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      

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   

Viswam - The Universe

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

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

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 

Vishnuhu - The All Pervading

Vashatkaraha - He on whose Account Vashatkara is offered.

Bhoothabhavyabhavatprabhuhu - The Lord of present Past and Future.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 

Bhoothakrud - The Evolver of Being

Bhoothabrud - The Sustainer of Beings Bhavaha - The Absolute Existence. Bhootatma - The self of beings

Bhoothabhavanaha - The Generator of Beings Poothatma - The pure self

Paramatma - The Supreme Self

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

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

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

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

Muktanam Paramagatihi - The Supreme goal of the liberated. Avyayah - The unchanging Purushah - The Person Sakshi - The Witness


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kshetragna - The knower of the field Aksharah - The imperishable Yogaha - The Union

Yoga Vidamnetaa - The Guide of those that know yoga Pradhana Purusheshwaraha - The lord of prakriti and purusha Naarasimhavapu - He who has the form of a man lion. Srimaan - United to Lakshmi

Kesavaha - He who has slain the impious Kesin. Puroshothamaha - Best of men Sarvaha - The All

Servaha - The destroyer Sivaha - The pure

Stanuhu - The constant

Bhoothadi - The source of beings

Avyayanidhihi - The imperishable treasure Sambhavaha - The manifestation Bhavanaha - The distributor


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bharthaa - The Sustainer

Prabhavaha - He is of glorious origin Prabhuhu - The most powerful Eeswaraha - The great

Swayambhuhu - The self - born

Sambhuhu - The bestower of good Aaditya - The Sun

Pushkaraksha - The Lotus - eyed

Mahaswanaha - of mighty sound

Anadhinidhanaha - Devoid of Birth and Death Dhataa - The Supporter

Vidhataa - The Dispenser

Dhathuruthamaha - The best of all substances Aprameyaha - The Indefinable

Rishikesaha - The Lord of the senses Padmanabhaha - Lotus Navelled

Amaraprabhuhu - The lord of the immortals


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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        

Viswakarma - The Creator of the Universe Manuhu - The thinker Tvashta- The Reducer

Sthavistaha - The Biggest

Sthavirodhruvaha - Ancient and firm

Agrahyaha - He who cannot be grasped Saswathaha - Ever-existing

Krishnaha - The eternal bliss

Lohithakshaha- The Red eyed

Prathardhanaha - The Destroyer

Prabhuthaha - Well endowed with wisdom

Thrikakubhdama - The base of the three regions Pavithram - The Holy

Param Mangalam - The Beneficient and the Best

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

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

Eesanaha - The Ruler

Pranadaha - The mover of life


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

 Vikramee - The Valiant 

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pranaha - The Life

Jyestaha - The Eldest

Srestaha - The Excellent

Prajapathi - The Lord of beings

Hiranya garbhaha - He who dwells in the Universe Bhugarbhaha - The womb of the earth

Madhavaha - The husband of Lakshmi

Madhusudhanaha - The Slayer of Madhu Eeswaraha - The Omnipotent

Dhanvee - The wielder of the bow Medhavee -Supremely intelligent

Vikramaha - He who rides on the back of Eagle Kramaha - The Walker

Anuthamaha - The Unexcelled

Duradharsha - The Unassailable

Kruthagnaha - knower of actions done


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kruthihi - The effort

Athmavaan - Centered in his own splender Suresaha - The God of Gods Saranaha - The Refuge Sarma - The Bliss

Viswarethaha - The Universal cause

Prajabhavaha - The source of all beings Ahaha - He who shines as day Samvathsaraha - The year Vyalaha - The serpent

Prathyayaha -The Conciousness Sarvadarsanaha - Omnispective Ajaha - The Unborn

Sarveswaraha - The Lord of all

Siddhaha - He who has attained all that has to be attained Siddhihi - The Attainment

Sarvadihi - The Primal Cause


  Achyuthaha - The Unswerving

   Vrushakapihi - Righteousness and the great Boar

  Ameyathma - Immeasurable self

  Sarvayoga vinisruthaha - Devoid of all attachments

  Vasuhu - The Dweller

 

Vasumanaha - He whose mind is supremely pure

  Sathyaha - The Real

  Samathma - Of equal mindedness

  Sammithaha - Acceptable or Accessible

  Samaha - He who is ever with lakshmi

  Amoghaha - The full filler

  Pundareekaksha - He who dwells in the lotus-heart

  Vrushakarma - He who does righteous actions  

Vrushakruthihi - He who is an embodiment of Dharma

  Rudraha - He who liquidates all sorrows

  Bhahusiraha - Myriad-headed


  Babhruhu - The supporter

 

Viswayoni - He who is the cause of the universe

  Suchisravaha - He whose names are pure and pleasing

 

Amruthaha - The immortal

 

Saswathasthanuhu - Eternal and stable

 

Vararohaha - The Supreme goal

 

Mahathapaha - He who possesses great wisom

  Sarvagaha - All pervading

 

Sarvavidbhanuhu - Omniscient and effulgent

   

Vishwaksenaha - By the presence of whom the armies of demons run away in all directions.

  Janardhanaha - The Oppressor or uplifter

   Vedhaha - knowledge of vedas

  Vedavith - The knower of vedas

  Avyamgaha - The perfect

  Vedamgaha - He whose limbs are the Vedas


  

Vedhavith - The Enquirer of the Vedas

  Kavihi - All Seer

 

Lokadhyakshaha - He who presides over the worlds.

 

Suradhyakshaha - He who presides over Gods

 

Dharmadhyakshaha - The Cogniser of Dharma

  Kruthakruthaha - Cause and Effect

  Chathurathma - Four fold in his nature

  Chathurvyuha - He who has four manifestations during evolution

 

Chathurdhamstra - He who has four protuding teeth

  Chathurbhujaha - The four armed

  Bhrajishnuhu - The radiant

  Bhojanam - The Food

  Bhokta - The Enjoyer

  Sahishtuhu - He who forgives the faults to his devotees

  

Jagadadijaha - The first born in the Universe

  Anaghaha - The sinless

   Vijayaha - The Victorious


 

Jetha - He who is ever successful

  Viswayonihi - He who is the all - cause

  Punarvasuhu - The Repeated Dweller

 

Upendraha - He who is above Indra

  Vamanaha - The Beautiful Dwarf

  Pransuhu - The expansive

 

Amoghaha - He whose actions are never in vain

  Suchihi - pure

 

Urjithaha - He who is extremely mighty

 

Athindraha - He who is far superior to Indra in wisdom glory and strength

   Sangraha - All destroyer

  Sargaha - The evolution

  Dhrutatma - The self - supporter

  Niyamaha - The Director

  Yamaha - The inner ruler

  Vedyaha - The knowable

  

Vydyaha - The knower oa all Sciences


  Sadayogi - The Perpetual Yogin

  Veeraha - The slayer of the valliant Rakshasas

   Madhavaha - The Lord of wisdom

  Madhuhu - The Honey

  Atindriyaha - He who transcends all senses

  Mahamayaha - The great juggler

 

Mahotsaha - Of great deligence

 

Mahabalaha - He who is stronger than the strong

 

Mahabhuddhihi- He whose intellect is supreme

   Mahaveeryaha - He who has great energy

   Mahasakthi - Of immence strength

  Mahadyuthihi - Light of Lights

  Anirdesavapuhu - Indefinable

 

Srimaan - Lord of auspiciousness

   Ameyathma - He whose intelligence is immeasurable.

 

Mahadridruk - He who is the uplifter of Mandara and Govardhana moun-


tains.

  

Maheshwasaha - He whose bow is mighty and powerful.

 

Mahabhartha- The supporter of Mother earth

   

Srinivasaha - He on whose chest Lakshmi ever resides

  Sathangathihi - The Refuse of the good

 

Aniruddhaha - He who cannot be obstructed by anyone.

  Surananda - The delighter of Gods.

 

Govindaha - The Protector of Cows

   Govidam Pathihi - The Lord of the wise

  Mareechihi - The refulgent.

   Damanaha - The repressor

  Hamsaha - The final beautiful

  Suparnaha - Of beautiful wings

 

Bhujagothamaha - The best of Serpents

  Hiranya Garbhaha - Of auspicious navel.

   Suthapah - Of excellent austerities

 

Padmanabhaha - He who shines in the lotus of the heart.


   Prajapathihi - The father of beings

  Amruthyuha- Free from Death

                            Sarvadruk - All seeing

 

Simhaha - The Lion

  Sandhatha - The regulator

 

Sandhimaan - He who is never seperated from his devotees.

  Sthiraha - The constant

  Ajaha - Un-born

  Durmarshanaha - The unbearable

  Sastha, Sruthi - The ordainer

  Visruthathma- Of renowned self

  Suraariha- The destroyer of the foes of the Suras

  Guruhu - The teacher

 

Guruthamaha - The supreme master

  Dhama - The supreme abode

  Sathyaha - Truth


  Sathyaparakramaha - Of real valour

 

Nimishaha - He whose eyes are closed

  Animishaha - The unwinking

  Sragwi- The garlanded

 

Vachaspathi Rudharadihi - Of great intellect

 

Agranihi - Leader to the foremost

  Gramanihi - The director of beings

  Srimaan - The radiant

    Nyayaha - The Lozic

  Netha - The regulator or leader

  Sameeranaha - The breath

 

Sahasramurdha - The thousand - headed

  Viswathma - The Universal self

  

Sahasrakshihi - The thousand-eyes

 

Sahasrapaath - The thousand - footed

  Avarthanaha - The turner

   Nivruthathma - The retreated self


   Samvruthaha - He who is Veiled

  Sampramardhanaha - The Crusher

  Ahasamvarthakaha - The regulator of day

  Vahnihi - The Fire

  Anilaha - The Air

 

Dharani Dharaha - The bearer of the earth

  Suprasadaha - The gracious

  Prasannathma - Of pure and delightful nature

   Viswadruk - The supporter of Universe

 

Viswabhuk - The enjoyer of the Universe

  Vibhuhu - The multi-formed

  Sathkartha - The worshipper

 

Sathkruthaha - He who is worshipped

  Sadhuhu - The righteous

  Juhnuhu - The leader of men

  Narayanaha - The cosmic cause

  Naraha - The Guide


  Asankhyeyaha - Countless

  Aprameyethma - Immeasurable Self

  Visistaha - Transcendental

   Sistakruth - The Law maker

  Suchihi - Pure

 

Sidhardhaha - One who has accomplished all that has to be accomplished.

 

Sidhi Sankalpaha - Of accomplished resolutions

  Sidhidaha - Giver of fruits of actions

  Sidhisadhanaha - Means to the goal

 

Vrushahi - The performer of Dharma-sacrifice

  Vrushabhaha - The Showerer

  Vishnuhu - All pervading

  Vrushaparvaha - He who arranges the steps of Dharma

   Vrushodharaha -

  Vardhanaha - The nourisher

   Vardhamanaha - He who expands

  Viviktaha - The solitary


 

Sruthisagaraha - The Ocean of Vedas

  Subhujaha - Of graceful Arms

   Dhurdharaha - He who supports everything

 

Vagmi- He from whom proceeds the eloquence of His glory

  Mahendraha - The Lord of Indra

  Vasudaha - The giver of wealth

  Vasuhu - Wealth

  Nykarupaha - Of many forms

   Bruhadrupaha - Huge form

  Sipavishtihi - He who dwells in the rays of Sun

  Prakasanaha - The illuminator

 

Ojasthejo dyuthidaraha - Possessed of Life-energy Valour and Effulgence.

 

Prakasathma - The luminous self

  Prathapanaha - The burner

 

Budhaha - Endowed with righteousness, knowledge and dispassion.

 

Spastaksharaha - He who is clearly indicated by the supreme sound 'OM'


 

Mantraha- He who is known through the mantras.

  Chandransuhu - Rays of the moon

 

Bhaskaradyuthihi - Resplendent like the sun

  Amrutamsudhbhavaha - The source of the moon

  Bhanuhu - Self - effulgent

   Sasibhinduhu - The Nourisher

  Sureswaraha - The God of Gods

  Ashadhaha - The medicine

  Jagathsethuhu - The limit of the world

 

Sathyadharma Parakramaha - Of true righteousness and prowness

 

Bhuthabhavya Bhavannadhaha - The Lord of beings past, present and future

  Pavanaha - The purifier

   Pavanaha - He who moves the wind

  Analaha - The fire

  Kamaha - The destroyer of desire

   Kamakruth - The fulfiller of desires


 

Kanthaha - He who is of lovely and enchanting of form

   Kamaha - He who is sought

 

Kamapradaha - He who gratifies the desires

  Prabhuhu - The Lord

  Yugadikruth - The creator of yugas

 

Yugavarthaha - He who rotates the wheel of yugas

  Nykamayaha - Of many illusory forms.

  Mahasanaha - The great eater

 

Adryusyaha - The invisible

  Vyaktarupaha - He whose form is manifested

  Sahasrajith - The conqueror of thousands

        Ananthajith - Ever - victorious

 

Istaha - The pleasant

  Anisistaha - The permeator

  Sisthestaha - Loved by the learned

  Sikhandi - The peacock - feathered


  Nahushaha - He who binds jivas in samsara by his maya

 

Vrushaha - Of the nature of Dharma

  Krodhaha - The destroyer of Anger

   Krodhakruthkartha - The slayer of angry ones

  Viswabhahu - With arms on all sides

 

Maheedharaha - The bearer of the earth

    Achyuthaha - unswerving

 

Pradhithaha - He who is famous

  Pranaha - The Vital Breath

  Pranadaha - The life-giver

 

Vasavanujaha - The younger brother of Indra

  Apannidhihi - The Ocean

  Adhistanam - The substratum

  Apramathaha - Ever attentive

   Prathistithaha - Established in his own glory.

  Skandaha - He who flows

 

Skandadharaha - The supporter of the path of Virtue


  Dhuryaha - The bearer of the yoke

 

Varadaha - The bestower of boons

   Vayuvahanaha - The Director of vayus

 

Vesudevaha - He who resides everywhere

   Bruhadbhanu - Possessed of great rays

   Adidevaha - The first deity

  Purandharaha - The destroyer of the cities

 

Asokaha - The unafflicted

 

Taranaha - He who enables one to cross the Ocean of Samsara

  Taraha - The reliever

  Suraha - The Valiant

  Sowrihi - The son of Sura

 

Janeswaraha - Lord of Men

  Anukulaha - The friend

  Sathavarthaha - He who incarnates hundreds of times

  Padmi- With the lotus in his hand

  

Padmanibhekshanaha - He whose eyes are lotus like


 

Padmanabhaha - has a lotus in the naval

 

Aravindakshaha - He whose eyes are similar to the lotus

 

Padmagarbhaha - He who dwells in the lotus heart of

  Sareerabruth - Nourisher of bodies

 

Mahardhihi - He whose prosperity is enormous

 

Bhudhaha - The expanse of the universe.

  Vrudharthma - The ancient self

  Mahakshaha - The great eyed

 

Garudadwajaha - He whose flag bears the emblem of the eagle.

 

Athulaha - Incomparable

 

Sarabhaha - One who dwells and shines forth through the bodies

  Bhimaha - The awe-inspiring

  Samayagnaha - He whose worship gives equal vision.

  Havirhavihi - The receiver of oblations

  Sarvalakshana Lakshmanyaha - known through all methods of proofs.

  Lakshmivaan - The consort of Lakshmi

  Samithinjayaha - Victorious in battle


 

Viksharaha- Undecaying

  Rohithaha - Fish

  Maargaha - The path

   Hethuhu - The cause

 

Damodharaha - He who is known through the mind which is purified by means of self-control.

 

Sahaha - All enduring

 

Maheedharaha - The bearer of the earth

 

Mahabhagaha - The ever fortunated

  Vegavaan - He who is swift

  Amithasanaha - of limitless appetite

   Udbhavaha - The origin

  Kshobhanaha - The agitator

 

Devaha - He who revels

 

Sri garbhaha - Containing all glories in Himself

 

Parameswaraha - The Supreme Lord

  Karanam - The Instrument


  Kaaranam- The Cause

  Kartha - The doer

  Vikartha - The creator of the varied universe

   Gahanaha - The unknowable

  Guhaha - The concealed

   Vyavasayaha - Resolute

   Vyavasthanaha - The basis

  Samstaanaha - The ultimate goal

  Stanadaha - He who confers right abode

  Druvaha - The firm

 

Parardhihi - The Supreme manifestation

  paramaspasta - The extremely vivid

 

Thustaha - The contented

 

Pustaha - The full

 

Subhekshanaha - Of auspicious look

  Ramaha - He who revels in all

  Viramaha - The abode of rest


  Virathaha - Passionless

  Maargaha - The path

  Neyaha - He who leads

  Nayaha - The leader

  Anayaha - He who has no leader

  Veeraha - Valiant

 

Sakthimatham Sresthaha- The mightiest of the mighty

 

Dharmaha - Personification of Dharma

 

Dharma Vidhuthamaha - The best of the knowers of Dharma

 

Vikuntaha - He who unites together the elements at the beginning of creation

  Purushaha - The person

  

Pranaha - He who is life-breath of all beings

  Pranadaha - The one who gives prana

 

Pranavaha - That which is praised

  Pridhuhu - The expanded

  Hiranyagarbhaha - The creator of Brahma


 

Sathrugnuhu - The destroyer of enemies

  Vyapthaha - The pervader

  Veyuhu - He who blows or carries

  Adhokshajaha - He who does not decline

  Ruthuhu - Seasons

  Sudarsanaha - He who is of bewitching eyes

  Kalaha - Time

    Paramesti - Centered in his own glory

 

Parigrahaha - The receiver

  Ugraha - Terrible

  Samvathsaraha - The abode

  Dhakshaha - The prompt

  Visramaha - The resting place

   Viswadakshinaha - The most skilful

  Vistaraha - The extention

 

Stavarah Stanuhu - The firm and motionless

  Pramanam - The standard


 

Bheejamavyayam- The undecaying seed

 

Ardhaha - He who is desired by all

 

Anardhaha - He who has no desires

   Mahakosaha - Possessed of great sheaths

  Mahabhogaha - The great bliss

  Mahadhanaha - The great wealth

  Anirvinaha - Griefless

  

Stavistaha - He who appears in the gross visible cosmic form

  Abhuhu - unborn

  Dharmayupaha - The binding post for Dharma

 

Mahamakhaha - The great sacrificer

   Nakshathranemihi - The Nave of the stars

  Nakshathri - The Moon

 

Kshamaha - Patience

  Kshamaha - He who alone remains

  Sameehanaha - Well - desiring

  Yagnaha - Sacrifice


   Ijyaha- The Object of sacrifice

 

Mahejyaha - He who is to be specially worshipped

 

Krathuhu - The sacrifice with the sacrificial post

 

Sathram - The Protector of the good

  Sathamgathihi - The refuge of the good

  Sarvadarsi - All Seer

  Vimukthathma - The Liberated self

  Sarvagnaha - All knowing

  Gnanamuthamam - Supreme wisdom

  Suvrathaha - The pure vow

 

Sumukhaha - He who has a charming countenance

 

Sukshmaha - The subtle

 

Sughoshaha - Of auspicious sound

 

Sukhadaha - The Conferrer of happiness

           Suhruth - Friend

  Manoharaha - The charming


 

Jithakrodhaha - The conqueror of anger

  Veerabhahuhu - He whose arms are Valiant

  Vidharanaha - The Tearer

  Swapanaha - Stupefying

 

Swavasaha - The independent

  Vyapi - All pervading

  Nykathma - Many souled

  Nyka Karmakruth- He who does many actions

  Vathsaraha - The adobe of all

  Vathlaha - The affectionate

  Vathsi - Father

  Rathnagarbhaha - The jewel wombed

 

Dhaneswaraha - The lord of wealth

 

Dharmagup- The protector of Dharma

  

Dharmakruth - The Doer of Dharma

 

Dharmi - The supporter of Dharma

  Sath - The existence


  Asath - The limited

  Ksharaha - The perishable

  Aksharaha - The imperishable

  Avignatha - The non-knower

  Sahasransu - The thousand rayed

  Vidhatha - The all supporter

 

Kruthalakshanaha - He who is the author of the Vedas

 

Gabhastinemihi - The centre of the planetary systems

 

Sathvasthaha- He who resides in all beings

   Simhaha - The lion

 

Bhootha Maheswaraha - The great lord of beings

 

Adidevaha - The primordial deity.

 

Mahadevaha - The great deity

 

Devesaha - Lord of all Gods

  Devabrudguruhu - The teacher of the Lord of the Devas

  Utharaha - The most excellent

  Gopathihi - The Shepherd


  Goptha - The protector

  

Gnanagamyaha - To be attained by Gyana alone

   Purathanaha - The ancient

  Sareerabhoothabruth - The nourishser of the elements of the body

  Bhokthaa - The enjoyer

 

Kapeendraha - The Lord of monkeys

   Bhuridhakshinaha- He who gives large gifts in sacrifices

   Somapaha - The quaffer of Soma

 

Amruthapaha - The quaffer of immortalising Elixir

  Somaha - The moon

   Purujith - The conqueror of many

 

Purusathamaha - He who is greater than the great

  Vinayaha - The Law

  Jayaha - The Victorious

  Sathyasandhaha - Of truthful

 

Dasarhaha - He who was born in the Dasarha race


  Saathvathampathihi - The Lord of

 

Jeevaha - The individual self

  Vinayitha Saakshi - The witness of modesty

 

Mukundaha - The giver of Liberation

 

Amitha Vikramaha - Of unmeasured prowess

           Ambhonidhihi - The resting place of Gods and others

  Ananthathma - Of infinite self

  Mahodhadhisayaha - The recliner on the great ocean

  Anthakaha - The death

  Ajaha - Unborn

 

Maharhaha - He who deserves the highest worship

  Swabhavyaha - Centred in His own self

 

Jithamithra - He who has conquered, Enemies

  Pramodanaha - Ever joyful

  Anandaha - The Bliss

  Nandanaha - The source of happiness


  Nandaha - He who is freed from ephemeral joys

 

Sathya Dharma - Of true Dharma

   Trivikramaha - The three stepped

  Maharshihi Kapilacharyaha - Kapilacharya, the great sage

  

Kruthagnaha - The universe and its soul

 

Medhineepathihi - The Lord of the earth

  Thripadaha - The Three-stepped

  Thridasaadhyakshaha -The Lord of three states

   Mahasrungaha - The great horned

  

Kruthanthakruth - The destroyer of death

  Mahavaraaha - The great boar

 

Govindaha - He who recovered the earth from deep sea

  Sushenaha - With good armies

  Kanakangadhee - Having golden armlets

 

Guhyaha - He who is hidden in the heart-cave

          Gabheeraha - The immearsurable depth


  Gahanaha - Impenetrable

  Gupthaha - The concealed

  Chakragadhadharaha - The bearer of discus and mace

  Vedhaha - The creator

            Swangyaha - Self-instrumental

   Ajithaha - Unconquered

 

Krishnaha - The dark-complexioned

  Drudaha - The firm

   Sankarshanochyuthaha - The involver and unswerving

  Varunaha - The setting Sun

  Vaarunaha - The sons of Varunah

  Vrukshaha - The tree

 

Pushkarakshaha - He who expands and fills the sky

  Mahamanaha - Of great mind

  Bhagawaan- He who has six divine glories

  Bhagaha - The destroyer of wealth


  Anandee - The delighter

 

Vanamaalee - Wearing the garland named Vaijayanti

  Phalayudhaha - Armed with a plough

  Aadithyaha - The beautiful Dwarf

 

Jyothiradithyaha - He who resides in the disc of the Sun

  Sahistuhu - The endurer

 

Gathisathamaha - The refuge and the best

  Sudhanva - He who has a beautiful bow

  Khandaparasuhu - With a punishing axe

   Darunaha - Merciless

  Dravinapradaha - The giver of wealth

  Divah sruk- The sky reaching

  Sarvadrugvyasaha - Omniscient Vyasa

 

Vechaspathi Rayonijaha - The Lord of knowledge and unborn

  Trisamaa - He who is praised by the three Samas

  Samagaha - The singer of saman

  Sama - The samaveda


  Niryanam - Ever-free

  Beshajam - The medicine

  Bhishak - The physician

 

Samnyasakruth - The institutor of Sanyasa stage

  Samaha - The calm

  Santhaha - Tranquil

  Nista - The abode of all beings during the deluge

  Santhihi - The peace

   Parayanam - The Supreme goal

  Subhangaha - The handsome

 

Santhidaha - The conferrer of peace

  Srashta - The creator

                               Kumudaha - He who delights in the earth

  Kuvalesayaha - The recliner upon the waters

  

Gohithaha - He who lightens the burden of the earth

 

Gopathihi - The Lord of the earth


  Goptha - The protector

  

Vrushabhaksha - Dharma - eyed

 

Vrushapriyaha -Delighting in Dharma

  Anivarthi - Never retreating

  Nivrutatma- Of restrained-self

  Samksheptha - Involver

 

Kshemakruth - The doer of good

  Sivaha - The purifier

  

Srivathvakshaha - Having the mark Srivatsa upon his sacred chest

  Srivasaha - The abode of Lakshmi

 

Sripathihi - The Lord of Lakshmi

 

Srimathamvaraha - The chief of those that possess Sri

  Sri dhaha - The bestower of wealth

 

Sri Saha- The Lord of wealth

   Srinivasaha - Abiding always with wealthy

 

Sri nidhihi- The treasure house of Sri

 

Sri Vibhavanaha - The distributor of wealth


  Sridharha - The bearer of Sri

 

Srikaraha - The Conferrer of Sri

  Sreyaha - Liberation

  Srimaan - The possessor of Sri

 

Lokathrayasrayaha - The refuse of the three worlds

 

Swakshaha - Beautiful - eyed

  Swangaha - Beautiful - limbed

  Satanandaha - Of infinite bliss

  Nandihi - The supreme bliss

 

Jyothirganeswaraha - The lord of the hosts of luminaries

  Vijithathma - Of conquered mind

 

Vidheyathma - He who is pliable in the hands of the devotees

  Sathkeerthi - Of pure fame

 

Chinna Samsayaha - He who is freed from doubts

  Udeernaha - Transcendent

 

Sarvathaschakshuhu - He whose eyes are every where

  Aneesaha - The supreme or ultimate


 

Sasvathasthiraha - Eternal and Stable

 

Bhoosayana - Resting on the ground

  Bhushanaha - Adorning the world

  Bhoothihi - Be-ness or Existence

  Visokaha - The griefless

  Sokanasanaha - The destroyer of grief

 

Archishmaan - The resplendent

  Archithaha - The worshipped

  Kumbhaha - The pot

  Visuddharthma- Of pure Atman

  Visodhanaha - The purifier

  

Anirudhdhaha - He who is inviniable by his enemies

  Aprathiradhaha - Without Enemies

  Pradyumna - Very rich

 

Amitha Vikramaha - Of limitless powers

  Kalaneminiha - The slayer of Kalanemi

  Veeraha - The Valiant


  Sowrihi - Born in the Sure clan

 

Surajaneswaraha - The Lord of the Valiant

 

Thrilokathma - The soul of the three world

 

Trilokesaha - The ruler of the three worlds

 

Kesavaha - He who has long hairs

  Kesiha - The slayer of Kesin an Asura

  Harihi - The destroyer

    Kamadevaha - He who is desired by all

     Kamapalaha - He who safeguards the devotees

  Kamee - Of fulfilled desires

 

Kanthaha - He whose form is ravishing and lovely

  Kruthagamaha - The author of the holy Scriptures

  Anirdesyavapuhu - Of indescribable form

 

Vishnuhu - His Divine splendour fills the firmament and remains beyond

 

Veeraha - He who is full of actions as imported by the root 'vi'

  Ananthaha - Infinite


 

Dhanujayaha - The conqueror of wealth

 

Brahmanaha - The Friend of Brahman

     Brahmakruth - The author of Brahman

  Brahma - The Creator

  Brahma - The biggest

 



Brahmavivardhanaha - The increasor of Brahman

  Brahmavith - The knower of Brahman

 

Brahmanaha - He who dissiminates the Vedic knowledge

  Brahmee - The manifestation of Brahma

  Brahmayagnaha - The realiser of Brahman

  Brahmanapriyaha - The lover of Brahmanas

 

Mahakramaha - He who leads the devotees in progressive lines

   Mahakarma - Of great deeds

  Mahatejaa - Of great radiance

 

Mahoragaha - The great serpent

 

Mahakratuhu - The great sacrifice

  Mahayajwa - The great sacrificer


 

Mahayagnaha - The great yagna

    Mahahavihi - The great offering

 

Stavyaha - He who is paised by all

  Stavapriyaha - Delighting in praise

  Stotram - The hymn

  Stuthihi - The act of praise

  Stotha - The Adorer

  Ranapriyaha - Delighting in battle

  Purnaha - The full

  Puraitha - He that fills

  Punyaha - The Holy

  Punyakeerthihi - Of Holy Fame

 

Anamayaha - Of uncorrupted essence

  Manojavaha - Fleet as mind

 

Theerdhakaraha - The founder of all sciences

 

Vasurethaha - He whose essence is gold

 

Vasupradaha - The giver of wealth


 

Vasupradaha - The Conferrer of salvation

  Vasudevaha - The Son of Vasu

  Vasuhu - The Refuge of all

  Vasumanaha - Omnipresent

   Havihi - The oblation

  Sadgathihi - The Refuge of the good

  Sathkruthihi - Of good acts

  Sathatha- The state of Be-ness

  Sadbhoothihi - Of supreme intelligence

 

Sathparayanaha - The supreme goal of the good

  Surasenaha - Of valiant armies

 

Yadusrestaha - The Chief of the Yadus

 

Sannivasaha - The abode of the good

   Suyamunaha - Attended by good Yamunas

  Bhoothavasaha - The abode of beings

          Vasudevaha - He who envelops the universe with maya


  Sarvasu Nilaya- The abode of all souls

  Analaha - The unlimited

  Darpaha - The repressor of pride

  Darpadaha - The giver of pride

 

Drupthaha - He who always enjoys the divine bliss

  Durdharaha - Very difficult to contemplate upon

  Aparajithaha - The unconquered

  Viswamoorthyhi - The world formed

 

Mahamoorthihi - The great formed

  Deeptamoorthihi - Wisdom formed

  Amoorthimaan - Having no form

  Anekamoorthihi - Many formed

 

Avyaktaha - Unmanifest

  Satamoorthihi - Myriad - formed

  Sathananaha - Many faced

  Ekaha - The one

  Nykaha - The many


                     Savaha - The Soma Sacrifice

  Kaha - Bliss

  Kim - What ?

  Yath - Which

  Thath - That

  Padam - The unequalled seat

 

Lokabandhuhu - The friend of the universe

 

Lokanaadhaha - The Lord of the universe

 

Madhavaha - He who is to be realised through contem plation and meditation.

  Bhaktavatsala - Merciful to his devotees

  Suvarnavarnaha - Golden hued

  Hemangaha - He who has limbs of gold

  Varangaha - With beautiful limbs

                                         Chandanangadi - Smeared with the sandal and adorned with armlets

 

Veeraha - The slayer of the Valiant


 

Vishamaha - Unequalled

  Sunyaha - The void

  

Gruthachee - He who is free from all desires

 

Achalaha - The immovable

 

Chalaha - The moving

 

Amaanee - He who has no egotism

  Maanadaha - The giver of honour

  Maanyaha - To be worshipped

 

Lokaswamy - The Lord of all the fourteen Lokas

 

Trilokadruk - The supporter of the three worlds.

 

Sumedhaa - Of bright intelligence

  Medhajaha - Born in the sacrifice

  Dhanyaha - Fortunate

 

Sathyamedhaha - Of unfailing intelligence

 

Dharadharaha - The support of the earth

  Tejovrushaha - He that showers radiance

  Dyuthidharaha - The bearer of Effulgence


 

Sarvasastra Brutamvaraha - The best of those that wield weapons

               

Pragraha - He who controls the horse-like senses by his grace as with reins

  Nigraha - The controller

 

Vyagraha - Ever intent in the matter of fulfilling the desires of the devotees

  Nykasrungaha - The many horned

 

Gadagrajaha - The elder brother of Gada

  Chathurmoorthihi - Four - formed

  Chathurbahuhu- Four - armed

       Chathurvyuhaha - Having four manifestations

  Chathurgathihi - The goal of the four

  Chathurathma - The clear minded

   Chathurbhavaha - The source of the four

 

Chathurvedavith - The knower of the four Vedas

  Ekapath - The one-footed

  Samavarthaha - The skilful turner

   Anivruthathma - He who never turns away from anything


  Durjayaha - The invincible

  Durathikramaha -Readily obeyed

 

Durlabhaha - Obtained with effort

  Durgamaha - known with difficulty

  Durgaha - Not easily realised

  Duravasaha - Not easily lodged

  Durariha - The slayer of the Asuras

  Subhangaha - Of beautiful limbs

 

Lokasarangaha - The drainer of the essence of the universe

  Suthanthuhu - Beautifully expanded

 

Thanthuvardhanaha - The progressor or the destroyed

  Indrakarma - Resembling Indra in his actions

  Mahakarma - Of great deeds

  Kruthakarma - Of fulfilled achievements

 

Kruthagamaha - The author of the Vedas

  Udbhavaha - Of superior birth

 

Sundaraha - Of unequalled beauty


 

Sundaha - Of great mercy

  Ratnagarbhaha - Of beautiful naval

  Sulochanaha - With charming eyes

  Arkaha - The worshipped

  Vajasanaha - The giver of food

  Srungi - The horned

  Jayanthaha - The conqueror

  Sarvavijaee - The Omniscient and Victorious

  Suvarnabindu - With limbs radiant like gold

 

Akshobhyaha - The unruffled

  Sarvavaageeswareswaraha - The Lord of the Lords of speech

 

Mahahradaha - The great pons

  Mahagarthaha - The great Chasm

  Mahabhoothaha - The great being

  Mahanidhihi - The great abode

    Kumudaha - He that gladdens the earth


  Kundaraha - He who tore the earth

 

Kundaha - He who made a gift of this earth unto Kasyapa

      Parjanya - He who is the rain-charged cloud

  Pavanaha - The purifier

  Anilaha- Un-induceable

 

Amruthansaha - He who gives the nectar

 

Amruthavapuhu - He who has the immortal form

  Sarvagna - The Omniscient

  Sarvathomukhaha - Having faces on all sides

  Sulabhaha - Easily attainable

 

Suvrathaha - He who is of excellent vows

  Sidhihi - The perfection

  

Sathrujith - The conqueror of foes

          Sathruthapanaha - The scorcher of the foes

 

Nyagrodhaha - He who controls and veils all beings by his maya

 

Udumbaraha - He who nourishes the universe in the shape of food


 

Aswasthaha - The tree of mundane existence

  

Chanoorandhra Nishoodhanaha - The slayer of chanura, the wrestler

 

Sahasrarchi - He who has innumerable rays

  Saptajihva - He who has seven tongues

 

Sapthaidhaha - He who has seven flames

  Saptavahanaha - He who has seven horses

  Amoothihi - The formless

 

Anaghaha - The sinless

  Achinthyaha - unthinkable

  Bhayakruth - He who causes fear

  Bhayanasanaha - The destroyer of peace

  Anuhu - The subtle

  Bruhath - The great

   Krusaha - The thin

  Stulaha - The stout

  Gunabruth - He who is possessed of attributes

 

Nirgunaha - He who transcends all attributes


  Mahaan - The greatest

   Adhruthaha - Unsustained

  Swadruthaha - Self - sustained

   Swasyaha - He from whom emanated the Vedas

 

Pragwamsaha - He who has the ancient ancestry

 

Vamsavardhanaha - The expander of the Universe

 

Bharabruth - The bearer of weight

  Kadhithaha - He who is described by the Vedas

  Yogi - He who revels in his own self

 

Yogeesa - The lord of yogins

 

Sarvakamadaha - The bestower of all wishes

  Aasramaha - The resting place

  Sramanaha - The Scorcher

  Kshamaha - The reducer

  Suparnaha - Having good leavers

  Vayuvahanaha - The mover of the wind

 

Dhanurdharaha - The wielder of the bow


 

Dhanurvedaha - The knower of the science of archery

 

Dandaha - He who is screptre

 

Damaetha - The punisher

  Dhamaha - Self-control

  Aparajithaha - Unconquerable

 

Sarvasaha - He who tolerates all his enemies

  Niyantha - The ordainer

  Aniyamaha - The unrestrained

 

Ayamaha - He who knows no death

 

Satvavaan- Possessed of Satva

 

Sathwikaha - He who is full of sattvic qualities

  Sathyaha - He who is true to the wise

                                         Sathyadharma Parayanaha - Ever devoted to truthfulness and Dharma

   Abhiprayaha - The desired

  Priyarhaha - Worthy of being loved

  Arhaha- The worshipped


  Priyakruth - The fulfiller of desires

  Prithivardhanaha - The increaser of pleasure

  Vihayasagathihi - He who has his abode in the firmament

  Jyothihi - The light

  Suruchihi - Of good effulgence

   Huthabhuk - The consumes of oblations

 

Vibhuhu - He who is the undisputed master of all the worlds

  Ravihi - The Sun

  Vilochanaha - Of various tastes

 

Suryaha - He who generates all kinds of wealth

 

Savithaha - He who brings forth all the universe

 

Ravilochanaha - He who has the Sun as his eye

  Ananthaha - The Endless

  Huthabhuk - The consumer of oblations

  Bhokthaa - The enjoyer

  Sukhadaha - The conferror of bliss


  Nykajaha - Having numerous births

  Agrajaha - The First-born

 

Anirvinnaha - He who knows no dejection

  Sadamarshi - He who forgives the good

  Lokadhisthanam - The Stay of the worlds

 

Adbhuthaha - The wonderful

 

Sanaath - Of long duration

  Sanaathana thamaha - The most ancient

  Kapilaha - Kapila the great Rishi

  Kapihi - The Sun

  Avyayaha - The indestructible resting place

 

Swasthidaha - The conferror of all blessings

 

Swasthikruth - The doer of good

 

Swasthi - He whose nature is auspiciousness

 

Swasthibhuk - The enjoyer of auspiciousness

 

Swasthidhakshinaha - He who grows in auspiciousnessness

 


Aroudraha - He who is not wrathful

 

Kundalee - He how wears on his two ears two ear-rings

  Chakree - The bearer of discus

 

Vikramee - Endowed with prowess

  Urjitha Sasanaha - Of powerful commands

 

Sabthathigaha - Transcending speech

 

Sabdhasaha - He whom alone all the Vedas proclaim

   Sisiraha - The dewy season

 

Sarvareekaraha - The maker of night

 

Akruraha - He who is devoid of Cruelty

                   Pesalaha - Beautiful

 

Dhakshaha - The prompt

  Dhakshinaha - The skilful

 

Kshaminam Varaha - The Chief among those that forbear

  Vidwathamaha - The foremost among the learned

 

Veethabhayaha - He who transcends all fears

 


Punyasravana keerthanaha - He whose names and acts heard and recited lead to auspiciousness

  Utharanaha - The Redeemer

   Dushkruthiha - The destroyer of sins

  Punyaha - The holy

 

Duswapnanasanaha - The dispeller of evil dreams

         Veeraha - The destroyer of various evil paths

  Rakshanaha - The Protector

 

Samthaha - The holy ones

  Jeevanaha - The sustainer of life

 

Paryavasthithaha - He who exists overspreading the Universe

  Anantharoopaha - Of infinite forms

  Ananthasreeha - Of infinite power

 

Jithamanyuhu - Of subdued wrath

  Bhayapaha - The destroyer of fear

  Chathurasraha - The just

  Gabheeraathma - Of immeasurable self

   


Vidhisaha - The bestower of diverse fruits

           Vyadisaha - He who sets diverse commands

  Disaha - The giver

 

Anadihi - The beginningless

  Bhoorbhuvaha - The supporter of the earth

 

Lakshmihi - The resplendent

  Suveeraha - Of various auspicious movements

 

Ruchirangadihi - Adorned with two beautiful bracelets

  Jananaha - The creator

  Jana janmadihi - The primeval cause of beings

  Bheemaha - The terror

  Bheemaparakramaha - Of fearful powers

   Adharanilayaha - The resting place of that which supports

 

Adhatha - He who is without support

   Pustahasaha - The blossom of the universe flower

  Prajagaraha - The ever-awake

 


Urdhwagaha - The upper most

 

Sathpadhacharaha - walking in the path of righteousness

  Pranadaha - The life-giver

 

Pranavaha - The Monosyllable 'OM'

  Panaha - He who has dealings

   Pramanaha - wisdom

  Prananilayaha - The resting place of beings

  

Pranabruth - The sustainer of prana

  Pranajeevanaha - The life of beings

  Thathwam - The reality

  Thathwavith - The knower of the truth

  Ekaathma - The one Atman

           Janmamruthyu Jarathigaha - He who transcends birth, death and old age

 

Bhoorbhuvaha Swastharuhu - He who is the sap in the tree of life existing in three worlds

  Taraha - The rescuer

  Savitha - The father


   Prapitha mahaha - The great grand sire

 

Yagnaha - He whose very nature is sacrifice

  Yagnapathihi - The Lord of Sacrifice

  Yajwa - The sacrificer

  Yagnangaha - Having the sacrifices for his limbs

  Yagnavahanaha - The fulfiller of the yagnas

 

Yagnabruth - The upholder of the sacrifice

  

Yagnakruth - The creator of the sacrifices

  Yagnee- The master of the sacrifices

   Yagnabhook- The enjoyer of sacrifice

  Yagnasadhanaha - Having the sacrifices as means

  

Yagnanthakruth - The giver of the result of sacrifice

 

Yagnaguhyam - He who is the secret of sacrifice

  Annam - The food

 

Annadaha - The eater of food

  Athmayonihi - The self - cause

  Swayamjaathaha - The Self-born


   Vykhanaha - Removes worldly suffering

  Samagayanaha - Praised by Samas

 

Devakinandanaha - The son of Devaki

 

Srastha - The creator

 

Kshithisaha - The Lord of the earth

  Papanasanaha - The destroyer of sins

  Sankhabruth - The bearer of Conch shell

 

Nandakee - The wielder of the sword called Nandaka

  Chakree- He who has discuss

 

Sara dhanwa - The wielder of the bow called saranga

  Gadadharaha - The bearer of club

 

Radhangapani - With car - wheel in his hand

 

Akshobhyaha - He who is incpable of beaing agitated

 

Sarva Praharanaayudhaha - He who is armed with all kinds of destructive weapons.

Vishnu Sahasra Namamulu  

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