The Primal Mother, Goddess Pārvatī – wife of Deity Shiva,
1. Mark of Divine glory with respect to a Saint or God with all His powers, 2. Shakti (Divine Energy), beauty, virtues etc, 3. Respectful way of addressing a Deity.
A hymn of praise. These hymns praise aspects of the Divine, such as Devi, Deity Shiva, or Shrīvishṇu.
The famous and much worshipped Deity, a form of Shrīvishṇu, in the temple at Pandharpur, Maharashtra
1. Spiritual master, 2. Spiritual preceptor, 3. Name of Bruhaspati (Jupiter)
Bestower of knowledge, 2. The Deity that wards off all obstacles and one who is able to transform the nādabhāshā (Language of sound and spoken by human beings) into prakāshabhāshā (Language of light and spoken by Deities) and vice versa.