List of Hindu Goddess names with meaning

List of Hindu Goddess names with meaning Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Sri Lakshmi Devi, Sri Saraswati Devi and Sri Parvati Devi blessings to you and your family! Hinduism or Sanatana Dharma is so old, that no one knows since how many years Sanatana Dharma is existing. Sanatana Dharma means a Dharma which is eternal and also it is the original name for Hinduism used alongside the more common Hindu Dharma. For every God starting from Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva (Lord Shiva), etc. all have their consorts since the grand unknown time. No one exactly knows the exact date and time frame of their marriages. We need to be highly proud to be born in this unique and greatest Dharma called Sanatana Dharma. No other Dharma has privilege of such a long and grand time frame. Now, let us know a long list of Hindu Goddesses names with meaning. List of Hindu Goddess names with meaning: Lakshmi : Lakshmi Devi is...
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List of Ashta Vasus names (unknown facts) (Purushottama masam relationship)

List of Ashta Vasus names (unknown facts) (Purushottama masam relationship)

List of Ashta Vasus names (unknown facts) (Purushottama masam relationship) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! First let us know the meaning of the word 'Ashta Vasu': Ashta Vasu = Ashta + Vasu = Eight + Vasu (a group of Devatas). Vasus are a class of Vedic Devatas / deities and they are eight in number and thus they are known as 'Ashta Vasus'. These are the elemental Devatas / Demigods who are associated with Indra Deva (Lord of Svarga / Heaven). Ashta Vasus represent the basic aspects of nature, that is, cosmic natural phenomenon and they are as given below: Prithvi / Earth Agi / Fire Jala / Water Vayu / Wind Akasha / space / sky Surya / Sun Chandra / Moon  Nakshatras / Stars All the names of the 'Ashta Vasus' differ in their nomenclature names in various grantas / sacred texts and puranas.  There is no similarity in the list of the names. This could be because, they are the same set known...
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Which deities are associated with human body parts (Tatvabhimani / Abhimani) Devatas)

Which deities are associated with human body parts (Tatvabhimani / Abhimani) Devatas)

Which deities are associated with human body parts (Tatvabhimani / Abhimani Devatas) Namaste friends, how are you doing? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! We all should be aware of which Devata / Deity / Demigod is associated and controls our body. These Devatas / Deities / Demigods are known as Tatvabhimani Devatas (Demigods) or simply Abhimani Devatas / Devatas. The main controller of our whole body (including the unlimited universes / multiverses) is Sri Hari / Sri Rama / Sri Krishna. Sri Hari / Sri Rama / Sri Krishna is completely independent and doesn't need anyone's support or help or permission. He is called "sarva svatantra", means completely independent. Second most controller is Sri Mahalakshmi Devi. But Sri Mahalakshmi Devi is completely dependent on Sri Hari / Sri Rama / Sri Krishna. Third most controller is Sri Brahma Deva and Sri Mukhya Praana Deva (He will become next Sri Brahma Deva in the next Maha Kalpa). Sri Brahma Deva and Sri Mukhya Praana Deva is...
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What are Hindu Gods and Goddesses weapons names

What are Hindu Gods and Goddesses weapons names

What are Hindu Gods and Goddesses weapons names Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! Hindu Gods and Goddesses always will be having one or more weapons in their hands. Starting from Bhagavan Sri Vishnu all other Devatas / Demigods also hold various types of weapons in their hands. These weapons showcase the greatness of the Hinduism. Hinduism is highly tolerant Dharma, but if someone wants to disturb the integrity of Sanatana Dharma, then either Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and / or other Devatas(s) will take avatar on this earth and will completely destroy the 'adharmis' and again Dharma is reestablished on this earth. Same thing is happened in all the avatars of Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and other Devatas. Now, let us move forward and let us know the various kinds of divine weapons that are been used by Hindu Gods and Goddesses: भगवान विष्णु (Bhagavan Vishnu) सुदर्शन चक्र (Sudarshana Chakra) पांचजन्य शंख (Panchajanya shankha) कौमोदकी गदा (Koumodaki gada) शाराज्ञा धनुष (Shaargna...
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What are the Hindu Gods and Goddesses names

What are the Hindu Gods and Goddesses names

What are the Hindu Gods and Goddesses names Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! We should always remember that there is only Bhagavan / God and all others are Devatas / Demigods: Bhagavan / God is Sri Vishnu / Sri Hari / Sri Narayana / Sri Rama / Sri Krishna - He has unlimited names. And all others are Devatas / Demigods. From Bhagavan Sri Vishnu, Sri Brahma Deva is born. From Sri Brahma Deva's 'manasa' (Divine mind), many divine Devatas are born including Lord Shiva. In every Kalpa a new Brahma Deva, a new Rudra Deva, a new Indra Deva is born. Similarly all the other Devatas are also born. Only Bhagavan Sri Vishnu is present since the 'aadi kalam' (Grand unknown time) and will stay until the 'ananta kalam' (Grand infinite time). Let us know the names of all of them: Sri Hari / Sri Vishnu / Sri Narayana and his consort name is Sri...
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Why do Hindu Gods give boon to demons / rakshas

Why do Hindu Gods give boon to demons / rakshas

Why do Hindu Gods give boon to demons / rakshas Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to your and your family! We always hear that Devatas / Demigods like Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva and others give boon / vara to rakshasa. But why this happens? Why do Devatas / Demigods like Sri Brahma, Sri Rudra Deva and others give boon / vara to rakshasa. Rakshasa do tapas, they get boon / aashivaada / vara from the Devatas, again these rakshasas cause problems to the common people. But why this happens, again and again? We should always remember for Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva and other Devatas we all are same, means as per our knowledge or qualities, the Devatas will give us aashirvaada / vara. This means, as per the Karmas done by these rakshasas - Sri Brahma Deva, Sri Rudra Deva and other Devatas will give aashirvaada / vara. But why the Devatas give the aashirvaada / vara -...
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Hindu Guardians of directions (Ashtadikpalakas) (Vastu shastra for constructing a new house)

Hindu Guardians of directions (Ashtadikpalakas) (Vastu shastra for constructing a new house)

Hindu Guardians of directions (Ashtadikpalakas) (Vastu shastra for constructing a new house) Namaste friends, how are you doing today? Bhagavan Sri Vishnu blessings to you and your family! According to Hindu Sanatana Dharma, there are ten dishas / directions, and each disha (directions) has a deity attached to it and those deities are known as Dikpalakas / Dikpals. Our (Sanatana Dharma) ancestors were very clearly knowing about the technicality of the existing of the Gods in each directions, that is: Of North-East (ईशान्य) - Ishanya (God of Knowledge and Wealth, Form of Shiva).  Similarly of East (पूर्व) - Indra (King of Gods, God of Rain), North (उत्तर) - Kubera (God of Wealth, Treasurer of Gods), West (पश्चिम) - Varuna (God of Ocean), South (दक्षिण) - Yama (God of Death). Also of Northwest (वायव्य) - Vayu (God of Wind), Southeast (आग्नेय) - Agni (God of Fire), Southwest (नैरुत्या) - Nairutya (Goddess of Bad Luck and Sorrow), Upward (ऊर्ध्व) - Brahma (Creator God), Downward (अधः) - Vishnu (Protector God). In...
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