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The goddess Kamakshee is the form of Tripura Sundari or Parvati or the universal mother … The main temples of Kamakshi Devi in Goa are the Kamakshi Rayeshwar temple at Shiroda. 

Sanskrit:

कल्पानोकह_पुष्प_जाल_विलसन्नीलालकां मातृकां
कान्तां कञ्ज_दलेक्षणां कलि_मल_प्रध्वंसिनीं कालिकाम् ।
काञ्ची_नूपुर_हार_दाम_सुभगां काञ्ची_पुरी_नायिकां
कामाक्षीं करि_कुम्भ_सन्निभ_कुचां वन्दे महेश_प्रियाम् ॥१॥


Translation:

Kalpa-Anokaha_Pusspa_Jaala_Vilasan-Niilaa-[A]lakaam Maatrkaam
Kaantaam Kan.ja_Dale[a-Ii]kssannaam Kali_Mala_Pradhvamsiniim Kaalikaam |
Kaan.cii_Nuupura_Haara_Daama_Subhagaam Kaan.cii_Purii_Naayikaam
Kaamaakssiim Kari_Kumbha_Sannibha_Kucaam Vande Mahesha_Priyaam ||1||

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Meaning:

1.1: (Salutations to Devi Kamakshi) Who is like the Flowers of the Wish-Fulfilling Tree (Kalpataru) Shining Brightly, with Darklocks of Hair, and seated as the Great Mother,
1.2: Who is Beautiful with Eyes like the Lotus Petals, and at the same time terrible in the form of Devi Kalika, the Destroyer of the Sins of Kali-Yuga,
1.3: Who is beautifully Adorned with GirdlesAnkletsGarlands, and Wreath, and brings Good Fortune to All as the Goddess of Kanchi Puri,
1.4: Whose Bosom is beautiful like the Forehead of an Elephant and is filled with Compassion; We Extol Devi Kamakshi, the Beloved of Sri Mahesha.

Sanskrit:

काशाभांशुक_भासुरां प्रविलसत्_कोशातकी_सन्निभां
चन्द्रार्कानल_लोचनां सुरुचिरालङ्कार_भूषोज्ज्वलाम् ।
ब्रह्म_श्रीपति_वासवादि_मुनिभिः संसेविताङ्घ्रि_द्वयां
कामाक्षीं गज_राज_मन्द_गमनां वन्दे महेश_प्रियाम् ॥२॥

Translation:

Kaasha-Aabhaam-Shuka_Bhaasuraam Pravilasat_Koshaatakii_Sannibhaam
Candra-Arka-Anala_Locanaam Surucira-Alangkaara_Bhuusso[a-U]jjvalaam |
Brahma_Shriipati_Vaasava-[A]adi_Munibhih Samsevita-Angghri_Dvayaam
Kaamaakssiim Gaja_Raaja_Manda_Gamanaam Vande Mahesha_Priyaam ||2||

Meaning:

2.1: (Salutations to Devi Kamakshi) Who has a Green Parrot which Shines like the Colour of the Kasha Grass, She Herself Shining Brightly like a Moonlit Night,
2.2: Whose three Eyes are the SunMoon and the Fire; and Who Adorned with Radiant Ornaments is Blazing Luminous,
2.3: Whose Holy Pair of Feet is Served by Lord BrahmaLord VishnuIndra and other Devas, as well as the Great Sages,
2.4: Whose Movement is Gentle like the King of Elephants; We Extol Devi Kamakshi, the Beloved of Sri Mahesha.

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Bhuvaneshwari (Sanskrit: भुवनेश्वरी) is the fourth amongst the ten Mahavidya goddesses and an aspect of Devi or Durga

Sanskrit:

उद्यद्दिनद्युतिमिन्दुकिरीटां
तुङ्गकुचां नयनत्रययुक्ताम् ।
स्मेरमुखीं वरदाङ्कुशपाशां_
ऽभीतिकरां प्रभजे भुवनेशीम् ॥१॥


Udyad-Dina-Dyutim-Indu-Kiriittaam
Tungga-Kucaam Nayana-Traya-Yuktaam |
Smera-Mukhiim Varada-Angkusha-Paashaam_
Abhiiti-Karaam Prabhaje Bhuvaneshiim ||1||

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Meaning:
1.1: (Salutations to Devi Bhuvaneswari) Who has the Splendour of the Rising Sun of the Day, and Who holds the Moon on Her Crown like an Ornament.
1.2: Who has High Breasts and Three Eyes (containing the Sun, Moon and the Fire),
1.3: Who has a Smiling Face and shows the Vara Mudra (Boon-Giving gesture), holds an Ankusha (a Hook) and a Pasha (a Noose), …
1.4 … and displays the Abhaya Mudra (gesture of Fearlessness) with Her HandsSalutations to Devi Bhuvaneswari.

Sanskrit:

सिन्दूरारुणविग्रहां त्रिनयनां माणिक्यमौलिस्फुरत् ।
तारानायकशेखरां स्मितमुखीमापीनवक्षोरुहाम् ॥
पाणिभ्यामलिपूर्णरत्नचषकं संविभ्रतीं शाश्वतीं ।
सौम्यां रत्नघटस्थमध्यचरणां द्यायेत्परामम्बिकाम् ॥२॥

Sinduura-Arunna-Vigrahaam Tri-Nayanaam Maannikya-Mauli-Sphurat |
Taaraa-Naayaka-Shekharaam Smita-Mukhiim-Aapiina-Vakssoruhaam ||
Paannibhyaam-Ali-Puurnna-Ratna-Cassakam Sam-Vibhratiim Shaashvatiim |
Saumyaam Ratna-Ghattastha-Madhya-Carannaam Dyaayet-Paraam-Ambikaam ||2||

Meaning:

2.1: (Salutations to Devi Bhuvaneswari) Whose Beautiful Form has the Reddish Glow of the Early Morning Sun; Who has Three Eyes and Whose Head Glitters with the Ornament of Gems,
2.2: Who Holds the Chief of Star (i.e. the Moon) on Her Head, Who has a Smiling Face and Full Bosom,
2.3: Who Holds a Gem-studded Cup filled with Divine Liquor on Her Hands, and Who is Eternal,
2.4: Who is Cool and Joyful, and rests Her Feet on a Pitcher filled with Jewels; We Meditate on the Supreme Ambika (Supreme Mother).

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In Hinduism, Shakambari (Sanskrit: शाकम्भरी) is an incarnation of Goddess Durga, consort to Shiva. She is the divine mother, called “The Bearer of the Greens.”

Sanskrit:

जनमेजय उवाच
विचित्रमिदमाख्यानं हरिश्चन्द्रस्य कीर्तितम् ।
शताक्षीपादभक्तस्य राजर्षेधार्मिकस्य  ॥१॥
शताक्षी सा कुतो जाता देवी भगवती शिवा ।
तत्कारणं वद मुने सार्थकं जन्म मे कुरु ॥२॥

Translation:

Janamejaya Uvaaca
Vicitram-Idam-Aakhyaanam Harishcandrasya Kiirtitam |
Shataakssii-Paada-Bhaktasya Raajarsse-Dhaarmikasya Ca ||1||
Shataakssii Saa Kuto Jaataa Devii Bhagavatii Shivaa |
Tat-Kaarannam Vada Mune Saarthakam Janma Me Kuru ||2||

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Meaning:

Janmejaya Said:
1.1: Wonderful is the Story of Harischandra, …
1.2: … who is a Devotee of the Lotus Feet of Devi Satakshias well as a Dharmic (Righteous) Rajarshi (a Rishi who is also a King),
2.1: Why is She, the Devi Bhagavati Shivaa (the Auspicious Goddess and the consort of Shiva) known as Satakshi (literally meaning Hundred Eyes)? …
2.2: … Tell me the Reason, O Muni, and make my Birth Meaningful (by the Divine touch of this Story).

Sanskrit:

को हि देव्या गुणाञ्छृण्वंस्तृप्तिं यास्यति शुद्धधीः ।
पदे पदेऽश्वमेधस्य फलमक्षय्यमश्नुते ॥३॥
व्यास उवाच
शृणु राजन्प्रवक्ष्यामि शताक्षीसम्भवं शुभम् ।
तवावाच्यं  मे किंचिद्देवीभक्तस्य विद्यते ॥४॥

Translation:

Ko Hi Devyaa Gunnaan.-Chrnnvams-Trptim Yaasyati Shuddhadhiih |
Pade Pade-[A]shvamedhasya Phalam-Akssayyam-Ashnute ||3||
Vyaasa Uvaaca
Shrnnu Raajan-Pravakssyaami Shataakssii-Sambhavam Shubham |
Tava-Avaacyam Na Me Kimcid-Devii-Bhaktasya Vidyate ||4||

Meaning:

3.1: Who can become Satisfied after listening to the Glory of the Devi, once his Mind become Pure?
(i.e. more one listens, more one wants to listen)
3.2: Each Step of the Story gives the Undecaying Fruit of Ashwamedha Yajna.
Vyasa said:
4.1: O KingListen to the Auspicious Story I am telling, about the origin of the name Shatakshi,
4.2: There is nothing to withhold from you; there is nothing which cannot be made known to a Devi Bhakta (Devotee) like you.

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Meenakshi is an Avatar of the Goddess Parvati, her consort being Shiva

Sanskrit:

उद्यद्भानुसहस्रकोटिसदृशां केयूरहारोज्ज्वलां
विम्बोष्ठीं स्मितदन्तपङ्क्तिरुचिरां पीताम्बरालङ्कृताम् ।
विष्णुब्रह्मसुरेन्द्रसेवितपदां तत्त्वस्वरूपां शिवां
मीनाक्षीं प्रणतोऽस्मि सन्ततमहं कारुण्यवारांनिधिम् ॥१॥

Translation:

Udyad-Bhaanu-Sahasra-Kotti-Sadrshaam Keyuura-Haaro[a-U]jjvalaam
Vimbo[a-O]sstthiim Smita-Danta-Pangkti-Ruciiraam Piita-Ambara-Alangkrtaam |
Vissnnu-Brahma-Surendra-Sevita-Padaam Tattva-Svaruupaam Shivaam
Miinaakssiim Prannato-[A]smi Santatam-Aham Kaarunnya-Vaaraam-Nidhim ||1||

Meaning:

1.1: (Salutations to Devi Meenakshi) Who shines like Thousand Million rising Suns, and is adorned with bracelets and garlands,
1.2: Who has beautiful Lips like Bimba Fruits, and beautiful rows of Teeth; Who smiles gently and is adorned with shining Yellow Garments,
1.3: Whose Lotus Feet is served by VishnuBrahma and the king of Suras (i.e. Indra Deva); Who is Auspicious and the embodiment of the essence of Existence,
1.4: I always bow down to Devi Meenakshi Who is an ocean of Compassion.

 

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Sanskrit:

मुक्ताहारलसत्किरीटरुचिरां पूर्णेन्दुवक्त्रप्रभां
शिञ्जन्नूपुरकिङ्किणीमणिधरां पद्मप्रभाभासुराम् ।
सर्वाभीष्टफलप्रदां गिरिसुतां वाणीरमासेवितां ।
मीनाक्षीं प्रणतोऽस्मि सन्ततमहं कारुण्यवारांनिधिम् ॥२॥

Translation:

Muktaa-Haara-Lasat-Kiriitta-Ruciraam Puurnne[a-I]ndu-Vaktra-Prabhaam
Shin.jan-Nuupura-Kingkinnii-Manni-Dharaam Padma-Prabhaa-Bhaasuraam |
Sarva-Abhiisstta-Phala-Pradaam Giri-Sutaam Vaannii-Ramaa-Sevitaam |
Miinaakssiim Prannato-[A]smi Santatam-Aham Kaarunnya-Vaaraam-Nidhim ||2||

Meaning:

2.1: (Salutations to Devi Meenakshi) Whose crown is adorned with shining Garlands of Pearls, and Whose Face shines with the splendour of Full Moon,
2.2: Whose Feet is adorned with jingling Anklets decorated with small Bells and Gems, and Who radiates the splendour of Pure Lotus,
2.3: Who grants all Wishes (of Her Devotees), Who is the daughter of the Mountain, and Who is accompanied by Vaani (Devi Saraswati) and Ramaa (Devi Lakshmi),
2.4: I always bow down to Devi Meenakshi Who is an ocean of Compassion.

Sanskrit:

श्रीविद्यां शिववामभागनिलयां ह्रीङ्कारमन्त्रोज्ज्वलां
श्रीचक्राङ्कितबिन्दुमध्यवसतिं श्रीमत्सभानायिकाम् ।
श्रीमत्षण्मुखविघ्नराजजननीं श्रीमज्जगन्मोहिनीं ।
मीनाक्षीं प्रणतोऽस्मि सन्ततमहं कारुण्यवारांनिधिम् ॥३॥


Translation:

Shriividyaam Shiva-Vaama-Bhaaga-Nilayaam Hriingkaara-Mantro[a-U]jjvalaam
Shriicakra-Angkita-Bindu-Madhya-Vasatim Shriimat-Sabhaa-Naayikaam |
Shriimat-Ssannmukha-Vighnaraaja-Jananiim Shriimaj-Jagan-Mohiniim |
Miinaakssiim Prannato-[A]smi Santatam-Aham Kaarunnya-Vaaraam-Nidhim ||3||

Meaning:

3.1: (Salutations to Devi Meenakshi) Who is the embodiment of Sri Vidya and resides as the left-half of Shiva; Whose form shines with the Hrimkara Mantra,
3.2: Who resides in the center of Sri Chakra as the Bindu, and Who is the venerable presiding Goddess of the assembly of Devas,
3.3: Who is the revered Mother of Shanmukha (Kartikeya) and Vighnaraja (Ganesha), and Who is the great Enchantress of the World,
3.4: I always bow down to Devi Meenakshi Who is an ocean of Compassion.

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Tridevi - the three supreme Goddess in Hinduism

The Tridevi (त्रिदेवी) is a concept in Hinduism conjoining the three consorts of the Trimurti (Great Trinity), that are personified by the forms of Hindu Goddesses: Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati or Durga. They are the manifestations of the Adi Parashakti, the Supreme Being and Divine Mother in Shaktism.

Saraswati:

Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge
Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge

Saraswati is the goddess of learning and arts, cultural fulfillment (consort of Brahma the creator). She is the cosmic intelligence, cosmic consciousness,and cosmic knowledge.

Lakshmi:

Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth
Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth

Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and fertility, material fulfillment (consort of Vishnu the maintainer or preserver). However, she does not signify mere material wealth like gold, cattle, etc. All kinds of prosperity, glory, magnificence, joy, exaltation, or greatness come under Lakshmi.

Parvati or Durga:

Durga
Durga

Parvati/ Mahakali (or in her demon-fighting aspect Durga) the goddess of power and love, spiritual fulfillment (consort of Shiva the destroyer or transformer). She also depicts the transformational power of divinity, the power that dissolves multiplicity in unity.

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Goddesses in Hinduism

Here is the list of 10 prime Goddesses in hinduism (no particular order)

Lakshmi:
Lakshmi (लक्ष्मी) is the Hindu goddess of wealth, love, prosperity (both material and spiritual), fortune, and the embodiment of beauty. She is the wife and active energy of Vishnu.

Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth
Lakshmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth

Saraswati :
Saraswati (सरस्वती) is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, arts, wisdom and learning. She is a part of the trinity of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati. All the three forms help the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva to create, maintain and regenerate-recycle the Universe respectively

Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge
Saraswati is the Hindu goddess of knowledge

Durga:
Durga (दुर्गा), meaning “the inaccessible” or “the invincible”, is the most popular incarnation of Devi and one of the main forms of the Goddess Shakti in the Hindu pantheon.

Durga
Durga

Parvati:
Parvati (पार्वती) is the Hindu goddess of love, fertility and devotion. She is the gentle and nurturing aspect of Hindu goddess Shakti. She is the mother goddess in Hinduism and has many attributes and aspects.

Parvati is the Hindu goddess of love, fertility and devotion.
Parvati is the Hindu goddess of love, fertility and devotion.

Kali:
Kali also known as Kalika, is the Hindu goddess associated with empowerment, shakti. She is the fierce aspect of the goddess Durga (Parvati).

Kali is the Hindu goddess associated with empowerment
Kali is the Hindu goddess associated with empowerment

Sita:
Sita (सीता) is the consort of the Hindu god Rama  and is an avatar of Lakshmi, goddess of wealth and wife of Vishnu. She is esteemed as a paragon of spousal and feminine virtues for all Hindu women. Sita is known for her dedication, self-sacrifice, courage and purity.

Sita is known for her dedication, self-sacrifice, courage and purity.
Sita is known for her dedication, self-sacrifice, courage and purity.

Radha:
Radha, which means prosperity and success, is one of the Gopis of Vrindavan, and is a central figure of Vaishnava theology.

Radha
Radha

Rati:
Rati  is the Hindu goddess of love, carnal desire, lust, passion and sexual pleasure. Usually described as the daughter of Prajapati Daksha, Rati is the female counterpart, the chief consort and the assistant of Kama (Kamadeva), the god of love.

Rati  is the Hindu goddess of love, carnal desire, lust, passion and sexual pleasure.
Rati is the Hindu goddess of love, carnal desire, lust, passion and sexual pleasure.

Ganga:
the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as a goddess known as Ganga. It is worshipped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha.

Goddess Ganga
Goddess Ganga

Annapurna :
Annapurna or Annapoorna is the Hindu goddess of nourishment. Anna means “food” or “grains”. Purna means “ful l, complete and perfect”. She is an avatar (form) of Parvati, the wife of Shiva.

Annapoorna is the Hindu goddess of nourishment.
Annapoorna is the Hindu goddess of nourishment

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