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1000 names of Vishnu

1) vishvam:

He who is the universe, the virat-purusha

2) vishnuh:

He who pervades everywhere

3) vashatkaarah:

He who is invoked for oblations

4) bhoota-bhavya-bhavat-prabhuh:

The Lord of past, present and future

5) bhoota-krit:

The creator of all creatures

6) bhoota-bhrit:

He who nourishes all creatures

7) bhaavo:

He who becomes all moving and nonmoving things

8) bhootaatmaa:

The aatman of all beings

9) bhoota-bhaavanah:

The cause of the growth and birth of all creatures

10) pootaatmaa:

He with an extremely pure essence

11) paramaatmaa:

The Supersoul

12) muktaanaam paramaa gatih:

The final goal, reached by liberated souls

13) avyayah:

Without destruction

14) purushah:

He who dwells in the city of nine gates

15) saakshee:

The witness

16) kshetrajnah:

The knower of the field

17) akshara:

Indestructible

18) yogah:

He who is realized through yoga

19) yoga-vidaam netaa:

The guide of those who know yoga

20) pradhaana-purusheshvarah:

Lord of pradhaana and purusha

21) naarasimha-vapuh:

He whose form is man-lion

22) shreemaan:

He who is always with shree

23) keshavah:

He who has beautiful locks of hair

24) purushottamah:

The Supreme Controller

25) sarvah:

He who is everything

26) sharvas:

The auspicious

27) shivah:

He who is eternally pure

28) sthaanuh:

The pillar, the immovable truth

29) bhootaadih:

The cause of the five great elements

30) nidhir-avyayah:

The imperishable treasure

31) sambhavah:

He who descends of His own free will

32) bhaavanah:

He who gives everything to his devotees

33) bhartaa:

He who governs the entire living world

34) prabhavah:

The womb of the five great elements

35) prabhuh:

The Almighty Lord

36) eeshvarah:

He who can do anything without any help

37) svayambhooh:

He who manifests from Himself

38) shambhuh:

He who brings auspiciousness

39) aadityah:

The son of Aditi (Vaamana)

40) pushkaraakshah:

He who has eyes like the lotus

41) mahaasvanah:

He who has a thundering voice

42) anaadi-nidhanah:

He without origin or end

43) dhaataa:

He who supports all fields of experience

44) vidhaataa:

The dispenser of fruits of action

45) dhaaturuttamah:

The subtlest atom

46) aprameyah:

He who cannot be perceived

47) hrisheekeshah:

The Lord of the senses

48) padmanaabhah:

He from whose navel comes the lotus

49) amaraprabhuh:

The Lord of the devas

50) vishvakarmaa:

The creator of the universe

51) manuh:

He who has manifested as the Vedic mantras

52) tvashtaa:

He who makes huge things small

53) sthavishtah:

The supremely gross

54) sthaviro dhruvah:

The ancient, motionless one

55) agraahyah:

He who is not perceived sensually

56) shaashvatah:

He who always remains the same

57) krishno:

He whose complexion is dark

58) lohitaakshah:

Red-eyed

59) pratardanah:

The Supreme destruction

60) prabhootas:

Ever-full

61) trikakub-dhaama:

The support of the three quarters

62) pavitram:

He who gives purity to the heart

63) mangalam param:

The Supreme auspiciousness

64) eeshanah:

The controller of the five great elements

65) praanadah:

He who gives life

66) praano:

He who ever lives

67) jyeshthah:

Older than all

68) shreshthah:

The most glorious

69) prajaapatih:

The Lord of all creatures

70) hiranyagarbhah:

He who dwells in the womb of the world

71) bhoogarbhah:

He who is the womb of the world

72) maadhavah:

Husband of Lakshmi

73) madhusoodanah:

Destroyer of the Madhu demon

74) eeshvarah:

The contoller

75) vikramee:

He who is full of prowess

76) dhanvee:

He who always has a divine bow

77) medhaavee:

Supremely intelligent

78) vikramah:

He who stepped (Vaamana)

79) kramah:

All-pervading

80) anuttamah:

Incomparably great

81) duraadharshah:

He who cannot be attacked successfully

82) kritajnah:

He who knows all that is

83) kritih:

He who rewards all our actions

84) aatmavaan:

The self in all beings

85) sureshah:

The Lord of the demigods

86) sharanam:

The refuge

87) sharma:

He who is Himself infinite bliss

88) visva-retaah:

The seed of the universe

89) prajaa-bhavah:

He from whom all praja comes

90) ahah:

He who is the nature of time

91) samvatsarah:

He from whom the concept of time comes

92) vyaalah:

The serpent (vyaalah) to athiests

93) pratyayah:

He whose nature is knowledge

94) sarvadarshanah:

All-seeing

95) ajah:

Unborn

96) sarveshvarah:

Controller of all

97) siddhah:

The most famous

98) siddhih:

He who gives moksha

99) sarvaadih:

The beginning of all

100) achyutah:

Infallible

101) vrishaakapih:

He who lifts the world to dharma

102) ameyaatmaa:

He who manifests in infinite varieties

103) sarva-yoga-vinissritah:

He who is free from all attachments

104) vasuh:

The support of all elements

105) vasumanaah:

He whose mind is supremely pure

106) satyah:

The truth

107) samaatmaa:

He who is the same in all

108) sammitah:

He who has been accepted by authorities

109) samah:

Equal

110) amoghah:

Ever useful

111) pundareekaakshah:

He who dwells in the heart

112) vrishakarmaa:

He whose every act is righteous

113) vrishaakritih:

The form of dharma

114) rudrah:

He who makes all people weep

115) bahu-shiraah:

He who has many heads

116) babhrur:

He who rules over all the worlds

117) vishvayonih:

The womb of the universe

118) shuchi-shravaah:

He who has beautiful, sacred names

119) amritah:

Immortal

120) shaashvatah-sthaanur:

Permanent and immovable

121) varaaroho:

The most glorious destination

122) mahaatapaah:

He of great tapas

123) sarvagah:

All-pervading

124) sarvavid-bhaanuh:

All-knowing and effulgent

125) vishvaksenah:

He against whom no army can stand

126) janaardanah:

He who gives joy to good people

127) vedah:

He who is the Vedas

128) vedavid:

The knower of the Vedas

129) avyangah:

Without imperfections

130) vedaangah:

He whose limbs are the Vedas

131) vedavit:

He who contemplates upon the Vedas

132) kavih:

The seer

133) lokaadhyakshah:

He who presides over all lokas

134) suraadhyaksho:

He who presides over all devas

135) dharmaadhyakshah:

He who presides over dharma

136) krita-akritah:

All that is created and not created

137) chaturaatmaa:

The four-fold self

138) chaturvyoohah:

Vasudeva, Sankarshan etc

139) chaturdamstrah:

He who has four canines (Nrsimha)

140) chaturbhujah:

Four-handed

141) bhraajishnur:

Self-effulgent consciousness

142) bhojanam:

He who is the sense-objects

143) bhoktaa:

The enjoyer

144) sahishnuh:

He who can suffer patiently

145) jagadaadijah:

Born at the beginning of the world

146) anaghah:

Sinless

147) vijayah:

Victorious

148) jetaa:

Ever-successful

149) vishvayonih:

He who incarnates because of the world

150) punarvasuh:

He who gives repeatedly in different bodies

151) upendrah:

The younger brother of Indra (vaamana)

152) vaamanah:

He with a dwarf body

153) praamshuh:

He with a huge body

154) amoghah:

He whose acts are for a great purpose

155) shuchih:

He who is spotlessly clean

156) oorjitah:

He who has infinite vitality

157) ateendrah:

He who surpasses Indra

158) samgrahah:

He who holds everything together

159) sargah:

He who creates the world from Himself

160) dhritaatmaa:

Established in Himself

161) niyamo:

The appointing authority

162) yamah:

The administrator

163) vedyah:

That which is to be known

164) vaidyah:

The Supreme doctor

165) sadaa-yogee:

Always in yoga

166) veerahaa:

He who destroys the mighty heroes

167) maadhavo:

The Lord of all knowledge

168) madhuh:

Sweet

169) ateendriyo:

Beyond the sense organs

170) mahaamayo:

The Supreme Master of all Maayaa

171) mahotsaaho:

The great enthusiast

172) mahaabalah:

He who has supreme strength

173) mahaabuddhir:

He who has supreme intelligence

174) mahaa-veeryah:

The supreme essence

175) mahaa-shaktih:

All-powerful

176) mahaa-dyutih:

Greatly luminous

177) anirdeshya-vapuh:

He whose form is indescribable

178) shreemaan:

He who is always courted by glories

179) ameyaatmaa:

He whose essence is immeasurable

180) mahaadri-dhrik:

He who supports the great mountain

181) maheshvaasah:

He who wields shaarnga

182) maheebhartaa:

The husband of mother earth

183) shreenivaasah:

The permanent abode of Shree

184) sataam gatih:

The goal for all virtuous people

185) aniruddhah:

He who cannot be obstructed

186) suraanando:

He who gives out happiness

187) govindah:

The protector of the cows

188) govidaam-patih:

The Lord of all men of wisdom

189) mareechih:

Effulgence

190) damanah:

He who controls rakshasas

191) hamsah:

The swan

192) suparnah:

Beautiful-winged (Two birds analogy)

193) bhujagottamah:

The serpent Ananta

194) hiranyanaabhah:

He who has a golden navel

195) sutapaah:

He who has glorious tapas

196) padmanaabhah:

He whose navel is like a lotus

197) prajaapatih:

He from whom all creatures emerge

198) amrityuh:

He who knows no death

199) sarva-drik:

The seer of everything

200) simhah:

He who destroys

201) sandhaataa:

The regulator

202) sandhimaan:

He who seems to be conditioned

203) sthirah:

Steady

204) ajah:

He who takes the form of Aja, Brahma

205) durmarshanah:

He who cannot be vanquished

206) shaastaa:

He who rules over the universe

207) visrutaatmaa:

He who is called atma in the Vedas

208) suraarihaa:

Destroyer of the enemies of the devas

209) guruh:

The teacher

210) gurutamah:

The greatest teacher

211) dhaama:

The goal

212) satyah:

He who is Himself the truth

213) satya-paraakramah:

Dynamic Truth

214) nimishah:

He who has closed eyes in contemplation

215) animishah:

He who remains unwinking; ever knowing

216) sragvee:

He who always wears a garland of undecaying flowers

217) vaachaspatir-udaara-dheeh:

He who is eloquent in championing the Supreme law of life; He with a large-hearted intelligence

218) agraneeh:

He who guides us to the peak

219) graamaneeh:

He who leads the flock

220) shreemaan:

The possessor of light, effulgence, glory

221) nyaayah:

Justice

222) netaa:

The leader

223) sameeranah:

He who sufficiently administers all movements of all living creatures

224) sahasra-moordhaa:

He who has endless heads

225) vishvaatmaa:

The soul of the universe

226) sahasraakshah:

Thousands of eyes

227) sahasrapaat:

Thousand-footed

228) aavartanah:

The unseen dynamism

229) nivritaatmaa:

The soul retreated from matter

230) samvritah:

He who is vieled from the jiva

231) sam-pramardanah:

He who persecutes evil men

232) ahassamvartakah:

He who thrills the day and makes it function vigorously

233) vahnih:

Fire

234) anilah:

Air

235) dharaneedharah:

He who supports the earth

236) suprasaadah:

Fully satisfied

237) prasanaatmaa:

Ever pure and all-blissful self

238) vishva-dhrik:

Supporter of the world

239) vishvabhuk:

He who enjoys all experiences

240) vibhuh:

He who manifests in endless forms

241) satkartaa:

He who adores good and wise people

242) satkritah:

He who is adored by all good people

243) saadhur:

He who lives by the righteous codes

244) jahnuh:

Leader of men

245) naaraayanah:

He who resides on the waters

246) narah:

The guide

247) asankhyeyah:

He who has numberlesss names and forms

248) aprameyaatmaa:

A soul not known through the pramanas

249) vishishtah:

He who transcends all in His glory

250) shishta-krit:

The law-maker

251) shuchih:

He who is pure

252) siddhaarthah:

He who has all arthas

253) siddhasankalpah:

He who gets all He wishes for

254) siddhidah:

The giver of benedictions

255) siddhisaadhanah:

The power behind our sadhana

256) vrishaahee:

Controller of all actions

257) vrishabhah:

He who showers all dharmas

258) vishnuh:

Long-striding

259) vrishaparvaa:

The ladder leading to dharma (As well as dharma itself)

260) vrishodarah:

He from whose belly life showers forth

261) vardhanah:

The nurturer and nourisher

262) vardhamaanah:

He who can grow into any dimension

263) viviktah:

Separate

264) shruti-saagarah:

The ocean for all scripture

265) subhujah:

He who has graceful arms

266) durdurdharah:

He who cannot be known by great yogis

267) vaagmee:

He who is eloquent in speech

268) mahendrah:

The lord of Indra

269) vasudah:

He who gives all wealth

270) vasuh:

He who is Wealth

271) naika-roopo:

He who has unlimited forms

272) brihad-roopah:

Vast, of infinite dimensions

273) shipivishtah:

The presiding deity of the sun

274) prakaashanah:

He who illuminates

275) ojas-tejo-dyutidharah:

The possessor of vitality, effulgence and beauty

276) prakaashaatmaa:

The effulgent self

277) prataapanah:

Thermal energy; one who heats

278) riddhah:

Full of prosperity

279) spashtaaksharo:

One who is indicated by OM

280) mantrah:

The nature of the Vedic mantras

281) chandraamshuh:

The rays of the moon

282) bhaaskara-dyutih:

The effulgence of the sun

283) amritaamsoodbhavo:

The moon who gives flavor to vegetables

284) bhaanuh:

Self-effulgent

285) shashabindhuh:

The moon who has a rabbit-like spot

286) sureshvarah:

A person of extreme charity

287) aushadham:

Medicine

288) jagatas-setuh:

A bridge across the material energy

289) satya-dharma-paraakramah:

One who champions heroically for truth and righteousness

290) bhoota-bhavya-bhavan-naathah:

The Lord of past, present and future

291) pavanah:

The air that fills the universe

292) paavanah:

He who gives life-sustaining power to air

293) analah:

Fire

294) kaamahaa:

He who destroys all desires

295) kaamakrit:

He who fulfills all desires

296) kaantah:

He who is of enchanting form

297) kaamah:

The beloved

298) kaamapradah:

He who supplies desired objects

299) prabhuh:

The Lord

300) yugaadi-krit:

The creator of the yugas

301) yugaavartah:

The law behind time

302) naikamaayah:

He whose forms are endless and varied

303) mahaashanah:

He who eats up everything

304) adrishyah:

Imperceptible

305) vyaktaroopah:

He who is perceptible to the yogi

306) sahasrajit:

He who vanquishes thousands

307) anantajit:

Ever-victorious

308) ishtah:

He who is invoked through Vedic rituals

309) visishtah:

The noblest and most sacred

310) sishteshtah:

The greatest beloved

311) shikhandee:

He who wears a peacock feather

312) nahushah:

He who binds all with maya

313) vrishah:

He who is dharma

314) krodhahaa:

He who destroys anger

315) krodhakrit-kartaa:

He who generates anger against the lower tendency

316) visvabaahuh:

He whose hand is in everything

317) maheedharah:

The support of the earth

318) achyutah:

He who undergoes no changes

319) prathitah:

He who exists pervading all

320) praanah:

The prana in all living creatures

321) praanadah:

He who gives prana

322) vaasavaanujah:

The brother of Indra

323) apaam-nidhih:

Treasure of waters (the ocean)

324) adhishthaanam:

The substratum of the entire universe

325) apramattah:

He who never makes a wrong judgement

326) pratishthitah:

He who has no cause

327) skandah:

He whose glory is expressed through Subrahmanya

328) skanda-dharah:

Upholder of withering righteousness

329) dhuryah:

Who carries out creation etc without hitch

330) varadah:

He who fulfills boons

331) vaayuvaahanah:

Controller of winds

332) vaasudevah:

Dwelling in all creatures although not affected by that condition

333) brihat-bhaanuh:

He who illumines the world with the rays of the sun and moon

334) aadidevah:

The primary source of everything

335) purandarah:

Destroyer of cities

336) ashokah:

He who has no sorrow

337) taaranah:

He who enables others to cross

338) taarah:

He who saves

339) shoorah:

The valiant

340) shaurih:

He who incarnated in the dynasty of Shoora

341) janeshvarah:

The Lord of the people

342) anukoolah:

Well-wisher of everyone

343) sataavarttah:

He who takes infinite forms

344) padmee:

He who holds a lotus

345) padmanibhekshanah:

Lotus-eyed

346) padmanaabhah:

He who has a lotus-navel

347) aravindaakshah:

He who has eyes as beautiful as the lotus

348) padmagarbhah:

He who is being meditated upon in the lotus of the heart

349) shareerabhrit:

He who sustains all bodies

350) maharddhi:

One who has great prosperity

351) riddhah:

He who has expanded Himself as the universe

352) Vriddhaatmaa:

The ancient self

353) mahaakshah:

The great-eyed

354) garudadhvajah:

One who has Garuda on His flag

355) atulah:

Incomparable

356) sharabhah:

One who dwells and shines forth through the bodies

357) bheemah:

The terrible

358) samayajnah:

One whose worship is nothing more than keeping an equal vision of the mind by the devotee

359) havirharih:

The receiver of all oblation

360) sarva-lakshana-lakshanyah:

Known through all proofs

361) lakshmeevaan:

The consort of Laksmi

362) samitinjayah:

Ever-victorious

363) viksharah:

Imperishable

364) rohitah:

The fish incarnation

365) maargah:

The path

366) hetuh:

The cause

367) daamodarah:

Whose stomach is marked with three lines

368) sahah:

All-enduring

369) maheedharah:

The bearer of the earth

370) mahaabhaago:

He who gets the greates share in every Yajna

371) vegavaan:

He who is swift

372) amitaashanah:

Of endless appetite

373) udbhavah:

The originator

374) kshobhanah:

The agitator

375) devah:

He who revels

376) shreegarbhah:

He in whom are all glories

377) parameshvarah:

The Supreme Lord

378) karanam:

The instrument

379) kaaranam:

The cause

380) kartaa:

The doer

381) vikartaa:

Creator of the endless varieties that make up the universe

382) gahanah:

The unknowable

383) guhah:

He who dwells in the cave of the heart

384) vyavasaayah:

Resolute

385) vyavasthaanah:

The substratum

386) samsthaanah:

The ultimate authority

387) sthaanadah:

He who confers the right abode

388) dhruvah:

The changeless in the midst of changes

389) pararddhih:

He who has supreme manifestations

390) paramaspashtah:

The extremely vivid

391) tushtah:

One who is contented with a very simple offering

392) pushtah:

One who is ever-full

393) shubhekshanah:

All-auspicious gaze

394) raamah:

One who is most handsome

395) viraamah:

The abode of perfect-rest

396) virajo:

Passionless

397) maargah:

The path

398) neyah:

The guide

399) nayah:

One who leads

400) anayah:

One who has no leader

401) veerah:

The valiant

402) shaktimataam-shresthah:

The best among the powerful

403) dharmah:

The law of being

404) dharmaviduttamah:

The highest among men of realisation

405) vaikunthah:

One who prevents men from straying on wrong paths

406) purushah:

One who dwells in all bodies

407) praanah:

Life

408) praanadah:

Giver of life

409) pranavah:

He who is praised by the gods

410) prituh:

The expanded

411) hiranyagarbhah:

The creator

412) shatrughnah:

The destroyer of enemies

413) vyaaptah:

The pervader

414) vaayuh:

The air

415) adhokshajah:

One whose vitality never flows downwards

416) rituh:

The seasons

417) sudarshanah:

He whose meeting is auspicious

418) kaalah:

He who judges and punishes beings

419) parameshthee:

One who is readily available for experience within the heart

420) parigrahah:

The receiver

421) ugrah:

The terrible

422) samvatsarah:

The year

423) dakshah:

The smart

424) vishraamah:

The resting place

425) vishva-dakshinah:

The most skilful and efficient

426) vistaarah:

The extension

427) sthaavarah-sthaanuh:

The firm and motionless

428) pramaanam:

The proof

429) beejamavyayam:

The Immutable Seed

430) arthah:

He who is worshiped by all

431) anarthah:

One to whom there is nothing yet to be fulfilled

432) mahaakoshah:

He who has got around him great sheaths

433) mahaabhogah:

He who is of the nature of enjoyment

434) mahaadhanah:

He who is supremely rich

435) anirvinnah:

He who has no discontent

436) sthavishthah:

One who is supremely huge

437) a-bhooh:

One who has no birth

438) dharma-yoopah:

The post to which all dharma is tied

439) mahaa-makhah:

The great sacrificer

440) nakshatranemir:

The nave of the stars

441) nakshatree:

The Lord of the stars (the moon)

442) kshamah:

He who is supremely efficient in all undertakings

443) kshaamah:

He who ever remains without any scarcity

444) sameehanah:

One whose desires are auspicious

445) yajnah:

One who is of the nature of yajna

446) ijyah:

He who is fit to be invoked through yajna

447) mahejyah:

One who is to be most worshiped

448) kratuh:

The animal-sacrifice

449) satram:

Protector of the good

450) sataam-gatih:

Refuge of the good

451) sarvadarshee:

All-knower

452) vimuktaatmaa:

The ever-liberated self

453) sarvajno:

Omniscient

454) jnaanamuttamam:

The Supreme Knowledge

455) suvratah:

He who ever-perfoeming the pure vow

456) sumukhah:

One who has a charming face

457) sookshmah:

The subtlest

458) sughoshah:

Of auspicious sound

459) sukhadah:

Giver of happiness

460) suhrit:

Friend of all creatures

461) manoharah:

The stealer of the mind

462) jita-krodhah:

One who has conquered anger

463) veerabaahur:

Having mighty arms

464) vidaaranah:

One who splits asunder

465) svaapanah:

One who puts people to sleep

466) svavashah:

He who has everything under His control

467) vyaapee:

All-pervading

468) naikaatmaa:

Many souled

469) naikakarmakrit:

One who does many actions

470) vatsarah:

The abode

471) vatsalah:

The supremely affectionate

472) vatsee:

The father

473) ratnagarbhah:

The jewel-wombed

474) dhaneshvarah:

The Lord of wealth

475) dharmagub:

One who protects dharma

476) dharmakrit:

One who acts according to dharma

477) dharmee:

The supporter of dharma

478) sat:

existence

479) asat:

illusion

480) ksharam:

He who appears to perish

481) aksharam:

Imperishable

482) avijnaataa:

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

483) sahasraamshur:

The thousand-rayed

484) vidhaataa:

All supporter

485) kritalakshanah:

One who is famous for His qualities

486) gabhastinemih:

The hub of the universal wheel

487) sattvasthah:

Situated in sattva

488) simhah:

The lion

489) bhoota-maheshvarah:

The great lord of beings

490) aadidevah:

The first deity

491) mahaadevah:

The great deity

492) deveshah:

The Lord of all devas

493) devabhrit-guruh:

Advisor of Indra

494) uttarah:

He who lifts us from the ocean of samsara

495) gopatih:

The shepherd

496) goptaa:

The protector

497) jnaanagamyah:

One who is experienced through pure knowledge

498) puraatanah:

He who was even before time

499) shareera-bhootabhrit:

One who nourishes the nature from which the bodies came

500) bhoktaa:

The enjoyer

501) kapeendrah:

Lord of the monkeys (Rama)

502) bhooridakshinah:

He who gives away large gifts

503) somapah:

One who takes Soma in the yajnas

504) amritapah:

One who drinks the nectar

505) somah:

One who as the moon nourishes plants

506) purujit:

One who has conquered numerous enemies

507) purusattamah:

The greatest of the great

508) vinayah:

He who humiliates those who are unrighteous

509) jayah:

The victorious

510) satyasandhah:

Of truthful resolution

511) daashaarhah:

One who was born in the Dasarha race

512) saatvataam-patih:

The Lord of the Satvatas

513) jeevah:

One who functions as the ksetrajna

514) vinayitaa-saakshee:

The witness of modesty

515) mukundah:

The giver of liberation

516) amitavikramah:

Of immeasurable prowess

517) ambho-nidhir:

The substratum of the four types of beings

518) anantaatmaa:

The infinite self

519) mahodadhishayah:

One who rests on the great ocean

520) antakah:

The death

521) ajah:

Unborn

522) mahaarhah:

One who deserves the highest worship

523) svaabhaavyah:

Ever rooted in the nature of His own self

524) jitaamitrah:

One who has conquered all enemies

525) pramodanah:

Ever-blissful

526) aanandah:

A mass of pure bliss

527) nandanah:

One who makes others blissful

528) nandah:

Free from all worldly pleasures

529) satyadharmaa:

One who has in Himself all true dharmas

530) trivikramah:

One who took three steps

531) maharshih kapilaachaaryah:

He who incarnated as Kapila, the great sage

532) kritajnah:

The knower of the creation

533) medineepatih:

The Lord of the earth

534) tripadah:

One who has taken three steps

535) tridashaadhyaksho:

The Lord of the three states of consciousness

536) mahaashringah:

Great-horned (Matsya)

537) kritaantakrit:

Destroyer of the creation

538) mahaavaraaho:

The great boar

539) govindah:

One who is known through Vedanta

540) sushenah:

He who has a charming army

541) kanakaangadee:

Wearer of bright-as-gold armlets

542) guhyo:

The mysterious

543) gabheerah:

The unfathomable

544) gahano:

Impenetrable

545) guptah:

The well-concealed

546) chakra-gadaadharah:

Bearer of the disc and mace

547) vedhaah:

Creator of the universe

548) svaangah:

One with well-proportioned limbs

549) ajitah:

Vanquished by none

550) krishnah:

Dark-complexioned

551) dridhah:

The firm

552) sankarshanochyutah:

He who absorbs the whole creation into His nature and never falls away from that nature

553) varunah:

One who sets on the horizon (Sun)

554) vaarunah:

The son of Varuna (Vasistha or Agastya)

555) vrikshah:

The tree

556) pushkaraakshah:

Lotus eyed

557) mahaamanaah:

Great-minded

558) bhagavaan:

One who possesses six opulences

559) bhagahaa:

One who destroys the six opulences during pralaya

560) aanandee:

One who gives delight

561) vanamaalee:

One who wears a garland of forest flowers

562) halaayudhah:

One who has a plough as His weapon

563) aadityah:

Son of Aditi

564) jyotiraadityah:

The resplendence of the sun

565) sahishnuh:

One who calmly endures duality

566) gatisattamah:

The ultimate refuge for all devotees

567) sudhanvaa:

One who has Shaarnga

568) khanda-parashur:

One who holds an axe

569) daarunah:

Merciless towards the unrighteous

570) dravinapradah:

One who lavishly gives wealth

571) divah-sprik:

Sky-reaching

572) sarvadrik-vyaaso:

One who creates many men of wisdom

573) vaachaspatir-ayonijah:

One who is the master of all vidyas and who is unborn through a womb

574) trisaamaa:

One who is glorified by Devas, Vratas and Saamans

575) saamagah:

The singer of the sama songs

576) saama:

The Sama Veda

577) nirvaanam:

All-bliss

578) bheshajam:

Medicine

579) bhishak:

Physician

580) samnyaasa-krit:

Institutor of sannyasa

581) samah:

Calm

582) shaantah:

Peaceful within

583) nishthaa:

Abode of all beings

584) shaantih:

One whose very nature is peace

585) paraayanam:

The way to liberation

586) shubhaangah:

One who has the most beautiful form

587) shaantidah:

Giver of peace

588) shrashtaa:

Creator of all beings

589) kumudah:

He who delights in the earth

590) kuvaleshayah:

He who reclines in the waters

591) gohitah:

One who does welfare for cows

592) gopatih:

Husband of the earth

593) goptaa:

Protector of the universe

594) vrishabhaaksho:

One whose eyes rain fulfilment of desires

595) vrishapriyah:

One who delights in dharma

596) anivartee:

One who never retreats

597) nivrittaatmaa:

One who is fully restrained from all sense indulgences

598) samksheptaa:

The involver

599) kshemakrit:

Doer of good

600) shivah:

Auspiciousness

601) shreevatsa-vakshaah:

One who has sreevatsa on His chest

602) shrevaasah:

Abode of Sree

603) shreepatih:

Lord of Laksmi

604) shreemataam varah:

The best among glorious

605) shreedah:

Giver of opulence

606) shreeshah:

The Lord of Sree

607) shreenivaasah:

One who dwells in the good people

608) shreenidhih:

The treasure of Sree

609) shreevibhaavanah:

Distributor of Sree

610) shreedharah:

Holder of Sree

611) shreekarah:

One who gives Sree

612) shreyah:

Liberation

613) shreemaan:

Possessor of Sree

614) loka-trayaashrayah:

Shelter of the three worlds

615) svakshah:

Beautiful-eyed

616) svangah:

Beautiful-limbed

617) shataanandah:

Of infinite varieties and joys

618) nandih:

Infinite bliss

619) jyotir-ganeshvarah:

Lord of the luminaries in the cosmos

620) vijitaatmaa:

One who has conquered the sense organs

621) vidheyaatmaa:

One who is ever available for the devotees to command in love

622) sat-keertih:

One of pure fame

623) chinnasamshayah:

One whose doubts are ever at rest

624) udeernah:

The great transcendent

625) sarvatah-chakshuh:

One who has eyes everywhere

626) aneeshah:

One who has none to Lord over Him

627) shaashvata-sthirah:

One who is eternal and stable

628) bhooshayah:

One who rested on the ocean shore (Rama)

629) bhooshanah:

One who adorns the world

630) bhootih:

One who is pure existence

631) vishokah:

Sorrowless

632) shoka-naashanah:

Destroyer of sorrows

633) archishmaan:

The effulgent

634) architah:

One who is constantly worshipped by His devotees

635) kumbhah:

The pot within whom everything is contained

636) vishuddhaatmaa:

One who has the purest soul

637) vishodhanah:

The great purifier

638) anniruddhah:

He who is invincible by any enemy

639) apratirathah:

One who has no enemies to threaten Him

640) pradyumnah:

Very rich

641) amitavikramah:

Of immeasurable prowess

642) kaalanemi-nihaa:

Slayer of Kalanemi

643) veerah:

The heroic victor

644) shauri:

One who always has invincible prowess

645) shoora-janeshvarah:

Lord of the valiant

646) trilokaatmaa:

The self of the three worlds

647) trilokeshah:

The Lord of the three worlds

648) keshavah:

One whose rays illumine the cosmos

649) keshihaa:

Killer of Kesi

650) harih:

The destroyer

651) kaamadevah:

The beloved Lord

652) kaamapaalah:

The fulfiller of desires

653) kaamee:

One who has fulfilled all His desires

654) kaantah:

Of enchanting form

655) kritaagamah:

The author of the agama scriptures

656) anirdeshya-vapuh:

Of Indescribable form

657) vishnuh:

All-pervading

658) veerah:

The courageous

659) anantah:

Endless

660) dhananjayah:

One who gained wealth through conquest

661) brahmanyah:

Protector of Brahman (anything related to Narayana)

662) brahmakrit:

One who acts in Brahman

663) brahmaa:

Creator

664) brahma:

Biggest

665) brahma-vivardhanah:

One who increases the Brahman

666) brahmavid:

one who knows Brahman

667) braahmanah:

One who has realised Brahman

668) brahmee:

One who is with Brahma

669) brahmajno:

One who knows the nature of Brahman

670) braahmana-priyah:

Dear to the brahmanas

671) mahaakramo:

Of great step

672) mahaakarmaa:

One who performs great deeds

673) mahaatejaah:

One of great resplendence

674) mahoragah:

The great serpent

675) mahaakratuh:

The great sacrifice

676) mahaayajvaa:

One who performed great yajnas

677) mahaayajnah:

The great yajna

678) mahaahavih:

The great offering

679) stavyah:

One who is the object of all praise

680) stavapriyah:

One who is invoked through prayer

681) stotram:

The hymn

682) stutih:

The act of praise

683) stotaa:

One who adores or praises

684) ranapriyah:

Lover of battles

685) poornah:

The complete

686) poorayitaa:

The fulfiller

687) punyah:

The truly holy

688) punya-keertir:

Of Holy fame

689) anaamayah:

One who has no diseases

690) manojavah:

Swift as the mind

691) teerthakaro:

The teacher of the tirthas

692) vasuretaah:

He whose essence is golden

693) vasupradah:

The free-giver of wealth

694) vasupradah:

The giver of salvation, the greatest wealth

695) vaasudevo:

The son of Vasudeva

696) vasuh:

The refuge for all

697) vasumanaah:

One who is attentive to everything

698) havih:

The oblation

699) sadgatih:

The goal of good people

700) satkritih:

One who is full of Good actions

701) satta:

One without a second

702) sadbhootih:

One who has rich glories

703) satparaayanah:

The Supreme goal for the good

704) shoorasenah:

One who has heroic and valiant armies

705) yadu-shresthah:

The best among the Yadava clan

706) sannivaasah:

The abode of the good

707) suyaamunah:

One who attended by the people who dwell on the banks of Yamuna

708) bhootaavaaso:

The dwelling place of the elements

709) vaasudevah:

One who envelops the world with Maya

710) sarvaasunilayah:

The abode of all life energies

711) analah:

One of unlimited wealth, power and glory

712) darpahaa:

The destroyer of pride in evil-minded people

713) darpadah:

One who creates pride, or an urge to be the best, among the righteous

714) driptah:

One whio is drunk with Infinite bliss

715) durdharah:

The object of contemplation

716) athaaparaajitah:

The unvanquished

717) vishvamoortih:

Of the form of the entire Universe

718) mahaamortir:

The great form

719) deeptamoortir:

Of resplendent form

720) a-moortirmaan:

Having no form

721) anekamoortih:

Multi-formed

722) avyaktah:

Unmanifeset

723) shatamoortih:

Of many forms

724) shataananah:

Many-faced

725) ekah:

The one

726) naikah:

The many

727) savah:

The nature of the sacrifice

728) kah:

One who is of the nature of bliss

729) kim:

What (the one to be inquired into)

730) yat:

Which

731) tat:

That

732) padam-anuttamam:

The unequalled state of perfection

733) lokabandhur:

Friend of the world

734) lokanaathah:

Lord of the world

735) maadhavah:

Born in the family of Madhu

736) bhaktavatsalah:

One who loves His devotees

737) suvarna-varnah:

Golden-coloured

738) hemaangah:

One who has limbs of gold

739) varaangah:

With beautiful limbs

740) chandanaangadee:

One who has attractive armlets

741) veerahaa:

Destroyer of valiant heroes

742) vishama:

Unequalled

743) shoonyah:

The void

744) ghritaaseeh:

One who has no need for good wishes

745) acalah:

Non-moving

746) chalah:

Moving

747) amaanee:

Without false vanity

748) maanadah:

One who causes, by His maya, false identification with the body

749) maanyah:

One who is to be honoured

750) lokasvaamee:

Lord of the universe

751) trilokadhrik:

One who is the support of all the three worlds

752) sumedhaa:

One who has pure intelligence

753) medhajah:

Born out of sacrifices

754) dhanyah:

Fortunate

755) satyamedhah:

One whose intelligence never fails

756) dharaadharah:

The sole support of the earth

757) tejovrisho:

One who showers radiance

758) dyutidharah:

One who bears an effulgent form

759) sarva-shastra-bhritaam-varah:

The best among those who wield weapons

760) pragrahah:

Receiver of worship

761) nigrahah:

The killer

762) vyagrah:

One who is ever engaged in fulfilling the devotee’s desires

763) naikashringah:

One who has many horns

764) gadaagrajah:

One who is invoked through mantra

765) chaturmoortih:

Four-formed

766) chaturbaahuh:

Four-handed

767) chaturvyoohah:

One who expresses Himself as the dynamic centre in the four vyoohas

768) chaturgatih:

The ultimate goal of all four varnas and asramas

769) chaturaatmaa:

Clear-minded

770) chaturbhaavas:

The source of the four

771) chatur-vedavid:

Knower of all four vedas

772) ekapaat:

One-footed (BG 10.42)

773) samaavartah:

The efficient turner

774) nivrittaatmaa:

One whose mind is turned away from sense indulgence

775) durjayah:

The invincible

776) duratikramah:

One who is difficult to be disobeyed

777) durlabhah:

One who obtained with effort

778) durgamah:

One who is realised with great effort

779) durgah:

Not easy to storm into

780) duraavaasah:

Not easy to lodge

781) duraarihaa:

Slayer of the asuras

782) shubhaangah:

One with enchanting limbs

783) lokasaarangah:

One who understands the universe

784) sutantuh:

Beautifully expanded

785) tantu-vardhanah:

One who sustains the continuity of the drive for the family

786) indrakarmaa:

One who always performs gloriously auspicious actions

787) mahaakarmaa:

One who accomplishes great acts

788) kritakarmaa:

One who has fulfilled his acts

789) kritaagamah:

Author of the Vedas

790) udbhavah:

The ultimate source

791) sundarah:

Of unrivalled beauty

792) sundah:

Of great mercy

793) ratna-naabhah:

Of beautiful navel

794) sulochanah:

One who has the most enchanting eyes

795) arkah:

One who is in the form of the sun

796) vaajasanah:

The giver of food

797) shringee:

The horned one

798) jayantah:

The conquerer of all enemies

799) sarvavij-jayee:

One who is at once omniscient and victorious

800) suvarna-binduh:

With limbs radiant like gold

801) akshobhyah:

One who is ever unruffled

802) sarva-vaageeshvareshvarah:

Lord of the Lord of speech

803) mahaahradah:

One who is like a great refreshing swimming pool

804) mahaagartah:

The great chasm

805) mahaabhootah:

The great being

806) mahaanidhih:

The great abode

807) kumudah:

One who gladdens the earth

808) kundarah:

The one who lifted the earth

809) kundah:

One who is as attractive as Kunda flowers

810) parjanyah:

He who is similar to rain-bearing clouds

811) paavanah:

One who ever purifies

812) anilah:

One who never slips

813) amritaashah:

One whose desires are never fruitless

814) amritavapuh:

He whose form is immortal

815) sarvajna:

Omniscient

816) sarvato-mukhah:

One who has His face turned everywhere

817) sulabhah:

One who is readily available

818) suvratah:

One who has taken the most auspicious forms

819) siddhah:

One who is perfection

820) shatrujit:

One who is ever victorious over His hosts of enemies

821) shatrutaapanah:

The scorcher of enemies

822) nyagrodhah:

The one who veils Himself with Maya

823) udumbarah:

Nourishment of all living creatures

824) ashvattas:

Tree of life

825) chaanooraandhra-nishoodanah:

The slayer of Canura

826) sahasraarchih:

He who has thousands of rays

827) saptajihvah:

He who expresses himself as the seven tongues of fire (Types of agni)

828) saptaidhaah:

The seven effulgences in the flames

829) saptavaahanah:

One who has a vehicle of seven horses (sun)

830) amoortih:

Formless

831) anaghah:

Sinless

832) acintyo:

Inconceivable

833) bhayakrit:

Giver of fear

834) bhayanaashanah:

Destroyer of fear

835) anuh:

The subtlest

836) brihat:

The greatest

837) krishah:

Delicate, lean

838) sthoolah:

One who is the fattest

839) gunabhrit:

One who supports

840) nirgunah:

Without any properties

841) mahaan:

The mighty

842) adhritah:

Without support

843) svadhritah:

Self-supported

844) svaasyah:

One who has an effulgent face

845) praagvamshah:

One who has the most ancient ancestry

846) vamshavardhanah:

He who multiplies His family of descendents

847) bhaarabhrit:

One who carries the load of the universe

848) kathitah:

One who is glorified in all scriptures

849) yogee:

One who can be realised through yoga

850) yogeeshah:

The king of yogis

851) sarvakaamadah:

One who fulfils all desires of true devotees

852) aashramah:

Haven

853) shramanah:

One who persecutes the worldly people

854) kshaamah:

One who destroys everything

855) suparnah:

The golden leaf (Vedas) BG 15.1

856) vaayuvaahanah:

The mover of the winds

857) dhanurdharah:

The wielder of the bow

858) dhanurvedah:

One who declared the science of archery

859) dandah:

One who punishes the wicked

860) damayitaa:

The controller

861) damah:

Beautitude in the self

862) aparaajitah:

One who cannot be defeated

863) sarvasahah:

One who carries the entire Universe

864) aniyantaa:

One who has no controller

865) niyamah:

One who is not under anyone’s laws

866) ayamah:

One who knows no death

867) sattvavaan:

One who is full of exploits and courage

868) saattvikah:

One who is full of sattvic qualities

869) satyah:

Truth

870) satya-dharma-paraayanah:

One who is the very abode of truth and dharma

871) abhipraayah:

One who is faced by all seekers marching to the infinite

872) priyaarhah:

One who deserves all our love

873) arhah:

One who deserves to be worshiped

874) priyakrit:

One who is ever-obliging in fulfilling our wishes

875) preetivardhanah:

One who increases joy in the devotee’s heart

876) vihaayasa-gatih:

One who travels in space

877) jyotih:

Self-effulgent

878) suruchih:

Whose desire manifests as the universe

879) hutabhuk:

One who enjoys all that is offered in yajna

880) vibhuh:

All-pervading

881) ravih:

One who dries up everything

882) virochanah:

One who shines in different forms

883) sooryah:

The one source from where everything is born

884) savitaa:

The one who brings forth the Universe from Himself

885) ravilochanah:

One whose eye is the sun

886) anantah:

Endless

887) hutabhuk:

One who accepts oblations

888) bhoktaaA:

One who enjoys

889) sukhadah:

Giver of bliss to those who are liberated

890) naikajah:

One who is born many times

891) agrajah:

The first-born

892) anirvinnah:

One who feels no disappointment

893) sadaamarshee:

One who forgives the trespasses of His devotees

894) lokaadhishthaanam:

The substratum of the universe

895) adbhutah:

Wonderful

896) sanaat:

The beginningless and endless factor

897) sanaatanatamah:

The most ancient

898) kapilah:

The great sage Kapila

899) kapih:

One who drinks water

900) apyayah:

The one in whom the universe merges

901) svastidah:

Giver of Svasti

902) svastikrit:

One who robs all auspiciousness

903) svasti:

One who is the source of all auspiciouness

904) svastibhuk:

One who constantly enjoys auspiciousness

905) svastidakshinah:

Distributor of auspiciousness

906) araudrah:

One who has no negative emotions or urges

907) kundalee:

One who wears shark earrings

908) chakree:

Holder of the chakra

909) vikramee:

The most daring

910) oorjita-shaasanah:

One who commands with His hand

911) shabdaatigah:

One who transcends all words

912) shabdasahah:

One who allows Himself to be invoked by Vedic declarations

913) shishirah:

The cold season, winter

914) sharvaree-karah:

Creator of darkness

915) akroorah:

Never cruel

916) peshalah:

One who is supremely soft

917) dakshah:

Prompt

918) dakshinah:

The most liberal

919) kshaminaam-varah:

One who has the greatest amount of patience with sinners

920) vidvattamah:

One who has the greatest wisdom

921) veetabhayah:

One with no fear

922) punya-shravana-keertanah:

The hearing of whose glory causes holiness to grow

923) uttaaranah:

One who lifts us out of the ocean of change

924) dushkritihaa:

Destroyer of bad actions

925) punyah:

Supremely pure

926) duh-svapna-naashanah:

One who destroys all bad dreams

927) veerahaa:

One who ends the passage from womb to womb

928) rakshanah:

Protector of the universe

929) santah:

One who is expressed through saintly men

930) jeevanah:

The life spark in all creatures

931) paryavasthitah:

One who dwells everywhere

932) anantaroopah:

One of infinite forms

933) anantashreeh:

Full of infinite glories

934) jitamanyuh:

One who has no anger

935) bhayapahah:

One who destroys all fears

936) chaturashrah:

One who deals squarely

937) gabheeraatmaa:

Too deep to be fathomed

938) vidishah:

One who is unique in His giving

939) vyaadishah:

One who is unique in His commanding power

940) dishah:

One who advises and gives knowledge

941) anaadih:

One who is the first cause

942) bhoor-bhuvo:

The substratum of the earth

943) lakshmeeh:

The glory of the universe

944) suveerah:

One who moves through various ways

945) ruchiraangadah:

One who wears resplendent shoulder caps

946) jananah:

He who delivers all living creatures

947) jana-janmaadir:

The cause of the birth of all creatures

948) bheemah:

Terrible form

949) bheema-paraakramah:

One whose prowess is fearful to His enemies

950) aadhaaranilayah:

The fundamental sustainer

951) adhaataa:

Above whom there is no other to command

952) pushpahaasah:

He who shines like an opening flower

953) prajaagarah:

Ever-awakened

954) oordhvagah:

One who is on top of everything

955) satpathaachaarah:

One who walks the path of truth

956) praanadah:

Giver of life

957) pranavah:

Omkara

958) panah:

The supreme universal manager

959) pramaanam:

He whose form is the Vedas

960) praananilayah:

He in whom all prana is established

961) praanibhrit:

He who rules over all pranas

962) praanajeevanah:

He who maintains the life-breath in all living creatures

963) tattvam:

The reality

964) tattvavit:

One who has realised the reality

965) ekaatmaa:

The one self

966) janma-mrityu-jaraatigah:

One who knows no birth, death or old age in Himself

967) bhoor-bhuvah svas-taruh:

The tree of bhur, bhuvah and svah

968) taarah:

One who helps all to cross over

969) savitaa:

The father of all

970) prapitaamahah:

The father of the father of beings (Brahma)

971) yajnah:

One whose very nature is yajna

972) yajnapatih:

The Lord of all yajnas

973) yajvaa:

The one who performs yajna

974) yajnaangah:

One whose limbs are the things employed in yajna

975) yajnavaahanah:

One who fulfils yajnas in complete

976) yajnabhrid:

The ruler of the yajanas

977) yajnakrit:

One who performs yajna

978) yajnee:

Enjoyer of yajnas

979) yajnabhuk:

Receiver of all that is offered

980) yajnasaadhanah:

One who fulfils all yajnas

981) yajnaantakrit:

One who performs the concluding act of the yajna

982) yajnaguhyam:

The person to be realised by yajna

983) annam:

One who is food

984) annaadah:

One who eats the food

985) aatmayonih:

The uncaused cause

986) svayamjaatah:

Self-born

987) vaikhaanah:

The one who cut through the earth

988) saamagaayanah:

One who sings the sama songs

989) devakee-nandanah:

Son of Devaki

990) srashtaa:

Creator

991) kshiteeshah:

The Lord of the earth

992) paapa-naashanah:

Destroyer of sin

993) samkha-bhrit:

One who has the divine Pancajanya

994) nandakee:

One who holds the Nandaka sword

995) chakree:

Carrier of Sudarsana

996) shaarnga-dhanvaa:

One who aims His shaarnga bow

997) gadaadharah:

Carrier of Kaumodakee club

998) rathaanga-paanih:

One who has the wheel of a chariot as His weapon

999) akshobhyah:

One who cannot be annoyed by anyone

1000) sarva-praharanaayudhah:

He who has all implements for all kinds of assault and fight

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