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108 Names of Goddess Lakshmi श्रीलक्ष्म्यष्टोत्तरशत नामावलिः

hindu goddess laxmi, Lakshmi

108 Names of Goddess Lakshmi (English & Sanskrit)

Prakruti - Nature
Vikruti - Multi-Faceted Nature
Vidya - Wisdom
Sarvabhootahitaprada - Granter of Universal Niceties
Shraddha - Devoted
Vibhuti - Wealth
Surabhi - Celestial Being
Paramatmika - Omnipresence
Vachi - Nectar-Like Speech
Padmalaya - Residing On The Lotus
Padma – Lotus
Shuchi - Embodiment of Purity
Swaha - Shape of Swahadevi(Auspicious)
Swadha - Shape of Swadhadevi(Inauspicious)
Sudha - Nectar
Dhanya - Personification of Gratitude
Hiranmayi - Golden Appearance
Lakshmi - Goddess of Wealth
NityaPushta - Gaining strength Day By Day
Vibha - Radiant
Aditi - Radiant Like The Sun
Deetya - Answer Of Prayers
Deepta - Flame-Like
Vasudha - Earth
Vasudharini - Bearing the the Burden of Earth
Kamala - Lotus
Kantha - Consort of Vishnu
Kamakshi - One with Attractive Eyes
Kamalasambhava - Emanating from the Lotus
Anugrahaprada - Granter of Good Wishes
Buddhi - Wisdom
Anagha - Sinless
Navadurga - All Nine Forms of Durga
Harivallabhi - Consort of Lord Hari
Ashoka - Dispeller of Sorrows
Amrutha - Nectar
Deepa - Radiant
Lakashokavinashini - Remover of Universal Agonies
Dharmanilaya - Establisher of Eternal Law
Karuna - Compassionate
Lokamatri - Mother of the Universe
Padmapriya - 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 - Wearer of Lotus Garland
Devi - Goddess
Padmini - Lotus
Padmagandhini - Having the Fragrance of Lotus
Punyagandha - Having Divine Perfume
Suprasanna - Ever Cheerful and Beaming
Prasadabhimukhi - Emerging to Grant Boons
Prabha - Radiant Like the Sun
Chandravadana - Moon-Faced
Chanda - Cool Like the moon
Chandrasahodari - Sister of the Moon
Chaturbhuja - with four arms
Chandrarupa - Moon-Faced
Indira - Radiant like the Sun
Indusheetala - Cool like the Moon
Ahladajanani - Source of Happiness
Pushti - Healthy
Shiva - Auspicious
Shivakari - Source of Auspicious Things
Satya - All Truth
Vimala - Pure
Vishwajanani - Mother of the Universe
Pushti - Possessor of All Wealth
Daridriyanashini - Remover of Poverty
Preeta Pushkarini - One with Pleasing Eyes
Shanta - Full with peace or Calm
Shuklamalambara - Wearer of White Garland and Attire
Bhaskari - Radiant like the Sun
Bilvanilaya - Resider Under Bilva Tree
Vararoha - Ready to Offer Boons
Yashaswini - Reputed
Vasundhara - Daughter of the Earth
Udaranga - Endowed with a Beautiful Body
Harini - Deer-Like
Hemamalini - Having Golden Garlands
Dhanadhanyaki - Bestower of Wealth and Foodgrains
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 - Auspicious
Hiranyapraka - Amidst Gold
Samudratanaya - Beloved Daughter of the Ocean of Milk
Jaya - Goddess of Victory
Mangala - Most Auspicious
Devi - The Deity
Vishnuvakshah - Residing in Vishnu's Chect
Vishnupatni - Consort of Vishnu
Prasannakshi - Lively-Eyed
Narayana Samashrita - Sought Refuge in Narayana
Daridriya Dhwamsini - Destroyer of Poverty
Devi - Goddess
Sarvapadravanivarini - Dispeller of all Distresses
Mahakali - A Form of Kali
Brahma-Vishnu-Shivatmika - Trinity of Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva
Trikala-dnyanasampanna - Aware of all 3 -the Past, Present and Future
Bhuvaneshwarya - Supreme Deity

श्रीलक्ष्म्यष्टोत्तरशत नामावलिः

ॐ प्रकृत्यै नमः ।

ॐ विकृत्यै नमः ।

ॐ विद्यायै नमः ।

ॐ सर्वभूतहितप्रदायै नमः ।

ॐ श्रद्धायै नमः ।

ॐ विभूत्यै नमः ।

ॐ सुरभ्यै नमः ।

ॐ परमात्मिकायै नमः ।

ॐ वाचे नमः ।

ॐ पद्मालयायै नमः ।

ॐ पद्मायै नमः ।

ॐ शुचये नमः ।

ॐ स्वाहायै नमः ।

ॐ स्वधायै नमः ।

ॐ सुधायै नमः ।

ॐ धन्यायै नमः ।

ॐ हिरण्मय्यै नमः ।

ॐ लक्ष्म्यै नमः ।

ॐ नित्यपुष्टायै नमः ।

ॐ विभावर्यै नमः ।

ॐ अदित्यै नमः ।

ॐ दित्ये नमः ।

ॐ दीपायै नमः ।

ॐ वसुधायै नमः ।

ॐ वसुधारिण्यै नमः ।

ॐ कमलायै नमः ।

ॐ कान्तायै नमः ।

ॐ कामाक्ष्यै नमः ।

ॐ क्रोधसंभवायै नमः ।

ॐ अनुग्रहप्रदायै नमः ।

ॐ बुद्धये नमः ।

ॐ अनघायै नमः ।

ॐ हरिवल्लभायै नमः ।

ॐ अशोकायै नमः ।

ॐ अमृतायै नमः ।

ॐ दीप्तायै नमः ।

ॐ लोकशोकविनाशिन्यै नमः ।

ॐ धर्मनिलयायै नमः ।

ॐ करुणायै नमः ।

ॐ लोकमात्रे नमः ।

ॐ पद्मप्रियायै नमः ।

ॐ पद्महस्तायै नमः ।

ॐ पद्माक्ष्यै नमः ।

ॐ पद्मसुन्दर्यै नमः ।

ॐ पद्मोद्भवायै नमः ।

ॐ पद्ममुख्यै नमः ।

ॐ पद्मनाभप्रियायै नमः ।

ॐ रमायै नमः ।

ॐ पद्ममालाधरायै नमः ।

ॐ देव्यै नमः ।

ॐ पद्मिन्यै नमः ।

ॐ पद्मगन्धिन्यै नमः ।

ॐ पुण्यगन्धायै नमः ।

ॐ सुप्रसन्नायै नमः ।

ॐ प्रसादाभिमुख्यै नमः ।

ॐ प्रभायै नमः ।

ॐ चन्द्रवदनायै नमः ।

ॐ चन्द्रायै नमः ।

ॐ चन्द्रसहोदर्यै नमः ।

ॐ चतुर्भुजायै नमः ।

ॐ चन्द्ररूपायै नमः ।

ॐ इन्दिरायै नमः ।

ॐ इन्दुशीतलायै नमः ।

ॐ आह्लादजनन्यै नमः ।

ॐ पुष्टयै नमः ।

ॐ शिवायै नमः ।

ॐ शिवकर्यै नमः ।

ॐ सत्यै नमः ।

ॐ विमलायै नमः ।

ॐ विश्वजनन्यै नमः ।

ॐ तुष्टयै नमः ।

ॐ दारिद्र्यनाशिन्यै नमः ।

ॐ प्रीतिपुष्करिण्यै नमः ।

ॐ शान्तायै नमः ।

ॐ शुक्लमाल्यांबरायै नमः ।

ॐ श्रियै नमः ।

ॐ भास्कर्यै नमः ।

ॐ बिल्वनिलयायै नमः ।

ॐ वरारोहायै नमः ।

ॐ यशस्विन्यै नमः ।

ॐ वसुन्धरायै नमः ।

ॐ उदारांगायै नमः ।

ॐ हरिण्यै नमः ।

ॐ हेममालिन्यै नमः ।

ॐ धनधान्यकर्ये नमः ।

ॐ सिद्धये नमः ।

ॐ स्त्रैणसौम्यायै नमः ।

ॐ शुभप्रदाये नमः ।

ॐ नृपवेश्मगतानन्दायै नमः ।

ॐ वरलक्ष्म्यै नमः ।

ॐ वसुप्रदायै नमः ।

ॐ शुभायै नमः ।

ॐ हिरण्यप्राकारायै नमः ।

ॐ समुद्रतनयायै नमः ।

ॐ जयायै नमः ।

ॐ मंगळा देव्यै नमः ।

ॐ विष्णुवक्षस्स्थलस्थितायै नमः ।

ॐ विष्णुपत्न्यै नमः ।

ॐ प्रसन्नाक्ष्यै नमः ।

ॐ नारायणसमाश्रितायै नमः ।

ॐ दारिद्र्यध्वंसिन्यै नमः ।

ॐ देव्यै नमः ।

ॐ सर्वोपद्रव वारिण्यै नमः ।

ॐ नवदुर्गायै नमः ।

ॐ महाकाल्यै नमः ।

ॐ ब्रह्माविष्णुशिवात्मिकायै नमः ।

ॐ त्रिकालज्ञानसंपन्नायै नमः ।

ॐ भुवनेश्वर्यै नमः ।

॥ इति श्रीलक्ष्म्यष्टोत्तरशत नामावलिः ॥

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Pitra Tarpan Mantras – Offer Water to Departed Soul

TARPAN MANTRAS Awahan: First invite (call) your ancestor’s spirit by praying (fold your hand) through this mantra: “Om Aagachchantu Me Pitar Emam Grihanantu Jalaanjalim.” Tarpan (offer Water)
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Durga Puja Samagri (Items) - Checklist

Durga Puja Samagri List

1. Deity (statue/photo), Chunari, Shringaar items 
2. Two big lamps (with wicks, oil/ghee), 
3. Matchbox, Agarbatti 
4. Karpoor, Gandha Powder, Kumkum, gopichandan, haldi 
5. Sri Mudra (for Sandhyaavandan), Vessel for Tirtha, Yajnopavita , Roli, Moli(Kaleva)
6. Puja Conchshell, Bell, One aarati (for Karpoor), Two Aaratis with wicks
7. Flowers, Akshata (in a container), tulsi leaves
8. Decorated Copper or Silver or other Kalasha, Two pieces of red cloth (new),
9. Coconut, 1/2 kg. Rice, Bananas 6, gold coin, gold chain
10. Extra Kalasha, 3 trays, 3 vessels for Abhisheka 
11. Beetlenuts 6, Beetlenut Leaves 12, Banana Leaves 2, Mango Leaves 5-25
12. Dry Fruits, 5 bananas, 1 coconut - all for naivedya
13. Panchaamrita - Milk, Curd, Honey, Ghee, Sugar, Ganga Jal 
14. Puja Book,containing Aarti, Stotra, Chalisa, Stuti etc. 
15. Red flowers and red flower malas.
16. Also fruits and prasad as far as possible 21 varieties.
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The first day of Navratra is called Ghatasthapana, which literally means pot establishing. On this day the kalash, (holy water vessel) symbolising Goddess Durga often with her image embossed on the side is placed in the prayer room. The kalash is filled with holy water and covered with cowdung on to which seeds are sown. A small rectangular sand block is made and the kalash is put in the centre. The surrounding bed of sand is also seeded with grains.


The Ghatasthapana ritual is performed at a certain auspicious moment determined by the pundits. At that particular moment the priest intones a welcome, requesting goddess Durga to bless the vessel with Her presence. At several places there is a tradition of sowing bar…