Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Aadya Meaning "first" or "primeval," representing the primordial nature  of Goddess Durga.

Deetya Signifying "goddess Lakshmi," representing the prosperity and abundance associated with the divine.

Harini Meaning "deer," embodying the  grace and agility of Goddess Durga.

Ishani Referring to "goddess" or "ruler," highlighting the divine and powerful nature of Maa Durga.

Lalasa Referring to "desire" or "longing," symbolizing the determination and drive associated with Goddess Durga.

Maitri Meaning "friendship" or "compassion," reflecting the nurturing and caring aspect of Goddess Durga.

Navanya Meaning "new" or "fresh," representing the rejuvenating and revitalizing nature of Goddess Durga.

Rudraja Derived from "Rudra,"  a fierce aspect of  Goddess Durga, representing her powerful and ferocious form.

Ameya Signifying "boundless" or "immeasurable," reflecting the infinite strength and power of Goddess Durga.

Aikya Meaning "unity" or "oneness," symbolizing the harmony and unity associated with Goddess Durga.