illusion
- ↑ vandyā - She who is being worshipped by every body
- ↑ vandāru-jana-vatsalā - She who has affection towards all those who worship her
- ↑ vāgvādinī - She who uses words with great effect in arguments
- ↑ vāmakeśī - She who has beautiful hair
- ↑ vahnimaṇḍala-vāsinī - She who lives in the universe of fire which is Mooladhara
- ↑ bhaktimat-kalpalatikā - She who is the wish giving creeper Kalpaga
- ↑ paśupāśa-vimocinī - She who removes shackles from the living
- ↑ saṃhṛtāśeṣa-pāṣaṇḍā - She who destroys those people who have left their faith
- ↑ sadācāra-pravartikā - She who makes things happen through good conduct
- ↑ tāpatrayāgni-santapta-samāhlādana-candrikā - She who is like the pleasure giving moon to those who suffer from the three types of pain
- ↑ taruṇī - She who is ever young
- ↑ tāpasārādhyā - She who is being worshipped by sages
- ↑ tanumadhyā - She who has a narrow middle (hip)
- ↑ tamopahā - She who destroys darkness
- ↑ citis - She who is personification of wisdom
- ↑ tatpada-lakṣyārthā - She who is the indicative meaning of the word “thath” which is the first word of vedic saying “that thou art”
- ↑ cidekarasa-rūpiṇī - She who is wisdom through out
- ↑ svātmānanda-lavībhūta-brahmādyānanda-santatiḥ - She who in her ocean of wisdom makes Wisdom about Brahmam look like a wave
- ↑ parā - She who is the outside meaning of every thing
- ↑ pratyakcitīrūpā - She who makes us look for wisdom inside
- ↑ paśyantī - She who sees everything within herself
- ↑ paradevatā - She who gives power to all gods
- ↑ madhyamā - She who is in the middle of everything
- ↑ vaikharīrūpā - She who is of the form with words
- ↑ bhakta-mānasa-haṃsikā - She who is like a swan in the lake called mind
- ↑ kāmeśvara-prāṇanāḍī - She who is the life source of Kameswara
- ↑ kṛtajñā - She who watches all actions of every one or She who knows all
- ↑ kāmapūjitā - She who is being worshipped by the god of love in the kama giri peeta of Mooladhara chakra-Kama
- ↑ śṛṅgāra-rasa-sampūrṇā - She who is lovely
- ↑ jayā - She who is personification of victory
- ↑ jālandhara-sthitā - She who is on Jalandhara peetha or She who is purest of the pure
- ↑ oḍyāṇapīṭha-nilayā - She who is on Odyana peetha or She who lives in orders
- ↑ bindu-maṇḍalavāsinī - She who lives in the dot in the center of Srichakra
- ↑ rahoyāga-kramārādhyā - She who can be worshipped by secret sacrificial rites
- ↑ rahastarpaṇa-tarpitā - She who is pleased of chants knowing its meaning
- ↑ sadyaḥprasādinī - She who is pleased immediately
- ↑ viśva-sākṣiṇī - She who is the witness for the universe
- ↑ sākṣivarjitā - She who does not have witness for herself
- ↑ ṣaḍaṅgadevatā-yuktā - She who has her six parts as gods viz., heart, head, hair. Battle dress, eyes and arrows
- ↑ ṣāḍguṇya-paripūritā - She who is full of six characteristics viz., wealth, duty, fame, knowledge, assets and renunciation
- ↑ nityaklinnā - She in whose heart there is always mercy
- ↑ nirupamā - She who does not have anything to be compared to
- ↑ nirvāṇa-sukha-dāyinī - She who gives redemption
- ↑ nityā-ṣoḍaśikā-rūpā - She who is of the form sixteen goddesses
- ↑ śrīkaṇṭhārdha-śarīriṇī - She who occupies half the body of Lord Shiva
- ↑ prabhāvatī - She who is lustrous of supernatural powers
- ↑ prabhārūpā - She who is personification of the light provided by super natural powers
- ↑ prasiddhā - She who is famous
- ↑ parameśvarī - She who is the ultimate goddess
- ↑ mūlaprakṛtir - She who is the root cause
- ↑ avyaktā - She who is not clearly seen
- ↑ vyaktāvyakta-svarūpiṇī - She who is visible and not visible
- ↑ vyāpinī - She who is spread everywhere
- ↑ vividhākārā - She who has several different forms
- ↑ vidyāvidyā-svarūpiṇī - She who is the form of knowledge as well as ignorance
- ↑ mahākāmeśa-nayana-kumudāhlāda-kaumudī - She who is like the full moon which opens the lotus like eyes of Lord Kameshwara
- ↑ bhakta-hārda-tamobheda-bhānumadbhānu-santatiḥ - She who is like the sun’s rays which remove the darkness from the heart of devotees
- ↑ śivadūtī - She who sent Shiva as her representative
- ↑ śivārādhyā - She who is worshipped by Lord Shiva
- ↑ śivamūrtiḥ - She who is of the form of Lord Shiva
- ↑ śivaṅkarī - She who makes good to happen
- ↑ śivapriyā - She who is dear to Lord Shiva
- ↑ śivaparā - She who does not have any other interest except Lord Shiva
- ↑ śiṣṭeṣṭā - She who likes people with good habits
- ↑ śiṣṭapūjitā - She who is being worshipped by good people
- ↑ aprameyā - She who cannot be measured
- ↑ svaprakāśā - She who has her own luster
- ↑ manovācām agocarā - She who is beyond the mind and the word
- ↑ cicchaktiś - She who is the strength of holy knowledge
- ↑ cetanārūpā - She who is the personification of the power behind action
- ↑ jaḍaśaktir - She who is the strength of the immobile
- ↑ jaḍātmikā - She who is the world of immobile
- ↑ gāyatrī - She who is Gayathri
- ↑ vyāhṛtiḥ - She who is the grammar originating from letters
- ↑ sandhyā - She who is the union of souls and the God
- ↑ dvijabṛnda-niṣevitā - She who is being worshipped by all beings
- ↑ tattvāsanā - She who sits on principles
- ↑ tat - She who is "that" (the object)
- ↑ tvam - She who is "you" (the self)
- ↑ ayī - She who is the mother
- ↑ pañca-kośāntara-sthitā - She who is in between the five holy parts
- ↑ niḥsīma-mahimā - She who has limitless fame
- ↑ nitya-yauvanā - She who is ever young
- ↑ madaśālinī - She who shines by her exuberance
- ↑ madaghūrṇita-raktākṣī - She who has rolling/darting red eyes
- ↑ madapāṭala-gaṇḍabhūḥ - She whose cheeks are rosy with rapture
- ↑ candana-drava-digdhāṅgī - She who applies sandal paste all over her body
- ↑ cāmpeya-kusuma-priyā - She who likes the flowers of Champaka tree
- ↑ kuśalā - She who is intelligent
- ↑ komalākārā - She who has soft beautiful form
- ↑ kurukullā - She who is of the form of Kuru kulla devi who lives in Vimarsa
- ↑ kuleśvarī - She who is the goddess for the clan
- ↑ kulakuṇḍālayā - She who lives in kula kunda or She who is the power called Kundalani
- ↑ kaula-mārga-tatpara-sevitā - She who is being worshipped by people who follow Kaula
- ↑ kumāra-gaṇanāthāmbā - She who is mother to Ganesha and Subrahmanya
- ↑ tuṣṭiḥ - She who is personification of happiness
- ↑ puṣṭir - She who is personification of health
- ↑ matir - She who is personification of wisdom
- ↑ dhṛtiḥ - She who is personification of courage
- ↑ śāntiḥ - She who is peaceful
- ↑ svastimatī - She who always keeps well
- ↑ kāntir - She who is personification of light
- ↑ nandinī - She who is personification of Nadhini daughter of Kama denu
- ↑ vighnanāśinī - She who removes obstacles
- ↑ tejovatī - She who shines
- ↑ trinayanā - She who has three eyes
- ↑ lolākṣī-kāmarūpiṇī - She who has wandering passionate eyes
- ↑ mālinī - She who wears a garland
- ↑ haṃsinī - She who is surrounded by swans
- ↑ mātā - She who is the mother
- ↑ malayācala-vāsinī - She who lives in the Malaya mountain
- ↑ sumukhī - She who has a pleasing disposition
- ↑ nalinī - She who is tender
- ↑ subhrūḥ - She who has beautiful eyelids
- ↑ śobhanā - She who brings good things
- ↑ suranāyikā - She who is the leader of devas
- ↑ kālakaṇṭhī - She who is the consort of he who killed the god of death
- ↑ kāntimatī - She who has ethereal luster
- ↑ kṣobhiṇī - She who creates high emotions or She who gets agitated
- ↑ sūkṣmarūpiṇī - She who has a micro stature
- ↑ vajreśvarī - She who is Vajreswari (lord of diamonds) who occupies jalandhara peetha
- ↑ vāmadevī - She who is the consort of Vama deva
- ↑ vayovasthā-vivarjitā - She who does not change with age
- ↑ siddheśvarī - She who is the goddess of Siddhas (saints with super natural powers)
- ↑ siddhavidyā - She who is personification of pancha dasa manthra which is called siddha vidya
- ↑ siddhamātā - She who is the mother of Siddhas
- ↑ yaśasvinī - She who is famous
- ↑ viśuddhicakra-nilayā - She who is in sixteen petalled lotus
- ↑ araktavarṇā - She who is slightly red
- ↑ trilocanā - She who has three eyes
- ↑ khaṭvāṅgādi-praharaṇā - She who has arms like the sword
- ↑ vadanaika-samanvitā - She who has one face
- ↑ pāyasānnapriyā - She who likes sweet rice (Payasam)
- ↑ tvaksthā - She who lives in the sensibility of the skin
- ↑ paśuloka-bhayaṅkarī - She who creates fear for animal like men
- ↑ amṛtādi-mahāśakti-saṃvṛtā - She who is surrounded by Maha shakthis like Amrutha,Karshini, Indrani, Eesani, uma,Urdwa kesi
- ↑ ḍākinīśvarī - She who is goddess of the south(denoting death)
- ↑ anāhatābja-nilayā - She who lives in the twelve petalled lotus
- ↑ śyāmābhā - She who is greenish black
- ↑ vadanadvayā - She who has two faces
- ↑ daṃṣṭrojjvalā - She who shines with long protruding teeth
- ↑ akṣa-mālādi-dharā - She who wears meditation chains
- ↑ rudhirasaṃsthitā - She who is in blood
- ↑ kālarātryādi-śaktyaugha-vṛtā - She who is surrounded by Shakthis like Kalarathri. Kanditha, Gayathri, ….etc
- ↑ snigdhaudanapriyā - She who likes Ghee mixed rice
- ↑ mahāvīrendra-varadā - She who gives boons to great heroes or She who gives boons to great sages
- ↑ rākiṇyambā-svarūpiṇī - She who has names like rakini
- ↑ maṇipūrābja-nilayā - She who lives in ten petalled lotus
- ↑ vadanatraya-saṃyutā - She who has three faces
- ↑ vajrādikāyudhopetā - She who has weapons like Vajrayudha
- ↑ ḍāmaryādibhir āvṛtā - She who is surrounded by Goddess like Damari
- ↑ raktavarṇā - She who is of the colour of blood
- ↑ māṃsaniṣṭhā - She who is in flesh
- ↑ guḍānna-prīta-mānasā - She who likes rice mixed with jaggery
- ↑ samastabhakta-sukhadā - She who gives pleasure to all her devotees
- ↑ lākinyambā-svarūpiṇī - She who is famous in the name of “Lakini”
- ↑ svādhiṣṭhānāmbuja-gatā - She who lives in the six petalled lotus
- ↑ caturvaktra-manoharā - She who has four beautiful faces
- ↑ śūlādyāyudha-sampannā - She who has weapons like Spear
- ↑ pītavarṇā - She who is of golden colour
- ↑ atigarvitā - She who is very proud
- ↑ medoniṣṭhā - She who is in the fatty layer
- ↑ madhuprītā - She who likes honey
- ↑ bandhinyādi-samanvitā - She who is surrounded by Shakthis called Bandhini
- ↑ dadhyannāsakta-hṛdayā - She who likes curd rice
- ↑ kākinī-rūpa-dhāriṇī - She who resembles “Kakini”
- ↑ mūlādhārāmbujārūḍhā - She who sits on the mooladhara kamala or the lotus which is the basic support
- ↑ pañca-vaktrā - She who has five faces
- ↑ asthi-saṃsthitā - She who is in the bones
- ↑ aṅkuśādi-praharaṇā - She who holds Ankusha and other weapons
- ↑ varadādi-niṣevitā - She who is surrounded by Vardha and other shakthis
- ↑ mudgaudanāsakta-cittā - She who likes rice mixed with green gram dhal
- ↑ sākinyambā-svarūpiṇī - She who has the name “Sakini”
- ↑ ājñā-cakrābja-nilayā - She who sits on the lotus called Agna chakra or the wheel of order
- ↑ śuklavarṇā - She who is white coloured
- ↑ ṣaḍānanā - She who has six faces
- ↑ majjāsaṃsthā - Who presides over marrow of living beings
- ↑ haṃsavatī-mukhya-śakti-samanvitā - Who is attended by Hamsavati and other Shaktis
- ↑ haridrānnaika-rasikā - She who likes rice mixed with turmeric powder
- ↑ hākinī-rūpa-dhāriṇī - Who assumes the form of Hakini.
- ↑ sahasradala-padmasthā - She who sits on thousand petalled lotus
- ↑ sarva-varṇopa-śobhitā - She who shines in all colours
- ↑ sarvāyudhadharā - She who is armed with all weapons
- ↑ śukla-saṃsthitā - Who presides over the life-giving fluid in all creatures.
- ↑ sarvatomukhī - She who has faces everywhere
- ↑ sarvaudana-prītacittā - She who likes all types of rice
- ↑ yākinyambā-svarūpiṇī - The Mother who appears in the form of Yakini.
- ↑ svāhā - She who is personification of Swaha (the manthra chanted during fire sacrifice)
- ↑ svadhā - She who is of the form of Swadha
- ↑ amatir - She who is ignorance
- ↑ medhā - She who is knowledge
- ↑ śrutiḥ - She who is Vedas
- ↑ smṛtir - She who is the guide to Vedas
- ↑ anuttamā - She who has none superior
- ↑ puṇyakīrtiḥ - She who is famous for good deeds
- ↑ puṇyalabhyā - She who can be attained by good deeds
- ↑ puṇyaśravaṇa-kīrtanā - She who gives good for those who listen and those who sing about her
- ↑ pulomajārcitā - She who is worshipped by wife of Indra
- ↑ bandha-mocanī - She who releases us from bondage
- ↑ barbarālakā - She who has forelocks which resembles waves
- ↑ vimarśarūpiṇī - She who is hidden from view
- ↑ vidyā - She who is “learning”
- ↑ viyadādi-jagatprasūḥ - She who created the earth and the sky
- ↑ sarvavyādhi-praśamanī - She who cures all diseases
- ↑ sarvamṛtyu-nivāriṇī - She who avoids all types of death
- ↑ agragaṇyā - She who is at the top
- ↑ acintyarūpā - She who is beyond thought
- ↑ kalikalmaṣa-nāśinī - She who removes the ills of the dark age
- ↑ kātyāyanī - She who is Kathyayini in Odyana peetha or She who is the daughter of sage Kathyayana
- ↑ kālahantrī - She who kills god of death
- ↑ kamalākṣa-niṣevitā - She who is being worshipped by the lotus eyed Vishnu
- ↑ tāmbūla-pūrita-mukhī - She whose mouth is filled with betel leaves , betel nut and lime
- ↑ dāḍimī-kusuma-prabhā - She whose colour is like the pomegranate bud
- ↑ mṛgākṣī - She who has eyes like deer
- ↑ mohinī - She who bewitches
- ↑ mukhyā - She who is the chief
- ↑ mṛḍānī - She who gives pleasure
- ↑ mitrarūpiṇī - She who is of the form of Sun
- ↑ nityatṛptā - She who is satisfied always
- ↑ bhaktanidhir - She who is the treasure house of devotees
- ↑ niyantrī - She who controls
- ↑ nikhileśvarī - She who is goddess for every thing
- ↑ maitryādi-vāsanālabhyā - She who can be attained by habits like Maithree (friendship)
- ↑ mahāpralaya-sākṣiṇī - She who is the witness to the great deluge
- ↑ parā śaktiḥ - She who is the end strength
- ↑ parā niṣṭhā - She who is at the end of concentration
- ↑ prajñānaghana-rūpiṇī - She who is personification of all superior knowledge
- ↑ mādhvīpānālasā - She who is introverted and inactive like one intoxicated with wine
- ↑ mattā - She who looks intoxicated
- ↑ mātṛkā-varṇa-rūpiṇī - She who is the model of colour and shape
- ↑ mahākailāsa-nilayā - She who is located on Maha Kailasa
- ↑ mṛṇāla-mṛdu-dorlatā - She who has arms as tender as lotus stalk
- ↑ mahanīyā - She who is fit to be venerated
- ↑ dayāmūrtir - She who is personification of mercy
- ↑ mahāsāmrājya-śālinī - She who is the chef of all the worlds
- ↑ ātmavidyā - She who is the science of soul
- ↑ mahāvidyā - She who is the great knowledge
- ↑ śrīvidyā - She who is the knowledge of Goddess
- ↑ kāmasevitā - She who is worshipped by Kama, the God of love
- ↑ śrī-ṣoḍaśākṣarī-vidyā - She who is the sixteen lettered knowledge
- ↑ trikūṭā - She who is divided in to three parts
- ↑ kāmakoṭikā - She who sits on Kama Koti peetha
- ↑ kaṭākṣa-kiṅkarī-bhūta-kamalā-koṭi-sevitā - She who is attended by crores of Lakshmis who yearn for her simple glance
- ↑ śiraḥsthitā - She who is in the head
- ↑ candranibhā - She who is like the full moon
- ↑ bhālastha - She who is in the forehead
- ↑ indra-dhanuḥ prabhā - She who is like the rainbow
- ↑ hṛdayasthā - She who is in the heart
- ↑ raviprakhyā - She who has luster like Sun God
- ↑ trikoṇāntara-dīpikā - She who is like a light in a triangle
- ↑ dākṣāyaṇī - She who is the daughter of Daksha
- ↑ daityahantrī - She who kills asuras
- ↑ dakṣayajña-vināśinī - She who destroyed the sacrifice of Rudra
- ↑ darāndolita-dīrghākṣī - She who has long eyes which have slight movement
- ↑ dara-hāsojjvalan-mukhī - She who has face that glitters with her smile
- ↑ gurumūrtir - She who is the teacher
- ↑ guṇanidhir - She who is the treasure house of good qualities
- ↑ gomātā - She who is the mother cow
- ↑ guhajanmabhūḥ - She who is the birth place of Lord Subrahmanya
- ↑ deveśī - She who is the goddess of Gods
- ↑ daṇḍanītisthā - She who judges and punishes
- ↑ daharākāśa-rūpiṇī - She who is of the form of wide sky
- ↑ pratipanmukhya-rākānta-tithi-maṇḍala-pūjitā - She who is being worshipped on all the fifteen days from full moon to new moon
- ↑ kalātmikā - She who is the soul of arts
- ↑ kalānāthā - She who is the chief of arts
- ↑ kāvyālāpa-vinodinī - She who enjoys being described in epics
- ↑ sacāmara-ramā-vāṇī-savya-dakṣiṇa-sevitā - She who is being fanned by Lakshmi the goddess of wealth and Saraswathi the goddess of knowledge
- ↑ ādiśaktir - She who is the primeval force
- ↑ ameyā - She who cannot be measured
- ↑ ātmā - She who is the soul
- ↑ paramā - She who is better than all others
- ↑ pāvanākṛtiḥ - She who is personification of purity
- ↑ anekakoṭi-brahmāṇḍa-jananī - She who is the mother of several billions of universes
- ↑ divyavigrahā - She who is beautifully made
- ↑ klīṃkārī - She who is the shape of “Klim”
- ↑ kevalā - She who is she herself
- ↑ guhyā - She who is secret
- ↑ kaivalya-padadāyinī - She who gives redemption as well as position
- ↑ tripurā - She who lives everything in three aspects
- ↑ trijagadvandyā - She who is worshipped by all in three worlds
- ↑ trimūrtis - She who is the trinity
- ↑ tridaśeśvarī - She who is the goddess for all gods
- ↑ tryakṣarī - She who is of the form of three letters
- ↑ divya-gandhāḍhyā - She who has divine fragrance
- ↑ sindūra-tilakāñcitā - She who wears the sindhoora dot in her forehead
- ↑ umā - She who is Uma (a form of Parvati)
- ↑ śailendratanayā - She who is the daughter of the king of mountains
- ↑ gaurī - She who is white coloured
- ↑ gandharva-sevitā - She who is worshipped by gandharwas
- ↑ viśvagarbhā - She who carries the universe in her belly
- ↑ svarṇagarbhā - She who is personification of gold
- ↑ avaradā - She who punishes bad people
- ↑ vāgadhīśvarī - She who is the goddess of words
- ↑ dhyānagamyā - She who can be attained by meditation
- ↑ aparicchedyā - She who cannot be predicted to be in a certain place
- ↑ jñānadā - She who gives out knowledge
- ↑ jñānavigrahā - She who is personification of knowledge
- ↑ sarvavedānta-saṃvedyā - She who can be known by all Upanishads
- ↑ satyānanda-svarūpiṇī - She who is personification of truth and happiness
- ↑ lopāmudrārcitā - She who is worshipped by Lopa Mudhra the wife of Agasthya
- ↑ līlā-kḷpta-brahmāṇḍa-maṇḍalā - She who creates the different universes by simple play
- ↑ adṛśyā - She who cannot be seen
- ↑ dṛśyarahitā - She who does not see things differently
- ↑ vijñātrī - She who knows all sciences
- ↑ vedyavarjitā - She who does not have any need to know anything
- ↑ yoginī - She who is personification of Yoga
- ↑ yogadā - She who gives knowledge and experience of yoga
- ↑ yogyā - She who can be reached by yoga
- ↑ yogānandā - She who gets pleasure out of yoga
- ↑ yugandharā - She who wears the yuga (Division of eons of time)
- ↑ icchāśakti-jñānaśakti-kriyāśakti-svarūpiṇī - She who has desire as her head, Knowledge as her body and work as her feet
- ↑ sarvādhārā - She who is the basis of everything
- ↑ supratiṣṭhā - She who is the best place of stay
- ↑ sadasadrūpa-dhāriṇī - She who always has truth in her
- ↑ aṣṭamūrtir - She who has eight forms
- ↑ ajājaitrī - She who has won over ignorance
- ↑ lokayātrā-vidhāyinī - She who makes the world rotate(travel)
- ↑ ekākinī - She who is only herself and alone
- ↑ bhūmarūpā - She who is what we see , hear and understand
- ↑ nirdvaitā - She who is non-dual
- ↑ dvaitavarjitā - She who avoids duality
- ↑ annadā - She who gives food
- ↑ vasudā - She who gives wealth
- ↑ vṛddhā - She who is old
- ↑ brahmātmaikya-svarūpiṇī - She who merges herself in brahma-the ultimate truth
- ↑ bṛhatī - She who is big
- ↑ brāhmaṇī - She who is the wife of Brahma
- ↑ brāhmī - She who has one aspect of Brhma
- ↑ brahmānandā - She who is the ultimate happiness
- ↑ balipriyā - She who likes the strong
- ↑ bhāṣārūpā - She who is personification of language
- ↑ bṛhatsenā - She who has big army
- ↑ bhāvābhāva-vivarjitā - She who does not have birth or death
- ↑ sukhārādhyā - She who can be worshipped with pleasure
- ↑ śubhakarī - She who does good
- ↑ śobhanā sulabhā gatiḥ - She who is easy to attain and does only good
- ↑ rāja-rājeśvarī - She who is the ruler of kings
- ↑ rājya-dāyinī - She who bestows realms
- ↑ rājya-vallabhā - She who likes such kingdoms
- ↑ rājatkṛpā - She whose mercy shines everywhere
- ↑ rājapīṭha-niveśita-nijāśritā - She who raises her devotees to royal status.
- ↑ rājyalakṣmīḥ - She who is the wealth of kingdoms
- ↑ kośanāthā - She who protects the treasury
- ↑ caturaṅga-baleśvarī - She who is the leader of the four fold army (Mind, brain, thought and ego)
- ↑ sāmrājya-dāyinī - She who makes you emperor
- ↑ satyasandhā - She who is truthful
- ↑ sāgaramekhalā - She who is the earth surrounded by the sea
- ↑ dīkṣitā - She who gives the right to do fire sacrifice
- ↑ daityaśamanī - She who quells daityas
- ↑ sarvaloka-vaśaṅkarī - She who keeps all the world within her control
- ↑ sarvārthadātrī - She who gives all wealth
- ↑ sāvitrī - She who is shines like the sun
- ↑ saccidānanda-rūpiṇī - She who is personification of the ultimate truth
- ↑ deśa-kālāparicchinnā - She who is not divided by region or time
- ↑ sarvagā - She who is full of everywhere
- ↑ sarvamohinī - She who attracts every thing
- ↑ sarasvatī - She who is the goddess of knowledge
- ↑ śāstramayī - She who is the meaning of sciences
- ↑ guhāmbā - She who is mother of Lord Subrahmanya (Guha)
- ↑ guhyarūpiṇī - She whose form is hidden from all
- ↑ sarvopādhi-vinirmuktā - She who does not have any doctrines
- ↑ sadāśiva-pativratā - She who is devoted wife for all times to Lord Shiva
- ↑ sampradāyeśvarī - She who is the goddess of tradition
- ↑ sādhu - She who is virtuous
- ↑ ī - She who is denoted by the syllable “ī”
- ↑ gurumaṇḍala-rūpiṇī - She who is the universe round teachers
- ↑ kulottīrṇā - She who is beyond the group of senses
- ↑ bhagārādhyā - She who is to be worshipped in the universe round the sun
- ↑ māyā - She who is illusion
- ↑ madhumatī - She who is the trance stage (seventh) in yoga
- ↑ mahī - She who is personification of earth
- ↑ gaṇāmbā - She who is mother of the gaṇas
- ↑ guhyakārādhyā - She who should be worshipped in secret places
- ↑ komalāṅgī - She who has beautiful limbs
- ↑ gurupriyā - She who likes teachers
- ↑ svatantrā - She who is independent
- ↑ sarvatantreśī - She who is goddess to all tantras
- ↑ dakṣiṇāmūrti-rūpiṇī - She who is the personification of God facing South (The teacher form of Shiva)
- ↑ sanakādi-samārādhyā - She who is being worshipped by Sanaka sages
- ↑ śivajñāna-pradāyinī - She who gives the knowledge of God
- ↑ citkalā - She who is the micro power deep within
- ↑ ānanda-kalikā - She who is the happiness in beings
- ↑ premarūpā - She who is the form of love
- ↑ priyaṅkarī - She who does what is liked
- ↑ nāmapārāyaṇa-prītā - She who likes repetition of her various names
- ↑ nandividyā - She who is the knowledge taught by Nandi deva
- ↑ naṭeśvarī - She who is the goddess of dance
- ↑ mithyā-jagadadhiṣṭhānā - She who is luck to this world of illusion
- ↑ muktidā - She who gives redemption
- ↑ muktirūpiṇī - She who is redemption
- ↑ lāsyapriyā - She who likes feminine dance
- ↑ layakarī - She who is the bridge between dance and music
- ↑ lajjā - She who is shy
- ↑ rambhādivanditā - She who is worshipped by Rambha and other celestial dancers
- ↑ bhavadāva-sudhāvṛṣṭiḥ - She who douses the forest fire of the sad life of mortals with a rain of nectar
- ↑ pāpāraṇya-davānalā - She who is the forest fire that destroys the forest of sin
- ↑ daurbhāgya-tūlavātūlā - She who is the cyclone that blows away the cotton of bad luck.
- ↑ jarādhvānta-raviprabhā - She who is the suns rays that swallows the darkness of old age
- ↑ bhāgyābdhi-candrikā - She who is the full moon to the sea of luck
- ↑ bhakta-cittakeki-ghanāghanā - She who is the black cloud to the peacock which is he devotees mind
- ↑ rogaparvata-dambholir - She who is the Vajra weapon which breaks the sickness which is like the mountain
- ↑ mṛtyudāru-kuṭhārikā - She who is like the axe which fells the tree of death
- ↑ maheśvarī - She who is the greatest goddess
- ↑ mahākālī - She who is the great Kali
- ↑ mahāgrāsā - She who is like a great drinking bowl
- ↑ mahāśanā - She who is the great eater
- ↑ aparṇā - She who did meditation without even eating a leaf
- ↑ caṇḍikā - She who is supremely angry
- ↑ caṇḍamuṇḍāsura-niṣūdinī - She who killed the asuras called Chanda and Munda
- ↑ kṣarākṣarātmikā - She who can never be destroyed and also destroyed
- ↑ sarva-lokeśī - She who is goddess to all the worlds
- ↑ viśvadhāriṇī - She who carries all the universe
- ↑ trivargadātrī - She who gives dharma, Assets and pleasure
- ↑ subhagā - She who is pleasing to look at
- ↑ tryambakā - She who has three eyes
- ↑ triguṇātmikā - She who is personification of three gunas viz .,Thamo (Kali), Rajo (Dhurga) and Sathva (Parvathy)
- ↑ svargāpavargadā - She who gives heaven and the way to it
- ↑ śuddhā - She who is clean
- ↑ japāpuṣpa-nibhākṛtiḥ - She who has the colour of hibiscus
- ↑ ojovatī - She who is full of vigour
- ↑ dyutidharā - She who has light
- ↑ yajñarūpā - She who is of the form of sacrifice
- ↑ priyavratā - She who likes penances
- ↑ durārādhyā - She who is rarely available for worship
- ↑ durādharṣā - She who cannot be won
- ↑ pāṭalī-kusuma-priyā - She who likes the buds of Patali tree
- ↑ mahatī - She who is big
- ↑ merunilayā - She who lives in Meru mountain
- ↑ mandāra-kusuma-priyā - She who likes the buds of Mandhara tree
- ↑ vīrārādhyā - She who is worshipped by heroes
- ↑ virāḍrūpā - She who is of the form of Virat, the cosmic whole.
- ↑ virajā - She who does not have any blemish
- ↑ viśvatomukhī - She who sees through every ones eyes
- ↑ pratyagrūpā - She who can be seen by looking inside
- ↑ parākāśā - She who is the great sky
- ↑ prāṇadā - She who gives the life
- ↑ prāṇarūpiṇī - She who is of the embodiment of life
- ↑ mārtāṇḍa-bhairavārādhyā - She who is being worshipped by Marthanda Bhairava
- ↑ mantriṇīnyasta-rājyadhūḥ - She who gave the power to rule to her form of Manthrini
- ↑ tripureśī - She who is the head of three cities
- ↑ jayatsenā - She who has an army which wins
- ↑ nistraiguṇyā - She who is above the three qualities
- ↑ parāparā - She who is outside and inside
- ↑ satya-jñānānanda-rūpā - She who is personification of truth, knowledge and happiness
- ↑ sāmarasya-parāyaṇā - She who stands in peace
- ↑ kapardinī - She who is the wife of Kapardhi
- ↑ kalāmālā - She who wears arts as garlands
- ↑ kāmadhuk - She who fulfills desires
- ↑ kāmarūpiṇī - She who can take any desired form
- ↑ kalānidhiḥ - She who is the treasure of arts
- ↑ kāvyakalā - She who is the art of poetry
- ↑ rasajñā - She who knows rasas (tastes, values, joys and other experiences)
- ↑ rasaśevadhiḥ - She who is the treasure of arts
- ↑ puṣṭā - She who is healthy
- ↑ purātanā - She who is ancient
- ↑ pūjyā - She who is fit to be worshipped
- ↑ puṣkarā - She who gives exuberance
- ↑ puṣkarekṣaṇā - She who has lotus like eyes
- ↑ paraṃjyotiḥ - She who is the ultimate light
- ↑ paraṃdhāma - She who is the ultimate resting place
- ↑ paramāṇuḥ - She who is the ultimate atom
- ↑ parātparā - She who is better than the best
- ↑ pāśahastā - She who has rope in her hand
- ↑ pāśahantrī - She who cuts off attachment
- ↑ paramantra-vibhedinī - She who destroys the effect of spells cast
- ↑ mūrtā - She who has a form
- ↑ amūrtā - She who does not have a form
- ↑ anityatṛptā - She who gets happy with prayers using temporary things
- ↑ munimānasa-haṃsikā - She who is the swan in the mind ( lake like) of sages
- ↑ satyavratā - She who has resolved to speak only truth
- ↑ satyarūpā - She who is truth embodied
- ↑ sarvāntaryāminī - She who is within all beings
- ↑ satī - She who is Sati the daughter of Daksha
- ↑ brahmāṇī - She who is the strength behind creator
- ↑ brahma - She who is the creator
- ↑ jananī - She who is the mother
- ↑ bahurūpā - She who has many forms
- ↑ budhārcitā - She who is worshipped by the enlightened
- ↑ prasavitrī - She who has given birth to everything
- ↑ pracaṇḍā - She who is fierce
- ↑ ājñā - She who is the order given
- ↑ pratiṣṭhā - She who has been installed
- ↑ prakaṭākṛtiḥ - She who is clearly visible
- ↑ prāṇeśvarī - She who is goddess of life
- ↑ prāṇadātrī - She who bestows life
- ↑ pañcāśatpīṭha-rūpiṇī - She who is in fifty Shakthi peethas
- ↑ viśṛṅkhalā - She who is not chained
- ↑ viviktasthā - She who is in lonely places
- ↑ vīramātā - She who is the mother of heroes
- ↑ viyatprasūḥ - She who has created the sky
- ↑ mukundā - She who gives redemption
- ↑ muktinilayā - She who is the seat of redemption
- ↑ mūlavigraha-rūpiṇī - She who is the basic statue
- ↑ bhāvajñā - She who understands wishes and thoughts
- ↑ bhavarogaghnī - She who cures the disease of rebirth
- ↑ bhavacakra-pravartinī - She makes the wheel of birth rotate
- ↑ chandaḥsārā - She who is the essence of the Vedas
- ↑ śāstrasārā - She who is the essence of science
- ↑ mantrasārā - She who is the meaning of mantras (chants)
- ↑ talodarī - She who has a small belly
- ↑ udārakīrtir - She who has wide and tall fame
- ↑ uddāmavaibhavā - She who has immeasurable fame
- ↑ varṇarūpiṇī - She who is personification of alphabets
- ↑ - She who is the panacea of ills of birth, death and aging
- ↑ - She who is being loudly announced as the greatest by Upanishads
- ↑ - She who is a greater art than peace
- ↑ - She whose depth cannot be measured
- ↑ - She who is situated in the sky
- ↑ - She who is proud
- ↑ - She who likes songs
- ↑ - She who does not imagine
- ↑ - Shw who is the Supreme Goal
- ↑ - She who removes sins
- ↑ - She who is half her lord's form
- ↑ - She who is beyond the action and the cause
- ↑ - She who overflows with joy in the company of Her Lord, Kameshvara.
- ↑ - She who wears the glittering golden ear studs
- ↑ - She who assumes several forms as play
- ↑ - She who does not have birth
- ↑ - She who does not have death
- ↑ - She who is beautiful
- ↑ - She who is pleased quickly
- ↑ - She who is worshipped by internal thoughts
- ↑ - She who can be attained by external prayers
- ↑ - She who is of the form of three Vedas viz Rk, yajus and sama
- ↑ - She who is implicit in the threefold aim of life (Dharma, Artha and Kama)
- ↑ - Who is present in the three periods of existence like past, present and future.
- ↑ - She who is in tripura the sixth section of Srichakra
- ↑ - She who is without diseases
- ↑ - She who does not need another birth
- ↑ - She who enjoys within herself
- ↑ - She who is the rain of nectar
- ↑ - She who is capable of saving people who drown in the mud of day today life
- ↑ - She who likes fire sacrifice
- ↑ - She who carries out fire sacrifice
- ↑ - She who is the doer of fire sacrifice
- ↑ - She who is the basis of Dharma-the rightful action
- ↑ - She who presides over wealth
- ↑ - She who makes wealth and grain to grow
- ↑ - She who likes those who learn Vedas
- ↑ - She who is the learner of Vedas
- ↑ - She who makes everything to revolve
- ↑ - She who eats the universe in one handful
- ↑ - She who has the luster of coral
- ↑ - She who is the power of Vishnu
- ↑ - She who is of the form of Vishnu
- ↑ - She who has no origin
- ↑ - She who is the cause and source of everything
- ↑ - She who is changeless
- ↑ - Who is the deity of the kaula sect.
- ↑ - She who likes company of heroes
- ↑ - She who is valour
- ↑ - She who does not have attachment to action
- ↑ - She who is the form of sound
- ↑ - She who makes science
- ↑ - She who is expert in arts
- ↑ - She who is an expert
- ↑ - She who sits in the dot of the thousand petalled lotus
- ↑ - She who is above all metaphysics
- ↑ - She who is Metaphysics
- ↑ - She who is personification of this and that
- ↑ - She who likes singing of sama
- ↑ - She who is peaceful or She who is as pretty as the moon
- ↑ - She who is consort of Sada shiva
- ↑ - Who is reached by both the paths – Savya (samaya) and Apasavya (kaula).
- ↑ - She who removes all dangers
- ↑ - She who has everything within her or She who is peaceful
- ↑ - She who is by nature sweet
- ↑ - She who is courageous
- ↑ - She who is being worshipped by the courageous
- ↑ - She who is worshipped by the ablation of water
- ↑ - She who likes the never fading flowers
- ↑ - She who never sets
- ↑ - She who is always happy
- ↑ - She who is like the early morning sunrise, is in the colour of patala (whitish red..somewhat pinkish)
- ↑ - Who is worshipped according to both the Dakshinacara and its opposite, by the learned and the unlearned
- ↑ - She who has a smiling face like the lotus in full bloom
- ↑ - She who is mixture of the koula and kevala methods
- ↑ - She who gives the immeasurable heavenly stature
- ↑ - She who likes chants
- ↑ - She who gives boons for those who sing her chants
- ↑ - She who is worshipped by the Vedas
- ↑ - She who has a stable mind
- ↑ - She who has big heart
- ↑ - She who is the greatest goddess
- ↑ - She who does only good
- ↑ - The mother of the universe
- ↑ - She who supports the world
- ↑ - She who is broad eyed
- ↑ - She who is utterly passionless
- ↑ - Who is surprisingly daring
- ↑ - She who is great giver
- ↑ - She who has great happiness
- ↑ - She who is one with mind
- ↑ - She who is the wife of Shiva who has sky as his hair
- ↑ - She who is at the top
- ↑ - She who has indra’s wife as a part
- ↑ - She who is goddess of the people who follow the left path
- ↑ - She who likes the five sacrifices
- ↑ - She who sleeps on the cot made of five corpses
- ↑ - She who is the consort of Sadshiva –the fifth of the pancha brahmas
- ↑ - She who is the chief of the five elements viz. earth, sky, fire, air and water
- ↑ - She who is to be worshipped by five methods of Gandha(sandal wood), Pushpa(flower), Dhoopa(incense), dheepa(light), Naivedya(offering)
- ↑ - She who is permanent
- ↑ - She who gives perennial wealth
- ↑ - She who gives pleasure
- ↑ - She who bewitches Lord Shiva
- ↑ - She who carries (beings like earth)
- ↑ - She who is the daughter of the mountain
- ↑ - She who has all sort of wealth
- ↑ - She who likes dharma
- ↑ - She who makes dharma grow
- ↑ - She who is beyond the world
- ↑ - She who is beyond properties
- ↑ - She who is beyond everything
- ↑ - She who is peace
- ↑ - She who has the glitter of bhandhooka flowers
- ↑ - She who is a young maiden
- ↑ - She who loves to play
- ↑ - She who gives all good things
- ↑ - She who gives pleasure
- ↑ - She who is well made up
- ↑ - She who is with her consort
- ↑ - She who is pleased with respect shown to married women
- ↑ - She who has full glitter
- ↑ - She who has a clean mind
- ↑ - She who is happy with the offering in the dot of Ananda maya chakra
- ↑ - She who preceded every one
- ↑ - She who is the goddess of three cities
- ↑ - She who is worshipped by ten mudras(postures of the hand)
- ↑ - She who controls Tripurashri (a powerful Deity) presiding over the fifth avarana called sarvarthasadhaka chakra
- ↑ - She who shows the symbol of knowledge
- ↑ - She who can be attained by knowledge
- ↑ - She who is what is thought and the thought
- ↑ - She who symbolically shows the supreme-origin
- ↑ - She who is the lord of three zones of fire, moon and sun
- ↑ - She who is the three qualities of sattva, rajas and tamas
- ↑ - She who is the mother
- ↑ - She who has attained at all vertices of a triangle
- ↑ - She who is not neared by sin
- ↑ - She who has a wonderful history
- ↑ - She who gives what is desired
- ↑ - She who can be realized by constant practice
- ↑ - She who transcends the six modes of devotion (Varna, Pada, Mantra, Kala, Tattva and Bhuvana)
- ↑ - She who shows mercy without reason
- ↑ - She who is the lamp that drives away ignorance
- ↑ - She who is worshipped by all right from children and cowherds
- ↑ - She whose orders can never be disobeyed
- ↑ - She who lives in Srichakra
- ↑ - The beautiful goddess of wealth who is consort of the Lord of Tripura
- ↑ - She who is the eternal peace
- ↑ - She who is unification of Shiva and Shakthi
- ↑ - The easily approachable mother