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Names of Lord Rama

Lord Rama is the one of the commonly worshipped gods of the
Hindu religion. Shri Ram is recognized as the seventh incarnation (Avatar) of
Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the Universe. Lord Ram is known for his virtues.
Ram is the great lord of Hanuman, the ultimate disciple. Sri Ram is also known
as Maryada Purushottam Ram because he is the epitome of righteousness. Lord Rama
is considered as the perfect man, due to the fact that he makes a perfect son, a
perfect husband, a perfect king and a perfect brother. Lord Rama is known by
many different names. This list contains 108 names of Lord Rama with their
meanings:Lord Rama is the one of the commonly worshipped gods of the Hindu
religion. Shri Ram is recognized as the seventh incarnation (Avatar) of Lord
Vishnu, the preserver of the Universe. Lord Ram is known for his virtues. Ram is
the great lord of Hanuman, the ultimate disciple. Sri Ram is also known as
Maryada Purushottam Ram because he is the epitome of righteousness. Lord Rama is
considered as the perfect man, due to the fact that he makes a perfect son, a
perfect husband, a perfect king and a perfect brother. Lord Rama is known by
many different names. This list contains 108 names of Lord Rama with their
meanings:
Name Meaning
Om Shri Ramaya Namaha The Giver of happiness
Om Ramabhadraya Namaha The Auspicious One
Om Ramachandraya Namaha Moon like Gentle
Om Shashvataya Namaha The ever-lasting one
Om Rajivalochanaya Namaha The Lotus-eyed
Om Shrimate Namaha The Abode of Lakshmi
Om Rajendraya Namaha The King of the Kings
Om Raghupungavaya Namaha The Scion of the Raghu dynasty
Om Janaki Vallabhaya Namaha The Consort of Janaki
Om Jaitraya Namaha The Triumphant
Om Jitamitraya Namaha The Conqueror of His Foes
Om Janardhanaya Namaha The Refuge of the people
Om Vishvamitra Priyaya Namaha The Beloved of Sage Vishvamitra
Om Dantaya Namaha The Unperturbed
Om Sharanatrana Tatparaya Namaha The One who is Determined To Protect His Devotees
Om Bali Pramathanaya Namaha The Slayer of Bali
Om Vagmine Namaha The Spokesman
Om Satyavache Namaha The Speaker Of Truth
Om Satyavikramaya Namaha The One who is Truthfully Powerful
Om Satyavrataya Namaha The One of truthful vows
Om Vratadharaya Namaha The One who is Practising Penance
Om Sada Hanumadashritaya Namaha The One who is always served by Hanuman
Om Kausaleyaya Namaha The Son of Kausalya
Om Kharadhvamsine Namaha The Slayer of the demon Khara
Om Viradha Vanapanditaya Namah The Slayer of the demon Viradha
Om Vibhishana Paritratre Namaha The Protector of Vibhishana
Om Kodanda Khandanaya Namaha The One who broke the mighty bow
Om Saptatala Prabhedre Namaha The One who Broke the Seven Tale Trees
Om Dashagriva Shiroharaya Namaha The Slayer Of Ten-Headed Ravana
Om Jamadagnya Mahadarpaya Namaha The destroyer of Jamadagni’s Son’s Arrogance
Om Tatakantakaya Namaha The Slayer of Tataka
Om Vedanta Saraya Namaha The Essence of Vedanta
Om Vedatmane Namaha The Spirit of the Vedas
Om Bhavarogasya Bheshajaya Namaha The Reliever Of Earthly Ailments
Om Dushanatri Shirohantre Namaha The Slayer Of Dooshanatrishira
Om Trigunatmakaya Namaha The Source of the three gunas
Om Trivikramaya Namaha The Conqueor Of The Three Worlds
Om Trilokatmane Namaha The Lord Of The Three Worlds
Om Punyacharitra Kirtanaya Namah The One whose story is a source of merit to those who sing it
Om Triloka Rakshakaya Namaha The Protector of the three worlds
Om Dhanvine Namaha The wielder of the bow
Om Dandakaranya Kartanaya Namaha The Dweller in the Dandaka forest
Om Ahalya Shapashamanaya Namaha The Reliever of Ahalya’s curse
Om Pitru Bhaktaya Namaha The Worshipper of father Dasaratha
Om Vara Pradaya Namaha The giver of boons
Om Jitendriyaya Namaha The Conqueror of the senses
Om Jitakrodhaya Namaha The Conqueror of anger
Om Jitamitraya Namaha The One who wins over friends
Om Jagad Gurave Namaha The Guru of the world
Om Riksha Vanara Sanghatine Namaha The Saviour Of Boars And Monkeys
Om Chitrakuta Samashrayaya Namaha The Lord who took refuge at Chitrakuta Hill
Om Jayanta Trana Varadaya Namaha The Lord who blessed Jayanta
Om Sumitra Putra Sevitaya Namaha The Lord who is served by Sumitra’s son (Lakshmana)
Om Sarva Devadhi Devaya Namaha The Lord of all the gods
Om Mritavanara Jivanaya Namaha The reviver of dead monkeys
Om Mayamaricha Hantre Namaha The Destroyer of the demon Maricha
Om Mahadevaya Namaha The Great Lord
Om Mahabhujaya Namaha The Lord of mighty arms
Om Sarvadeva Stutaya Namaha The Lord who is praised by all the gods
Om Saumyaya Namaha The Calm One
Om Brahmanyaya Namaha The Absolute Reality
Om Muni Samstutaya Namaha The Lord who is praised by sages
Om Mahayogine Namaha The Great Yogi
Om Mahadaraya Namaha The Noble One
Om Sugrivepsita Rajyadaye Namaha The Lord who returned the kingdom to Sugriva
Om Sarva Punyadhi Kaphalaya Namaha The Giver of fruits of pious work, good karmas
Om Smrita Sarvagha Nashanaya Namaha The Remover of all afflictions
Om Adipurushaya Namaha The Primal Being
Om Paramapurushaya Namaha The Supreme Being
Om Mahapurushaya Namaha The Great Being
Om Punyodayaya Namaha The Source of all blessings
Om Dayasaraya Namaha The Embodiment of compassion
Om Purana Purushottamaya Namaha The Most Ancient Person
Om Smita Vaktraya Namaha The One who smiling speaks
Om Mita Bhashine Namaha The One of moderate speech
Om Purva Bhashine Namaha The One who rarely speaks
Om Raghavaya Namaha The scion of the Raghu dynasty
Om Ananta Gunagambhiraya Namaha The Lord of infinite majestic qualities
Om Dhirodatta Gunottamaya Namaha The Lord of Valorous qualities
Om Maya Manusha Charitraya Namaha The Lord who incarnated as a man through His maya
Om Mahadevadi Pujitaya Namaha The Lord who is worshiped by Lord Shiva
Om Setukrite Namaha The builder of the bridge
Om Sarva Tirthamayaya Namaha The Lord who is the sum of all holy places
Om Haraye Namaha The Destroyer
Om Shyamangaya Namaha The Dark-complexioned One
Om Sundaraya Namaha The Beautiful One
Om Shooraya Namaha The Valiant
Om Pitavasase Namaha The Lord clad in yellow raiment
Om Dhanurdharaya Namaha The Bearer of the bow
Om Sarva Yajnadhipaya Namaha The Lord of sacrifice
Om Yajvine Namaha The Sacrificer
Om Jaramarana Varjitaya Namaha The Conqueror of birth and death
Om Vibhishana Pratishthatre Namaha The Lord who crowned Vibhishana on the throne
Om Sarvabharana Varjitaya Namaha The Lord who relinquished all adornment
Om Paramatmane Namaha The Supreme Self
Om Parabrahmane Namaha The Supreme Godhead
Om Sachidananda Vigrahaya Namaha The Form of Eternal Bliss
Om Parasmai Jyotishe Namaha The Supreme Light
Om Parasmai Dhamne Namaha The Supreme Abode
Om Parakashaya Namaha The Supreme Space
Om Paratparaya Namaha The Supreme beyond the highest
Om Pareshaya Namaha The Supreme Lord
Om Parakaya Namaha The Uplifter Of The Poor
Om Paraya Namaha The Supreme Being
Om Sarva Devatmakaya Namaha The Lord who is the Source of all gods
Om Parasmai Namaha The Supreme Lord

Names of Goddess Durga

Goddess Durga is the embodiment of the divine force of the
Almighty. The word Durga, in Sanskrit means “the invincible”. Durga Devi
represents power, strength, morality and protection. Maa Durga is the destroyer
of sin and protector of morality. Goddess Durga is also known as Shakti (Power).
Durga came into being, when Maha lakshmi, Maha Saraswati and Maha Kali
assimilated their powers. So, Durga is the ultimate power. Durga is the mother,
as well as the slayer of evils at the same time. Goddess Durga is known by 108
different names. It is believed that Maa Durga gets happy if, these names are
spoken with a dedicated heart. So, recite these names of Durga and make her
happy.
Names Meanings
Sati One who got burned alive
Saadhvi The Sanguine
Bhavaprita One who is loved by the universe
Bhavaani The abode of the universe
Bhavamochani The absolver of the universe
Aarya Goddess
Durga The Invincible
Jaya The Victorious
Aadya The Initial reality
Trinetra One who has three-eyes
Shooldharini One who holds a monodent
Pinaakadharini One who holds the trident of Shiva
Chitra The Picturesque
Chandaghanta One who has mighty bells
Mahatapa With severe penance
Manah Mind
Buddhi Intelligence
Ahankaara One with Pride
Chittarupa One who is in thought-state
Chita Death-bed
Chiti The thinking mind
Sarvamantramayi One who possess all the instruments of thought
Satta One who is above all
Satyanandasvarupini Form of Eternal bliss
Ananta One who is Infinite or beyond measure
Bhaavini The Beautiful Woman
Bhaavya Represents Future
Bhavya With Magnificence
Abhavya Improper or fear-causing
Sadagati Always in motion, bestowing Moksha (salvation)
Shaambhavi Consort of Shambhu
Devamata Mother Goddess
Chinta Tension
Ratnapriya Adorned or loved by jewels
Sarvavidya Knowledgeable
Dakshakanya Daughter of Daksha
Dakshayajñavinaashini Interrupter of the sacrifice of Daksha
Aparna One who doesnt eat even leaves while fasting
Anekavarna One who has many complexions
Paatala Red in color
Paatalavati Wearing red-color attire
Pattaambaraparidhaana Wearing a dress made of leather
Kalamanjiiraranjini Wearing a musical anklet
Ameyaa One who is beyond measure
Vikrama Violent
Krrooraa Brutal (on demons)
Sundari The Gorgeous
Sursundari Extremely Beautiful
Vandurga Goddess of forests
Maatangi Goddess of Matanga
Matangamunipujita Worshipped by Sage Matanga
Braahmi Power of God Brahma
Maaheshvari Power of Lord Mahesha (Shiva)
Aeindri Power of God Indra
Kaumaari The adolescent
Vaishnavi The invincible
Chaamunda Slayer of Chanda and Munda(demons)
Vaarahi One who rides on Varaah
Lakshmi Goddess of Wealth
Purushaakriti One who takes the form of a man
Vimalauttkarshini One who provides joy
Gyaana Full of Knowledge
Kriya One who is in action
Nitya The eternal one
Buddhida The bestower of wisdom
Bahula One who is in various forms
Bahulaprema One who is loved by all
Sarvavahanavahana One who rides all vehicles
NishumbhaShumbhaHanani Slayer of the demon-brothers Shumbha Nishumbha
MahishasuraMardini Slayer of the bull-demon Mahishaasura
MadhuKaitabhaHantri Slayer of the demon-duo Madhu and Kaitabha
ChandaMundaVinashini Destroyer of the ferocious asuras Chanda and Munda
Sarvasuravinasha Destroyer of all demons
Sarvadaanavaghaatini Possessing the power to kill all the demons
Sarvashaastramayi One who is deft in all theories
Satya The truth
Sarvaastradhaarini Possessor of all the missile weapons
Anekashastrahasta Possessor of many hand weapons
AnekastraDhaarini Possessor of many missile weapons
Komaari The beautiful adolescent
Ekakanya The girl child
Kaishori The adolescent
Yuvati The Woman
Yati Ascetic, one who renounces the world
Apraudha One who never gets old
Praudha One who is old
Vriddhamaata The old mother (loosely)
Balaprada The bestower of strength
Mahodari One who has huge belly which stores the universe
Muktakesha One who has open tresses
Ghorarupa Having a fierce outlook
Mahaabala Having immense strength
Agnijwaala One who is poignant like fire
Raudramukhi One who has a fierce face like destroyer Rudra
Kaalaratri Goddess who is black like night
Tapasvini one who is engaged in penance
Narayani The destructive aspect of Lord Narayana (Brahma)
Bhadrakaali Fierce form of Kali
Vishnumaya Spell of Lord Vishnu
Jalodari Abode of the ethereal universe
Shivadooti Ambassador of Lord Shiva
Karaali The Violent
Ananta The Infinite
Parameshvari The Ultimate Goddess
Katyayani One who is worshipped by sage Katyanan
Savitri Daughter of the Sun God Savitr
Pratyaksha One who is real
Brahmavaadini One who is present everywhere

108 Names of Mahalakshmi

Lakshmi is the goddess of beauty, wealth and good fortune in the
Hindu Mythology. Goddess Lakshmi is one of the most popular goddesses among the
Hindus. Maha Lakshmi is the divine consort of Lord Vishnu and assists him with
wealth for the maintenance of the universe. Lakshmi fulfills all the wishes of
her sincere devotees. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped to attain wealth, beauty and
good luck. A special worship of Goddess Lakshmi is sought on the night of Kartik
Amavasya. Lakshmi Devi is known by many names. Chanting of different names of
the goddess is considered as propitious. This list contains 108 names of Goddess
Lakshmi with their meanings:
Name Meaning
Prakruti Natural World
Vikruti Many-Sided Nature
Vidya Knowledge
Sarvabhootahitaprada Provider of Universal Facts
Shraddha Devotion
Vibhuti Prosperity
Surabhi Celestial Creature
Paramatmika Omnipresent
Vachi Eloquent Speaker
Padmalaya Sitting on the Lotus
Padma Lotus
Shuchi Personification of Purity
Swaha Shape of Swahadevi (Auspicious)
Swadha Shape of Swadhadevi (Inauspicious)
Sudha Amrut (Nectar)
Dhanya Embodiment of Gratitude
Hiranmayi Golden Appearance of Hirana (Dear)
Lakshmi Goddess of Wealth and Fortune
NityaPushta Gaining Strength Day By Day
Vibha Radiant
Aditi Bright like the Sun
Deetya One who Answers the Prayers
Deepta Flame-Like
Vasudha The Earth
Vasudharini Bearing burden of the Earth
Kamala Lotus
Kantha The Divine Consort of Vishnu
Kamakshi One with Attractive Eyes
Kamalasambhava Originating from the Lotus
Anugrahaprada Granter of Good Wishes
Buddhi Intelligence
Anagha The Sinless
Navadurga All Nine Forms of Durga
Harivallabhi The Devine Consort of Lord Hari
Ashoka Dispeller of Sorrows
Amrutha One who is like Amrut (Nectar)
Deepa With Radiance
Lakashokavinashini Remover of Universal Agonies
Dharmanilaya Creator of Eternal Law
Karuna Kindhearted
Lokamatri Mother of the Universe
Padmapriya The Lover of Lotus
Padmahasta Having Lotus-Like Hands
Padmakshya Lotus-eyed
Padmasundari Beautiful Like the Lotus
Padmodbhava One Who Emerged Out of the Lotus
Padmamukhi Lotus-Faced
Padmanabhapriya Beloved of Padmanabha
Ramaa Pleaser of the Lord
Padmamaladhara The Wearer of Lotus Garland
Devi The Goddess
Padmini Lotus
Padmagandhini Having the Aroma of Lotus
Punyagandha Having Divine Scent
Suprasanna Ever Glowing and Smiling
Prasadabhimukhi Emerging to Grant Boons
Prabha One who is Radiant like the Sun
Chandravadana Having Moon like Face
Chanda One who is cool like the Moon
Chandrasahodari Sister of the Moon
Chaturbhuja One having four arms
Chandrarupa Moon-Faced
Indira Radiant like the Sun
Indusheetala One who is cool like the Moon
Ahladajanani Source of Joy
Pushti Healthy
Shiva The Auspicious One
Shivakari Source of all auspicious things
Satya The Truthful
Vimala Pure, Chaste
Vishwajanani Mother of the Universe
Pushti Possesses All Wealth
Daridriyanashini One who removes poverty
Preeta Pushkarini One with lovely eyes
Shanta Peaceful
Shuklamalambara Wearer of White Garland
Bhaskari Radiant like the Sun
Bilvanilaya One who lives under Bilva tree
Vararoha Ready to Offer Boons
Yashaswini The Famous
Vasundhara Daughter of the Earth
Udaranga Endowed with a Beautiful Body
Harini Beautiful like Deer
Hemamalini Having Golden Garlands
Dhanadhanyaki Bestower of Wealth and Food grains
Siddhi Ever Ready to Protect
Straina Soumya Showering Goodness on Women
Shubhaprada Granter of Auspicious Things
Nrupaveshvagathananda Loves to Live in Palaces
Varalakshmi Granter of Bounty
Vasuprada Bestower of Wealth
Shubha One who is auspicious
Hiranyapraka Amidst Gold
Samudratanaya Beloved Daughter of the Ocean of Milk
Jaya The Goddess of Victory
Mangala Most Auspicious
Devi The Goddess
Vishnuvakshah Residing in Vishnu’s Chest
Vishnupatni The Consort of Vishnu
Prasannakshi With graceful eyes
Narayana Samashrita One who sought Refuge in Narayana
Daridriya Dhwamsini Destroyer of Poverty
Devi The Goddess
Sarvapadravanivarini Dispeller of all Distresses
Mahakali A Form of Kali
Brahma-Vishnu-Shivatmika Trinity of Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva
Trikala-dnyanasampanna Aware of all, the Past, Present and Future
Bhuvaneshwarya The Supreme Deity

32 Forms of Lord Ganesha

As with the 64 forms of Shiva, 32 forms of Ganapathi are recognized in the Agamic scriptures

1. Baala Ganapathi – Red colored image of a four armed Ganesha 

2. Dharuna Ganapathi – Red colored image of an eight armed Ganesha

3. Bhakti Ganapathi – Grey colored image of four armed Ganesha

4. Veera Ganapathi – Red colored image of 16 armed Ganapathi

5. Shakti Ganapathi – Red colored image of 4 armed Ganapathi, seated with his consort to his left

6. Dwija Ganapathi – White colored image of four-faced Ganesha with 4 arms

7. Siddhi Ganapathi – Golden colored image of four armed Ganapathi

8. Ucchishta Ganapathi – Blue colored image of six armed Ganapathi with his consort

9. Vigna Ganapathi – Gold colored image of eight armed Ganapathi

10. Kshipra Ganapathi – Red colored image of four armed Ganesha bearing a ratna kumbham

11. Heramba Ganapathi – Black colored image of ten-armed Ganesha with five faces, seated on a lion

12. Lakshmi Ganapathi – White colored image of eight-armed Ganesha with two consorts

13. Makara Ganapathi – Red colored image of Ganesha with a third eye, 10 arms, bearing a ratna kumbham, with his consort

14. Vijaya Ganapathi – Red colored image of 4 armed Ganesha on the mooshika mount

15. Nritta Ganapathi – Gold colored image of Ganesha in a dance posture

16. Urdhva Ganapathi – Gold colored image of six armed Ganesha with his consort

17. Ekakshara Ganapathi – Red colored image of Ganesha with a third eye, seated on a lotus

18. Vara Ganapathi – Red colored image of 4 armed Vinayaka with a third eye

19. Dhryakshara Ganapathi – Gold colored image of four-armed Vinayakar, decorated with Chaamara ear rings

20. Kshipraprasaada Ganapathi – Red colored image of six armed Ganapathi

21. Haridra Ganapathi – Yellow colored image of four armed Ganapathi

22. Ekadhanta Ganapathi – Blue colored image of four armed Ganapathi

23. Srishti Ganapathi – Red colored image of four armed Ganapathi seated on his mooshika mount

24. Utthanda Ganapathi – Red colored image of 10 armed Ganesha with his consort to his left

25. Ranamochana Ganapathi: Crystal image of four armed Vinayakar

26. Dundi Ganapathi – Four-armed image of Ganesha bearing a tusk, a garland, an axe and a gem studded vessel

27. Dwimukha Ganapathi – Red colored image of Ganesha with two faces and four arms

28. Trimukha Ganapathi – Red colored image of Ganesha with three faces and six arms seated on a golden lotus

29. Simha Ganapathi – White colored image of Ganesha with eight arms (with an arm bearing a lions face)

30. Yoga Ganapathi – Red colored image of Ganesha in the posture of a yogi

31. Durga Ganapathi – Red colored image of Ganesha with eight arms

32. Sankatahara Ganapathi – Red colored image of four armed Ganesha clothed in blue, seated on a lotus peetham with his consort to his left

http://www.ssso.net/ganesha/32-forms.htm

Consorts of Ganesha

The marital status of Ganesha varies widely in mythological stories and the issue has been the subject of considerable scholarly review.[1] Several patterns of associations with different consorts are identifiable. One pattern of myths identifies Ganesha as an unmarried brahmacarin with no consorts. Another pattern associates him with the concepts of Buddhi (intellect), Siddhi (spiritual power), and Riddhi (prosperity); these qualities are sometimes personified as goddesses who are considered to be Ganesha’s wives.[2] Another pattern connects Ganesha with the goddess of culture and the arts, Sarasvati, and the goddess of luck and prosperity, Lakshmi.[3] In the Bengal region he is linked with the banana tree, Kala Bo.[4] He also may be shown with a single consort or a nameless servant (Sanskrit: dasi).[5]

Some of the differences between these patterns can be understood by looking at regional variations across India, the time periods in which the patterns are found, and the traditions in which the beliefs are held. Some differences pertain to the preferred meditation form used by the devotee, with many different traditional forms ranging from Ganesha as a young boy (Sanskrit: बालगणपति; balaganapati) to Ganesha as a Tantric deity.[6][7]

UNMARRIED

According to one tradition, Ganesha was a brahmacarin, that is, unmarried.[8] This pattern is primarily popular in southern India.[9] This tradition was linked to Hindu concepts of the relationship between celibacy and the development of spiritual power.[10] Bhaskaraya alludes to the tradition in which Ganesha was considered to be a lifelong bachelor in his commentary on the Ganesha Purana version of the Ganesha Sahasranama, which includes the name Abhiru (verse 9a).[11] In his commentary on this verse Bhaskaraya says the name Abhiru means “without a woman,” but the term can also mean “not fearful.”[12]

BUDHI, RIDDHI AND SIDDHI

The Ganesha Purana and the Mudgala Purana contain descriptions of Ganesha flanked by Siddhi and Buddhi.[14] In these two Puranas they appear as an intrinsic part of Ganapati[15] and according to Thapan[16] do not require any special rituals associated with shakti worship. In Chapter I.18.24-39 of the Ganesha Purana, Brahma performs worship in honor of Ganesha, and during it Ganesha himself causes Buddhi and Siddhi to appear so that Brahma can offer them back to Ganesha. Ganesha accepts them as offerings.[17] In Ganesha Purana I.65.10-12 there is a variant of this incident, in which various gods are giving presents to Ganesha, but in this case Siddhi and Buddhi are born from Brahma’s mind and are given by Brahma to Ganesha.[18]

The Ganesha Temple at Morgaon is the central shrine for the regional aṣṭavinayaka complex. The most sacred area within the Moragaon temple is the sanctum (garbhagrha), a small enclosure containing an image of Ganesha. To the right and left sides of the image stand Siddhi and Buddhi.[19] In northern India the two female figures are said to be Siddhi and Riddhi. There is no Purāṇic evidence for the pair, but the pairing parallels those of Buddhi and Siddhi in Shiva Purana and Riddhi and Buddhi from Matsya Purana.[20]

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Sri Nrisimha Pranama

(sung after arati)

namas te narasimhaya
prahladahlada-dayine
hiranyakashipor vakshah
shila-tanka-nakhalaye

ito nshimhah parato nrisimho
yato yato yami tato nrisimhah
bahir nrisimho hridaye nrisimho
nrisimham adim sharanam prapadye

I offer my obeisances to Lord Nrisimha-deva, who is always giving bliss to His devotees like Prahlada Maharaja and chiselling at the hearts of demons like Hiranyakashipu. The devotee always sees Lord Nrisimha everywhere. Lord Nrisimha is within and without. Therefore let us all take shelter of Lord Nrisimha.

Prayer to Lord Nrisimha

 

tava kara-kamala-vare nakham adbhuta-sringham
dalita-hiranyakashipu-tanu-bhringam
keshava dhrita-narahari-rupa jaya jagadisha hare

O my Lord Nrisimha, Your hands are very beautiful like the lotus flower, but with Your long nails You have ripped apart the wasp Hiranyakashipu. Unto You, Lord of the universe, I offer my humble obeisances.

 

 

Names of the 12 Adityas

The Adityas are children of Aditi, the Mother of Gods. They are solar
deities who reside in heavenly regions and personify various natural
phenomena.

The Adityas represent light, of whom Surya (Sun) is the most
prominent.

Names of the 12 Adityas are :

Mitra, Varuna, Aryaman, Daksha, Bhaga, Amsa, Tvastr, Savitr, Pusan,
Sakra, Vivasvat and Visnu.



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  • arjun: sir please help me I cannot talk to any girl I'm not frank and I am very afraid of doing things I think what the world will think I don't have confide
  • Narasimhaye: I meant do Puja , not pika sorry.