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108 Names of Devi Lakshmi – The Goddess of Wealth and Success


Devi Lakshmi, also spelled as Laxmi, is the wife of Vishnu and is said to have taken different forms in order to be with him in each of his incarnations. The word Lakshmi is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksya, meaning “aim” or “goal,” and in the Hindu faith, she is the goddess of wealth and prosperity of all forms, both material and spiritual. Lakshmi is mostly regarded as the household goddess, and she is a particular favorite amongst women. According to the legends, Devi Lakshmi’s birth happened when she rose from the churning of the ocean of milk (an important event in Hinduism), seated on a lotus and holding another blossom in her hand.

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Worship of a mother goddess has been a part of Hindu tradition since its earliest times. Lakshmi is one of the traditional Hindu mother goddesses, and she is often addressed as “mata” (mother) instead of just “Devi” (goddess). Householders worship Lakshmi as a symbol of providing for the well-being and prosperity of the family. Fridays are traditionally the day on which Lakshmi is worshipped and mostly, businessmen or businesswomen pray or celebrate her as a symbol of prosperity and offer her daily prayers. Thus, here are 108 Names of Goddess Lakshmi to pray in her name.

108 Names of Goddess Lakshmi – Ashtottara Shatanamavali

1. Prakriti – Nature
2. Vikriti – Faceted Nature
3. Vidya – Wisdom
4. Sarvabhutahitaprada – Granter of Universal Niceties
5. Shraddha – Devoted
6. Vibhuti – Wealth
7. Surabhi – Celestial Being
8. Paramatmika – Omnipresence
9. Vachi – Nectar-like Speech
10. Padmalaya – Residing On The Lotus
11. Padma – Lotus
12. Shuchi – Embodiment of Purity
13. Swaha – Shape of Swahadevi (Auspicious)
14. Swadha – Shape of Swadhadevi
15. Sudha – Nectar
16. Dhanya – Personification of Gratitude
17. Hiranmayi – Golden Appearance
18. Lakshmi – Goddess of Wealth
19. Nitya Pushta – Gaining strength Day By Day
20. Vibha – Radiant
21. Aditya – Radiant Like The Sun
22. Ditya – Answer Of Prayers
23. Dipa – Flame-Like
24. Vasudha – Earth
25. Vasudharini – Bearing the Burden of Earth
26. Kamala – Emanating from the Lotus
27. Kanta – Consort of Vishnu
28. Kamakshi – One with Attractive Eyes
29. Kshirodhasambhava / Krodhasambhava
30. Anugrahaprada – Granter of Good Wishes
31. Buddhi – Wisdom
32. Anagha – Sinless
33. Harivallabhi – Consort of Lord Hari
34. Ashoka – Dispeller of Sorrows
35. Amrita – Nectar
36. Dipta – Radiant
37. Lbokashokavinashini – Remover of Universal Agonies
38. Dhbarmanilaya – Establisher of Eternal Law
39. Karuna – Compassionate
40. Lokamatri – Mother of the Universe
41. Padmapriya – Lover of Lotus
42. Padmahasta – Having Lotus-Like Hands
43. Padmakshya – Lotus-eyed
44. Padmasundari – Beautiful Like the Lotus
45. Padmodbhava – One Who Emerged Out of the Lotus
46. Padmamukhi – Lotus-Faced
47. Padmanabhapriya – Beloved of Padmanabha
48. Rama – Pleaser of the Lord
49. Padmamaladhara – Wearer of Lotus Garland
50. Devi – Goddess
51. Padmini – Lotus
52. Padmagandhini – Having the Fragrance of Lotus
53. Punyagandha – Having Divine Perfume
54. Suprasanna – Ever Cheerful and Beaming
55. Prasadabhimukhi – Emerging to Grant Boons
56. Prabha – Radiant Like the Sun
57. Chandravadana – Moon-Faced
58. Chandra – Cool Like the moon
59. Chandrasahodari – Sister of the Moon
60. Chaturbhuja – With Four Arms
61. Chandragupta – Moon-Faced
62. Indira – Radiant like the Sun
63. Indusheetala – Cool like the Moon
64. Ahladajanani – Source of Happiness
65. Pushti – Healthy
66. Shiva – Auspicious
67. Shivakari – Source of Auspicious Things
68. Satya – All Truth
69. Vimala – Pure
70. Vishwajanani – Mother of the Universe
71. Tushti – Possessor of All Wealth
72. Daridryanashini – Remover of Poverty
73. Pritipushkarini – One with Pleasing Eyes
74. Shanta – Full with peace or Calm
75. Shuklamalyambara – Wearer of White Garland and Attire
76. Shri – Goddess of fortune
77. Bhaskar – Radiant like the Sun
78. Bilvanilaya – Resider Under Bilva Tree
79. Vararoha – Ready to Offer Boons
80. Yashaswini – Reputed
81. Vasundhara – Daughter of the Earth
82. Udaranga – Endowed with a Beautiful Body
83. Harini – Deer-Like
84. Hemamalini – Having Golden Garlands
85. Dhanadhanyaki – Bestower of Wealth and Foodgrains
86. Siddhi – Ever Ready to Protect Straina
87. Strainasoumya – Showering Goodness on Women
88. Shubhaprada – Granter of Auspicious Things
89. Nripaveshmagatananda – Loves to Live in Palaces
90. Varalakshmi – Granter of Bounty
91. Vasuprada – Bestower of Wealth
92. Shubha – Auspicious
93. Hiranyaprakara – Amidst Gold
94. Samudratanaya – Beloved Daughter of the Ocean of Milk
95. Jaya – Goddess of Victory
96. Mangala Devi – Most Auspicious
97. Vishnuvakshassthalasthita – Residing in Vishnu’s Chest
98. Vishnupatni – Consort of Vishnu
99. Prasannakshi – Lively-Eyed
100. Narayanasamashrita – Sought Refuge in Narayana
101. Daridryadhwamsini – Destroyer of Poverty
102. Devi – Goddess
103. Sarvopadrava Varini – Dispeller of all Distresses
104. Navadurga – All Nine Forms of Durga
105. Mahakali – A Form of Kali
106. Brahmavishnushivatmika – Trinity of Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva
107. Trikalajnanasampanna – Aware of all Past, Present, and Future
108. Bhuvaneshwari – Supreme Deity

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