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aadideva

the primary source


of everything

aadideva
h

the first deity

aadityah

the son of aditi


(vaamana)

aadityah

son of aditi

aanandah

a mass of pure
bliss

aanandee

one who gives


delight

aashrama
h

haven

aatmavaa
n

the self in all


beings

aatmayon
ih

the un-caused
cause

aavartan
ah

the unseen
dynamism

abhipraa
yah

one who is faced


by all seekers
marching to the
infinite

a-bhooh

one who has no


birth

acalah

non-moving

achyutah

infallible

achyutah

he who undergoes
no changes

acintyo

inconceivable

adbhutah

wonderful

adhaataa

above whom there


is no other to
command

adhishtha
anam

the substratum of
the entire universe

adhoksha
jah

one whose vitality


never flows
downwards

adhritah

without support

adrishyah

imperceptible

agraahya
h

he who is not
perceived

sensually
agrajah

the first-born

agraneeh

he who guides us
to the peak

ahah

he who is the
nature of time

ahassam
vartakah

he who thrills the


day and makes it
function vigorously

ajah

unborn

ajah

he who takes the


form of aja,
brahma

ajah

unborn

ajitah

vanquished by
none

akroorah

never cruel

akshara

indestructible

aksharam

imperishable

akshobhy
ah

one who is ever


unruffled

akshobhy
ah

one who cannot be


annoyed by anyone

amaanee

without false
vanity

amarapra
bhuh

the lord of the


devas

ambhonidhir

the substratum of
the four types of
beings

ameyaat
maa

he who manifests
in infinite varieties

ameyaat
maa

he whose essence
is immeasurable

amitaash
anah

of endless appetite

amitavikr
amah

of immeasurable
prowess

amitavikr
amah

of immeasurable
prowess

amoghah

ever useful

amoghah

he whose acts are


for a great purpose

amoortih

formless

amoortirm
aan

having no form

amritaam
soodbhav
o

the moon who


gives flavor to
vegetables

amritaas
hah

one whose desires


are never fruitless

amritah

immortal

amritapa
h

one who drinks the


nectar

amritava
puh

he whose form is
immortal

amrityuh

he who knows no
death

anaadih

one who is the first


cause

anaadinidhanah

he without origin
or end

anaamay
ah

one who has no


diseases

anaghah

sinless

anaghah

sinless

analah

fire

analah

one of unlimited
wealth, power and
glory

anantaat
maa

the infinite self

anantah

endless

anantah

endless

anantajit

ever-victorious

anantaro
opah

one of infinite
forms

anantash
reeh

full of infinite
glories

anarthah

one to whom there


is nothing yet to be
fulfilled

anayah

one who has no


leader

aneeshah

one who has none


to lord over him

anekamo
ortih

multi-formed

anilah

air

anilah

one who never


slips

animisha
h

he who remains
unwinking; ever
knowing

anirdeshy
a-vapuh

he whose form is
indescribable

anirdeshy
a-vapuh

of indescribable
form

aniruddh
ah

he who cannot be
obstructed

anirvinna
h

he who has no
discontent

anirvinna
h

one who feels no


disappointment

anivartee

one who never


retreats

aniyantaa

one who has no


controller

annaadah

one who eats the


food

annam

one who is food

annirudd
hah

he who is
invincible by any
enemy

antakah

the death

anuh

the subtlest

anukoola
h

well-wisher of
everyone

anuttama
h

incomparably great

apaamnidhih

treasure of waters
(the ocean)

aparaajit
ah

one who cannot be


defeated

apramatt

he who never

ah

makes a wrong
judgement

aprameya
atmaa

a soul not known


through the
pramanas

aprameya
h

he who cannot be
perceived

apratirat
hah

one who has no


enemies to
threaten him

apyayah

the one in whom


the universe
merges

araudrah

one who has no


negative emotions
or urges

aravindaa
kshah

he who has eyes as


beautiful as the
lotus

archishm
aan

the effulgent

architah

one who is
constantly
worshipped by his
devotees

arhah

one who deserves


to be worshiped

arkah

one who is in the


form of the sun

arthah

he who is
worshiped by all

asankhye
yah

he who has
numberless names
and forms

asat

illusion

ashokah

he who has no
sorrow

ashvattas

tree of life

ateendra
h

he who surpasses
indra

ateendriy
o

beyond the sense


organs

athaapar
aajitah

the unvanquished

atulah

incomparable

aushadha
m

medicine

avijnaata
a

the non-knower
(the knower being
the conditioned
soul within the
body)

avyaktah

unmanifeset

avyangah

without
imperfections

avyayah

without
destruction

ayamah

one who knows no


death

babhrur

he who rules over


all the worlds

bahushiraah

he who has many


heads

beejamav
yayam

the immutable
seed

bhaanuh

self-effulgent

bhaarabh
rit

one who carries


the load of the
universe

bhaaskar
a-dyutih

the effulgence of
the sun

bhaavana
h

he who gives
everything to his
devotees

bhaavo

he who becomes
all moving and
nonmoving things

bhagahaa

one who destroys


the six opulences
during pralaya

bhagavaa
n

one who possesses


six opulences

bhaktava
tsalah

one who loves his


devotees

bhartaa

he who governs
the entire living
world

bhayakrit

giver of fear

bhayanaa
shanah

destroyer of fear

bhayapah
ah

one who destroys


all fears

bheemah

the terrible

bheemah

terrible form

bheemaparaakra
mah

one whose prowess


is fearful to his
enemies