108 Names of Hindu Goddess

For majority of the hindus, the most important religious path is devotion to personal goddess. The people worship different goddesses in many ways like performing a puja where there are ritual offerings and prayers. Quite often a worshiper tends to concentrate prayers on one deity with whom there is a close relationship. The chanting of divine names has been very important in Hindu worship as it brings peace and love to one's mind. The Goddesses are worshipped by their devotees through the recitation of their 108 names.

goddess Andal
Goddess Andal he incarnation of Mother Earth, Bhoodevi, is one of the twelve Aalvaars, great devotees of Vishnu. Goddess Andal is specially worshipped by reciting her songs called Thiruppaavai, early in the mornings during the Hindu month of Dhanu. The devotees worship Goddess Andal by reciting the 108 names.
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goddess Annapurna
Goddess Annapurna is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati. Devotees who worship of Goddess Annapoorneshwari will be blessed with prosperity and good health. Women worship Annapoorneshwari Devi for their better married life. The devotees worship Goddess Annapoorna by reciting the 108 names.
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goddess durga
Goddess Durga represents Shakthi, the female principle of energy, the counterpart of Siva. She is the Goddess of valor and slayer of demons that were personifications of vaunted ego and ignorance. Many people worship goddess Durga to help them destroy within themselves all negative forces and all weaknesses. The devotees worship Goddess Durga by reciting the 108 names.
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Goddess Lakshmi
Goddess Lakshmi is the consort of Vishnu. She is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. The spiritual wealth mainly consists of nobler values of life, power of mind and intellect, moral, and ethical qualities Fridays are considered auspicious for Lakshmi Puja, a puja for boons and longevity. The devotees worship Goddess Lakshmi by reciting the 108 names.
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Goddess Saraswathi
Goddess Saraswathi is the Goddess of learning and knowledge. Many devotees pray to her ever mornings. Goddess Saraswati is considered to be the "Mother of the Vedas". Sarawathi Pooja is done by devotees every year to seek the blessings of Goddess Saraswathi and make the upcoming year successful and prosperous. The devotees worship Goddess Saraswathi by reciting the 108 names.
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