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Reciting the 108 names of Goddess Durga is regarded very auspicious. Read further to know Maa Durga Shatnaam.

108 Names of Maa Durga

Durga Puja is one of the most eventfulfestivals celebrated in India, especially in West Bengal. People celebrate the festival by setting up pandals, decorating the city with lights and praying to goddess Durga. Though,most people are aware of the traditions, rituals, legends and myths associated with Durga Puja, very few people are familiar with the 108 names of Maa Durga. Goddess Durga is known by 108 names and reciting all her names during the Puja is considered to be extremely auspicious. Durga which means 'invincible' in Sanskrit is the mother goddess and the destroyer of evil. Worshipped in varied forms such as Parvati, Jagatmata,Mahishasurmardhini, Gauri and Vaishnavi, Goddess Durga is known as the supreme power of 'AdiShakti'. So, before this coming Durga Puja, learn all the 108 names of Maa Durga. Read further to find all names of Durga along with their meaning.

Durga Shatnaam
  • Devi (The Deity)
  • Durga (The invincible)
  • Tribhuvaneshwari (Goddess of three worlds)
  • Yashodagarba Sambhoota (Coming out from Yashoda's Womb)
  • Narayanavarapriya (In liking of Narayana's Boons)
  • Nandagopakulajata (Daughter of the Nandagopa race)
  • Mangalya (Auspicious)
  • Kulavardhini (Developer of the race)
  • Kamsavidravanakari (Who threatened Kamsa)
  • Asurakshayamkari (Who reduced the number of demons)
  • Shilathata Vinikshibda (At the time of birth, slammed by Kamsa)
  • Akashagamini (Flewin the sky)
  • Vasudevabhagini (Sister of Vasudeva)
  • Divamalya Vibhooshita (Ornamented with beautiful garlands)
  • Divyambaradhara (Beautifully robed)
  • Khadgaketaka Dharini (One who holdssword and shield)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Chandraghanta (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)
  • 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 don’teat even leaves while fasting)
  • Anekavarna (One who has many complexions)
  • Paatala (Red in color)
  • Paatalavati (Wearing red-color attire)
  • Jyotsana (Radiant like flames)
  • Kalamanjiiraranjini (Wearing a musical anklet)
  • Ameyaa (One who is beyond measure)
  • Vidya (wisdom)
  • Daya (compassionate)
  • 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)
  • Aeindri (Power of god Indra)
  • Kaumaari (The adolescent)
  • Vaishnavi (The invincible)
  • Chaamunda (Slayer of Chanda and Munda)
  • Saukhyada (Bestower of well-being)
  • Arogyada (Granter of good health)
  • Rajyada (Bestower of kingdom)
  • Ayurda (Granter of longevity)
  • Vapurda (Granter of beautiful appearance)
  • Sutada (Granter of issues)
  • Pravasarakshika (Protector of travellers)
  • Nagararakshika (Protector of land)
  • Sangramarakshika (Protector of wars)
  • Shatrusankata Rakshika (Protector from Distress Caused By Foes)
  • Ataviduhkhandhara Rakshika (Protector from Ignorance and Distress)
  • Sagaragirirakshika (Protector of Seas and Hills)
  • Sarvakaryasiddhi Pradayika (Granter Of Success In All Attempts
  • Papaharini (Destroyer Of Sins)
  • Kirti (Famed)
  • Shree (Auspicious)
  • Dhruti (Valiant)
  • Siddhi (Successful)
  • Prasanna (Cheerful)
  • Vidya (Wisdom)
  • Kumari (Young girl)
  • Mati (Wise)
  • Sandhya (Twilight)
  • Ratri (Night)
  • Prabha (Dawn)
  • Nitya (Eternal)
  • Bhadrakaali (Fierce form of Kali)
  • Vishnumaya (Spell of Lord Vishnu)
  • Vindhyavasini (Resident of Vindhyas)
  • Karaali (The violent)
  • Ananta (The infinite)
  • Parameshvari (The ultimate goddess)
  • Savitri (Daughter of the Sun God Savitr)
  • Gyaana (Full of knowledge)
  • Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth)
  • Varada (Granter of boons)
  • Bhayanashini (Remover of fear)
Chanting the 108 names of Maa Durga brings wealth and riches to your household. Hope this article makes you acquainted with all the names of the goddess.