Goddess Names K

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Kaikara Kali Attahasayuta (laughing loudly) Balidanapriya (fond of animal sacrifice) Bhadra Kali (adamantine) Bhadrakali Vilakshi Kamadatri (giving desires) Bhairavabhavini Bhavananta Sarasvataprada (bestower of eloquence) Bhavani Bhavatarini (redeemer of the universe) Bhayanaka (giving fear) Bhima Chandi Bhimanadini (sounding terrifying) Bhurbhuvasvahsvarupini (true form of Bhurbhuvahsvar) Cchinnajata Jatajutavilasini Sarvarajayutabhima Sarvarajoparisthata Shmashanstha (dwelling in the cremation ground) Chamunda Chaturvargaprada (giver of the four aims) Daksina Kali (remover of the fear of death) Danavendraprapujita (worshipped by Danavas) Devi Khadgahasta (holding a cleaver) Dukhadaridyanashini (destroyer of unhappiness and poverty) Garbha (the womb) Gauri (golden one) Gayatri Savitri Mahanilasarasvati Lakshmirlakshanasamyukta (showing all the signs of Lakshmi) Guhya Kali (secret) Jagadamba (world mother) Jagadanandakarini (cause of bliss in the world) Jagadvighnasini (destroyer of world obstacles) Jaganmata (mother of the world) Jaganmayi (consisting of the world) Jagatsara (essence of the world) Kadamba-pushpamalini (wearing a garland of kadamba flowers) Kadamba-pushpasantosa (taking delight in the kadamba flowers) Kadambari-panarata (who drinks the kadamba flower wine) Kadambari-priya (excited and pleased with the kadamba wine) Kadamba-vanasamcara (wanderer in the kadamba forest) Kadamba-vanavasini (who lives in the kadamba forest) Kadambini (dark as a bank of rain-clouds) Kaladhara (bearer of the crescent moon and all female energy) Kalahamsa-gati (moving and swaying as a swan) Kalakantaka-ghatini (destructress of the fear of death) Kalakanthi (with a soft and deep-throated voice) Kalakarshini (conqueror and/or destroyer of time) Kalamanjira-carana (whose toe-bells sound sweet melodies) Kalamata (mother and destructress of time) Kalanada-ninadini (sweet as the chakravaka bird) Kalanala-samadyuti (brilliant as the fires of the final dissolution) Kalaratri (black night) Kalatmika (self of kalas) Kalavati (possessor of all the arts) Kali Kalaratrisvarupini (true form of the night of time) Kali Ma (mother of karma) Kali Mahamaya (the great sorceress) Kali Nath Kalidarpaghni (destructress of pride) Kalika (devourer of him who devours [Shiva]) Kalikalmasa-nasini (destructress of Evil) Kalikamata (black earth-mother) Kalpalata (creeper who provides every desire) Kalyani (bestower of peace and happiness) Kamabija-japananda (excited to hear 'klim' [mantra of sexual union]) Kamabija-svarupini (embodiment of the mantra 'klim') Kamala (who enjoys and is herself enjoyed) Kamalalaya-madhyastha (abiding in the center of the lotus) Kamalamoda-modini (pleased and intoxicated by the scent of lotus) Kamalasana-santushta (lover of the lotus flower) Kamalasana-vasini (delighted to be seated within the lotus) Kamaniya (beautiful one) Kamaniya-gunaradhya (adorable image of all tenderness) Kamaniya-vibhushana (beauty is thy ornament) Kamapasa-vimocini (liberator from the bonds of desire) Kamapitha-vilasini (playing at the Kamakhya Pitha) Kamarupa (in the form of desire) Kamarupa-kritavasa (who lives in the place of sexual desire) Kamarupini (assuming any form she desires) Kamkalamalya-dharini (wearing a garland of bones) Kancanacala-kaumudi (shining moon-beam on the mountain of gold) Kancanadri-kritagara (residing in the golden mountain [Meru]) Kantukini (joyous one) Kapalapatra-nirata (drinking from a skull-cup) Kapali (wearer of skulls) Kapalini Kurukulla Viprachitta Kantachitta Madonmada (drunk with desire) Kapardini (lover of him with the matted hair [Shiva]) Kapardisha-kripanvita (kind and devoted to him with the matted hair [Shiva]) Kapila (tawny-colored one) Karalasya (thou of formidable countenance with teeth like fangs) Karali (frightening) Karanamrita-santosha (pleased with the nectar of purified wine) Karanananda-japeshta (deity of those who worship with wine) Karanananda-siddhida (giver of success to those who enjoy wine) Karanarcana-harshita (glad to be worshipped with purified wine) Karanarnava-sammagma (immersed in an ocean of wine) Karanavrata-palini (protecting those who perform ritual with wine) Karpura-candanakshita (body painted with camphor and sandal paste) Karpura-karanahlada (pleased with purified wine flavored with camphor) Karpura-malabharana (adorned with garlands of camphor) Karpuramoda-modita (whom the scent of camphor gladdens) Karpuramrita-payini (drinker of nectar flavored with camphor) Karpura-sagaralaya (at home in the ocean of camphor) Karpura-sagarasnata (bathing in the ocean of camphor) Karunamrita-sagara (ocean of the nectar of compassion) Kashtahartri (allayer of all suffering) Kasishvara-dayini (giver of blessings to the Lord of Varanasi [Shiva]) Kasishvara-kritamoda (giver of pleasures to the Lord of Varanasi) Kasishvara-manorama (beloved of Shiva who overwhelms his mind) Kasishvari (Queen of the Sacred City [Varanasi]) Kasturi-bhojanaprita (who is pleased to eat musk of the musk deer) Kasturi-dahajanani (mother of those who burn musk as incense) Kasturim-rigatoshini (who is fond of the musk deer) Kasturi-pujakapriya (loving those who worship her with musk) Kasturi-pujanarata (excited by worship with musk) Kasturi-saurabhamoda (gladdened by the scent of musk) Kasturi-tilakojjvala (luminous one with a mark of musk on her forehead) Kaulika-priyakarini (benefactress of the Kula) Kaulika-radhya (adored by Kula Tantrics) Kausiki Kishori (thou who art ever youthful) Klaibyanasini (destroying all fears) Komalamgi (delicate and tender-bodied) Kottavei Kripadhara (vessel of compassion) Kripagama (attainable only by her compassion) Kripamayi (truly merciful) Kripapara (whose mercy is without limit) Krishanu (thou art fire) Krishna (black of hue as is Krishna) Krishnananda-vivardhini (who increases joy and bliss of Krishna) Krishodari (slender of waist) Kulacara (observant of the Kulacara) Kulakamini (Lady of the Kula) Kulamarga-pradarshini (revealing the Kula-Path to seekers) Kulina (embodiment of the Kula teachings) Kulinarti-nasini (destructress of the Kula's afflictions) Kumari-bhojanananda (pleased by the feasts and gifts to the virgins) Kumari-pujakalaya (refuge of all virgin worshippers) Kumari-pujanaprita (pleased by the worship of virgin girls) Kumari-rupadharini (who is in the form of a virgin) Kumatighni (destructress of all evil inclinations) Kurchabija-japaprita (pleased by worship with the mantra 'hum') Kurchajapa-parayayana (threatening and conquering demons with 'hum') Kvanatkanci-vibhusana (whose girdle-bells tinkle ever so sweet) Madanaprita Madaghurnitalochana (eyes full of desire) Madhya Trivalivalayanchita Gandharvaihsamstutasa (praised by the Gandharvas) Madottirna Kharparasinaramundavilasini Naramundasraja (with a necklace of men's heads) Maha Kali (the great mother) Mahagaurasarvanga (greatly golden in all limbs) Mahakali Jagadhatri (creator of the world) Mahanandistuta (praised by Mahanandi) Mahishasuradhatini Shivapujya (worshipped by Shiva) Matangi (elephant lady) Maya Maya Mahamaya Mahodaya Mohini Muktakeshi (dishevelled of hair) Nanda Siddhacharanasevita (served by Siddhacharas) Nilameghavarna (the colour of a blue rain-cloud) Nilavani (blue Sarasvati) Nitya Kali (endless time) Padma (lotus) Padmaragopashobhita Karabhayaprada (hand removing fear) Pavitra Parama (supreme) Phalaharini Kali Prakiritia (nature) Purnenduvadana (with a face like the full moon) Rakshakali (the protectress) Sadhvi (holy) Samdiptalochana Shavasanarata (addicted to the corpse asana) Samhlada Viparitaratatura (addicted to taking the superior sexual role) Sandhya Sarvalakshanalakshita (having every single characteristic) Sarvamangalamangala (greatest fortune of all) Sarvasampatprada (giver of all prosperity) Sarvasarvabhisthaphalaprada (giver of the fruit of every possible desire) Sarvavidyamayi (consisting of all vidya) Savitri (mother of the Vedas) Sharatjyotsna (light of the autumn moon) Sheetla (the goddess of smallpox) Shivaprita (loved by Shiva) Shyama Kali (dispeller of fear) Siddha Kali Sidheshvari Smashana Kali (ever joyous dancer) Sundaripara (supremely beautiful) Svadha Svaha Vashatkara Saradindusamaprabha (as bright as the autumn moon) Ugra Chandi Varavarnini Vararoha Shivaruha (riding Shiva) Vidhatri (creatrix) Vidhatrivaradayini (giver of boons in creation) Vindhyavasini Vishvamata (cosmic mother) Vyaghracharmavrita (wearing tiger skin) Kalliope Kallipeia Calliope Calliopea Clear-voiced Excellent White-armed Kamala Kamalatmika Mahasakti Mahamaya Pranasakti (the life principle) Narasimhi Varahi Durga Siva Raudri Gauri Sati Kapali Kalaratri Ghora (awful) Bhima (terrible) Tamasi (darkness) Matangi Dhumavati Tarini Bhadrakali Mahakali Bhairavi Mother of the World Creator of all the Gods Mistress of all She who is situated in the middle of countless universes Whose form is the creation Who is the cause of creation Who is without support Who is the form of highest spiritual bliss Who is the three gunas Who creates all Whose form is everything Slayer of Madhu and Kaitabha Slayer of Sumbha and Nisumbha She whose bliss is Siva She who is dear to the one who does the Tandava dance She who wears a garland of skulls She whose form is very terrible Kamrusepas Kamrushepash Kammarushepash Katahzippuri Katahzipuri Katahziwuri Kapo Kapo-'ula-kina'u (red-spotted Kapo) Kapo-kohe-lele (Kapo of the flying vagina) Kapo-ma'i-lele (Kapo of the flying genitals) Kebehwet Keto Ceto Lamia (shark) Trienos (three times) Krataiis (of the rocks) Krataeis Crataeis Khaos Khaeos Chaos Chaeus Ki Kishar Kissare Kisar Kleio Clio Daughter of the Lord of Cloud-capped Heaven Giver of Sweetness High-throned Queen of Song Flowering Unforgetting Kokopellimana Kubaba Kukuri-Hime Kukuri-Hime-no-Kami Shirayama-Hime Kundalini Kundalini Shakti Kupala Kupalo Kurukulla Kurukulle Uddiyana Kurukulla (the Kurukulla who comes from Uddiyana) Tarodbhava Kurukulla (the Kurukulla who arises from Tara) Ashtabhuja Kurukulla Shukla Kurukulla Back to top

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