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Durga 108 Names

 

1) Sati, the daughter of Daksa;

2) Sadhvi, the Sanguine;

3) Bhavaprita, loved by the universe;

4) Bhavani, the abode of the universe;

5) Bhavamocani, the absolver of the universe;

6) Arya;ma-durga1

7) Durga;

8) Jaya;

9) Adya, the beginning reality;

10) Trinetra, having three-eyes;

11) Suladharin?i, holding a monodent;

12) Pinakadharin?i, Who holds the trident of Siva;

13) Citra;

14) Candaghanta, having mighty bells;

15) Mahatapa, with severe penance;

16) Manas, mind;

17) Buddhi, wisdom;

18) Ahankara, pride;

19) Cittarupa, thought-state;

20) Cita, death-bed;

21) Citi, the thinking mind;

22) Sarvamantramayi, possessing all the instruments of thought;

23) Satta, above all;

24) Satyanandasvarupini, eternal bliss;

25) Ananta, infinite or beyond measure;

26) Bhavini, beautiful woman;

27) Bhavya, future;

28) Bhavya, with splendor;

29) Abhavya, improper or fear-causing;

30) Sadagati, always bestowing Moksa;

31) Sambhavi, consort of Sambhu;

32) Devamata;

33) Cinta, thoughts;

34) Ratnapriya, adorned or loved by jewels;

35) Sarvavidya, abode of knowledge;

36) Daksakanya, that is Sati, daughter of Daksa;

37) Daksayajnavinasini, destroyer of the sacrifice of Daksa;

38) Aparna;

39) Anekavarna, having many complexions (for example: Kali, Gauri);

40) Patala, red in color;

41) Patalavati, wearing a red-color apparel;

42) Pattambaraparidhana, wearing a dress made of leather;

43) Kalamanjiraranjini, wearing a melodious anklet;

44) Ameya, immeasurable;

45) Vikrama, fierce;

46) Krura, cruel (on demons);

47) Sundari;

48) Surasundari;

49) Vanadurga;

50) Matangi;

51) Matangamunipujita, prayed by Sage Matanga;

52) Brahmi;

53) Mahesvari;

54) Caindri;

55) Kaumarc;

56) Vaisnavi

57) Camunda;

58) Varahi;

59) Laksmi;

60) Purusakrti, taking the form of a man;

61) Vimalotkarsini, providing joy;

62) Jnana;

63) Kriya;

64) Nitya, eternal one;

65) Buddhida, bestower of wisdom;

66) Bahula, numerous in forms;

67) Bahulaprema, generously benevolent;

68) Sarvavahanavahana, sits or rides all vehicles;

69-72) Slayer of Sumbha and Nisumbha, Mahisasura, Madhu and Kaitabha, and Canda and Munda;

73) Sarvasuravinasa, destroyer of all demons;

74) Sarvadanavaghatini, causes injury to all the demons;

75) Sarvasastramayi, deft in all theories;

76) Satya;

77) Sarvastradharini, possessor of all the missile weapons;

78) Anekasastrahasta, possessor of many hand weapons;

79) Anekastrasya Dharini, possessor of many missile weapons;

80) Kumari;

81) Ekakanya;

82) Kaisori;

83) Yuvati;

84) Yati;

85) Apraudha, who never gets old;

86) Praudha, who is old;

87) Vrddhamata, old mother (loosely);

88) Balaprada, bestower of strength;

89) Mahodari, gigantic abdomen which stores the universe;

90) Muktakesa, having open tresses;

91) Ghorarupa, having a fierce outlook;

92) Mahabala, having immense strength;

93) Agnijvala, poignant like fire;

94) Raudramukhi, having a fierce face like universe-destroying Rudra;

95) Kalaratri;

96) Tapasvini;

97) Narayan?i;

98) Bhadrakali;

99) Visnumaya;

100) Jalodari, abode of the ethereal universe;

101) Sivaduti;

102) Karali, fierce;

103) Ananta, immeasurable;

104) Paramesvari;

105) Katyayani;

106) Savitri;

107) Pratyaksa;

108) Brahmavadini.

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