35 Names Of Hindu Goddess Durga For Your Baby Girl

Goddess Durga Names For Baby Girl

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Goddess Durga is the all-powerful, magical, and the purest form of energy. She is the powerhouse of purity and the destroyer of evil. An epitome of feminism, Goddess Durga is a major influence of optimism and faith in a lot of Hindu households. With at least 108 names in her kitty, She is the all knowing and one of the strongest deities in the Hindu religion.

Across the country, people choose goddess Durga names for baby girls as they are inspired by the beautiful attitude that the Devi possess. People believe that if their baby girls get the Goddess’ name, they would not only be a representation of the feminine power but would also carry the same care and love that the deity has for her believers.

MomJunction brings you a shadow of the Goddess in the form of a list with a robust collection of her names! Go ahead and feel the power!

Unique Goddess Durga Names For Baby Girl With Meanings:

1. Aishani:

Goddess Durga is a symbol of strength. Aishani is another name for the goddess of strength. It is a name that sounds feminine but has a strong meaning!

2. Baruni:

According to Hindu mythology, Durga came into being to defeat Mahisasur, evil personified. At her core, Durga is the feminine Parvati. Baruni is a beautiful variation of Goddess Durga’s name.

[ Read: Goddess Parvati Names For Baby Girls ]

3. Isha:

Isha means ‘Durga – the female energy or the one who protects’. It is a name that can be found in the Hebrew culture too, albeit with a different meaning.

4. Kaamakya:

Goddess Durga is known as Kaamakya in Assam, a state in the east of India. It also means ‘the granter of wishes’.

5. Gayatri:

Gayatri is a versatile name. Apart from referring to Goddess Durga, it also means ‘mother of the Vedas’ and ‘chant of salvation’.

6. Kaalaka:

Kaalaka is not a name you’ll often hear. Apart from being another name for Goddess Durga, the name also means ‘pupil of the eye’.

7. Kanyaka:

If you are looking for a name that reflects your faith in Durga, try Kanyaka. It means ‘ in the words of Goddess Durga’. The best part about this unique name is that it has several other meanings! The name also means ‘daughter, the youngest, and maiden’.

8. Kaushiki:

Durga is the epitome of the female ‘shakti’ or strength. If you name your daughter Kaushiki, you’ll not just give her name that symbolizes this strength but also means ‘one who is enveloped in silk’ – that sounds truly feminine, doesn’t it?

9. Niranjana:

The beauty about Indian names is that a single name can have a number of meanings. Take the case of Niranjana. It is not just another name of Goddess Durga but also means ‘a river’ and ‘the night of the full moon’.

10. Rima:

Are you looking for a name with universal appeal but a very Indian meaning? Try Rima! It has its origin in Persian and Arabic, apart from Sanskrit. It refers to Durga – the goddess of strength. It also means ‘white antelope’.

[ Read: Goddess Lakshmi Names For Baby Girls ]

11. Purala:

The magnificent heroine of Hindu mythology, Durga teaches loyalty and bravery. Purala is reflection of Durga. What better name for your little warrior? The name also means ‘the guardian of fortresses’.

12. Santati:

If you are a devotee of Goddess Durga but don’t want to burden your daughter with a name that sounds too traditional, try Santati. It means ‘granter of issues’ and is also another name of Durga.

13. Sarita:

Sarita is a very common name among Hindu families. But did you know that it means Goddess Durga? The name also means ‘river’. It is a unique name that finds mention in Spanish and Hebrew cultures too.

14. Sarvani:

Durga is not just another Goddess! She is the feminine part of this universe! She is the Yin, to Shiva’s Yang! Sarvani encapsulates this very aspect of the goddess and means ‘universal or complete’.

15. Sattviki:

Durga is the goddess of strength. She is also a symbol of purity. As Sattviki, Durga reflects the most ‘pure, honest and true’ part of her being.

16. Tanvi:

Durga is beautiful as well as strong – just what you want your daughter to be! Tanvi is another name for goddess Durga and also means ‘beautiful’.

17. Stuti:

Stuti is a popular name in India. It means ‘praise’. It is also used to refer to Goddess Durga.

18. Trariti:

Durga, the beautiful savior of humankind, is often described as ‘agile and swift’. That is what the name Trariti means!It also means ‘efficient’.

19. Trinetra:

Just like Shiva, Durga too has three eyes. According to Hindu mythology, Durga’s third eye gave birth to Goddess Kali. Trinetra means ‘three-eyed’ or, in other words, it means Goddess Durga.

[ Read: Goddess Saraswati Names For Baby Girls ]

20. Tvarita:

Looking for a name that is not overtly religious? Try Tvarita! The name not just sounds pretty but holds in its heart the strength of faith. It is a name used to refer to Durga – the divine.

21. Toshani:

Looking for a unique name, that doesn’t have evident religious inclination? Toshani will work for you. It refers to Goddess Durga, in all her glory.

22. Shambhavi:

Shambhavi – or the wife of Shambhu (Shiva) refers to Durga, in her Parvati avatar. The name also refers to a river that exists in Karnataka.

23. Mahashweta:

Mahashweta Devi is a very popular writer and activist. She is the very epitome of Durga’s strength. That’s what the name Mahashweta means – ‘Durga’.

24. Gauri:

Gauri is the feminine part of Goddess Durga. The name also means ‘fair’.

25. Kirati:

Shiva is also called Kirateshwar. His wife, Goddess Durga is referred to as Kirati in many spiritual texts.

26. Ishi:

A cute little name, Ishi has the beauty of simplicity on its side. But the meaning of the name is anything but simple! The name means goddess Durga. Who said good names have to sound complicated?

27. Dakshayani:

Before Durga got married to Lord Shiva, she was known as Dakshayani, or the ‘daughter of King Daksha’.

28. Anika:

Durga is all about fearlessness. Isn’t that a quality you want your daughter to imbibe? The name Anika means ‘graceful, brilliance or sweet faced’. It also refers to Goddess Durga.

29. Karalika:

Are you looking for a name that reflects Durga’s ferocity? Try Karalika. It means ‘Durga – the one who tears’!

[ Read: Goddess Names For Baby Girls ]

30. Kuja:

Kuja is not a particularly popular name. But it means Goddess Durga. So, if you are looking for a unique name, with Durga at its core, go with Kuja.

31. Mahagauri:

Another form of the name Gauri, Mahagauri taps in the highest virtue of Parvati and Durga – the feminine and the masculine.

32. Mahamaya:

According to Hinduism, our existence is an illusion. Mahamaya refers to this illusion. It was also the name of Gautama Buddha’s mother. In Bengal, Mahamaya is used to describe Goddess Durga.

33. Pragalbha:

Pragalbha is a unique Sanskrit name that means ‘Goddess of Strength – Durga’.

34. Sarbani:

A common name in West Bengal, Sarbani is another name for Durga. It is a name that sits pretty among the most popular baby names in India.

35. Saumyaa:

A name used widely in South India; Saumyaa is also a name used to address Goddess Durga.

Goddess Durga is a symbol of female power. She reflects the very pure, the very strength of the divine feminine. All the Durga baby names mentioned here might have the same meaning but have subtle differences. Some are very traditional while others have an exotic touch. The name you choose for your baby depends completely on your taste! So, pick one that epitomizes Durga perfectly, according to your understanding and faith.

So, which is your favorite Durga inspired name? Tell us!

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