Navaratri: In this Durga Puja or Navaratri, we will be share something very interesting about Maa Durga. We all worship Maa Durga in this Navaratri for nine days but suppose you are busy enough and have no time to dedicate for Puja.

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In that case, don’t worry just chant 108 names of the Maa Durga which is very equivalent to the Durga Puja for the nine days. You need to chant the names of Maa Durga for 108 times consecutively for 9 days in this Navratri.

108 Names of Durga Maa

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By doing this Maa Durga will shower you with her massive blessings which will also make your all dreams come true and you will also seek blessings from Maa Durga in the abundances’ of numbers.

Just scroll down this article to know 108 names of the Maa Durga and if you like the article don’t forget to share the same in your social media account so that your friend will also get to know some names.

108 Names of Durga Maa

  1. Sati – One who got burned alive
  2. Saadhvi -The Sanguine
  3. Bhavaprita – One who is loved by the universe
  4. Bhavaani – The abode of the universe
  5. Bhavamochani – The absolver of the universe
  6. Aarya – Goddess
  7. Durga – The Invincible
  8. Jaya – The Victorious
  9. Aadya – The Initial reality
  10. Trinetra – One who has three-eyes
  11. Shooldharini – One who holds a monodent
  12. Pinaakadharini – One who holds the trident of Shiva
  13. Chitra – The Picturesque
  14. Chandaghanta – One who has mighty bells
  15. Mahaatapa – With severe penance
  16. Manah – Mind
  17. Buddhi – Intelligence
  18. Ahankaara – One with Pride
  19. Chittarupa – One who is in thought-state
  20. Chita – Death-bed
  21. Chiti – The thinking mind
  22. Sarvamantramayi – One who possess all the instruments of thought
  23. Satta – One who is above all  
  24. Satyanandasvarupini – Form of Eternal bliss 
108 Names of Durga Maa

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  1. Ananta – One who is Infinite or beyond measure
  2. Bhaavini – The Beautiful Woman
  3. Bhaavya – Represents Future
  4. Bhavya – With Magnificence
  5. Abhavya – Improper or fear-causing
  6. Sadagati – Always in motion, bestowing Moksha (salvation)
  7. Shaambhavi – Consort of Shambhu
  8. Devamata – Mother Goddess
  9. Chinta – Tension
  10. Ratnapriya – Adorned or loved by jewels
  11. Sarvavidya – Knowledgeable
  12. Dakshakanya – Daughter of Daksha
  13. Dakshayajñavinaashini – Destroyer of the sacrifice of Daksha
  14. Aparna – One who doesn’t eat even leaves while fasting
  15. Anekavarna – One who has many complexions
  16. Paatala – Red in color
  17. Paatalavati – Wearing red-color attire
  18. Pattaambaraparidhaana – Wearing a dress made of leather
  19. Kalamanjiiraranjini – Wearing a musical anklet
  20. Ameyaa – One who is beyond measure
  21. Vikrama – Violent
  22. Krrooraa – Brutal (on demons)
  23. Sundari – The Gorgeous
  24. Sursundari – Extremely Beautiful
  25. Vandurga – Goddess of forests
  26. Maatangi – Goddess of Matanga
  27. Matangamunipujita – Worshipped by Sage Matanga
  28. Braahmi – Power of God Brahma
  29. Maaheshvari – Power of Lord Mahesha (Shiva)
  30. Aeindri – Power of God Indra
  31. Kaumaari – The adolescent
  32. Vaishnavi – The invincible
  33. Chaamunda – Slayer of Chanda and Munda(demons)
  34. Vaarahi – One who rides on Varaah
  35. Lakshmi – Goddess of Wealth
  36. Purushaakriti -One who takes the form of a man
  37. Vimalauttkarshini -One who provides joy
  38. Gyaana – Full of Knowledge
  39. Kriya – One who is in action
  40. Nitya – The eternal one
  41. Buddhida – The bestower of wisdom
  42. Bahula – One who is in various forms
  43. Bahulaprema – One who is loved by all
  44. Sarvavahanavahana -One who rides all vehicles
  45. NishumbhaShumbhaHanani – Slayer of the demon-brothers Shumbha Nishumbha 
  46. MahishasuraMardini – Slayer of the bull-demon Mahishaasura
  47. MadhuKaitabhaHantri – Slayer of the demon-duo Madhu and Kaitabha
  48. ChandaMundaVinashini – Destroyer of the ferocious asuras Chanda and Munda
  49. Sarvasuravinasha – Destroyer of all demons
  50. Sarvadaanavaghaatini – Possessing the power to kill all the demons
  51. Sarvashaastramayi – One who is deft in all theories
  52. Satya – The truth
  53. Sarvaastradhaarini – Possessor of all the missile weapons
  54. Anekashastrahasta – Possessor of many hand weapons
  55. AnekastraDhaarini – Possessor of many missile weapons
  56. Komaari – The beautiful adolescent
  57. Ekakanya – The girl child
  58. Kaishori – The adolescent
  59. Yuvati – The Woman
  60. Yati – Ascetic, one who renounces the world
  61. Apraudha – One who never gets old
  62. Praudha – One who is old
  63. Vriddhamaata – The old mother (loosely)
  64. Balaprada – The bestower of strength
  65. Mahodari – One who has huge belly which stores the universe
  66. Muktakesha – One who has open tresses
  67. Ghorarupa – Having a fierce outlook
  68. Mahaabala – Having immense strength
  69. Agnijwaala – One who is poignant like fire
  70. Raudramukhi – One who has a fierce face like destroyer Rudra
  71. Kaalaratri – Goddess who is black like night
  72. Tapasvini – one who is engaged in penance
  73. Narayani – The destructive aspect of Lord Narayana (Brahma)
  74. Bhadrakaali Fierce form of Kali
  75. Vishnumaya Spell of Lord Vishnu
  76. Jalodari – Abode of the ethereal universe
  77. Shivadooti – Ambassador of Lord Shiva
  78. Karaali – The Violent
  79. Ananta – The Infinite
  80. Parameshvari – The Ultimate Goddess
  81. Katyayani -One who is worshipped by sage Katyanan
  82. Savitri – Daughter of the Sun God Savitr
  83. Pratyaksha – One who is real
  84. Brahmavaadini One who is present everywhere 

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