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Popular Names of Lord Maha Shiva | 115 Popular Names of Lord Maha Shiva

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Aashutosh, one who fulfills wishes instantly
Aja, Unborn
Akshayaguna, God with limitless attributes
Anagha, Without any fault
Anantadrishti, of infinite vision
Augadh, one who revels all the time
Avyayaprabhu, Imperishable Lord
Bhairav, Destroyer of Fear
Bhalanetra, one who has an eye in the forehead
Bholenath, Kind-hearted Lord
Bhooteshwara, Lord of ghosts and spirits
Bhudeva, Lord of the earth
Bhutapala, Protector of the ghosts
Chandrapal, Master of the moon
Chandraprakash, one who has moon as a crest
Dayalu, Compassionate
Devadideva, God of Gods
Dhanadeepa, Lord of Wealth
Dhyanadeep, Icon of meditation and concentration
Dhyutidhara, Lord of Brilliance || 25 ||

Digambara, one who has the skies as his clothes
Durjaneeya, Difficult to be known
Durjaya, Unvanquished
Gangadhara, Lord of River Ganga
Girijapati, Consort of Girija
Gunagrahin, Acceptor of Gunas
Gurudeva, Master of All
Hara, Remover of Sins
Hari, the Sustainer, the Destroyer
Jagadisha, Master of the Universe
Jaradhishamana, Redeemer from Afflictions
Jatin, one who has matted hair
Kailas, one who bestows peace
Kailashadhipati, Lord of Mount Kailash
Kailashnath, Master of Mount Kailash
Kamalakshana, Lotus-eyed Lord
Kantha, Ever-Radiant
Kapalin, one who wears a necklace of skulls
Khatvangin, bearer of the missile Khatvang
Kochadaiyaan, the Lord with Long, Matted Locks of Hair
Kundalin, one who wears earrings
Lalataksha, one who has an eye in the forehead
Lingadhyaksha, Lord of the Lingas
Lingaraja, the Phallus King
Lokankara, Creator of the Three Worlds
Lokapal, one who takes care of the world
Mahabuddhi, Extreme intelligence
Mahadeva, Greatest God
Mahakala, Lord of All Times
Mahamaya, of great illusions || 50 ||

Mahamrityunjaya, Great victor of death
Mahanidhi, Great storehouse
Mahashaktimaya, one who has boundless energies
Mahayogi, Greatest Yogi
Mahesha, Supreme Lord
Maheshwara, Lord of Gods
Nagabhushana, one who has serpents as ornaments
Nataraja, King of the art of dancing
Nilakantha, Blue-throated
Nityasundara, Ever beautiful
Nrityapriya, Lover of Dance
Omkara, Creator of OM
Palanhaar, one who protects everyone
Panchatsaran, Vigorous
Parameshwara, First among all gods
Paramjyoti, Greatest splendor
Pashupati, Lord of all living beings
Pinakin, one who has a bow in his hand
Pranava, Originator of the syllable of OM
Priyabhakta, Favorite of the devotees
Priyadarshana, of loving vision
Pushkara, one who gives nourishment
Pushpalochana, one who has eyes like flowers
Ravilochana, having sun as the eye
Rudraksha, one who has eyes like Rudra || 75 ||

Sadashiva, Eternal Source of Joy
Sanatana, Eternal God
Sarvacharya, Supreme Teacher, Holder of all knowledge
Sarvashiva, Eternal Lord
Sarvatapana, Preceptor of All
Sarvayoni, Always Pure
Sarvesh, The Lord Of All
Sarveshwara, Lord of All
Shambhu, Source of Everything
Shankara, Lord of All Gods
Shantah, Preceptor of Skanda
Shiva, Abode of Joy
Shoolin, Giver of Joy
Shreshhtha, Lord of the moon
Shrikantha, Always Pure
Shrutiprakasha, one who has a trident
Shubhankar, a person that is adopted by a team or other group as a symbolic figure or auspicious
Shuddhavigraha, of pure form
Skandaguru, Illuminator of the Vedas
Someshwara, one who has a pure body
Sukhada, Bestower of happiness
Suprita, well pleased
Suragana, having Gods as attendants
Sureshwara, Lord of all Gods
Swayambhu, Self-Manifested || 100 ||

Tejaswani, one who spreads illumination
Trilochana, Three-Eyed Lord
Trilokpati, Master of all the Three Worlds
Tripurari, Destroyer of the “Tripur” (the 3 planets created by Asuras)
Trishoolin, one who has a trident in his hands
Umapati, Consort of Uma
Vachaspati, Lord of Speech
Vajrahasta, one who has a thunderbolt in his hands
Varada, Granter of Boons
Vedakarta, Originator of the Vedas
Veerabhadra, Supreme Lord of the Nether World
Vishalaksha, Wide-eyed Lord
Vishveshwara, Lord of the Universe
Vishwanath, Master of the Universe
Vrishavahana, one who has bull as his vehicle || 115 ||

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