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List of Hindu Deities, Gods Names in Alphabetical Order

Alphabetical Order of Hindu Gods Names:

Most of the Hindu temples are dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu (including his incarnations Krishna and Rama), Brahma, Shakti (the mother goddess, hence including the forms of Durga and Kali and the goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati), Ganesh and Hanuman. The Hindu scriptures claimed that there were 33 KOTI or 33 category gods, Koti meaning in Sanskrit crore (33 कोटि = 10 prakar, tarah). Crore also translates to 10,000,000 or 10 million.

One theory is that the number 330 million (33 crores) gods refer to the total count of the then known population of all the humans and living beings that ever walked on this planet including the 84 lakh (8.4 million) Jeeva Rasi (living species) signifying that god exists in every living being. This is in line with the belief of Indians to respect all living beings as gods. It is estimated that the world population was around this number about 1000 years ago when this number would have originated. It also explains the many gods (e.g. the grama devatas or village gods who were clearly living persons at one time and many of the other gods who were believed to have been persons, e.g. Rama and Krishna).

Another theory is that the number might be figurative but there are several names and forms for the multitude of gods.[14] Given below is an incomplete list of deities.

A:

  • Ahswhrat, Minor god of trickery and mischief
  • Aakash
  • Acyutah
  • Adimurti
  • Aditi
  • Adityas
  • Agni
  • Anala
  • Anila
  • Annapurna Devi Mata
  • Anumati
  • Anuradha
  • Ap it is also the name of the deva, a personification of water, one of the Vasus in most later Puranic lists.
  • Apam Napat
  • Aranyani
  • Aravan
  • Ardhanari
  • Ardra
  • Arjuna
  • Aruna
  • Arundhati
  • Aryaman
  • Asura
  • Asvayujau
  • Aswiniis
  • Ayyappan
  • Ayyanar
  • Aryadurga
  • Annamma
  • Ajjayya

B:

  • Bagalamukhi
  • Bahuchara Mata
  • Balarama
  • Bhadra
  • Bhadrakali
  • Bhaga
  • Bhairava
  • Bhairavi
  • Bharani
  • Bharati
  • Bhavani
  • Bhishma
  • Bhumidevi
  • Bhumiya
  • Bhutamata
  • Bhuvaneshvari
  • Brahma
  • Brahman
  • Brahmani
  • Brihaspati
  • Budha
  • Buddha
  • Buddhi
  • Budhi Pallien
  • Balaji
  • Beeralingeswara
  • Balambika
  • Banashankari

C:

  • Chandra
  • Chhathi Maiya
  • Chathan
  • Chhinnamasta
  • Chitragupta
  • Chamunda
  • Chowdeshwari

D:

  • Dasha Maa
  • Daksha
  • Dakshayani
  • Danu
  • Dattatreya
  • Deva
  • Devi
  • Devnarayan
  • Dhanvantari
  • Dhara
  • Dharma
  • Dharma Shasta
  • Dhatri
  • Dhumavati
  • Diti
  • Durga
  • Draupadi
  • Dyaus Pita
  • Dhrishtadyumna

G:

  • Ganesha
  • Ganga
  • Garuda
  • Gangothri
  • Gomatha
  • Gayatri
  • Ghanshyam
  • Guardians of the directions
  • Gusainji
  • Gajanan Maharaj of Shegaon

H:

  • Hanuman
  • Hari
  • Hari Krishna
  • Hari Hara
  • Hayagriva
  • Hrishikesh
  • Huligamma
  • Harbadevi
  • Hingladevi
  • Hombaleshwari
  • Hattilakkamma

I:

  • Indra
  • Indrani

J:

  • Jagaddhatri
  • Jambavan
  • Jagannath
  • Jumadi
  • Jhulelal
  • Jalaram
  • Jatayu

K:

  • Kali
  • Kalki
  • Kama
  • Kamalatmika
  • Kamakhya
  • Kamakshi
  • Kanaka Durga
  • Kannaki Amman
  • Karna
  • Kartikeya
  • Karuppa Swami
  • Kashyapa
  • Kathyayini
  • Ketu
  • Khandoba
  • Khatushyamji
  • Khodiyar
  • Kirata Moorti
  • Krishna
  • Kubera
  • Kumbhakarna
  • Kinner Kailash
  • Katteholeyamma
  • Kanyakumari
  • Kosta Prevas
  • Kubjika

L:

  • Lakshmi
  • Lalitha
  • Lakshman
  • Lambodar

M:

  • Muttinamma devi
  • Madurai Veeran
  • Mahesh
  • Mahavidya
  • Mahavishnu
  • Mahalakshmi
  • Mallanna
  • Manda
  • Mariamman
  • Markandeya
  • Matrikas
  • Meenakshi
  • Manasa
  • Manushri
  • Maruts
  • Matangi
  • Manikanta
  • Mhasoba
  • Veer Mhaskoba
  • Mitra
  • Mohini
  • Muthyalamma
  • Murugan
  • Mariamman
  • Muniandi
  • Muthappan
  • Mahalasa
  • Mukyaprana
  • Mookambika
  • Muneeswaran
  • Mahakali
  • Mahalaxmi
  • Mangala
  • Mahishasura Mardini
  • Mailaralingeshwara
  • Mulkattamma
  • Martanda-bhairava

N:

  • Naga Devata
  • Nagathamman
  • Naga siren
  • Naga Yakshi
  • Naina Devi
  • Nandni
  • Nandi
  • Narada
  • Narasimha
  • Narayana
  • Nataraja
  • Neela
  • Nirrith
  • Narmada Devi
  • Nirrta
  • Nookambika

P:

  • Parashurama
  • Parasiva
  • Parjanya
  • Parvati
  • Pashupati
  • Perumal
  • Prajapati
  • Prithvi
  • Pushan
  • Purusha

R:

  • Radha
  • Rukmini
  • Rahu
  • Ram
  • Ramdev Pir
  • Ramnathi
  • Ranganatha
  • Rati
  • Ratri
  • Ravastar
  • Ravi
  • Rbhus
  • Renuka
  • Revanta
  • Rohini Nakshatram
  • Rudra
  • Ranachandi

S:

  • Samaleswari
  • Sai Baba of Shirdi
  • Savitar, God of motion
  • Santoshi Mata
  • Saraswati
  • Saranyu
  • Sati
  • Shakti
  • Shakti Peethas
  • Shantadurga
  • Shani
  • Shashthi
  • Shiva
  • Shyam Baba
  • Sita
  • Sathyabhama
  • Skanda
  • Soma
  • Subrahmanya
  • Surya
  • Shyamala
  • Shitala
  • Svaha
  • Swaminarayan
  • Swami Samarth Maharaj of Akkalkot
  • Sampati
  • Shri Khand
  • Salumaradamma
  • Sateri Devi

T:

  • Tapati
  • Tara
  • Tumburu
  • Tirupati Thimmappa
  • Tripura Sundari
  • Tvashtri

U:

  • Uma
  • Udupi Krishna
  • Urvashi
  • Ushas
  • Ugratara
  • Umiya Mata

V:

  • Valli
  • Vamana
  • Varaha
  • Varahi
  • Varuna
  • Vasu
  • Vayu
  • Veerabhadra
  • Veer Mhaskoba
  • Venkateshwara
  • Vinayaki
  • Vishalakshi
  • Vishnu
  • Vishnumaya
  • Vishvaksena
  • Vithoba
  • Vishwakarma
  • Vivasvat
  • Vyasa
  • Vetaal

Y:

  • Yaksha
  • Yakshini
  • Yama
  • Yamuna
  • Yami
  • Yellamma
  • Yudhishthira
  • Yamini