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Devaki Mother of Krishna

Devaki Mother of Krishna

According to Hindu mythology, Devaki is a mother goddess mentioned in the Puranic literature and epic. She is the wife of mythological King Vasudeva. She had eight children and including being the bio...
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Goddess Anjana

Goddess Anjana is one of popular personality in the Ramayana and is the mother of Lord Hanuman who is considered as the god of monkeys. According to the Hindu mythology, goddess Anjana was a beautiful...
Goddess Padmavati

Goddess Padmavati

Goddess Padmavati is a protective goddess and enjoys an independent religious life. She is very popular among the Jains. As per Digambara tradition, goddess Padmavati and her husband Dharanendra have ...
Goddess Usha

Goddess Usha

In Sanskrit language Usha means Dawn. Usha is a deity who according to Rig Veda personifies the charm of dawn. Goddess Usha is considered as the Goddess of Dawn according to Hindu mythology. She is al...
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Goddess Aditi

It is believed that before the creation, universe was to be held inside the womb of Goddess Aditi. Goddess Aditi is perceived as unity of all things and also the cause of all unity being the mother of...
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Goddess Annapurna

Goddess Annapurna is one of the incarnation of Goddess Parvati who is the wife of Lord Shiva. Annapurna is the Hindu Goddess of nourishment and giver of foodIn the name Annapurna, Anna means food or g...
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Vishno Devi

In Hindu mythology, Mata Vishno Devi is a manifestation of Goddess Durga and is also popular as Vaishnavi and Mata Rani. It is believed that Mata Vaishno Devi was born in South India to Ratnakar Sagar...
Santoshi Mata

Santoshi Mata

Santoshi Mata is an emblem if love, forgiveness, hope and happiness. She inspires her devotees to cherish family values and helps to come out of critical situations and crisis with determination. She ...
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Maa Ganga

According to the mythology of Hinduism, river Ganga is considered to be sacred and is as Hindu Maa Ganga. It is a strong belief by the Hindus that having a bath in this holy river will cause remission...
Yamuna Maa

Yamuna Maa

In the Northern part of India Yamuna River is the largest tributary of the Ganges. As per Hindu mythology it is considered as the most sacred among all the rivers. Before merging with the Ganges locat...
Maa Siddhidatri

Maa Siddhidatri

Among the nine manifestation of Goddess Durga Maa Siddhidatri is greatly worshipped on the ninth day of Navaratri. Siddhi means perfection and Datri means giver; so Goddess Siddhidatri is the one who ...
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Goddess Mahagauri

The auspicious occasion of Durga Puja festival consists of worshiping all the nine forms of Goddess Durga in nine separate days. Each day is dedicated to respective forms of Goddess Durga. Maha Gauri ...
Maa Kalratri

Maa Kalratri

Maa Kalratri is the seventh form amongst the nine forms of Hindu Goddess Durga. The most violent form of Goddess Parvati is worshipped during the nine nights of Navaratri celebrations. The word Kaal ...
Maa Skand

Skanda Mata

The auspicious occasion of Goddess Durga Puja lasts for nine days where all the nine forms of Goddess Durga known as Nava Durga are being worshipped.These nine days of Puja is collectively known as Na...
Maa Kushmanda

Maa Kushmanda

According to the series of the worship of nine forms of Maa Durga in Navaratri, Maa Kushmanda is worshipped on the fourth day during Durga Puja. She is known to be the fourth manifestation of Goddess ...
Maa Katyayani

Maa Katyayani

The nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped during the days of Navaratri Puja. Devi Katyayani is the sixth manifestation of Goddess Durga and the most prominent deities among all other nine forms o...
Goddess Brahmacharini

Goddess Brahmacharini

On the second day of Navaratri Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped. She is the second manifestation of Goddess Durga. The word Brahm means Tapa and Charini means one who performs Tapa or penance so Br...
Chandraghanta

Chandraghanta

The auspicious festival of Navaratri is specially performed to worship the nine forms of Durga known as NavaDurga. According to the belief oh Hindu mythology, Goddess Durga manifested herself into nin...
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Goddess Shailputri

Goddess Shailputri is the first aspect of Goddess Durga. She is best known to be the Goddess of Inspiration and Nature. Navaratri Puja begins with the Puja of Goddess Shailputri. She has been given th...
Maa Bhadrakali

Maa Bhadrakali

Maa Bhadrakali is a quite ancient mythological deity. The entire Indian tantra literature is full of prayers and hymns for mother. Bhadra means blessed or auspicious, kali has many meanings such as re...
Goddess Aarya

Goddess Aarya

The name is derived from the Sanskrit element arya which means 'of noble birth, of a noble lord' as a noun, and 'respectable, honorable' as an adjective. Goddess Aarya in another name for parvati devi...