- Vaishnavi (deity)
sanskrit, feminine form of " Vaishnava") is a legendary figure in the Hindutradition. According to the legend, she was an incarnation of the Divine Mother, or Shakti. Vaishno Deviis a temple dedicated to her in Jammu and Kashmiris one of the most-visited shrines in India. For more information, see Vaishno Devi.
Vaishnavi is also a
Matrikagoddess, considered a shaktiof Vishnu. Vaishnavi (or Vyshnavi) is also a given name, in the Hindutradition of naming children after spiritual personalities.
Sri Vaishnavi Shrine
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