Thursday, July 26, 2012

Vishnu sahasranama

 aadhaaranilayah: The fundamental sustainer
 aadidevah: The first deity
 aadidevah: The primary source of everything
 aadityah: Son of Aditi
 aadityah: The son of Aditi (Vaamana)
 aanandah: A mass of pure bliss
 aanandee: One who gives delight
 aashramah: Haven
 aatmavaan: The self in all beings
 aatmayonih: The uncaused cause
 aavartanah: The unseen dynamism
 abhipraayah: One who is faced by all seekers marching to the infinite
 a-bhooh: One who has no birth
 acalah: Non-moving
 achyutah: He who undergoes no changes
 achyutah: Infallible
 acintyo: Inconceivable
 adbhutah: Wonderful
 adhaataa: Above whom there is no other to command
 adhishthaanam: The substratum of the entire universe
 adhokshajah: One whose vitality never flows downwards
 adhritah: Without support
 adrishyah: Imperceptible
 agraahyah: He who is not perceived sensually
 agrajah: The first-born
 agraneeh: He who guides us to the peak
 ahah: He who is the nature of time
 ahassamvartakah: He who thrills the day and makes it function vigorously
 ajah: He who takes the form of Aja, Brahma
 ajah: Unborn
 ajah: Unborn
 ajitah: Vanquished by none
 akroorah: Never cruel
 akshara: Indestructible
 aksharam: Imperishable
 akshobhyah: One who cannot be annoyed by anyone
 akshobhyah: One who is ever unruffled
 amaanee: Without false vanity
 amaraprabhuh: The Lord of the devas
 ambho-nidhir: The substratum of the four types of beings
 ameyaatmaa: He who manifests in infinite varieties
 ameyaatmaa: He whose essence is immeasurable
 amitaashanah: Of endless appetite
 amitavikramah: Of immeasurable prowess
 amitavikramah: Of immeasurable prowess
 amoghah: Ever useful
 amoghah: He whose acts are for a great purpose
 amoortih: Formless
 a-moortirmaan: Having no form
 amritaamsoodbhavo: The moon who gives flavor to vegetables
 amritaashah: One whose desires are never fruitless
 amritah: Immortal
 amritapah: One who drinks the nectar
 amritavapuh: He whose form is immortal
 amrityuh: He who knows no death
 anaadih: One who is the first cause
 anaadi-nidhanah: He without origin or end
 anaamayah: One who has no diseases
 anaghah: Sinless
 anaghah: Sinless
 analah: Fire
 analah: One of unlimited wealth, power and glory
 anantaatmaa: The infinite self
 anantah: Endless
 anantah: Endless
 anantajit: Ever-victorious
 anantaroopah: One of infinite forms
 anantashreeh: Full of infinite glories
 anarthah: One to whom there is nothing yet to be fulfilled
 anayah: One who has no leader
 aneeshah: One who has none to Lord over Him
 anekamoortih: Multi-formed
 anilah: Air
 anilah: One who never slips
 animishah: He who remains unwinking; ever knowing
 anirdeshya-vapuh: He whose form is indescribable
 anirdeshya-vapuh: Of Indescribable form
 aniruddhah: He who cannot be obstructed
 anirvinnah: He who has no discontent
 anirvinnah: One who feels no disappointment
 anivartee: One who never retreats
 aniyantaa: One who has no controller
 annaadah: One who eats the food
 annam: One who is food
 anniruddhah: He who is invincible by any enemy
 antakah: The death
 anuh: The subtlest
 anukoolah: Well-wisher of everyone
 anuttamah: Incomparably great
 apaam-nidhih: Treasure of waters (the ocean)
 aparaajitah: One who cannot be defeated
 apramattah: He who never makes a wrong judgement
 aprameyaatmaa: A soul not known through the pramanas
 aprameyah: He who cannot be perceived
 apratirathah: One who has no enemies to threaten Him
 apyayah: The one in whom the universe merges
 araudrah: One who has no negative emotions or urges
 aravindaakshah: He who has eyes as beautiful as the lotus
 archishmaan: The effulgent
 architah: One who is constantly worshipped by His devotees
 arhah: One who deserves to be worshiped
 arkah: One who is in the form of the sun
 arthah: He who is worshiped by all
 asankhyeyah: He who has numberless names and forms
 asat: illusion
 ashokah: He who has no sorrow
 ashvattas: Tree of life
 ateendrah: He who surpasses Indra
 ateendriyo: Beyond the sense organs
 athaaparaajitah: The unvanquished
 atulah: Incomparable
 aushadham: Medicine
 avijnaataa: The non-knower (The knower being the conditioned soul within the body)
 avyaktah: Unmanifeset
 avyangah: Without imperfections
 avyayah: Without destruction
 ayamah: One who knows no death
 babhrur: He who rules over all the worlds
 bahu-shiraah: He who has many heads
 beejamavyayam: The Immutable Seed
 bhaanuh: Self-effulgent
 bhaarabhrit: One who carries the load of the universe
 bhaaskara-dyutih: The effulgence of the sun
 bhaavanah: He who gives everything to his devotees
 bhaavo: He who becomes all moving and nonmoving things
 bhagahaa: One who destroys the six opulences during pralaya
 bhagavaan: One who possesses six opulences
 bhaktavatsalah: One who loves His devotees
 bhartaa: He who governs the entire living world
 bhayakrit: Giver of fear
 bhayanaashanah: Destroyer of fear
 bhayapahah: One who destroys all fears
 bheemah: Terrible form
 bheemah: The terrible
 bheema-paraakramah: One whose prowess is fearful to His enemies
 bheshajam: Medicine
 bhishak: Physician
 bhojanam: He who is the sense-objects
 bhoktaa: The enjoyer
 bhoktaa: The enjoyer
 bhoktaaA: One who enjoys
 bhoogarbhah: He who is the womb of the world
 bhoor-bhuvah svas-taruh: The tree of bhur, bhuvah and svah
 bhoor-bhuvo: The substratum of the earth
 bhooridakshinah: He who gives away large gifts
 bhooshanah: One who adorns the world
 bhooshayah: One who rested on the ocean shore (Rama)
 bhootaadih: The cause of the five great elements
 bhootaatmaa: The aatman of all beings
 bhootaavaaso: The dwelling place of the elements
 bhoota-bhaavanah: The cause of the growth and birth of all creatures
 bhoota-bhavya-bhavan-naathah: The Lord of past, present and future
 bhoota-bhavya-bhavat-prabhuh: The Lord of past, present and future
 bhoota-bhrit: He who nourishes all creatures
 bhoota-krit: The creator of all creatures
 bhoota-maheshvarah: The great lord of beings
 bhootih: One who is pure existence
 bhraajishnur: Self-effulgent consciousness
 bhujagottamah: The serpent Ananta
 braahmanah: One who has realised Brahman
 braahmana-priyah: Dear to the brahmanas
 brahma: Biggest
 brahmaa: Creator
 brahmajno: One who knows the nature of Brahman
 brahmakrit: One who acts in Brahman
 brahmanyah: Protector of Brahman (anything related to Narayana)
 brahmavid: One who knows Brahman
 brahma-vivardhanah: One who increases the Brahman
 brahmee: One who is with Brahma
 brihad-roopah: Vast, of infinite dimensions
 brihat: The greatest
 brihat-bhaanuh: He who illumines the world with the rays of the sun and moon
 chaanooraandhra-nishoodanah: The slayer of Canura
 chakra-gadaadharah: Bearer of the disc and mace
 chakree: Carrier of Sudarsana
 chakree: Holder of the chakra
 chalah: Moving
 chandanaangadee: One who has attractive armlets
 chandraamshuh: The rays of the moon
 chaturaatmaa: Clear-minded
 chaturaatmaa: The four-fold self
 chaturashrah: One who deals squarely
 chaturbaahuh: Four-handed
 chaturbhaavas: The source of the four
 chaturbhujah: Four-handed
 chaturdamstrah: He who has four canines (Nrsimha)
 chaturgatih: The ultimate goal of all four varnas and asramas
 chaturmoortih: Four-formed
 chatur-vedavid: Knower of all four vedas
 chaturvyoohah: One who expresses Himself as the dynamic centre in the four vyoohas
 chaturvyoohah: Vasudeva, Sankarshan etc.
 chinnasamshayah: One whose doubts are ever at rest
 daamodarah: Whose stomach is marked with three lines
 daarunah: Merciless towards the unrighteous
 daashaarhah: One who was born in the Dasarha race
 dakshah: Prompt
 dakshah: The smart
 dakshinah: The most liberal
 damah: Beautitude in the self
 damanah: He who controls rakshasas
 damayitaa: The controller
 dandah: One who punishes the wicked
 darpadah: One who creates pride, or an urge to be the best, among the righteous
 darpahaa: The destroyer of pride in evil-minded people
 deeptamoortir: Of resplendent form
 devabhrit-guruh: Advisor of Indra
 devah: He who revels
 devakee-nandanah: Son of Devaki
 deveshah: The Lord of all devas
 dhaama: The goal
 dhaataa: He who supports all fields of experience
 dhaaturuttamah: The subtlest atom
 dhananjayah: One who gained wealth through conquest
 dhaneshvarah: The Lord of wealth
 dhanurdharah: The wielder of the bow
 dhanurvedah: One who declared the science of archery
 dhanvee: He who always has a divine bow
 dhanyah: Fortunate
 dharaadharah: The sole support of the earth
 dharaneedharah: He who supports the earth
 dharmaadhyakshah: He who presides over dharma
 dharmagub: One who protects dharma
 dharmah: The law of being
 dharmakrit: One who acts according to dharma
 dharmaviduttamah: The highest among men of realisation
 dharma-yoopah: The post to which all dharma is tied
 dharmee: The supporter of dharma
 dhritaatmaa: Established in Himself
 dhruvah: The changeless in the midst of changes
 dhuryah: Who carries out creation etc. without hitch
 dishah: One who advises and gives knowledge
 divah-sprik: Sky-reaching
 dravinapradah: One who lavishly gives wealth
 dridhah: The firm
 driptah: One who is drunk with Infinite bliss
 duh-svapna-naashanah: One who destroys all bad dreams
 duraadharshah: He who cannot be attacked successfully
 duraarihaa: Slayer of the asuras
 duraavaasah: Not easy to lodge
 duratikramah: One who is difficult to be disobeyed
 durdharah: The object of contemplation
 durdurdharah: He who cannot be known by great yogis
 durgah: Not easy to storm into
 durgamah: One who is realised with great effort
 durjayah: The invincible
 durlabhah: One who can be obtained with great efforts
 durmarshanah: He who cannot be vanquished
 dushkritihaa: Destroyer of bad actions
 dyutidharah: One who bears an effulgent form
 eeshanah: The controller of the five great elements
 eeshvarah: He who can do anything without any help
 eeshvarah: The controller
 ekaatmaa: The one self
 ekah: The one
 ekapaat: One-footed (BG 10.42)
 gabhastinemih: The hub of the universal wheel
 gabheeraatmaa: Too deep to be fathomed
 gabheerah: The unfathomable
 gadaadharah: Carrier of Kaumodakee club
 gadaagrajah: One who is invoked through mantra
 gahanah: The unknowable
 gahano: Impenetrable
 garudadhvajah: One who has Garuda on His flag
 gatisattamah: The ultimate refuge for all devotees
 ghritaaseeh: One who has no need for good wishes
 gohitah: One who does welfare for cows
 gopatih: Husband of the earth
 gopatih: The shepherd
 goptaa: Protector of the universe
 goptaa: The protector
 govidaam-patih: The Lord of all men of wisdom
 govindah: One who is known through Vedanta
 govindah: The protector of the cows
 graamaneeh: He who leads the flock
 guhah: He who dwells in the cave of the heart
 guhyo: The mysterious
 gunabhrit: One who supports
 guptah: The well-concealed
 guruh: The teacher
 gurutamah: The greatest teacher
 halaayudhah: One who has a plough as His weapon
 hamsah: The swan
 harih: The destroyer
 havih: The oblation
 havirharih: The receiver of all oblation
 hemaangah: One who has limbs of gold
 hetuh: The cause
 hiranyagarbhah: He who dwells in the womb of the world
 hiranyagarbhah: The creator
 hiranyanaabhah: He who has a golden navel
 hrisheekeshah: The Lord of the senses
 hutabhuk: One who accepts oblations
 hutabhuk: One who enjoys all that is offered in yajna
 ijyah: He who is fit to be invoked through yajna
 indrakarmaa: One who always performs gloriously auspicious actions
 ishtah: He who is invoked through Vedic rituals
 jagadaadijah: Born at the beginning of the world
 jagatas-setuh: A bridge across the material energy
 jahnuh: Leader of men
 janaardanah: He who gives joy to good people
 jana-janmaadir: The cause of the birth of all creatures
 jananah: He who delivers all living creatures
 janeshvarah: The Lord of the people
 janma-mrityu-jaraatigah: One who knows no birth, death or old age in Himself
 jayah: The victorious
 jayantah: The conqueror of all enemies
 jeevah: One who functions as the ksetrajna
 jeevanah: The life spark in all creatures
 jetaa: Ever-successful
 jitaamitrah: One who has conquered all enemies
 jita-krodhah: One who has conquered anger
 jitamanyuh: One who has no anger
 jnaanagamyah: One who is experienced through pure knowledge
 jnaanamuttamam: The Supreme Knowledge
 jyeshthah: Older than all
 jyotih: Self-effulgent
 jyotiraadityah: The resplendence of the sun
 jyotir-ganeshvarah: Lord of the luminaries in the cosmos
 kaalah: He who judges and punishes beings
 kaalanemi-nihaa: Slayer of Kalanemi
 kaamadevah: The beloved Lord
 kaamah: The beloved
 kaamahaa: He who destroys all desires
 kaamakrit: He who fulfills all desires
 kaamapaalah: The fulfiller of desires
 kaamapradah: He who supplies desired objects
 kaamee: One who has fulfilled all His desires
 kaantah: He who is of enchanting form
 kaantah: Of enchanting form
 kaaranam: The cause
 kah: One who is of the nature of bliss
 kanakaangadee: Wearer of bright-as-gold armlets
 kapeendrah: Lord of the monkeys (Rama)
 kapih: One who drinks water
 kapilah: The great sage Kapila
 karanam: The instrument
 kartaa: The doer
 kathitah: One who is glorified in all scriptures
 kavih: The seer
 keshavah: He who has beautiful locks of hair
 keshavah: One whose rays illumine the cosmos
 keshihaa: Killer of Kesi
 khanda-parashur: One who holds an axe
 kim: What (the one to be inquired into)
 kramah: All-pervading
 kratuh: The animal-sacrifice
 krishah: Delicate, lean
 krishnah: Dark-complexioned
 krishno: He whose complexion is dark
 kritaagamah: Author of the Vedas
 kritaagamah: The author of the agama scriptures
 krita-akritah: All that is created and not created
 kritaantakrit: Destroyer of the creation
 kritajnah: He who knows all that is
 kritajnah: The knower of the creation
 kritakarmaa: One who has fulfilled his acts
 kritalakshanah: One who is famous for His qualities
 kritih: He who rewards all our actions
 krodhahaa: He who destroys anger
 krodhakrit-kartaa: He who generates anger against the lower tendency
 kshaamah: He who ever remains without any scarcity
 kshaamah: One who destroys everything
 kshamah: He who is supremely efficient in all undertakings
 kshaminaam-varah: One who has the greatest amount of patience with sinners
 ksharam: He who appears to perish
 kshemakrit: Doer of good
 kshetrajnah: The knower of the field
 kshiteeshah: The Lord of the earth
 kshobhanah: The agitator
 kumbhah: The pot within whom everything is contained
 kumudah: He who delights in the earth
 kumudah: One who gladdens the earth
 kundah: One who is as attractive as Kunda flowers
 kundalee: One who wears shark earrings
 kundarah: The one who lifted the earth
 kuvaleshayah: He who reclines in the waters
 lakshmeeh: The glory of the universe
 lakshmeevaan: The consort of Laksmi
 lohitaakshah: Red-eyed
 lokaadhishthaanam: The substratum of the universe
 lokaadhyakshah: He who presides over all lokas
 lokabandhur: Friend of the world
 lokanaathah: Lord of the world
 lokasaarangah: One who understands the universe
 lokasvaamee: Lord of the universe
 loka-trayaashrayah: Shelter of the three worlds
 maadhavah: Born in the family of Madhu
 maadhavah: Husband of Lakshmi
 maadhavo: The Lord of all knowledge
 maanadah: One who causes, by His maya, false identification with the body
 maanyah: One who is to be honoured
 maargah: The path
 maargah: The path
 madhuh: Sweet
 madhusoodanah: Destroyer of the Madhu demon
 mahaabalah: He who has supreme strength
 mahaabhaago: He who gets the greates share in every Yajna
 mahaabhogah: He who is of the nature of enjoyment
 mahaabhootah: The great being
 mahaabuddhir: He who has supreme intelligence
 mahaadevah: The great deity
 mahaadhanah: He who is supremely rich
 mahaadri-dhrik: He who supports the great mountain
 mahaa-dyutih: Greatly luminous
 mahaagartah: The great chasm
 mahaahavih: The great offering
 mahaahradah: One who is like a great refreshing swimming pool
 mahaakarmaa: One who accomplishes great acts
 mahaakarmaa: One who performs great deeds
 mahaakoshah: He who has got around him great sheaths
 mahaakramo: Of great step
 mahaakratuh: The great sacrifice
 mahaakshah: The great-eyed
 mahaa-makhah: The great sacrificer
 mahaamanaah: Great-minded
 mahaamayo: The Supreme Master of all Maya
 mahaamortir: The great form
 mahaan: The mighty
 mahaanidhih: The great abode
 mahaarhah: One who deserves the highest worship
 mahaa-shaktih: All-powerful
 mahaashanah: He who eats up everything
 mahaashringah: Great-horned (Matsya)
 mahaasvanah: He who has a thundering voice
 mahaatapaah: He of great tapas
 mahaatejaah: One of great resplendence
 mahaavaraaho: The great boar
 mahaa-veeryah: The supreme essence
 mahaayajnah: The great yajna
 mahaayajvaa: One who performed great yajnas
 maharddhi: One who has great prosperity
 maharshih kapilaachaaryah: He who incarnated as Kapila, the great sage
 maheebhartaa: The husband of mother earth
 maheedharah: The bearer of the earth
 maheedharah: The support of the earth
 mahejyah: One who is to be most worshiped
 mahendrah: The lord of Indra
 maheshvaasah: He who wields shaarnga
 mahodadhishayah: One who rests on the great ocean
 mahoragah: The great serpent
 mahotsaaho: The great enthusiast
 mangalam param: The Supreme auspiciousness
 manoharah: The stealer of the mind
 manojavah: Swift as the mind
 mantrah: The nature of the Vedic mantras
 manuh: He who has manifested as the Vedic mantras
 mareechih: Effulgence
 medhaavee: Supremely intelligent
 medhajah: Born out of sacrifices
 medineepatih: The Lord of the earth
 muktaanaam paramaa gatih: The final goal, reached by liberated souls
 mukundah: The giver of liberation
 naaraayanah: He who resides on the waters
 naarasimha-vapuh: He whose form is man-lion
 nahushah: He who binds all with maya
 naikaatmaa: Many souled
 naikah: The many
 naikajah: One who is born many times
 naikakarmakrit: One who does many actions
 naikamaayah: He whose forms are endless and varied
 naika-roopo: He who has unlimited forms
 naikashringah: One who has many horns
 nakshatranemir: The nave of the stars
 nakshatree: The Lord of the stars (the moon)
 nandah: Free from all worldly pleasures
 nandakee: One who holds the Nandaka sword
 nandanah: One who makes others blissful
 nandih: Infinite bliss
 narah: The guide
 nayah: One who leads
 netaa: The leader
 neyah: The guide
 nidhir-avyayah: The imperishable treasure
 nigrahah: The killer
 nimishah: He who has closed eyes in contemplation
 nirgunah: Without any properties
 nirvaanam: All-bliss
 nishthaa: Abode of all beings
 nivritaatmaa: The soul retreated from matter
 nivrittaatmaa: One who is fully restrained from all sense indulgences
 nivrittaatmaa: One whose mind is turned away from sense indulgence
 niyamah: One who is not under anyone's laws
 niyamo: The appointing authority
 nyaayah: Justice
 nyagrodhah: The one who veils Himself with Maya
 ojas-tejo-dyutidharah: The possessor of vitality, effulgence and beauty
 oordhvagah: One who is on top of everything
 oorjitah: He who has infinite vitality
 oorjita-shaasanah: One who commands with His hand
 paapa-naashanah: Destroyer of sin
 paavanah: He who gives life-sustaining power to air
 paavanah: One who ever purifies
 padam-anuttamam: The unequalled state of perfection
 padmagarbhah: He who is being meditated upon in the lotus of the heart
 padmanaabhah: He from whose navel comes the lotus
 padmanaabhah: He who has a lotus-navel
 padmanaabhah: He whose navel is like a lotus
 padmanibhekshanah: Lotus-eyed
 padmee: He who holds a lotus
 panah: The supreme universal manager
 paraayanam: The way to liberation
 paramaatmaa: The Supersoul
 paramaspashtah: The extremely vivid
 parameshthee: One who is readily available for experience within the heart
 parameshvarah: The Supreme Lord
 pararddhih: He who has supreme manifestations
 parigrahah: The receiver
 parjanyah: He who is similar to rain-bearing clouds
 paryavasthitah: One who dwells everywhere
 pavanah: The air that fills the universe
 pavitram: He who gives purity to the heart
 peshalah: One who is supremely soft
 poorayitaa: The fulfiller
 poornah: The complete
 pootaatmaa: He with an extremely pure essence
 praagvamshah: One who has the most ancient ancestry
 praamshuh: He with a huge body
 praanadah: Giver of life
 praanadah: Giver of life
 praanadah: He who gives life
 praanadah: He who gives prana
 praanah: Life
 praanah: The prana in all living creatures
 praanajeevanah: He who maintains the life-breath in all living creatures
 praananilayah: He in whom all prana is established
 praanibhrit: He who rules over all pranas
 praano: He who ever lives
 prabhavah: The womb of the five great elements
 prabhootas: Ever-full
 prabhuh: The Almighty Lord
 prabhuh: The Lord
 pradhaana-purusheshvarah: Lord of pradhaana and purusha
 pradyumnah: Very rich
 pragrahah: Receiver of worship
 prajaa-bhavah: He from whom all praja comes
 prajaagarah: Ever-awakened
 prajaapatih: He from whom all creatures emerge
 prajaapatih: The Lord of all creatures
 prakaashaatmaa: The effulgent self
 prakaashanah: He who illuminates
 pramaanam: He whose form is the Vedas
 pramaanam: The proof
 pramodanah: Ever-blissful
 pranavah: He who is praised by the gods
 pranavah: Omkara
 prapitaamahah: The father of the father of beings (Brahma)
 prasanaatmaa: Ever pure and all-blissful self
 prataapanah: Thermal energy; one who heats
 pratardanah: The Supreme destruction
 prathitah: He who exists pervading all
 pratishthitah: He who has no cause
 pratyayah: He whose nature is knowledge
 preetivardhanah: One who increases joy in the devotee's heart
 prituh: The expanded
 priyaarhah: One who deserves all our love
 priyakrit: One who is ever-obliging in fulfilling our wishes
 punarvasuh: He who lives repeatedly in different bodies
 pundareekaakshah: He who dwells in the heart
 punyah: Supremely pure
 punyah: The truly holy
 punya-keertir: Of Holy fame
 punya-shravana-keertanah: The hearing of whose glory causes holiness to grow
 puraatanah: He who was even before time
 purandarah: Destroyer of cities
 purujit: One who has conquered numerous enemies
 purusattamah: The greatest of the great
 purushah: He who dwells in the city of nine gates
 purushah: One who dwells in all bodies
 purushottamah: The Supreme Controller
 pushkaraakshah: He who has eyes like the lotus
 pushkaraakshah: Lotus eyed
 pushpahaasah: He who shines like an opening flower
 pushtah: One who is ever-full
 raamah: One who is most handsome
 rakshanah: Protector of the universe
 ranapriyah: Lover of battles
 rathaanga-paanih: One who has the wheel of a chariot as His weapon; One with the strings of the chariot in his hands;
 ratnagarbhah: The jewel-wombed
 ratna-naabhah: Of beautiful navel
 ravih: One who dries up everything
 ravilochanah: One whose eye is the sun
 riddhah: Full of prosperity
 riddhah: He who has expanded Himself as the universe
 rituh: The seasons
 rohitah: The fish incarnation
 ruchiraangadah: One who wears resplendent shoulder caps
 rudrah: He who makes all people weep
 saadhur: He who lives by the righteous codes
 saakshee: The witness
 saama: The Sama Veda
 saamagaayanah: One who sings the sama songs; one who loves hearing saama chants;
 saamagah: The singer of the sama songs
 saattvikah: One who is full of sattvic qualities
 saatvataam-patih: The Lord of the Satvatas
 sadaamarshee: One who forgives the trespasses of His devotees
 sadaa-yogee: Always in yoga
 sadbhootih: One who has rich glories
 sadgatih: The goal of good people
 sahah: All-enduring
 sahasraakshah: Thousands of eyes
 sahasraamshur: The thousand-rayed
 sahasraarchih: He who has thousands of rays
 sahasrajit: He who vanquishes thousands
 sahasra-moordhaa: He who has endless heads
 sahasrapaat: Thousand-footed
 sahishnuh: He who can suffer patiently
 sahishnuh: One who calmly endures duality
 samaatmaa: He who is the same in all
 samaavartah: The efficient turner
 samah: Calm
 samah: Equal
 samayajnah: One whose worship is nothing more than keeping an equal vision of the mind by the devotee
 sambhavah: He who descends of His own free will
 sameehanah: One whose desires are auspicious
 sameeranah: He who sufficiently administers all movements of all living creatures
 samgrahah: He who holds everything together
 samitinjayah: Ever-victorious
 samkha-bhrit: One who has the divine Pancajanya
 samksheptaa: The involver
 sammitah: He who has been accepted by authorities
 samnyaasa-krit: Institutor of sannyasa
 sam-pramardanah: He who persecutes evil men
 samsthaanah: The ultimate authority
 samvatsarah: He from whom the concept of time comes
 samvatsarah: The year
 samvritah: He who is veiled from the jiva
 sanaat: The beginningless and endless factor
 sanaatanatamah: The most ancient
 sandhaataa: The regulator
 sandhimaan: He who seems to be conditioned
 sankarshanochyutah: He who absorbs the whole creation into His nature and never falls away from that nature
 sannivaasah: The abode of the good
 santah: One who is expressed through saintly men
 saptaidhaah: The seven effulgences in the flames
 saptajihvah: He who expresses himself as the seven tongues of fire (Types of agni)
 saptavaahanah: One who has a vehicle of seven horses (sun)
 sargah: He who creates the world from Himself
 sarvaadih: The beginning of all
 sarvaasunilayah: The abode of all life energies
 sarvadarshanah: All-seeing
 sarvadarshee: All-knower
 sarva-drik: The seer of everything
 sarvadrik-vyaaso: One who creates many men of wisdom
 sarvagah: All-pervading
 sarvah: He who is everything
 sarvajna: Omniscient
 sarvajno: Omniscient
 sarvakaamadah: One who fulfils all desires of true devotees
 sarva-lakshana-lakshanyah: Known through all proofs
 sarva-praharanaayudhah: He who has all implements for all kinds of assault and fight ==
 sarvasahah: One who carries the entire Universe
 sarva-shastra-bhritaam-varah: The best among those who wield weapons
 sarvatah-chakshuh: One who has eyes everywhere
 sarvato-mukhah: One who has His face turned everywhere
 sarva-vaageeshvareshvarah: Lord of the Lord of speech
 sarvavid-bhaanuh: All-knowing and effulgent
 sarvavij-jayee: One who is at once omniscient and victorious
 sarva-yoga-vinissritah: He who is free from all attachments
 sarveshvarah: Controller of all
 sat: existence
 sataam gatih: The goal for all virtuous people
 sataam-gatih: Refuge of the good
 sataavarttah: He who takes infinite forms
 satkartaa: He who adores good and wise people
 sat-keertih: One of pure fame
 satkritah: He who is adored by all good people
 satkritih: One who is full of Good actions
 satparaayanah: The Supreme goal for the good
 satpathaachaarah: One who walks the path of truth
 satram: Protector of the good
 satta: One without a second
 sattvasthah: Situated in sattva
 sattvavaan: One who is full of exploits and courage
 satyadharmaa: One who has in Himself all true dharmas
 satya-dharma-paraakramah: One who champions heroically for truth and righteousness
 satya-dharma-paraayanah: One who is the very abode of truth and dharma
 satyah: He who is Himself the truth
 satyah: The truth
 satyah: Truth
 satyamedhah: One whose intelligence never fails
 satya-paraakramah: Dynamic Truth
 satyasandhah: Of truthful resolution
 savah: The nature of the sacrifice
 savitaa: The father of all
 savitaa: The one who brings forth the Universe from Himself
 shaantah: Peaceful within
 shaantidah: Giver of peace
 shaantih: One whose very nature is peace
 shaarnga-dhanvaa: One who aims His shaarnga bow
 shaashvatah: He who always remains the same
 shaashvatah-sthaanur: Permanent and immovable
 shaashvata-sthirah: One who is eternal and stable
 shaastaa: He who rules over the universe
 shabdaatigah: One who transcends all words
 shabdasahah: One who allows Himself to be invoked by Vedic declarations
 shaktimataam-shresthah: The best among the powerful
 shambhuh: He who brings auspiciousness
 sharabhah: One who dwells and shines forth through the bodies
 sharanam: The refuge
 shareera-bhootabhrit: One who nourishes the nature from which the bodies came
 shareerabhrit: He who sustains all bodies
 sharma: He who is Himself infinite bliss
 sharvaree-karah: Creator of darkness
 sharvas: The auspicious
 shashabindhuh: The moon who has a rabbit-like spot
 shataananah: Many-faced
 shataanandah: Of infinite varieties and joys
 shatamoortih: Of many forms
 shatrughnah: The destroyer of enemies
 shatrujit: One who is ever victorious over His hosts of enemies
 shatrutaapanah: The scorcher of enemies
 shauri: One who always has invincible prowess
 shaurih: He who incarnated in the dynasty of Shoora
 shikhandee: He who wears a peacock feather
 shipivishtah: The presiding deity of the sun
 shishirah: The cold season, winter
 shishta-krit: The law-maker
 shivah: Auspiciousness
 shivah: He who is eternally pure
 shoka-naashanah: Destroyer of sorrows
 shoonyah: The void
 shoorah: The valiant
 shoora-janeshvarah: Lord of the valiant
 shoorasenah: One who has heroic and valiant armies
 shramanah: One who persecutes the worldly people
 shrashtaa: Creator of all beings
 shreedah: Giver of opulence
 shreedharah: Holder of Sree
 shreegarbhah: He in whom are all glories
 shreekarah: One who gives Sree
 shreemaan: He who is always courted by glories
 shreemaan: He who is always with shree
 shreemaan: Possessor of Sree
 shreemaan: The possessor of light, effulgence, glory
 shreemataam varah: The best among glorious
 shreenidhih: The treasure of Sree
 shreenivaasah: One who dwells in the good people
 shreenivaasah: The permanent abode of Shree
 shreepatih: Lord of Laksmi
 shreeshah: The Lord of Sree
 shreevatsa-vakshaah: One who has sreevatsa on His chest
 shreevibhaavanah: Distributor of Sree
 shreshthah: The most glorious
 shrevaasah: Abode of Sree
 shreyah: Liberation
 shringee: The horned one
 shruti-saagarah: The ocean for all scripture
 shubhaangah: One who has the most beautiful form
 shubhaangah: One with enchanting limbs
 shubhekshanah: All-auspicious gaze
 shuchih: He who is pure
 shuchih: He who is spotlessly clean
 shuchi-shravaah: He who has beautiful, sacred names
 siddhaarthah: He who has all arthas
 siddhah: One who is perfection
 siddhah: The most famous
 siddhasankalpah: He who gets all He wishes for
 siddhidah: The giver of benedictions
 siddhih: He who gives moksha
 siddhisaadhanah: The power behind our sadhana
 simhah: He who destroys
 simhah: The lion
 sishteshtah: The greatest beloved
 skanda-dharah: Upholder of withering righteousness
 skandah: He whose glory is expressed through Subrahmanya
 somah: One who as the moon nourishes plants
 somapah: One who takes Soma in the yajnas
 sookshmah: The subtlest
 sooryah: The one source from where everything is born
 spashtaaksharo: One who is indicated by OM
 sragvee: He who always wears a garland of undecaying flowers
 srashtaa: Creator
 stavapriyah: One who is invoked through prayer
 stavyah: One who is the object of all praise
 sthaanadah: He who confers the right abode
 sthaanuh: The pillar, the immovable truth
 sthaavarah-sthaanuh: The firm and motionless
 sthaviro dhruvah: The ancient, motionless one
 sthavishtah: The supremely gross
 sthavishthah: One who is supremely huge
 sthirah: Steady
 sthoolah: One who is the fattest
 stotaa: One who adores or praises
 stotram: The hymn
 stutih: The act of praise
 subhujah: He who has graceful arms
 sudarshanah: He whose meeting is auspicious
 sudhanvaa: One who has Shaarnga
 sughoshah: Of auspicious sound
 suhrit: Friend of all creatures
 sukhadah: Giver of bliss to those who are liberated
 sukhadah: Giver of happiness
 sulabhah: One who is readily available
 sulochanah: One who has the most enchanting eyes
 sumedhaa: One who has pure intelligence
 sumukhah: One who has a charming face
 sundah: Of great mercy
 sundarah: Of unrivalled beauty
 suparnah: Beautiful-winged (Two birds analogy)
 suparnah: The golden leaf (Vedas) BG 15.1
 suprasaadah: Fully satisfied
 suraadhyaksho: He who presides over all devas
 suraanando: He who gives out happiness
 suraarihaa: Destroyer of the enemies of the devas
 sureshah: The Lord of the demigods
 sureshvarah: A person of extreme charity
 suruchih: Whose desire manifests as the universe
 sushenah: He who has a charming army
 sutantuh: Beautifully expanded
 sutapaah: He who has glorious tapas
 suvarna-binduh: With limbs radiant like gold
 suvarna-varnah: Golden-coloured
 suveerah: One who moves through various ways
 suvratah: He who ever-perfoeming the pure vow
 suvratah: One who has taken the most auspicious forms
 suyaamunah: One who attended by the people dwelling on the banks of Yamuna
 svaabhaavyah: Ever rooted in the nature of His own self
 svaangah: One with well-proportioned limbs
 svaapanah: One who puts people to sleep
 svaasyah: One who has an effulgent face
 svadhritah: Self-supported
 svakshah: Beautiful-eyed
 svangah: Beautiful-limbed
 svasti: One who is the source of all auspiciouness
 svastibhuk: One who constantly enjoys auspiciousness
 svastidah: Giver of Svasti
 svastidakshinah: Distributor of auspiciousness
 svastikrit: One who robs all auspiciousness
 svavashah: He who has everything under His control
 svayambhooh: He who manifests from Himself
 svayamjaatah: Self-born
 taarah: He who saves
 taarah: One who helps all to cross over
 taaranah: He who enables others to cross
 tantu-vardhanah: One who sustains the continuity of the drive for the family
 tat: That
 tattvam: The reality
 tattvavit: One who has realised the reality
 teerthakaro: The teacher of the tirthas
 tejovrisho: One who showers radiance
 tridashaadhyaksho: The Lord of the three states of consciousness
 trikakub-dhaama: The support of the three quarters
 trilokaatmaa: The self of the three worlds
 trilokadhrik: One who is the support of all the three worlds
 trilokeshah: The Lord of the three worlds
 tripadah: One who has taken three steps
 trisaamaa: One who is glorified by Devas, Vratas and Saamans
 trivikramah: One who took three steps
 tushtah: One who is contented with a very simple offering
 tvashtaa: He who makes huge things small
 udbhavah: The originator
 udbhavah: The ultimate source
 udeernah: The great transcendent
 udumbarah: Nourishment of all living creatures
 ugrah: The terrible
 upendrah: The younger brother of Indra (vaamana)
 uttaaranah: One who lifts us out of the ocean of change
 uttarah: He who lifts us from the ocean of samsara
 vaachaspatir-ayonijah: One who is the master of all vidyas and who is unborn through a womb
 vaachaspatir-udaara-dheeh: He who is eloquent in championing the Supreme law of life; He with a large-hearted intelligence
 vaagmee: He who is eloquent in speech
 vaajasanah: The giver of food
 vaamanah: He with a dwarf body
 vaarunah: The son of Varuna (Vasistha or Agastya)
 vaasavaanujah: The brother of Indra
 vaasudevah: Dwelling in all creatures although not affected by that condition
 vaasudevah: One who envelops the world with Maya
 vaasudevo: The son of Vasudeva
 vaayuh: The air
 vaayuvaahanah: Controller of winds
 vaayuvaahanah: The mover of the winds
 vahnih: Fire
 vaidyah: The Supreme doctor
 vaikhaanah: The one who cut through the earth
 vaikunthah: One who prevents men from straying on wrong paths
 vamshavardhanah: He who multiplies His family of descendents
 vanamaalee: One who wears a garland of forest flowers
 varaangah: With beautiful limbs
 varaaroho: The most glorious destination
 varadah: He who fulfills boons
 vardhamaanah: He who can grow into any dimension
 vardhanah: The nurturer and nourisher
 varunah: One who sets on the horizon (Sun)
 vashatkaarah: He who is invoked for oblations
 vasudah: He who gives all wealth
 vasuh: He who is Wealth
 vasuh: The refuge for all
 vasuh: The support of all elements
 vasumanaah: He whose mind is supremely pure
 vasumanaah: One who is attentive to everything
 vasupradah: The free-giver of wealth
 vasupradah: The giver of salvation, the greatest wealth
 vasuretaah: He whose essence is golden
 vatsalah: The supremely affectionate
 vatsarah: The abode
 vatsee: The father
 vedaangah: He whose limbs are the Vedas
 vedah: He who is the Vedas
 vedavid: The knower of the Vedas
 vedavit: He who contemplates upon the Vedas
 vedhaah: Creator of the universe
 vedyah: That which is to be known
 veerabaahur: Having mighty arms
 veerah: The courageous
 veerah: The heroic victor
 veerah: The valiant
 veerahaa: Destroyer of valiant heroes
 veerahaa: He who destroys the mighty heroes
 veerahaa: One who ends the passage from womb to womb
 veetabhayah: One with no fear
 vegavaan: He who is swift
 vibhuh: All-pervading
 vibhuh: He who manifests in endless forms
 vidaaranah: One who splits asunder
 vidhaataa: All supporter
 vidhaataa: The dispenser of fruits of action
 vidheyaatmaa: One who is ever available for the devotees to command in love
 vidishah: One who is unique in His giving
 vidvattamah: One who has the greatest wisdom
 vihaayasa-gatih: One who travels in space
 vijayah: Victorious
 vijitaatmaa: One who has conquered the sense organs
 vikartaa: Creator of the endless varieties that make up the universe
 vikramah: He who stepped (Vaamana)
 vikramee: He who is full of prowess
 vikramee: The most daring
 viksharah: Imperishable
 vimuktaatmaa: The ever-liberated self
 vinayah: He who humiliates those who are unrighteous
 vinayitaa-saakshee: The witness of modesty
 viraamah: The abode of perfect-rest
 virajo: Passionless
 virochanah: One who shines in different forms
 vishama: Unequalled
 vishishtah: He who transcends all in His glory
 vishnuh: All-pervading
 vishnuh: He who pervades everywhere
 vishnuh: Long-striding
 vishodhanah: The great purifier
 vishokah: Sorrowless
 vishraamah: The resting place
 vishuddhaatmaa: One who has the purest soul
 vishvaatmaa: The soul of the universe
 vishvabhuk: He who enjoys all experiences
 vishva-dakshinah: The most skilful and efficient
 vishva-dhrik: Supporter of the world
 vishvakarmaa: The creator of the universe
 vishvaksenah: He against whom no army can stand
 vishvam: He who is the universe, the virat-purusha
 vishvamoortih: Of the form of the entire Universe
 vishvayonih: He who incarnates because of the world
 vishvayonih: The womb of the universe
 visishtah: The noblest and most sacred
 visrutaatmaa: He who is called atma in the Vedas
 vistaarah: The extension
 visvabaahuh: He whose hand is in everything
 visva-retaah: The seed of the universe
 viviktah: Separate
 Vriddhaatmaa: The ancient self
 vrikshah: The tree
 vrishaahee: Controller of all actions
 vrishaakapih: He who lifts the world to dharma
 vrishaakritih: The form of dharma
 vrishabhaaksho: One whose eyes rain fulfilment of desires
 vrishabhah: He who showers all dharmas
 vrishah: He who is dharma
 vrishakarmaa: He whose every act is righteous
 vrishaparvaa: The ladder leading to dharma (As well as dharma itself)
 vrishapriyah: One who delights in dharma
 vrishodarah: He from whose belly life showers forth
 vyaadishah: One who is unique in His commanding power
 vyaalah: The serpent (vyaalah) to atheists
 vyaapee: All-pervading
 vyaaptah: The pervader
 vyagrah: One who is ever engaged in fulfilling the devotee's desires
 vyaktaroopah: He who is perceptible to the yogi
 vyavasaayah: Resolute
 vyavasthaanah: The substratum
 yadu-shresthah: The best among the Yadava clan
 yajnaangah: One whose limbs are the things employed in yajna
 yajnaantakrit: One who performs the concluding act of the yajna
 yajnabhrid: The ruler of the yajanas
 yajnabhuk: Receiver of all that is offered
 yajnaguhyam: The person to be realised by yajna
 yajnah: One who is of the nature of yajna
 yajnah: One whose very nature is yajna
 yajnakrit: One who performs yajna
 yajnapatih: The Lord of all yajnas
 yajnasaadhanah: One who fulfils all yajnas
 yajnavaahanah: One who fulfils yajnas in complete
 yajnee: Enjoyer of yajnas
 yajvaa: The one who performs yajna
 yamah: The administrator
 yat: Which
 yogah: He who is realized through yoga
 yoga-vidaam netaa: The guide of those who know yoga
 yogee: One who can be realised through yoga
 yogeeshah: The king of yogis
 yugaadi-krit: The creator of the yugas
 yugaavartah: The law behind time

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