Sahasranamavali of Lord Vishnu (In English)

Sanatan Bhakti सनातन भक्ति

In the Puranas, Trimurti Vishnu is considered as the follower of the world or the world. The other two forms of the Trimurti are believed to be Brahma and Mahadev (Shiva), the god of gods. While Shri Brahma Ji is considered to be the creator of the world, Mahadev Lord Shiva is considered as the destroyer. Originally Vishnu and Shiva and Brahma are also the same, this belief has also been generally accepted. That is why there is no different among the three gods.

1008 Names of Lord Vishnu Mantra in English With Meaning

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 Essence11) 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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