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Lord Rama – 106 Name in Hinduism

Rama or Ram also known as Ramachandra, is a major deity of Hinduism. He is the seventh avatar of the god Vishnu, one of his most popular incarnations along with Krishna and Gautama Buddha. InRama-centric traditions of Hinduism, he is considered the Supreme Being.

  1. Shashvata: Eternal
  2. Shoora: The valiant one
  3. Shrimate: Revered by all
  4. Shyamanga: Dark skinned one
  5. Smitavaktra: One with a smiling face
  6. Smruthasarvardhanashana: Destroyer of devotees’ sins through their meditation and concentration
  7. Soumya: Benevolent and calm-faced
  8. Sugreevepsita Rajyada: One who recovered Sugreeva’s kingdom
  9. Sumitraputra Sevita: Worshipped by Sumitra’s son Lakshmana
  10. Sundara: Handsome
  11. Tatakantaka: Slayer of yakshini Tataka
  12. Trilokarakshaka: Protector of the three worlds
  13. Trilokatmane: Lord of the three worlds
  14. Tripurte: Manifestation of the Trinity – Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva
  15. Trivikrama: Conqueror of the three worlds
  16. Vagmine: Spokesman
  17. Valipramathana: Slayer of Vali
  18. Varaprada: Answer to all prayers
  19. Vatradhara: One who practises penance
  20. Vedantasarea: Embodiment of philosophy of life
  21. Vedatmane: Spirit of the Vedas rests in Him
  22. Vibheeshana Pratishttatre: One who crowned Vibheeshana as king of Lanka
  23. Vibheeshanaparitrate: Befriended Vibbeeshana
  24. Viradhavadha: Slayer of the demon Viradha
  25. Vishwamitrapriya: Vishwamitra’s loved one
  26. Yajvane: Performer of Yagnas
  27. Adipurusha: Primordial being
  28. Ahalyashapashamana: Remitter of Ahalya’s curse
  29. Anantaguna: Full of virtues
  30. Bhavarogasya Bheshaja: Reliever of all earthly ailments
  31. Brahmanya: Supreme Godhead
  32. Chitrakoot Samashraya: Creating Chitrakoot’s beauty in the Panchvati forest
  33. Dandakaranya Punyakrute: One who ennobled the Dandaka forest
  34. Danta: Image of serenity
  35. Dashagreeva Shirohara: Slayer of the ten-headed Ravana
  36. Dayasara: Embodiment of kindness
  37. Dhanurdhara: One with a bow in hand
  38. Dhanvine: Born of the Sun race
  39. Dheerodhata Gunothara: Kind hearted valiant
  40. Dooshanatrishirohantre: Slayer of Dooshanatrishira
  41. Hanumadakshita: Depends and trusts on Hanuman to fulfil his task
  42. Harakodhandarama: Armed with the curved Kodhanda bow
  43. Hari: The omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent one
  44. Jagadguruve: Spiritual teacher of the universe of Dharma, Artha and Karma
  45. Jaitra: One who symbolises victory
  46. Jamadagnya Mahadarpa: Destroyer of Jamadagni’s son Parashuram’s price
  47. Janakivallabha: Janaki’s consort
  48. Janardana: Liberator from the cycle of birth and death
  49. Jaramarana Varjita: Free from the cycle of births and deaths
  50. Jayantatranavarada: Boon provider to save Jayanta
  51. Jitakrodha: Conqueror of anger
  52. Jitamitra: Vanquisher of enemies
  53. Jitavarashaye: Conqueror of the ocean
  54. Jitendriya: Controller of the senses
  55. Kausaleya: Kausalya’s son
  56. Kharadhwamsine: Slayer of demon Khara
  57. Mahabhuja: Giant armed, broad chested lord
  58. Mahadeva: Lord of all lords
  59. Mahadevadi Pujita: Worshipped by Lore Shiva and other divine lords
  60. Mahapurusha: Great Being
  61. Mahayogine: Supreme Meditator
  62. Mahodara: Generous and kind
  63. Mayamanushyacharitra: Incarnation of the human form to establish dharma
  64. Mayamareechahantre: Slayer of demon Tataka’s son Mariachi
  65. Mitabhashini: Reticent and mellifluous speaker
  66. Mrutavanarajeevana: Reviver of dead monkeys
  67. Munisansutasanstuta: Worshipped by sages
  68. Para: The Ultimate
  69. Parabrahmane: Supreme Godhead
  70. Paraga: Uplifter of the poor
  71. Parakasha: Bright
  72. Paramapurusha: The supreme Man
  73. Paramatmane: The supreme soul
  74. Parasmaidhamne: Lord of Vaikuntta
  75. Parasmaijyotishe: Most radiant
  76. Parasme: Most Superior
  77. Paratpara: Greatest of the greats
  78. Paresha: Lord of the lords
  79. Peetavasane: Wearing yellow attire signifying purity and wisdom
  80. Pitrabhakta: Devoted to his father
  81. Punyacharitraya Keertana: Subject for hymns sung in His adulations
  82. Punyodaya: Provider of immortality
  83. Puranapurushottama: Supreme being of the Puranas
  84. Purvabhashine: One who knows future and speaks of events to come
  85. Raghava: Belonging to the Raghu race
  86. Raghupungava: Scion of Raghakula race
  87. Rajeevalochana: Lotus-eyed
  88. Rajendra: Lord of the lords
  89. Rakshavanara Sangathine: Saviour of boars and monkeys
  90. Rama: The ideal avatar
  91. Ramabhadra: The most auspicious one
  92. Ramachandra: As gentle as the moon
  93. Sacchidananda Vigraha: Eternal happiness and bliss
  94. Saptatala Prabhenthachha: Rid the curse of the Seven Tale Trees
  95. Sarva Punyadhikaphala: One who answers prayers and rewards good deeds
  96. Sarvadevadideva: Lord of all gods
  97. Sarvadevastuta: Worshipped by all divine beings
  98. Sarvadevatmika: Dwells in all gods
  99. Sarvateerthamaya: One who turns the water of ocean sacred
  100. Sarvayagyodhipa: Lord of all sacrificial offerings
  101. Sarvopagunavarjita: Destroyer of all evil
  102. Sathyavache: Always truthful
  103. Satyavrata: Adopting truth as penance
  104. Satyevikrama: Truth makes him powerful
  105. Setukrute: Builder of the bridge over ocean
  106. Sharanatrana Tatpara: Protector of devotees

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