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1008 Names of Lord Vishnu Mantra in English With Meaning

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1) Vishvam – The Lord Who is the Universe Itself
2) Vishnu – The Lord Who Pervades Everywhere
3) Vashatkara – The Lord Who is Invoked for Oblations
4) Bhootabhavya-bhavat-prabhuh – The Lord of Past, Present and Future
5) Bhoota-krit – The Creator of All Creatures
6) Bhoota-bhrit – The Lord Who Nourishes All Creatures
7) Bhava – The Absolute Existence
8) Bhootatma – The Lord Who is the Soul of Every Being in the Universe
9) Bhootabhavana – The Lord Who Nurtures Every Being in the Universe
10) Pootatma – The Lord With an Extremely Pure Essence
11) Paramatma – The Supreme Soul
12) Muktanam Parama Gatih – The Ultimate Range of the Liberated
13) Avyayah – The Lord Who is Always Same
14) Purushah – The Lord Who is Inside Every Body
15) Sakshi – The Lord Who is the Witness of Everything that Happens
16) Kshetragyah – The Knower of the Field
17) Akshara – The Undecaying
18) Yogah – The Lord Who is Realized Through Yoga
19) Yoga-vidaam Neta – The Lord Who is the Leader of All Those Who Know Yoga
20) Pradhana-Purusheshwara – The One Who is the Lord of Nature and Beings
21) Narasimha Vapuh – The Lord Whose Form is Man-Lion
22) Shriman – The Lord Who is Always With Sri (Lakshmi)
23) Keshava – The Lord Who has Beautiful Locks of Hair
24) Purushottama – The Supreme Controller
25) Sarwa – The Lord Who is Everything
26) Sharva – The Lord Who Destroys Everything When the Deluge comes
27) Shiva – The Lord Who is Eternally Pure
28) Sthanu – The Immovable
29) Bhootadi – The Lord From Whom All the Beings Evolved
30) Nidhiravyaya – The Imperishable Treasure
31) Sambhava – The One Who is All that Happens
32) Bhavana – The Lord Who Gives Everything to His Devotees
33) Bharta – The Lord Who Governs the Entire Living World
34) Prabhava – The Lord in Whom All Things were Born
35) Prabhu – The Almighty Lord
36) Ishwara – The Lord Who Controls and Rules All Beings
37) Swayambhu – The Lord Who Manifests from Himself
38) Shambhu – The Bestower of Happiness
39) Aditya – The Sun or The son of Aditi
40) Pushkaraksha – The Lord Who has Lotus Like Eyes
41) Mahaswana – The Lord Who has a Thundering Voice
42) Anadinidhana – The Lord Without Origin or End
43) Dhata – The Lord Who Supports All Fields of Experience
44) Vidhata – The Lord Who Creates All Actions and Their Results
45) Dhaturuttama – The Lord Who is Greater than the Creator (Brahma)
46) Aprameya – The Lord Who is Beyond Rules, Regulations and Definitions
47) Hrishikesha – The Lord of Senses
48) Padmanabha – The Lord Who has a Lotus (From Which the World Evolved) Growing on his Belly
49) Amara Prabhu – The Lord of Immortals
50) Vishwa-Karma – The Creator of the Universe

51) Manu – The Lord Who Thinks (Worries) of Everything
52) Twashta – The Lord Who Makes Huge Things Small
53) Sthavishtha – The Supremely Gross
54) Sthaviro-Dhruva – The Lord Who is Ancient and Permanent
55) Agrahya – The Lord Who is Not Perceived Sensually
56) Sashwata – The Lord Who Always Remains the Same
57) Krishna – The Lord Whose Complexion is Dark
58) Lohitaksha – The Lord Who has Red Eyes
59) Pratardana – The Destroyer in Deluge
60) Prabhoota – The Lord Who is Full of Wealth and Knowledge
61) Trika-Kubdhama – The Lord of all Directions
62) Pavitram – The Lord Who Gives Purity to the Heart
63) Mangalam-Param – The Supreme Auspiciousness
64) Ishana – The Lord Who Rules Over Everything
65) Pranada – The Bestower of Vital Breaths
66) Prana – The Lord Who is the Soul
67) Jyeshtha – The Lord Who is Elder to All Others
68) Shreshtha – The Lord Who is Better Than All Others
69) Prajapati – The One Who is the Chief of All Human Beings
70) Hiranyagarbha – The Lord Who Dwells in the Womb of the World
71) Bhoogarbha – The Lord Who Carries the Earth Within Himself
72) Madhava – The Lord Who is the Consort of Lakshmi
73) Madhusudana – Destroyer of the Demon Madhu
74) Ishwara – The Contoller
75) Vikrami – The Lord Who has Valour
76) Dhanvi – The Lord Who is the Supreme Archer
77) Medhavi – The Lord Who is the Supreme Intelligence
78) Vikrama – The Lord Who has Measured the Worlds
79) Krama – The Lord Who has Spread Everywhere
80) Anuttama – The Lord Who Does Not Have Anybody Better Than Him
81) Duradharsha – The Lord Who Cannot be Attacked Successfully
82) Kritagya – The Lord Who Knows Good and Bad of All Beings
83) Kriti – The Lord Who Rewards All Our Actions
84) Atmavan – The Self in All Beings
85) Suresha – The One Who is the Lord of All Gods
86) Sharanam – The Refuge
87) Sharma – The Lord Who is Himself Infinite Bliss
88) Vishwareta – The Lord Who is the Seed of This Universe
89) Prajhabhava – The Lord Who is the Reason for Existence of Human Beings
90) Aha – The Lord Who is as Bright as the Day
91) Samvatsara – The Lord Who is Personification of the Year
92) Vyala – The Lord Who Cannot be Caught Like the Great Serpent
93) Pratyaya – The Lord Who is Personification of Knowledge
94) Sarvadarshana – The Lord Who Sees (Knows) Everything
95) Aja – The Lord Who Does Not Have Birth
96) Sarveshwara – The Lord of All
97) Siddha – The Lord Who is Always Everywhere
98) Siddhi – The Lord Who is the Desirable Effect of Everything
99) Sarvadi – The Lord Who is the Primary Reason for Everything
100) Achyuta – The Lord Who Does Not Slip

101) Vrishakapi – The Lord Who is the Personification of Dharma and Varaha
102) Ameyatma – The Lord Whose Stature Cannot be Measured
103) Sarva Yogavinih Srita – The Lord Who is Known by All Yogas
104) Vasu – The Lord Who Lives in Every Being
105) Vasumana – The Lord Who has a Good Heart
106) Satya – The Lord Who is Truth Personified
107) Samatma – The Lord Who is the Same in All
108) Sammita – The Unlimited in All
109) Sama – The Lord Who is Unchanging at All Times
110) Amogha – Ever Useful
111) Pundarikaksha – Pervading the Lotus of the Heart
112) Vrishakarma – The Lord Whose Every Act is Righteous
113) Vrishakriti – The Lord Who is Born to Uphold Dharma
114) Rudra – The Lord Who Drives Away Sadness and the Reasons for it
115) Bahushira – The Lord Who has Many Heads
116) Babhru – The Lord Who Carries the Worlds
117) Vishwayoni – The Source of the Universe
118) Suchishrava – The Lord Who has Beautiful, Sacred Names
119) Amrita – The Lord Who is Immortal
120) Shashwata Sthanu – The Lord Who is Permanent and Unmovable
121) Vararoha – The Most Glorious Destination
122) Mahatapa – The Lord Who is Extremely Knowledgeable
123) Sarvaga – All pervading
124) Sarvavidbhanu – All Knowing and Effulgent
125) Vishvaksena – The Lord Who Attacks the Armies of Demons from All Directions
126) Janardana – The Lord Who Troubles Bad People
127) Veda – The Lord Who is the Vedas
128) Vedavida – The Lord Who Knower of the Vedas
129) Avyanga – The Perfect
130) Vedanga – The Lord Whose Limbs are the Vedas
131) Vedavit – The Lord Who Contemplates Upon the Vedas
132) Kavi – The Lord Who Sees (Knows) Everything
133) Lokadhyaksha – The Lord Who Presides Over the Universe
134) Suradhyaksha – The Lord Who Presides Over All Devas
135) Dharmadhyaksha – The Lord Who Presides Over Darma
136) KritaKrita – The Lord Who is the Means and Result of Everything
137) Chaturatma – The Lord Who is Fourfold in His Nature
138) Chaturvyuha – The Lord of Four Manifestations
139) Chaturdamshtra – The Lord Who has Four Horns
140) Chaturbhuja – The Lord Who has Four Hands
141) Bhrajishnu – The Lord Who is the Radiant
142) Bhojanam – The Lord Who is in the Form Which can be Enjoyed Like Food
143) Bhokta – The Lord Who is the consumer of nature
144) Sahishnu – The Lord Who can Suffer Patiently
145) Jagadadija – The Lord Who was Born Before the World
146) Anagha – The Lord Who is Sinless
147) Vijaya – The Lord Who is Victorious
148) Jeta – The Lord Who is Ever-Successful
149) Vishwayoni – The Lord Who is the Universal source
150) Punarvasu – The Repeated Dweller in the Bodies
151) Upendra – The Younger Brother of Indra
152) Vamana – The Lord with a Dwarf Body
153) Pramshu – The Lord With a Huge Body
154) Amogha – The Lord Whose Acts are for a Great Purpose
155) Suchi – The Lord Who is Spotlessly Clean
156) Urjita – The Lord Who is Very Powerful
157) Ateendra – The Lord Who is Above Indra
158) Sangraha – The Lord Who Holds Everything Together
159) Sarga – The Lord Who Creates the World From Himself
160) Dhritatma – The Lord Who Established in Himself
161) Niyama – The Appointing Authority
162) Yama – The Administrator
163) Vedya – The Lord Who can be Known
164) Vaidya – The Lord Who is Knower of all Lores
165) Sadayogi – The Lord Who is Always in Yoga
166) Veeraha – The Lord Who is the Slayer of Valiant Demons
167) Madhava – The Lord Who is the Lord of Knowledge
168) Madhu – The Lord Who is Like Honey
169) Atindriya – The Lord Who is Beyond the Sense Organs
170) Mahamaya – The Great Illusionist
171) Mahotsaha – The Lord Who has Great Enthusiasm
172) Mahabala – The Lord Who is Very Strong
173) Mahabuddhi – The Lord Who has Tremendous Knowledge
174) Mahaveerya – The Lord of Great Energy
175) Mahashakti – The Lord of Superior Strength
176) Mahadyuti – The Lord Who has Great Luster
177) Anirdeshyavapu – The Lord of Indefinable Form
178) Shrimana – The Lord of All Prosperity
179) Ameyatma – The Lord whose Essence is Immeasurable
180) Mahadridhrik – The Lord Who Lifted Large Mountains
181) Maheshvasa – Wielder of Mighty Bow
182) Maheebharta – The Supporter of Earth
183) Shrinivasa – The Permanent Abode of Shree
184) Satamgati – The Goal for All Virtuous People
185) Aniruddha – The Lord Who Cannot be Obstructed
186) Surananda – The Lord Who Gives Out Happiness
187) Govinda – The Protector of the Cows
188) Govidampati – Lord of the Wise
189) Mareechi – The Effulgent
190) Damana – The Subduer
191) Hamsa – Destroyer of Fear
192) Suparna – The Lord Who has Beautiful Wings
193) Bhujagottama – The Lord Who is Excellant Among reptiles
194) Hiranyanabha – The Lord Who has a Golden Navel
195) Sutapa – The Lord Who has done Great Penance
196) Padmanabha – The Lord Having a Navel With the Lotus
197) Prajapati – The Lord Who is the Chief of People
198) Amrityu – The Lord Who does not Have Death
199) Sarvadrik – The Lord Who sees Everything
200) Simha – The Destroyer of sins

201) Sandhata – The Regulator
202) Sandhiman – The Lord Who Seems to be Conditioned
203) Sthira – The Lord Who is Constant
204) Aja – The Lord Who Takes the Form of Aja, Brahma
205) Durmarshana – The Lord Who cannot be vanquished
206) Shasta – The Lord Who Rules Over the Universe
207) Vishrutatma – The Lord Who is Called Atma in the Vedas
208) Surariha – Destroyer of the Enemies of the Devas
209) Guru – The Lord Who is a Teacher of All Knowledge
210) Gurutama – The Lord Who is the Teacher of Teachers
211) Dhama – Supreme Abode of All
212) Satya – The Lord Who is Himself the Truth
213) Satyaparakrama – The Lord Who has a Truthful Valour
214) Nimisha – The Lord Who has Closed Eyes in Contemplation
215) Animisha – The Lord Remains Unwinking; Ever Knowing
216) Sragvi – The Lord Who Always Wears a Garland of Undecaying Flowers
217) Vachaspati Udaradhi – The Lord of Eloquent Speech and of Noble Thought
218) Agrani – The Lord Who Guides Us to the Peak
219) Gramani – The Lord Who Leads the Flock
220) Shriman – The possessor of Light, Effulgence, Glory
221) Nyaya – The Lord Who is Justice
222) Neta – The Lord Who is the Leader of the World
223) Sameerana – The Lord Who in the Form of Wind Makes Beings Move
224) Sahasra Moordha – The Lord Who has Countless Heads
225) Vishwatma – The Soul of the Universe
226) Sahasraksha – The Lord Who has Thousand Eyes
227) Sahasrapaat – The Lord Who has Thousand Feet
228) Avartana – The Lord Who Rotates (the Wheel of Life)
229) Nivrittatma – The Lord Who is not Attached to Life
230) Samvrita – The Lord Who is
231) Sampramardana – The Crusher of Evil Doers
232) Ahah Samvartaka – The Lord Who Makes Day in the Form of Sun
233) Vahni – The Lord Who is in the Form of Fire
234) Anila – The Lord Who is in the Form of Air
235) Dharanidhara – The Lord Who Supports the Earth
236) Suprasada – The Lord Who is Mercy Personified
237) Prasannatma – The Lord Who is Ever Pure and All-Blissful Self
238) Vishwadhrik – The Lord Who Takes Care of the World
239) Vishwabhuja – Enjoyer of the Universe
240) Vibhu – The Lord Who has Many Forms
241) Satkarta – The Lord Who Adores Good and Wise People
242) Satkrita – The Lord Who is Adored by All Good People
243) Sadhu – The Lord Who Walks in the Righteous Path
244) Jahnunu – Leader of Men
245) Narayana – The Lord Who Resides in All Things that He Creates
246) Nara – The Leader of Human Beings
247) Asankhyeya – The Lord Who has Numberlesss Names and Forms
248) Aprameyatma – The Lord Who is Beyond Knowledge
249) Vishishta – The Lord Who Transcends All in His Glory
250) Shishtakrita – The Lord Who is Law-Maker
251) Suchi – The Lord Who is Impeccable and Without Blemish
252) Siddhartha – The Lord Who has Gained All that has to be Gained
253) Siddha Sankalpa – The Lord Who Realizes All that He Wants
254) Siddhida – The Giver of Benedictions
255) Siddhi Sadhana – The Aid for Success
256) Vrishahi – The Lord Who is the Controller of All Actions and the Dispenser of the Results
257) Vrishabha – The Lord Who Showers All Dharmas
258) Vishnu – The Occupant of Universe
259) Vrishaparva – The Ladder Leading to Dharma
260) Vrishodara – The Lord
261) Vardhana – The Lord Who is the Nurturer and Nourisher
262) Vardhamana – The Lord Who can Grow Himself into any Dimensions
263) Vivikta – Ever Standing Apart From Everything
264) Shrutisagara – The Ocean for All Scriptures
265) Subhuja – The Lord Who has Graceful Arms
266) Durdhara – The Lord Who Cannot be Comprehended Even by Great Yogis
267) Vagmi – The Lord Who is Eloquent in Speech
268) Mahendra – Lord of the Lords
269) Vasuda – The Lord Who Gives Good Pleasures and Wealth
270) Vasu – The Lord Who is Wealth
271) Naikaroopa – The Lord Who is of Infinite Forms in His
272) Brihadroopa – The Lord Who is Vast, of Infinite Dimensions
273) Shipivishta – The very Subsistence of Life
274) Prakashana – The Lord Who Illuminates Himself as All-Pervading Consciousness
275) Ojastejo-Dyutidhara – The Lord Who is the possessor of Vitality, Effulgence and Beauty
276) Prakashatma – The Effulgent Self
277) Pratapana – The Lord Who Emits Heat
278) Riddha – The Lord Who is Ever Full of Prosperity
279) Spashtakshara – The Lord Who is Clearly Indicated by the Supreme Sound OM
280) Mantra – The Lord Who is
281) Chandramshu – The Lord Who is as Pleasant as the Ray of Moon
282) Bhaskaradyuti – The Lord Who is the Effulgence of the Sun
283) Amritamshudbhava – The Lord Who made Moon Appear From the Ocean of Milk
284) Bhanu – The Lord Who Shines Himself
285) Shashabindu – The moon Who has a Rabbit-Like Sspot
286) Sureshwara – The God of Gods
287) Aushadham – The Lord Who is the Divine Medicine
288) Jagata-Setu – The Lord Who is a Bridge Across the Material Energy
289) Satya-Dharma-Parakramah – The One Who Champions Heroically for Truth and Righteousness
290) Bhoota-Bhavya-Bhavannatha – The One Who is the Lord of Past, Present and Future
291) Pavana – The Air that Fills the Universe
292) Paavana – The Lord Who Gives the Life Sustaining Power to the Atmospheric Air
293) Anala – The Lord Who is in the Form of Fire, and Sustains Life
294) Kamaha – The Lord Who Destroys All Desires
295) Kama-Krit – The Lord Who Fulfils All Desires
296) Kanta – The Lord Who is of Enchanting Form
297) Kama – The Lord Who is Much Desired by the Seekers
298) Kamaprada – The Lord Who Supplies the Desired Objects
299) Prabhu – The Great Lord
300) Yugadi-Krit – The Lord Who Created the Divisions of Time

301) Yugavarta – The Lord Who Makes Time Periods Come Again and Again
302) Naikamaya – The Lord Who Creates Many Illusions
303) Mahashana – The Lord Who Swallows Everything
304) Adrishya – The Lord Who is not Visible
305) Vyaktaroopa – The Lord Who is Visible to the Yogis
306) Sahasrajit – The Lord Who Vanquishes Thousands
307) Anantajit – The Lord Who is Ever-Victorious
308) Ishta – The Lord Who is Loved by All
309) Avishishta – The Lord Who is the Noblest and the Most Sacred
310) Shishteshta – The Lord Who is Dear to the Learned
311) Shikhandi – The Lord Who Wears the Feathers of Peacock
312) Nahusha – The Lord Who Ties Souls by Illusion
313) Vrisha – The Lord Who Fulfills All Desires Like Rain
314) Krodhaha – The Lord Who Destroys Anger in Sincere Seekers
315) Krodha Kritkarta – The Lord Who Generates Anger Against the Lower Tendency
316) Vishwa Baahu – The Lord Who has Hands All Over the Universe
317) Maheedhara – The Lord Who Supports the Earth
318) Achyuta – The Lord Who Never Changes
319) Prathita – The Lord Who Exists Pervading All
320) Prana – The Soul in All Living Creatures
321) Pranada – The Lord Who Gives Strength to Everywhere
322) Vasavanuja – The Younger Brother of Indra
323) Apam Nidhi – The Lord Who is the Ocean
324) Adhishthanam – The Lord Who is the Substratum of the Universe
325) Apramatta – The Lord Who Never Commits a Mistake in Judgement
326) Pratishthita – The One Who is Self Established
327) Skanda – The One Whose Glory is Expressed Through Subrahmanya
328) Skandadhara – The One Who Establishes the Way of Dharma
329) Dhurya – The Lord Who Carries the Weight of the World
330) Varada – The Lord Who Gives Boons
331) Vayu Vahana – The Lord Who Controls and Regulates the Great Winds
332) Vasudeva – The Lord Who is in Everything and Plays There
333) Brihadbhanu – The Lord Who has Wide Rays Which Go Everywhere
334) Adideva – The Lord Who is the Primary Source of Everything
335) Purandara – The Destroyer of Cities
336) Ashoka – The Lord Who has No Sorrows
337) Tarana – The Lord Who Enables Others to Cross the Ocean of Samsara
338) Tara – The Lord Who Saves from All Sorrows of Birth and Death
339) Shoora – The Lord Who is the Valiant
340) Shauri – The Lord Who Incarnated in the Dynasty of Shoora
341) Janeshwara – The Lord of the People
342) Anukoola – Well-Wisher of Everyone
343) Shatavarta – The Lord Who Takes Infinite Varieties of Forms
344) Padmi – The Lord Who has the Lotus in His Hand
345) Padma Nibhekshana – The Lord Whose Eyes are as Beautiful as the Lotus
346) Padmanabha – The Lord Who has the Lotus in his Navel
347) Aravindaksha – The Lord Whose Eyes are as Beautiful as Lotus
348) Padmagarbha – The Lord Who is Being Meditated upon in the Center of Lotus of Heart
349) Sharirabhrit – The Lord Who Sustains and Nourishes All Bodies
350) Mahardi – The Lord Who has Great Prosperity
351) Riddha – The Lord Who has Expanded Himself as the Universe
352) Vriddhatma – The Ancient Self
353) Mahaksha – The Lord Who has Big Eyes
354) Garuda-Dwaja – The Lord Who has Garuda (Eagle) in his Flag
355) Atula – The Lord Who is Incomparable
356) Sharabha – The Lord Who Dwells and Shines Forth Through the Bodies
357) Bheema – The One Who is All-Inspiring and the Terrible
358) Samayajna – The Lord Whose Worship is Nothing More Than Keeping an Equal Vision of the Mind by the Devotee
359) Havirhari – The Receiver of All Oblations
360) Sarvalakshana-Lakshanya – The Lord Who is Known Through All the Methods of Research
361) Lakshmivan – The Consort of Laksmi
362) Samitinjaya – Ever-Victorious Lord
363) Vikshara – The Lord Who is Imperishable
364) Rohita – The Red-Hued in Matysavatara
365) Marga – The Lord Who is the Path for Eternal Bliss
366) Hetu – The Lord Who is the Supreme Cause of this Universe
367) Damodara – The Lord Who was Tied by Yashoda in the Stomach
368) Saha – The Lord Who has Patience at Everything
369) Maheedhara – The Lord Who is the Supporter or the Bearer of the Earth
370) Mahabhaga – The Lord Who Receives the Best Share Offered by Devotees in Yajna
371) Vegavaan – The Lord Who is Fastest in Reaching the Devotee’s Call From the Heart
372) Amitashana – The Lord of Endless Appetite
373) Udbhava – The Originator of the Entire Universe
374) Kshobhana – The Agitator Who Thrills the World and Makes it so Beautiful With Life
375) Deva – The Lord Who Revels (or)
The One Whom We Like to Praise
376) Shreegarbha – The Lord Containing All Glories Within
377) Parmeshwara – The Supreme Lord
378) Karanam – The Lord Who is the Instrument for Creation of the World
379) Kaaranam – The Lord Who is the Cause for Creation of the World
380) Karta – The Doer
381) Vikarta – The Creator of the Endless Varieties that Make Up the Universe
382) Gahana – The Lord whose Shape, Strength and Actions are Difficult to Know
383) Guha – The Lord Who Dwells in the Cave of the Heart
384) Vyavasaya – The Lord Who is Resolute
385) Vyavasthana – The Lord Who is the Substratum
386) Sansthana – The Lord Who is the Ultimate Authority
387) Sthanada – The Lord Who Confers the Right Abode to Each Living Organism
388) Dhruva – The Lord Who is Imperishable
389) Pararddhi – The Lord Who has Supreme Manifestations
390) Paramaspashta – The Lord Who is Extremely Vivid
391) Tushta – The Lord Who is Ever-Contented
392) Pushta – The Lord Who is Ever-Full
393) Shubhekshana – The Lord Whose Very Gaze Brings Auspiciousness to the Devotee
394) Rama – The Lord Who is of Delightful Form
395) Virama – The Lord Who is the Ultimate End of Everything
396) Viraja – The Lord Who is Passionless
397) Marga – The Lord Who is the Path to Immortality
398) Neya – The Lord Who is the Guide for Living Beings
399) Naya – The One Who Leads
400) Anaya – The Lord Who Cannot be Lead by Anybody

401) Veera – The Lord Who is Personification of Valor
402) Shaktimataam Shreshtha – The Best Among the Powerful
403) Dharma – The Law of Being
404) Dharmaviduttama – The Lord Who is the Best of the knowers of Dharma
405) Vaikuntha – The Lord Who Prevents Beings from Straying on Wrong Paths
406) Purusha – The Lord Who Dwells in All Bodies
407) Prana – The Lord Who is the Soul
408) Pranada – The Lord Who Gives Life
409) Pranava – The Lord Who is Praised by the Gods
410) Prithu – The Immense
411) Hiranyagarbha – The One Who Keeps the Golden Source for All Creations
412) Shatrughna – The Destroyer of Enemies
413) Vyapta – The Lord Who Pervades in All Beings as the Cause
414) Vayu – The Wafter of Fragrance
415) Adhokshaja – The Lord Whose Vitality Never Flows Downwards
416) Ritu – The Lord Who is the Seasons
417) Sudarshana – The Lord Who can be Easily Seen by His Devotees
418) Kaala – The Lord Who is The Reckoner
419) Parameshthi – The Lord Who is Centered in His Glory
420) Parigraha – The Lord Who is the Receiver
421) Ugra – The Lord Who is Formidable
422) Samvatsara – The Lord Who Makes All Things Reside in Him
423) Daksha – The Lord Who Completes All Jobs Quickly
424) Vishrama – The Lord Who Provides Rest for Those Who are Tired
425) Vishvadakshina – The Most Skilful and Efficient
426) Vistara – The Lord Who Makes All the World Broaden in Him
427) Sthavarasthanu – The Lord Who is Firm and Motionless
428) Pramanam – The Lord Who is Personification of Knowledge
429) Bijamavyayam – The Lord Who is the Immutable Seed
430) Artha – The Lord Who is Worshiped by All
431) Anartha – The One to Whom There is Nothing Yet to be Fulfilled
432) Mahakosha – The Great Treasury
433) Mahabhoga – The Lord Who is of the Nature of Enjoyment
434) Mahadhana – The Lord Who has Great Wealth
435) Anirvinna – The Lord Who has No Discontent
436) Sthavishtha – The Lord Who is Immense
437) Abhu – The Lord Who has No Birth
438) Dharmayupa – The Post to Which all Dharma is Tied
439) Mahamakha – The Great Sacrificer
440) Nakshatranemi – The Lord Who is the Nave of the Stars
441) Nakshatri – The Lord Who is the Chief of Stars
442) Kshama – The Lord Who is Perennially Patient
443) Kshaama – The Lord Who Remains Alone After the Deluge
444) Sameehana – The Lord Whose Desires are Auspicious
445) Yajna – The Lord Who is Personification of Sacrifice
446) Ijya – The Lord Who is Fit to be Invoked Through Yajna
447) Mahejya – The Lord Who is to be Most Worshiped by Yajna
448) Kratu – The Sacrificial Ceremony
449) Satram – The Lord Who Protects Good People
450) Satamgati – The Lord Who is the Ultimate Goal of Those Who Seek for Salvation
451) Sarvadarshi – The Lord Who Knows Everything Naturally
452) Vimuktatma – The Lord Who is the Soul Which has Left All its Bondages
453) Sarvagya – The Lord Who is Omniscient
454) Gyana-muttamam – The Lord Who is the Supreme Knowledge
455) Suvrata – The Lord Who Ever-Performing the Pure Vow
456) Sumukha – The Lord Who has a Charming Face
457) Sukshma – The Lord Who is the Smallest Known Thing from Which Everything Came
458) Sughosha – The Lord of Auspicious Sound
459) Sukhada – The Lord Who is the Giver of Happiness
460) Suhrit – The Lord Who is the Friend and Well Wisher of All Creatures
461) Manohara – The Lord Who Captivates the Mind
462) Jitakrodha – The Lord Who has Conquered Anger
463) Veerabahu – The Lord Who is Having Mighty Arms
464) Vidarana – The Destroyer of Unrighteous
465) Svapana – The Lord Who Puts People to Sleep
466) Svavasha – The Lord Who has Everything under His control
467) Vyapi – The Lord Who has Spread Everywhere
468) Naikatma – The Lord Who Takes Various Forms Depending on Need
469) Naikakarmakrit – The Lord Who Performs Many Actions
470) Vatsara – The Lord Who is the Abode of Everything
471) Vatsala – The Lord Who Loves His Devotees
472) Vatsi – The Lord Who is the Protector of the People
473) Ratnagarbha – The Lord Who is the Ocean Which Keeps Pearls Within Itself
474) Dhaneshwara – The One Who is the God of wealth
475) Dharmagupa – The Protector of Dharma
476) Dharmakrit – The Lord Who Acts According to Dharma
477) Dharmi – The Supporter of Dharma
478) Sat – The Lord Who is the Ultimate Permanent Truth
479) Asat – The Lord Who is the Ultimate Truth Which is Hidden by Illusion
480) Ksharam – The Lord Who Appears to Perish
481) Aksharam – The Lord Who is Imperishable
482) Avigyata – The Lord Who is Not One Who Does Not Know
483) Sahasramshu – The Lord Who has Thousand Rays
484) Vidhata – The Lord Who Carries the World
485) Kritalakshana – The One Who is Famous for His Qualities
486) Gabhastinemi – The Hub of the Universal Wheel
487) Sattvastha – The Lord Who is Situated in Sattva
488) Simha – The Lord Who is as Royal as a Lion
489) Bhoota-maheshwara – The Lord Who is the First and Ultimate God of All Beings
490) Adideva – The First Diety
491) Mahadeva – The Great Diety
492) Devesha – The Lord Who Appears to Perish
493) Devabhridguru – The Lord Who is the Lord of All Devas
494) Uttara – The Lord Who Saves All Beings from the Miserable Ocean of Mortal Life
495) Gopati – The Lord Who Rears the Cattle
496) Gopta – The Lord Who is the Protector
497) Gyanagamya – The Lord Who can Only be Attained Through Pure Knowledge
498) Puratana – The Lord Who is Very Ancient
499) Shareera-bhoota-bhrit – The Lord Who is the Soul of Pancha Bhoothas Which is the Basis of All Beings
500) Bhokta – The Lord Who Enjoys the Truth in Himself

501) Kapindra – The Lord Who is Rama, Dear to All Monkeys
502) Bhooridakshina – The Lord Who Conducts Yajnas and Gives Cash Benefits
503) Somapa – The Lord Who Drinks Soma
504) Amritapa – The Lord Who Drinks the Nectar
505) Soma – The Lord Who in the Form of Moon Helps Plants to Grow
506) Purujita – The Lord Who has Conquered Numerous Enemies
507) Purusattama – The Lord Who is the Best in Several Forms
508) Vinaya – The Lord Who Humiliates Those Who are Unrighteous
509) Jaya – The Victorious Lord
510) Satyasandha – The Lord Who is Veracious in Mental Decisions
511) Dasharha – The Lord Who Was Born in the Dasharha Race
512) Satvatampati – The Lord of the Satvatas
513) Jiva – The Living Being
514) Vinayitasakshi – The Witness of Modesty
515) Mukunda – The Giver of Liberation
516) Amitavikrama – The Lord of Immeasurable Prowess
517) Ambhonidhi – The Lord Who is the Ultimate Sojourn to Devas, Manushyas, Asuras and Pitrs
518) Anantatma – The Infinite Self

519) Mahodadhishaya – The Lord Who Rests on the Great Ocean
520) Antaka – The Lord Who Brings About End of Everything
521) Aja – The One Who Never Takes Birth
522) Maharha – The Lord Who Deserves the Highest Worship
523) Svabhavya – The Lord Who Ever-rooted in the Nature of His Own Self
524) Jitamitra – The Lord Who has Conquered All Enemies
525) Pramodana – The Lord Who is Always Happy
526) Ananda – The Lord Who is the Personification of Happiness
527) Nandana – The Lord Who Makes Others Blissful
528) Nanda – The Lord Who is Free from All Worldly Pleasures
529) Satyadharmaa – The Lord Who is the Truthful Dharma
530) Trivikrama – The Lord Who Measured the Worlds in Three Steps
531) Maharshi Kapilacharya – The Lord Who Incarnated as Kapila, the Great Sage
532) Kritagya – The Knower of the World
533) Medinipati – The Lord of the Earth
534) Tripada – The Lord Who has Taken Three Steps
535) Tridashadhyaksha – The Lord of Three States of Consciousness – Wakefulness, Sleep and Dream
536) Mahashringa – The Lord has the Great Horn (Matsya Avatar)
537) Kritantakrit – The Lord Who Destroys the World Created by Himself
538) Mahavaraha – The Great Boar (Varaha)
539) Govinda – The Lord Who is Known through Vedanta
540) Sushena – The Lord Who has Magnificent Army
541) Kanakangadi – The Lord Who has Golden Armlets
542) Guhya – The Mysterious
543) Gabhira – The Unfathomable
544) Gahana – The Lord Whose Depth Cannot be Measured
545) Gupta – The Lord Who is Hidden from Mind and the Words
546) Chakragadadhara – The Lord Who Keeps the Holy Wheel and Holy Mace
547) Vedha – The Creator of the Universe
548) Svanga – The Lord Who is the Instrument Reason and Cause for Existence
549) Ajita – The Unconquered
550) Krishna – The Dark-complexioned Lord
551) Dridha – The Lord Who has No Change in Character and Ability
552) Sankarshanoachyuta – The Lord Who Withdraw the Beings Within Himself During the Deluge
553) Varuna – The One Who Sets on the Horizon
554) Vaaruna – The Son of Varuna (Vasishta)
555) Vriksha – The Lord Who is Firm and Stable like the Tree
556) Pushkaraksha – The Lotus Eyed
557) Mahamanaa – The Lord Who of Great Mind
558) Bhagawan – The Lord Who Possesses Six Opulences
559) Bagahaa – The Lord Who Destroys Wealth During Deluge
560) Anandi – The Lord Who Gives Delight
561) Vanamali – The Lord Who Wears a Garland of Forest Flowers
562) Halayudha – The Lord Who has a Plough as His Weapon
563) Aditya – The Lord Who was Born of Aditi
564) Jyotiraditya – The Resplendence of the Sun
565) Sahishnu – The Lord Who Calmly Endures Duality
566) Gatisattama – The Ultimate Refuge for All Devotees
567) Sudhanva – The Lord Who has the Holy Bow Salled Saranga
568) Khandaparashu – The Lord Who has Axe as a Weapon to Kill Enemies
569) Daruna – Merciless Towards the Unrighteous
570) Dravinaprada – The Lord Who Lavishly Gives Wealth
571) Divahsprik – The Lord Who Touches the Sky
572) Sarvadrigvyasa – The Lord Who Writes About All Knowledge
573) Vachaspatirayonija – The Unborn Lord of Vidyas
574) Trisama – The Lord Who is Worshipped by the Three Samas
575) Samaga – The Chanter of Sama Hymns
576) Sama – The Lord Who is the Sama Veda
577) Nirvanam – Joy of Renunciation
578) Bheshajam – The Lord Who is the Medicine
579) Bhishak – The Lord Who is The Physician
580) Sanyasakrit – The Institutor of Sanyasa
581) Shama – The Lord Who is Calm
582) Shanta – The Lord Who is Peaceful
583) Nishtha – The Abode of All Beings
584) Shanti – The Lord Whose Very Nature is Peace
585) Parayanam – The way to Liberation
586) Shubhanga – The Lord Who has the Most Beautiful Form
587) Shantida – The Giver of Peace
588) Srashtaa – The Creator of all Beings
589) Kumuda – The Lord Who Delights in the Earth
590) Kuvaleshaya – The Lord Who Reclines in the Waters
591) Gohita – The Lord Who does Welfare for Cows
592) Gopati – The One Who is Lord of the Earth
593) Gopta – The Lord Who is the Protector of the Universe
594) Vrishabhaksha – The Lord Whose Merciful Eyes Showers Whatever is Prayed for
595) Vrishapriya – The Lord Who Delights in Dharma
596) Anivarti – The Lord Who Never Retreats
597) Nivrittatma – The Lord Who is Fully Restrained from All Sense Indulgences
598) Samkshepta – The Condensor During Pralaya
599) Kshemakrit – The Preserver of Welfare
600) Shiva – The Lord Who is Eternally Pure

601) Shrivatsavakshaa – The Lord Who has Shrivatsa on His Chest
602) Srivasa – The Lord in Whom Goddess Lakshmi Lives
603) Shripati – The One Who is the Lord of Goddess Lakshmi
604) Shrimatam Vara – The Best Among Glorious
605) Shrida – The Giver of Opulence
606) Shrisha – The Lord of Shri (Goddess of Fortune)
607) Shrinivasa – The Lord in Whom Goddess Lakshmi Lives
608) Shrinidhi – The Treasure of Shri
609) Shrivibhavana – The Distributor of Wealth
610) Shridhara – The Bearer of Shri
611) Shrikara – The Lord Who Gives All Wealth to His Devotees
612) Shreya – The Lord Who is the Personification of Perennial Happiness
613) Shrimana – The Professor of Shri
614) Lokatrayashraya – The Refuge of the Three Worlds
615) Svaksha – The Beautiful Eyed Lord
616) Svanga – The Lord Who has Beautiful Limbs
617) Shatananda – The Lord of Infinite Varieties and Joys
618) Nandi – The Lord Who is Personification of Supreme Happiness
619) Jyotirganeshwara – The Lord of the Luminaries in the Cosmos
620) Vijitatma – The Lord Who has Conquered the Sense Organs
621) Avidheyatma – The Lord Who is not Under the Control of Anybody
622) Satkirti – The Lord Who has True Fame
623) Chinnasamshaya – The Lord Who is Cleared of All Doubts
624) Udirna – The Lord Who is Greater than All Beings
625) Sarvatashchakshu – The Lord Who Sees Everything Everywhere
626) Anisha – The One Who does not Have Any God Above Him
627) Shashvatasthira – The Lord Who is Eternal and Stable
628) Bhooshaya – The Lord Who Rested on the Ground
629) Bhooshana – The Lord Who Adorns the World
630) Bhooti – The Lord Who has Pure Existence
631) Vishoka – The Lord Who is Sorrowless
632) Shokanashana – The Lord Who Destroys Sadness of His Devotees
633) Archishmana – The Effulgent
634) Archita – The Lord Who is Constantly Worshipped by His Devotees
635) Kumbha – The Pot Within Whom Everything is Contained
636) Vishuddhatma – The One Who has the Purest Soul
637) Vishodhana – The Great Purifier
638) Aniruddha – The Lord Who is Invincible by Any Enemy
639) Apratiratha – The Lord Who has no Enemies to Threaten Him
640) Pradyumna – The Lord Who has Great Wealth
641) Amitavikrama – The Lord Who has Immeasurable Prowess
642) Kalaneminiha – The Slayer of Kalanemi
643) Veera – The Lord Who is Valorous
644) Shauri – The Lord Who was Born in the Sura Dynasty
645) Shoorajaneshwara – Lord of the Valiant
646) Trilokatma – The Soul of the Three Worlds
647) Trilokesha – The Lord of the Three Worlds
648) Keshava – The Lord Whose Rays Illumine the Cosmos
649) Keshiha – The Slayer of Demon Kesi
650) Hari – Destroyer of the Cycle of Birth
651) Kamadeva – The One Who is Passionately Loved by His Devotees
652) Kamapala – The Lord Who Takes Care of Desires
653) Kaami – The Lord of Fulfilled Desires
654) Kanta – The Lord of Enchanting Form
655) Kritagama – The Author of the Agama Scriptures
656) Anirdeshyavapu – The Lord Whose Forms Cannot be Defined
657) Vishnu – All-Pervading Lord
658) Veera – The Courageous
659) Ananta – The Lord Who is Endless
660) Dhananjaya – The Lord Who Gained Wealth Through Conquest
661) Brahmanya – Patron of Brahman
662) Brahmakrit – The Lord Who Acts in Brahman
663) Brahma – The Creator
664) Brahma – The Lord Who is Brahmam
665) Brahmavivardhana – The Promoter of Brahma Vidya
666) Brahmavita – The Lord Who Knows Brahman
667) Braahmana – The Lord Who in the Form of Brahmins Teaches Vedas
668) Brahmi – The Lord Who Controls All that is Denoted by Brahma
669) Brahmagya – The Lord Who Knows Vedas as Himself
670) Braahmanapriya – The Lord Who is Dear to the Brahmanas
671) Mahakrama – The Lord Who Takes Gig Steps
672) Mahakarma – The Lord Who Performs Great Deeds
673) Mahateja – The Lord of Great Resplendence
674) Mahoraga – The Lord Who has the Form of the Great Serpent
675) Mahakratu – The Great Sacrifice
676) Mahayajva – The Lord Who Performed Great Yajnas
677) Mahayajna – The Great Yajna
678) Mahahavi – The Greatest Sacrificial Offering in the Yajna
679) Stavya – The Lord Who is Being Praised by Everybody
680) Stavapriya – The Lord Who Likes Being Praised
681) Stotram – The Hymn Itself
682) Stuti – The Act of Praise
683) Stota – The Lord Who Adores or Praises
684) Ranapriya – The Lord Who is the Lover of Battles
685) Poorna – The Lord Who is Complete
686) Poorayita – The Lord Who Fulfills the Wishes of His Devotees
687) Punya – The Truly Holy
688) Punyakirti – The Lord of Holy Fame
689) Anamaya – The Lord Who Never Becomes Ill
690) Manojava – The Lord Who is Swift as the Mind
691) Tirthakara – The Lord Who Created Methods for Salvation of All Beings in the World
692) Vasureta – The Lord Whose Essence is Golden
693) Vasuprada – The Bestower of Wealth
694) Vasuprada – The Lord Who Leads His Devotees to Salvation
695) Vasudeva – The Lord Who was Born as Son of Vasudeva
696) Vasu – The Refuge for All Beings
697) Vasumana – The Lord of Great Mind
698) Havi – The Lord Who is the Sacrificial Offering in the Yajnas
699) Sadgati – The Lord Who is Attained by Good People
700) Satkriti – The Lord Who is Full of Good Actions

701) Satta – The Lord Who is Personification of Non Differential Knowledge
702) Sadbhuti – The Lord Who is Undenied Being
703) Satparayana – The Supreme Goal of the Good
704) Shoorasena – The Lord Who has Heroic and Valiant Armies
705) Yadushreshta – The Lord Who is the Greatest Among Yadus
706) Sannivasa – The One Who is the Ultimate Place Where Scholars Go
707) suyamuna – The One Who is Attended by the People Dwelling on the Banks of Yamuna
708) Bhootavasa – The Dwelling Place of the Elements
709) Vasudeva – The Lord Who Envelops the Universe by Illusion
710) Sarvasunilaya – The Lord Who is the Shelter of All Living Beings
711) Anala – The Lord of Unlimited Wealth, Power and Glory
712) Darpaha – The Destroyer of Pride in Evil-Minded People
713) Darpada – The Giver of Pride to Those Who Walks on the Path of Dharma
714) Dripta – The Lord Who Never Gets Proud of His Strength
715) Durdhara – The Lord Who can be Brought to the Mind with Difficulty
716) Aparajita – The Unvanquished
717) Vishwamurti – The Universe Personified
718) Mahamurti – The Lord Who is Monumental in Form
719) Deeptamurti – The Lord Of Resplendent Form
720) Amurtiman – The Lord Who is Formless
721) Anekamurti – The Lord of Multi Form
722) Avyakta – The Lord Who is Unmanifested
723) Shatamurti – The Lord Who has Several Forms
724) Shatanana – The Lord Who has Several Faces
725) Eka – The Lord Who is The One
726) Naika – The Lord Who Appears as in Different Forms by Illusion
727) Sava – The Lord Who is the Personification of Soma Yagya
728) Kah – The Lord Who is Worshipped as ‘Ka’ Indicating Pleasures
729) Kim – The One to be Inquired
730) Yat – The Lord Who is Indicated by ‘yat’ (Which)
731) Tat – The Lord Who is Indicated by the Word ‘That’
732) Padamanuttamam – The Unequalled State of Perfection
733) Lokabandhu – The Kinsman of the Universe
734) Lokanatha – Lord of the Universe
735) Madhava – The Lord Who Born in the Family of Madhu
736) Bhaktavatsala – The Lord Who Loves His Devotees
737) Suvarnavarna – The Lord Who is of a Golden Colour
738) Hemanga – The Lord Who has Limbs of Gold
739) Varanga – The Lord with Beautiful Limbs
740) Chandanangadi – The Lord Who has Attractive Armlets
741) Veeraha – The Slayer of the Valiant Foes
742) Vishama – The Lord Who Cannot be Compared to Anyone Else
743) Shoonya – The Void
744) Ghritashi – The Lord Who has No Need for Good Wishes
745) Achala – The Lord Who is Supremely Stable
746) Chala – The Lord Who is Moving
747) Amani – The Lord Who Does Not have Pride and Willing to be Anything
748) Manada – The Lord Who Generates Egoistic Conciousness
749) Manya – The Lord Who is to be Honoured
750) Lokaswami – The Lord of the World
751) Trilokadhrik – The Lord Who Carries the Three Worlds
752) Sumedha – The Lord Who has Pure Intelligence
753) Medhaja – The Lord Who is Born Out of Sacrifices
754) Dhanya – The Lord Who is Fortunate
755) Satyamedha – The Lord Whose Intelligence Never Fails
756) Dharaadhara – The Sole Support of the Earth
757) Tejovrisha – The Lord Who Showers Radiance
758) Dyutidhara – The Lord Who Bears an Effulgent Form
759) Sarvashastra-bhritamvara – The Best Among Those Who Wield Weapons
760) Pragraha – The Receiver of the Humblest Gifts
761) Nigraha – The Lord Who Keeps Every Thing Within Himself
762) Vyagra – The Lord Who is Ever Engaged in Fulfilling the Devotee’s Desires
763) Naikashringa – The Lord Who has Several Horns
764) Gadagraja – The Lord Who is Invoked Through Mantra
765) Chaturmurti – The Lord Who has Four Forms
766) Chaturbahu – The Lord Who has Four Arms
767) Chaturvyooha – The Lord Who Expresses Himself as the Dynamic Centre in the Four Vyoohas
768) Chaturgati – The Ultimate Goal of All Four Varnas and Asramas
769) Chaturatma – The Lord Who is Clear Minded
770) Chaturbhava – The Source of the Four Purushartas
771) Chaturvedavit – The Knower of Four Vedas
772) Ekapaat – The Lord of One Foot
773) Samavarta – The Lord Who is the Skillfull Turner
774) Anivrittatma – The Lord Who is Always Available Everywhere
775) Durjaya – The Unconquered
776) Duratikrama – The Lord Whose Orders Can Never be Disobeyed
777) Durlabha – The Lord Who Obtained with Effort
778) Durgama – The Lord Who is Realised with Great Effort
779) Durga – The Lord Who is Not Easily Attained
780) Duravasa – The Lord Who can be Kept
781) Durariha – The Slayer of the Demons
782) shubhanga – The One with Enchanting Limbs
783) Lokasaranga – The Lord Who Understands the Essence of the World
784) Sutantu – The Lord Who has Expanded this Universe Starting From Himself
785) Tantuvardhana – The Lord Who Broadens the World
786) Indrakarma – The Lord Who Resembling Indra in his Glorious Actions
787) Mahakarma – The Lord Who Accomplishes Great Acts
788) Kritakarma – The Lord Who has Fulfilled His Acts
789) Kritagama – The Author of Vedas
790) Udbhava – The Lord Who Attains Great Births
791) Sundara – The Lord Who is the Epitome of Beauty
792) Sunda – The Lord of Great Mercy
793) Ratna-nabha – The Lord Who has a Beautiful Navel
794) Sulochana – The Lord Who has the Most Enchanting Eyes
795) Arka – The Lord Who is Suitable to be Worshipped by All Great Gods
796) Vaajasana – The Giver of Food
797) Shringi – The Lord Who was Born as a Fish with Horn
798) Jayanta – The Conqueror of All Enemies
799) Sarvavijjayi – The Lord Who is at Once Omniscient and Victorious
800) Suvarnabindu – The Lord Who has Limbs Radiant Like Gold

801) Akshobhya – The Lord Who is Ever Unruffled
802) Sarva vageeshvareshwara – The One Who is the Chief Among Gods Who Speak
803) Mahahrida – The Lord Whose Heart is Full of the Eternal Water of Happiness
804) Mahagarta – The Great Chasm
805) Mahabhoota – The Lord Who is the Great Being
806) Mahanidhi – The Lord in Whom All Wealth is Saved
807) Kumuda – The Lord Who Makes the Earth Happy
808) Kundara – The Lord Who Recognizes Results of Good Deeds
809) Kunda – The Lord Who is as Attractive as Kunda (Jasmine) Flowers
810) Parjanya – The Lord Who is Similar to Rain-Bearing Clouds
811) Paavana – The One Who Ever Purifies
812) Anila – The Lord Who Never Slips
813) Amritamsha – The Drinker of Nectar
814) Amritavapu – The Lord Whose Form is Immortal
815) Sarvagya – The Lord Who is Omniscient
816) Sarvatomukha – The Lord Who has Faces Everywhere
817) Sulabha – The Lord Who can be Easily Attained
818) Suvrata – The Lord Who has Accepts Good Vows
819) Siddha – The Lord Who is Perfection
820) Shatrujita – The Lord Who is Ever Victorious Over Foes
821) Shatrutapana – The Lord Who Makes his Enemies Suffer
822) Nyagrodha – The Lord is Above All Beings in the Worlds
823) Udumbara – Nourishment of All Living Creatures
824) Ashwattha – The Impermanent Tree
825) Chanoorandhranishoodana – The Slayer of Chanura Demon
826) Sahasrarchi – The Lord Who has Thousands of Rays
827) Saptajihva – The Lord Who Expresses Himself as the Seven Tongues of Fire
828) Saptaidha – The Lord Who has Seven Flames
829) Saptavahana – The Lord Who has a Vehicle of Seven Horses
830) Amoorti – The Lord Who Does Not Have Shape
831) Anagha – The Lord Who is Sinless
832) Achintya – The Inconceivable
833) Bhayakrit – The Lord Who Creates Fear in Bad People
834) Bhayanashana – The Lord Who Destroys Fear in Good People
835) Anu – The Lord Who is Subtle and Minute
836) Brihata – The Lord Who is Extremely Big
837) Krisha – The Lord Who is Slender
838) Sthoola – The Lord Who is Stout
839) Gunabhrita – The Bearer of Attributes
840) Nirguna – The Lord Who does not have Any Properties
841) Mahaan – The Mighty
842) Adhrita – The Lord Who is not Carried by Anything
843) Svadhrita – The Lord Who Carries Himself
844) Svaasya – The Lord Who has a Beautiful Face
845) Pragvamsha – The Lord Who Belongs to the First Dynasty
846) Vamshavardhana – The Lord Who Makes Dynasties Grow
847) Bharabrit – The Lord Who Carries the Load of the Universe
848) Kathita – The Lord Who is Glorified in All Scriptures
849) Yogi – The Lord Who can be Realised Through Yoga
850) Yogisha – The Lord Who is the Greatest Among Yogis
851) Sarvakamada – The Lord Who Fulfills All Desires
852) Ashrama – The Lord Who is the Place Where Beings can Relax
853) Shramana – The Lord Who Gives Sorrow to Sinners
854) Kshaama – The Lord Who Destroys Everything During Deluge
855) Suparna – The Lord Who is Having Vedas as Leaves
856) Vayu Vahana – The Lord Who Makes Winds Move
857) Dhanurdhara – The Wielder of the Bow
858) Dhanurveda – The Lord Who Knows the Science of Archery
859) Danda – The Lord Who Punishes the Wicked
860) Damayita – The Lord Who Controls and Rules People
861) Dama – The Lord Who is Also the Patience When Being Ruled
862) Aparajita – The Lord Who Cannot be Defeated
863) Sarvasaha – The One That Tolerates All
864) Niyanta – The Lord Who Makes People Obey Pules
865) Aniyama – The Lord Who is not Subject to Any Rules
866) Ayama – The Lord Who is Deathless
867) Sattvavaan – The Lord Who is Full of Exploits and Courage
868) Sattvika – The Lord Who is Full of Satvic Qualities
869) Satya – The Lord Who is Truth
870) Satyadharma parayana – The One Who is Devoted to Truth and Dharma
871) Abhipraya – The One Who is Approached by Seekers of Salvation
872) Priyarha – The One Who Deserves All our Love
873) Arha – The One Who s Most Appropriate for Worship
874) Priyakrit – The Fulfiller of Desires
875) Preetivardhana – The One Who Increases Joy in the Devotee’s Heart
876) Vihaayasagati – The One Who Travels in Space
877) Jyoti – The One Who is Self-Effulgent
878) Suruchi – The One Who Shines Beautifully
879) Hutabhuka – The One Who Enjoys All that is Offered in Yajna
880) Vibhu – All-Pervading Lord
881) Ravi – The One Who Dries up Everything
882) Virochana – The One Who Shines in Different Forms
883) Surya – The One Source From Where Everything is Born
884) Savita – The One Who Brings Forth the Universe from Himself
885) Ravilochana – The One Who has the Sun for His Eyes
886) Ananta – The One Who is Endless
887) Hutabhuka – The One Who Accepts Oblations
888) Bhokta – The One Who is the Consumer of Nature
889) Sukhada – The Giver of Bliss to those Who are Liberated
890) Naikaja – The One Who is Born Many Times
891) Agraja – The One Who is First-Born
892) Anirvinna – The One Who Feels No Disappointment
893) Sadamarshee – The Lord Who Forgives the Mistakes Committed by His Devotees
894) Lokadhishthanam – The One Who is the Basis of the World
895) Adbhuta – The One Who is the Wonder
896) Sanat – The Lord Who is the Beginningless and Endless Factor
897) Sanatanatama – The One Who is Most Ancient
898) Kapila – The Great Sage Kapila
899) Kapi – The One Who is the Sun
900) Avyaya – The One in Whom All Disappear During the Deluge

901) Svastida – The Lord Who Gives All Good Things to His Devotees
902) Svastikrit – The Lord Who does Good
903) Svasti – The Lord Who is the Source of All Auspiciouness
904) Svastibhuka – The Lord Who Constantly Enjoys Auspiciousness
905) Svastidakshina – The Distributor of Auspiciousness
906) Araudra – The Lord Who is Never Cruel
907) Kundali – The Lord Who Wears Shining Ear Globes
908) Chakri – The Holder of Chakra
909) Vikrami – The Most Daring
910) Urjita-shasana – The Lord Who Gives Firm Orders
911) Shabdatiga – The Lord Who Transcends All Words
912) Shabdasaha – The Lord Who Allows Himself to be Invoked by Vedic Declarations
913) Shishira – The Lord Who is Cool Like Winter
914) Sharvarikara – The Creator of Darkness
915) Akroora – The Lord Who is not Cruel
916) Peshala – The Lord Who is Supremely Soft
917) Daksha – The Lord Who is Clever
918) Dakshina – The Most Liberal
919) Kshaminamvara – The One with the Greatest of Forgiving Powers
920) Vidvattama – The Lord Who has the Greatest Wisdom
921) Veetabhaya – The Lord Who has No Fear
922) Punya-shravana-keertana – The Lord Who Increases Boons to Those Who Sing About Him
923) Uttarana – The Lord Who Lifts Us Out of the Ocean of Change
924) Dushkritiha – The Destroyer of Bad Actions
925) Punya – The Lord Who is Supremely Pure
926) Duh-svapna-nashana – The Lord Who Destroys All Bad Dreams
927) Veeraha – The Slayer of the Valiant Foes
928) Rakshana – The Protector of the Universe
929) Santa – The Lord Who is Expressed Through Saintly Men
930) Jeevana – The Life Spark in All Creatures
931) Paryavasthita – The Lord Who Dwells Everywhere
932) Anantaroopa – The Lord Who has Countless Forms
933) Anantashree – The Lord Full of Infinite Glories
934) Jitamanyu – The Lord Who has won over anger
935) Bhayapaha – The Lord Who Destroys All Fears
936) Chaturashra – The Lord Who Deals Squarely
937) Gabhiratma – The Lord of Deep and Profound Nature
938) Vidisha – The Lord Who is Unique in His Giving
939) Vyaadisha – The Lord Who is Unique in His Commanding Power
940) Disha – The Lord Who Advises and Gives Knowledge
941) Anadi – The Lord Who has No Beginning
942) Bhuvo-bhuva – The One Who Exists in Himself Without Any Other Support
943) Lakshmi – The Lord Who is the Abode of All Wealth
944) Suveera – The Lord Who Moves with Great and Divine Glories
945) Ruchirangada – The Lord Who Wears Resplendent Shoulder Caps
946) Janana – The Lord Who Delivers All Living Creatures
947) Jana-janmadi – The One Who is the Cause of the Birth of All Creatures
948) Bheema – The One Who is of Fearful Form
949) Bheema-parakrama – The Oen Whose Prowess is Fearful to His Enemies
950) Adharanilaya – The Lord Who is the Fundamental Sustainer
951) Adhata – The One Who has No Authority Above Him to Give Him Directions
952) Pushpahasa – The Lord Who Opens Like a Flower at the Time of Primal Creation
953) Prajagara – The Lord Who is Always Awake
954) Urdhvaga – The Lord Who is on Top of Everything
955) Sadpathachara – The Lord Who Moves Only in the Path of Truth
956) Pranada – The Lord Who Gives Life to the Physical Body
957) Pranava – The Lord Who is Omkara Which Denotes the Supreme Truth
958) Pana – The Supreme Universal Manager
959) Pramanam – The Lord Who is the Basis of All Scriptures
960) Prananilaya – The Lord in Whom All Life Exists
961) Pranabhrit – The Lord Who Controls and Rules All Activities of Life
962) Pranajeevana – The Lord Who Gives the Breath of Life to the Living Creatures
963) Tattvam – The Lord Who is the Real and Only Truth
964) Tattvavit – The Lord Who Manifests as the Knowledge of the Supreme Truth
965) Ekatma – The Lord Who is the One and Only One Soul
966) Janma-mrityu-jaratiga – The Lord Who has No Birth, No Death and is Not Affected by Time
967) Bhoor-bhuvah-swastaru – The Lord Who Nourishes the Tree (of Bhoo, Bhuvah and sva) of Life
968) Taara – The Lord Who Helps to Get Across the Ocean of Life
969) Savita – The Father of the Universe
970) Prapitamaha – The Lord Who is the Great Old Grand Father of the Universe
971) Yajna – The Lord Who has the Form of Sincere and Peaceful Co-Existence
972) Yajnapati – The Lord of All Yajnas
973) Yajva – The Lord Who Performs Yajna
974) Yajnanga – The Lord Whose Limbs are the Things Employed in Yajna
975) Yajnavahana – The Lord Who Fulfils Yajnas in Complete
976) Yajnabhrit – The Lord Who Accepts Yajna
977) Yajnakrit – The Lord Who Created Yajna
978) Yajnee – The Enjoyer of Yajnas
979) Yajnabhuka – The Receiver of All that is Offered
980) Yajnasadhana – The Lord Who Fulfils All Yajnas
981) Yajnantakrit – The Lord Who Performs the Concluding Act of the Yajna
982) Yajnaguhyam – The Lord Who is the Secret of Yajna
983) Annam – The Lord Who is Food
984) Annada – The Lord Who Eats Food
985) Atmayoni – The Lord Who has No Cause or Source Except Himself
986) Svayamjata – The Lord Who is the Cause of His Own Birth
987) Vaikhana – The One Who Dug the Earth as a Boar (Varaha)
988) Samagayana – The One Who Chants the Sama Veda
989) Devakee-nandana – The Lord Who is the Son of Devaki
990) Srishta – The One Who Creates the World
991) Kshiteesha – The Lord of the Earth
992) Paapa-nashana – Destroyer of All Sins
993) Shankha-bhrit – The Lord Who Carries and Blows the Shell Named ‘Panchajanya’
994) Nandakee – The Lord Who Holds the ‘Nandaka’ Sword
995) Chakri – The Lord Who Carries the Wheel Called Sudarshana
996) Sharnga-dhanva – The Lord Who has the Bow Called Saranga
997) Gadadhara – The Lord Who has a Mace Called Kaumodaki
998) Rathangapani – The Lord Who Keeps the Wheel called Sudarshana in his Hand
999) Akshobhya – The Lord Who Cannot be Annoyed by Anyone
1000) Sarva-praharanayudha – The Lord Who has All Implements for All Kinds of Assault and Fight

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