Different Names of Goddess Radha

Different Names of Goddess Radha

NameMeaningNumerology
BhagavatiGoddess Durga; One who possesses bhag which is said to have six attributes, viz., Supremacy, Righteousness, FameProsperityWisdom and discrimination, Epithet of Lakshmi8
BinodiniJoyful girl4
BrindhaTulsi (Basil) or Goddess Radha; Popular; Accompanied by many; The holy Tulsi plant11
GaurangiGiver of happiness; Another name of Goddess RadhaBeloved of Lord Krishna; Fair complexion6
KamesvariGoddess Parvati; The Lord of desires; She is the queen of transcendental lust9
KanuprithaGoddess Radha; Soothing11
KanupriyaGoddess RadhaBeloved of Kanha - Lord Krishna8
KeshaviGoddess Radha; Long beautiful hair3
LalitaBeautiful; Women; Desirable; Graceful; Musk; A musical raag graceful1
ManmayiSri Radha4
NityaEternalConstant; Another name for Durga6
PremaLoveBeloved8
RaadhikaGoddess RadhaSuccessful; The beloved of Lord Krishna; Wealthy8
RadhaWealthSuccess; Lightning; Lord Krishna's Love; Intellectual energy; ProsperityInspiration5
RadhikaGoddess RadhaSuccessful; The beloved of Lord Krishna; Wealthy7
RaiGoddess Radha1
RamaniBeautiful girl; Beautiful womanPretty; Affectionate; PleasantHappy11
RasikaProtector of all Gods; Connoisseur; Discerning; Elegant; Beautiful; Passionate5
RidhikaSuccessfulLove of Lord Krishna: Radha6
ShreepradaGoddess Radha; Giver of wealth5
ShrikamaGoddess Radha; Shri - divine Kama - loveliness; Beauty; Radiance8
SuamyaShe is pleasing like the Moon8
TulasiSacred plant; A sacred plant (Basil); Unmatched; Unique; A sacred leaf thought to be the incarnation of Mahalakshmi1
VarajottamaThe greatest fem5
VrindaBasil; Goddess RadhaHoly; Many; All; A chorus of singers; Tulsi or sacred Basil5
VrndavanesvariQueen of Vrundavan8
VrundaBasil; Goddess RadhaHoly; Many; All; A chorus of singers; Tulsi or sacred Basil8
YamunaJamuna river3

Goddess Radha, a beloved figure in Hinduism, is known by several names and titles that emphasize her deep devotion and love for Lord Krishna. Some of the different names of Goddess Radha include Radharani (queen of devotion), Vrindavaneshwari (queen of Vrindavan), Govinda Priya (beloved of Lord Govinda), Krishna-Priya (beloved of Lord Krishna), and Gopi Janavallabha (darling of the cowherd maidens). These names reflect her role as the ultimate symbol of divine love and devotion in the Krishna tradition.

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