Parvati

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Parvati, Uma or Gauri is the Hindu goddess of fertility, love, beauty, marriage, children, and devotion; as well as of divine strength and power.wikipedia
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Shaktism

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Known by many other names, she is the gentle and nurturing aspect of the Supreme Hindu goddess Adi Parashakti (Shivasakthi) and one of the central deities of the Goddess-oriented Shakta sect.
Shaktism has different sub-traditions, ranging from those focused on gracious Gauri to fierce Kali, and some Shakti sub-traditions associate their Goddess with Shiva or Brahma or Vishnu.

Kartikeya

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Parvati is the mother of Hindu deities Ganesha, Kartikeya, Ashokasundari.
He is the son of Parvati and Shiva, brother of Ganesha, and a god whose life story has many versions in Hinduism.

Shiva

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Parvati is the wife of the Hindu god Shiva – the protector, the destroyer (pure evil) and regenerator of the universe and all life. She is the divine energy between a man and a woman, like the energy of Shiva and Shakti.
A goddess is stated to be the energy and creative power (Shakti) of each, with Parvati (Sati) the equal complementary partner of Shiva.

Ganesha

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Parvati is the mother of Hindu deities Ganesha, Kartikeya, Ashokasundari.
Hindu mythology identifies him as the restored son of Parvati and Shiva of the Shaivism tradition, but he is a pan-Hindu god found in its various traditions.

Tripura Sundari

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The Lalita sahasranama contains a listing of 1,000 names of Parvati (as Lalita).
Tripura Sundari (Sanskrit: त्रिपुरा सुन्दरी, IAST: Tripura Sundarī), or Lalita Maha Tripura Sundari is a Sanatan Dharma Hindu goddess and one of the ten Mahavidyas or Shivasakthi.

Durga

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She is also Ambika ('dear mother'), Shakti (power), Mataji ('revered mother'), Maheshwari ('great goddess'), Durga (invincible), Bhairavi ('ferocious'), Bhavani ('fertility and birthing'), Shivaradni ('Queen of Shiva'), Urvi or Renu, and many hundreds of others.
She is a goddess of war, the warrior form of Parvati, whose mythology centres around combating evils and demonic forces that threaten peace, prosperity, and Dharma the power of good over evil.

Ashokasundari

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Parvati is the mother of Hindu deities Ganesha, Kartikeya, Ashokasundari.
Ashokasundari (Sanskrit: अशोकसुंदरी, ) or Ashoka Sundari, is a goddess and the daughter of Shiva and Parvati in Hinduism.

Shakti

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She is the divine energy between a man and a woman, like the energy of Shiva and Shakti.
Shakti embodies the active feminine energy of Shiva and is synonymously identified with Tripura Sundari or Parvati.

Kamakshi

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Parvati is also the goddess of love and devotion, or Kamakshi; the goddess of fertility, abundance and food/nourishment, or Annapurna.
The goddess Kamakshee is the form of Parvati and Tripura Sundari (another form of Parvati).

Annapurna (goddess)

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Parvati is also the goddess of love and devotion, or Kamakshi; the goddess of fertility, abundance and food/nourishment, or Annapurna.
She is an avatar (form) of Parvati, the wife of Shiva.

Bhavani

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She is also Ambika ('dear mother'), Shakti (power), Mataji ('revered mother'), Maheshwari ('great goddess'), Durga (invincible), Bhairavi ('ferocious'), Bhavani ('fertility and birthing'), Shivaradni ('Queen of Shiva'), Urvi or Renu, and many hundreds of others.
Bhavani (also known as Tulaja, Turaja, Tvarita, Ambā and Jagadambā) is an avatar of the Hindu goddess Parvati.

Tridevi

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Along with Lakshmi and Saraswati, she forms the trinity of Hindu goddesses (Tridevi).
This triad is typically personified by the Hindu goddesses Saraswati, Lakshmi, and Parvati.

Panchayatana puja

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She is also one of the five equivalent deities worshipped in Panchayatana puja of the Smarta Tradition of Hinduism.
It consists of the worship of five deities set in a quincunx pattern, the five deities being Shiva, Vishnu, Devi or Parvati, Surya and an Ishta Devata such as Kartikeya or Ganesha or any personal god of devotee's preference.

Himavat

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She is the daughter of the mountain king Himavan and queen Mena.
Himavat fathered Ganga the river goddess, as well as Ragini and Parvati, the wife of Shiva.

Navadurga

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Durga is worshiped in nine forms called the Navadurga.
The nine forms of Goddess Durga (also synonymous with Gauri) or (Parvati) are: Shailaputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Kaalratri, Katyayani, Mahagauri and Siddhidhatri.

Skanda Purana

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In Skanda Purana, Parvati assumes the form of a warrior-goddess and defeats a demon called Durg who assumes the form of a buffalo.
The text contains over 81,000 verses, and is part of Shaivite literature, titled after Skanda, a son of Shiva and Parvati, who is also known as Kartikeya and Murugan.

Agni

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Her primary role is as a mediator who reveals the knowledge of Brahman to the Vedic trinity of Agni, Vayu, and Varuna, who were boasting about their recent defeat of a group of demons.
Sections 3 and 4 of Kena Upanishad, another major ancient Upanishad, present an allegorical story which includes gods Agni, Vayu, Indra and goddess Uma.

Adi Parashakti

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Known by many other names, she is the gentle and nurturing aspect of the Supreme Hindu goddess Adi Parashakti (Shivasakthi) and one of the central deities of the Goddess-oriented Shakta sect.
It is also believed that Goddess Parvati is the complete and direct incarnation of Adi Parashakti.

Chamunda

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* In the form of female shaktis of various major male deities, Devi manifests as Saptamatrikas: Brahmani, Vaishnavi, Maheshwari, Indrani, Varahi, Kaumari, Chamunda (or Ashtamatrikas when depicted along with Narasimhi/Pratyangira, Vinayaki being an additional matrika.
She is closely associated with Kali, another fierce aspect of Parvati.

Bhadrakali

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Kali is worshiped as Bhadrakali in the south and as Dakshina Kali in the north.
According to the Varaha Purana, the Goddess Roudri (assumed to be equivalent to Goddess Parvati and Maheshwari) was meditating at the foot of the Neeli mountain.

Kaushiki

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* Kaushiki, sometimes addressed as Chandika is a manifestation of Parvati; she is black in color, has eight arma and rides a lion, she is worshipped with the famous Devi Suktam and Narayani Stuti.
She is an affiliation of Shakti and a form of Parvati Devi.

Lakshmi

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Along with Lakshmi and Saraswati, she forms the trinity of Hindu goddesses (Tridevi).
With Parvati and Saraswati, she forms Tridevi, the holy trinity.

Shakti Peetha

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* 52 Shakti Peethas suggests all goddesses are expansions of the goddess Parvati.
It is an important incident in Shaivism, resulting in the emergence of Parvati in the place of Sati Devi and making Shiva a grihastashrami (house holder), leading to the origin of Ganesha and Kartikeya.

Hamsa Upanishad

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While the word Uma appears in earlier Upanisads, Hopkins notes that the earliest known explicit use of the name Pārvatī occurs in late Hamsa Upanishad.
Sanatkumara states that Shiva pondered over the Vedas and answered the same question from Parvati.

Saraswati

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Along with Lakshmi and Saraswati, she forms the trinity of Hindu goddesses (Tridevi).
She is a part of the trinity (Tridevi) of Saraswati, Lakshmi, and Parvati.