Yugala Sahasranama of Radha-Krishna

Once, Brahmarshi Narada approached Bhagavan Maha Deva to endow him with Shri Krishna Parama Tatwa and the latter commenced the Mantra:
Gopijana vallabha charanaachharanam prapadye:
Bhagavan stated that this Mantra was of Surabhi Rishi, Gayatri was Chhanda, and Bhagavan Shri Krishna was the relevant Devata. He also said: ‘Prapadyosmi’ or May I offer respects. For this Mantra, there was no need to suggest ‘Viniyoga’ or application as also ‘Anga Nyasa’or alignment with body parts. Only the Mantra is to be recited and Bhagavan would instantly be with the reciter.

After securing the Mantra from the Guru and practise it with full faith, without thinking much about the fulfillment of desires in the present time and of what is in store after life; after all, the joys and sorrows in the current life are dependent of the previous deeds and the future course is decided by Bhagavan.

One has to take shelter from Bhagavan and worship Him. However: 
Gurovajnaam Saadhunam nindaam bhedam Harey Harou,
Veda Nindaam Harernaama balaat paapa sameepatpapa sameehanam/
Artha vaadam Hareynmagni Paakhandam naama samgrahey,
Alasey naastike chaiva Hari naamopa Harimaamopadeshinam/
 Naama Vismaranam chaapi Naamyaamaadaramey va cha,
Santyajeydam duratho Vatsa Doshaaneythaansudaaranan/

(Do not try to slander the Guru, never offend Sadhu or the Virtuous, never differentiate Shiva and Vishnu, never resort to malign Vedas, never act against those who take the name of Bhagavan, never criticise those who give spiritual discourses, never spread rumours against devotees, convince and counsel ‘nastiks’ or atheists, facilitate those who forget or ignore the existence of Bhagavan- these are the Ten Principles that should be followed always). One should have the faith that Krishna’s friends, parents, beloved, and followers exist forever and get into the mental-frame while reciting the ‘Jugal Sahasra naamaas’, stated Shiva to Narada:  
1)Devakinandana: Provider of joy to Devaki;
2) Shouri: Surasena’s progeny;
3) Vasudeva: Son of Vasudeva;
4) Balanuja : Younger brother of Balarama;
5) Gadaagraja (Elder brother of Gada/Mace);
6) Kamsamoha ( He who mesmerised Kamsa);
7) Kam sevaka mohanah:  (He who mesmorised the followers of Kamsa);
8) Bhinnargala (eliminator of all obstacles);
9) Bhinnaloha ( Breaker of metallic chains as in the case of his imprisoned father);
10) Pitruvaahnah:( Rides over as Vasudeva kept the new born Krishna on his head through River Yamuna);
11) Pitrustutah (Praised by his father at the time of his birth);
12) Matrustutah (eulogized by his mother at his birth);
13) Shivadhyeyah (worshipped by Shiva);
14) Jamuna-jalabhedanah (He who smashed the flow of River Yamuna);
15) Vrajavaasi (He who resided in Vraja-bhumi);
16) Vrajaanandi (Who charmed the Vraja);
17) Nanda baala (The son of Nanda);
18) Dayanidhi ( The Ocean of Mercy);
19) Leela baalah ( The Miracle-child);
20) Padma netrah (the Lotus-eyed);
21) Gokulothsavah ( The cause of Festivals at Gokula);
22 ) Ishwarah ( Capable of any deeds);
23) Gopikanandah (The cause of joy for Gopikas);
24) Krishnah (Who attracts instant attention);
25) Gopaanandah (the epitome of happiness for Gopas);
26) Sataangatih (the destination of devotees);
27) Vaka praanaharah (the killer of Vakaasura);
28) Vishnuh (The all-pervader);
29) Vakamukti pradah (Provider of salvation to Bakaasura);
30) Harih ( Destroyer of sins, ignorance and misery);
31) Baladolaashaya -shahayah ( He who rests in the hoods of Sesha Nag, the Avatar of Balarama);
32) Shyamalah (the blue-coloured);
33) Sarva Sundarah ( The embodiment of beauty);
34) Padmanabhah (from whose navel sprouted the lotus);
35) Hrishikeshah (The controller and provocator of physical limbs);
36) Kreeda manuja baalakah ( the funster in the form of a boy);
37) Leela-vidhvastwa shakatah (the destroyer of Shakatasura);
38) Vedamantra -abhishechitah ( He who is bathed in Veda mantras);
39) Yashodanandanah ( The joy of mother Yashoda);

40) Kantah (The Form of Radiance);
41) Munikoti nishevitah (Worshipped by crores of Munis);
42) Nithya Madhuvana vaasi (the aboder of Madhu vana);
43) Vaikunthah ( The Chief of Vaikuntha);
44) Sambhavah (The Origin of Everything);
45) Kratuh (Yagna Swarupa);
46) Ramapatih (Lakshmipati);
47) Yadupatih (The Chief of Yadavas);
48) Murarih (The demolisher of Murari Daitya);
49) Madhusudanah ( the killer of Madhu Daitya);
50) Madhavah ( Belonged to Madhu Kula of Yadu Vamsha);
51) Maanahari ( Destroyer of ego and self-image);
52) Shripati ( the husband of Lakshmi);
53) Bhudharah ( The holder of the weight of Earth);
54) Prabhuh (The Super Lord);
55) Brihadvana maha leelah (The performer of great miracles);
56) Nandasuunuh ( The illustrious son of Nanda );
57) Mahasasah  ( He who sits on the seat of mighty Sesha serpent);
58) Trunavarta pranahari ( the executor of Trunavarta daitya);
59) Yashodavismayapradah (Who stunned Yashoda with his miracles);
60) Trailokyavakra ( who visions the happenings of the Tri-Lokas by his face);
61) Padmaakshah (Has eyes like fully opened lotus);
62) Padma hastah (ornamented with lotus-hands);
63) Priyankarah (Brings joy to everybody);
64) Brahnamah ( The benefactor of Brahmanas);
65) Dharmagopta (The saviour of Virtue);
66) Bhupatih (The Master of Bhudevi);
67) Shridharah (The retainer of Lakshmi on his physique);
68) Swaraat ( Self Illuminated);
69) Ajadhyakshah (The Master of Brahma);
70) Shivakdhyakshah ( The Master of Shiva);
71) Dharma -dhyakshaha (The Master of Dharma);
72) Maheshwarah (Parameswara);
73) Vedanta vedyah ( He who could be visualised by Vedas alone);
74) Brahmasthitah ( Resides in Brahma Tatwa);
75) Prajapatih ( Master of the whole humanity);
76) Amoghadhruk (All- visioned);
77) Gopikaraavalambi (who dances by holding the hands of Gopis);
78) Gopabalaka supriyah (The beloved of Gopas);
79) Balaanuyayi (Who copies the actions of Balarama );
80) Balavan ( Full of Super Strength);
81) Shridaama priya ( the great friend of Shridaama);
82) Atmavan (The Controller of Mind and Soul);
83) Gopigrihaangana ratih (The player in the homes and interiors of Gopis);
84) Bhadrah (The embodiment of propitiousness);
85) Sushlokamandalah ( Brings in piety owing to his name and fame);
86) Navaneetaharah (The famed butter- thief);
87) Baalah (always child-like);
88) Navaneeta priyashanah (whose staple food is butter);
89) Balabrindi (always in the company of children);
90) Markavrindi ( Playful with monkey-like children);
91) Chakitakshah ( always looks with surprised eyes);
92) Paalitah ( Runs away being afraid of mother’s call);
93) Yashodarjitah ( fearful of Yashoda’s curses);
94) Kampi ( shivers with the fear of his mother);
95) Mayarudita shobhanah (Looks splendid with false and childish cries);
96) Damodarah        ( held by mother by strings);
97) Aprameyatma (Has immesurable Form);
98) Dayaluh (Most merciful);
99) Bhaktavatsalah ( Fond of devotees);
100) Ulukhaley sabandha (tied strong to a mortar-by his mother);
101) Namna shira ( down-headed or submissive);
102) Gopikadrayitah ( falsely repentant due to complaints from Gopis to his mother);
103) Vriksha bhangi (the demolisher of Yamalarjuna Trees while tied a rice-pounder by his mother);
104) Shokabhangi ( self-safe but frightened others with cries);
105) Dhanadatmaja mokshanah ( Relieved Kubera’s sons of their curse by a Sage to turn into trees);
106) Devarshi vachanashlaaghi ( Considerate of Narada’s statements);
107) Bhakta vaatsalya sagarah ( An ocean of encouragement to devotees);
108) Vrajakolaahalakarah ( keeps Vraja’s residents extremely busy with his mystification);
109) Vrajaananda vivardhanah ( Enhancer of the joys of Vraja’s residents);
110) Gopaatma (The soul of Gopas);
111) Prerakah ( the booster of actions, mind and feelings);
112) Saakshi (The unique proof of actions world-wide);
113) Vrindavana nivasakrith (The famed resident of Brindavana);
114) Vatsa paalahah (the care-taker of Govatsas);
115) Vatsapatih (Safety provider of the young cows),
116) Gopadaraka mandanah (The benefactor of the society of gopabaalas);
117) Balakreedah (Involved in normal child-plays);
118)  Balaratih ( the endearer of Gopabalaas);
119) Balakah ( of the form of a boy);
120) Kanakaangadi (the wearer of golden ‘bhuja keertis’ or hand-ornaments);
121) Pitambarah (Dressed in silk robes);
122) Hemamalahari  ( the wearer of golden neck laces);
123) Manimukta vibhushanah ( ornamented by gems and pearls);
124) waisted with bells and wristed with metal rounds;
125) Sutri ( with cotton-threaded wrists and Yagnopaveeta);
126) Nupuri ( with ornamented feet);
127) Mudrikaanvita ( finger-ringed);
128) Vatsasura pratidhwamsi ( the killer of Vatsasura);
129) Vakasuranaashanah ( the terminator of Vakasura);
130) Aghasura vinaashi ( the demolisher of Aghasura);
131) Vinidrikritabalakah (The reviver of the fained children due to the poison of Kaliya serpent);
132) Adyah (The Original Cause);
133) Atmapradah (Provider of his soulful to his dear devotees);
134) Sangi (the keeper of company to his companions);
135) Yamunateera bhojanah (The eater of food on the banks of River Yamuna along with his friends);
136) Gopaala mandali madhyaha ( the central figure of Gopalaas);
137) Sarva gopala bhushanah ( The jewel of all Gopalas);
138) Kritahastatalagraasah ( carrier of plate with food in his hands);
139) Vyanjanaashrita shaakhikah ( the arranger of food-vessels on tree branches);
140) Kritabaahu shringa yashthih ( keeps a whip and stick in hands);
141) Grunjaalankrita kanthakah (ornamented with grinjali mala around his neck);
142) Mayura pincha mukutah ( sports peacock feathers on his headgear);
143) Vanamaali vibhushitah ( decorated with vanamali);
144) Gairikaachitrita vipunah (Expert in drawing pictures with red chalk on his body);
145) Navamedhavapuh         ( with body colour as fresh cloud);
146) Smarah ( by far the   most attractive form of Kamadeva);
147) Kotikandarpa lavanyah ( as attractive as of a crore Kamadevas);
148) Lasanmakara kundalah ( Wearing luminous ear rings of crocodile shape);
149) Aajaanu -baahuh ( with hands as long as the knees);
150) Bhagavan (Composite with five kinds of Aishwarya viz. Prosperity, Dharma (Virtue), ‘Yash’ (fame); ‘ Shri; (wealth); Gyana                 ( Knowledge) and ‘Vairagya’ ( detachment);
151) Nidra rahita lochanah ( devoid of sleep);
152) Koti saagara gaambhiryah (As complex as a crore oceans);
153) Kalakaalaha (He is the Supreme Kaala Swarupa);
154) Sada Shivah (the eternally auspicious Bhagavan);
155) Virinchi mohana vapuh (Even Brahma netted by his illusion);
156) Gopavatsa -vapurdharah (He who takes the forms of Gopas and calves);
157) Brahmandakoti janakah (The Creator of crores of Universes);
158) Brahma moha vinashakah ( The demolisher of Brahma’s illusions);
159) Brahma (He himself takes the form of Brahma );
160) Brahmeditah (Extolled by Brahma);
161) Swami (the Supreme of everybody / everything);
162) Shakradarpadi nashanah ( The eliminator of Indra’s egotism);
163) Giri pujopadeshta ( He who showed the procedure of worshipping Govardhan mouatain);
164) Dhruta Govardhanachalah (The elevator of Govardhana Mountain);
165) Purandareditah (Praised by Indra Deva);
166) Pujyah (revered by one and all);
167) Kamadhuprapujitah ( adulated by Kamadhenu);
168) Sarva Tirthaabhishiktah (Enabled Surabhi to perform ‘Abhishkas’ by the Sacred waters of all the Tirthas on the Seat of Indra);
169) Govindah (Famed as Govinda since he was the Indra of all cows ( ‘Go-matas’);
170) Goparakshakah (safety-provider to cows);
171) Kaaliyaarti- karah      ( The subduer of Kaaliya serpent);
172) Krurah ( cruel punisher of the vicious);
173) Nagapatniratah (exalted by Nagapatnis);
174) Virat ( Virat Purusha / The most maximised Being);
175) Dhenukaarih ( the enemy of Dhenukaasura);
176) Pralambhaari ( Destroyer of Pralambhasura in the form of Balabhadra);
177) Vrishaasura vimardanah ( the exterminator of Arishtasura who appeared in the form of a huge bull);
178) Mayasuratmaja dhwamsi(The annihilator of Vyomaasura who was the son of Mayasura );
179) Keshi kantha vidarakah ( the slicer of Keshi demon’s head);
180) Gopa gopta ( The saviour of Gopas);
181) Daavaagni parishoshakah ( the desroyer of Daavaagni or the Gigantic Fire);
182) Gopakanya vastra haari ( The appropriator of the clothes of Gopikas while they were bathing);
183) Gopa Kanya varapradah (The boon provider to the Gopika maids);
184) Yajnapatyanna bhoji (the consumer of Anna bhojan of the wives of those who did the Yagnas);
185) Muni- maanaapa harah (He clipped the ego of those brahmanas who claimed as Munis;
186) Jalesha mana mardhanah ( the tamer of Varunadeva’s ego);
187) Nanda gopala jeevanah ( saviour of Nandagopala from Vidyadhara who came in the form of a huge serpent ‘Ajagara’);
188) Gandharva shapa mokta ( The saviour of the Gandharva (Vidyadhara ) from his earlier curse);
189) Shankhachooda shiroharah ( He sliced the head of the Yaksha called Chooda);
190) Vamshivati ( Miracle maker near the Vamshivata/ the Vamshi tree);
191) Venuvaadi (the great flutist );
192) Gopichinta -paharakah ( Reliever of the sorrows of Gopikas);
193) Sarva gopta (the liberator of one and all);
194) Samahvaanah   ( Addressed by all to save them);
195) Sarva Gopi manorathah ( He who is the desire of all Gopis);
196) Vyangya dharma pravakta   ( preacher of Dhrama in a satirical manner);
197) Gopimandala mohanah ( Mesmeriser of Gopikas in groups);
198) Rasakreeda rasaa swaadi (The enjoyer of the taste of Rasa- dance’s juice);
199) Rasika (The experiencer of the ‘Rasa’);
200) Radhika Praana -natha (Shri Radha’s beloved / life’s breath);
201) Kishori prana nadha (Kishori’s life-breathing);
202) Vrisha bhanu sutaapriyah (Vrisha hanu nandini’s beloved);
203) Sarva Gopi Janaanandi ( The bliss of all the Gopijana);
204) Gopijana Vimohanah (The enchanter ‘par excellence’ of the Gopikas’);
205) Gopikageeta charitah (The sacred songs sung by the Gopika singers about  the stories of Krishna);
 206) Gopi nartana laalasah (He who enjoys the dances of Gopikas with relish);
207) Gopiskandhashrita karah (He who ambles along with his hands on their shoulders);
208) Gopi kuchambana chumbana priya (He who savors the kisses of Gopika’s chest);
209) Gopika marjita mukhah (He who takes delight in wiping the sweet touches of  Gopikas of his tender face by their silk ‘anchals’/ upper robes);
210) Gopi vyanjana veejitah (He who loves the experience of  fanning by Gopikas as he is lying and resting);
211) Gopika kesha samskaari (Who goes into raptures while fondly caressing the softness of the hairs of Gopikas);
212) Gopika pushpa samstarah (He who loves to play games with flowers on the Gopikas);
213) Gopika -hridayalambi (He provides refuge to the hearts of Gopikas;
214) Gopivahanatatparah (He is ready to carry Radha on his shoulders);
215) Gopika mada haari (demolishes the self-image of Gopikas);
216) Gopika paramaarjitah (The fruit of the ‘Punya’earned hard by Gopikas);
217) Gopika kruta salleelah (He whose memorable deeds are copied by Gopikas after the ‘Rasaleelas’);
218) Gopikasamsmrutapriyah (The beloved of Gopikas who keep on floating in the fabulous memories of his);
219) Gopika vanditapada  ( The sacred feet which are sought after by Gopikas);
220) Gopikaa vashavartanah (He who is in the control of  Gopikas);
221) Radhaaparaajitah ( Conceded defeat from Radha);
222) Shrimaan (Epitome of prosperity);
223) Nikunjosuvihara vaan (He who performs playful deeds in the gardens of Brindavan);
224) Kunja priyah (He loves the gardens);
225) Kunjavaasi (The resident of the Gardens);
226) Vrindavana vikaashanah (He illuminates Bridavana);
227) Yamuna -jalasiktaangah ( He had his body bathed by Yamuna waters);
228) Yamunasoukhya dayakah (He provides bliss to River Yamuna);
229) Rashistambhanah( Stops the movement of Moon on the night of Raasaleela);
230)Shurah ( He is the archtype of courage);
231) Kaami (Always anxious to encounter with his Bhaktas);
232)  Kama-vimohanah (He who enthralls Kamadeva with his ‘leelas’);
233) Kaamaadya ( The Original Cause of Kamadeva);
234) Kama nathah (He is the Supremo of Kama / desire);
235) Kamamaanasa bhedanah (Capable of breaking the heart of Kamadeva himself);
236) Kamadah (The Provider of Kama or yearning);
237) Kamarupah (Assumes the Form of Kama /Craving);
238) Kamini -kamasanchayah ( Amasses the love of Kaminis);
239) Nityakreedah ( Ever-ready to get absorbed in playful games);
240) Mahaleelah (The Supreme Player of Miracles);
241) Sarvah ( Sarwa Swarpa or assume any Form whatever );
242) Sarva gatah ( All-pervading);
243) Paramaatma (The Supreme Soul);
244) Paradhesha ( Parameshwara );
245)  Sarva karana karanah (The Cause of any or every cause);
246) Griheeta Naradavachaah (Concedes to whatever Brahmarshi Narada advises);
247) Akrura parichintitah ( He who gave weightage to the counsel of Akrura);
248) Akruravandita padah   ( The feet that were worshipped by Akrura step by step;
249) Gopikaa tosha kaarakah (Mollifies the feelings of frustration arising of out his absence among Gopikas);
250) Akruravakya sangraahi ( Concedes the view-points of Akrura);
251) Mathuravaasa karanah   ( The reason for which the inhabitants of Mathura prefer to stay there);
252) Akrura tapa shamanah (He relieves Akrura’s sorrows);
253) Rajakaayuh pranaashanah (shortens the life of Mathura’s washerman due to his refusal of cleaning Krishna / Balarama’s clothes under Kasa’s influence of Kamsa);
254) Mathuraananda daayi ( Provider of joy to the residents of Mathura);
255) Kamsa vastra vilunthanah (He who took away Kamsa’s clothes due to an altercation with the washerman of Kamsa);
256) Kamsa vastra paridhanah (He sported Kamsa’s clothes);
257) Gopavastra pradayikah ( Donor of clothes to Gopas );
258) Sudama griha gaami ( Visitor to the residence of Sudama Mali);
259) Sudama paripujitah ( Worshipped by Sudama Mali);
260) Tantuvaayaka sapreetah ( Bleesed the tailor);
261) Kubjachandana lepanah (Applied the chandana paste prepared by Kubja on his own limbs);
262) Kubjaarupapradah (Blessed beautiful Form to Kubja );
263) Vijnah ( embodiment of knowledge);
264) Mukundah (The provider of Moksha);
265) Vishtira shravaah ( Has far-reaching fame and wide-ranging hearing capacity);
266) Sarvajnah ( The All-Knowing);
267) Mathuraaloki (Visited around Mathuranagar);
268) Sarvalokaabhinandanah (obtained showers of praises and accolades from one and all of the Public);
269) Kripakataaksha darshi (Visions every body with empathy and compassion); 
270) Daityarih (The enemy of Daityas);
271) Devapalakah (The defender of Devas);
272) Sarva duhkha prashamanah (Reliever of all kinds of sorrows);
273) Dhanurbhangi (The smasher of Dhanush / the Mighty Bow);
274) Mahotsavah ( The Cause of Great Celebration);
275) Kuvalaya peeda hantah (The killer of the haughty Elephant called Kuvalaya- peedana);
276) Dantahskandhah (The parader of the ill-famed elephant’s tusks on his shoulders);
277) Balaagrani (Always follows Balarama and keeps himself behind);
278) Kalparupadharah (Dresses according to the persons being met);
279) Dhiraha  ( Has supreme courage);
280) Divya vastraanu lepanah (Wears divya vastra and ‘anga -raaga’( body-lepana);
281) Mallarupa (Sports the Form of a fearful wrestler in the sports arena of King Kamsa);
282) Mahakaala (Takes the profile of Death in the presence of Kamsa);
283) Kamarupi (Takes over various Forms as needs of time demanded);
284) Balaanvita (possesses endless energy and prowess);
285) Kamsa trasaharah (encountered a highly scared Kamsa);
286) Bhimah (Kamsa was mortally afraid of Krishna);
287) Mrushtikantah (In the form of Balabhadra, the fist-power was deadly to Kamsa);
288) Kamsaha (Krishna-the slaughter for Kamsa);
289) Chanuraghna (the destroyer of Chaanura, the great wresler);
290) Bhayahara (the slasher of timidity)’
291) Shalaarih (the killer of King Shalya);
292) Toshaalantakah   ( the destroyer of Toshaalka);
293) Vaikuntha -vaasi (As Vishnu, Krishna was residing at Vaikuntha);
294) Kamsaarih (Krishna, who destroyed  his enemy Kamsa),
295) Sarva dushta nishudanah (The mighty killer of all his deadly enemies);
296) Deva dundhibinirghoshi (The reason why Devas sounded at Kamas’s death);
297) Pitru shoka nivaarinah ( Krishna avenged and pacified the parents);
298) Yadavendrah (The Chief of Yadu Vamsha);
299) Sataam naathah (The rescuer of Satpurushas),
300) Yadavaari pramadanah (The destroyer of the opponents of Yadavas);
301) Shouri shoka vinashi (The demolisher of Vasudeva’s distress);
302) Devaki tapa naashanah   ( The terminator of Devaki’s  misery);
303) Ugrasena Paritraata (The redeemer of Ugrasena’s despair);
304) Ugrasenaabhi pujitah ( adored by Ugrasena);
305) Ugrasenaabhisheki (He was responsible to make Ugrasena as King);
306) Ugrasena daya para (Secured gratitude from Ugrasena);
307) Sarva Saantwata saakshi (responsible for the revival of Yadu vamsha);
308) Yaduvamsha abhinandana (brought elation to all in the Yadu vamsha);
309) Sarva Maathura samsevyah      ( Achieved the veneration of all residents of Mathura Nagar);
310) Karunah (The merciful);
311) Bhakta bandhavah (the kith and kin to all devotees);
312) Sarvagopala dhanadah (Provider of wealth to all Gopas);
313) Gopi Gopaala laalasah (He who genuinely enjoys mixing with Gopas and Gopikas);
314) Shouri dattopaveethi (Vasudeva had the privilege of performing ‘Upanayana’ samskaara to him (Krishna);
315) Ugrasena dayaakarah  ( benevolent to Ugrasena);
316) Guru Bhakta (with devotion to Guru Sandipani);
317) Brahmachari (Krishna practised strict Brahmacharya while in Gurukul);
318) Nigama -adhyaney ratah (He was Veda Paarayana);
319) Sankarshana sahaadhyaayi (He was a co-student to Balarama);
320) Sudama suhrut ( Sudama was a dear Brahmana co-student);
321) Vidyanidhih (the great store-house of Vidya / education);
322) Kalaa koshah (Complete treasure-house of Kalas / Arts);
323) Mruta putra pradah (Brought back to life the Guru’s son after death);
324) Chakri (The holder of Sudarshan Chakra);
325) Paanchajani (Paancha -jani the conchshell in his hands);
326) Sarva Naaraki mochanah ( Provider of salvation to all who stayed in Narakas/ hells);
327) Yamarchita (Worshipped by Yama Deva );
328) Parah (The Highest);
329) Devah ( Dhriti maan/ He who has singular forbearance and forgiveness);
330) Naamocchara vashah (Controlled by repetitive naama japa);
331) Achyutah (The Indestructible);
332) Kubjavilasi ( The rectifier of Kubja’s handicapped form);
333) Subhagah ( Extremely fortunate);
334) Deena bandhu (The relative of the helpess);
335) Anupama (The unparaleled);
336) Akrura griha gopta (The defender of Akrura’s home);
337) Pratijna Paalakah ( The Administer of Vows);
338) Shubhah (The Form of Auspiciousness);
339) Jarasandhajayi (Defeated Jarasandha by seventeen times);
340) Vidwan (Omniscient);
341) Yavanantah (witnessed the end of Kalayavana);
342) Dwijaashrayah (The shelter of Brahmanas);
343) Muchukundapriyakarah ( Well-wisher of Muchukunda);
344) Jarasandha palayatih (Spared Jarasandha eighteen times);
345) Dwarakaa -janakah (The creator of Dwarakapuri);
346) Gudhah (Paramatma hidden in the form of a human being);
347) Brahmanyah (The devotee of Brahmanya);
348) Satya -sangarah (He swears by Truth);
349) Leeladharah (The miracle man)
350) Priyakarah  ( Responsible for alround happiness);
351) Vishwakarma ( Performer of several universally benificient deeds);
352) Yashapradah (Provider of Fame);
353) Rukmini priya sandeshah (Despatcher of love-message to Devi Rukmini);
354) Rukmi shoka vivardhanah (adds to of Rukmi’s grief);
355) Chaidya shokalayah (augmentor of Sishupala’s distress);
356) Shreshthah (Exemplary human being);
357) Dushta rajanya nashanah (The desroyer of evil-minded Kings);
358) Rukmi vairupya karanah (disgraced Rukmi with head-shaving);
359) Rukmini vachaney ratah (makes sure of following Rukmini’s wishes);
360) Balabhadravachograahi ( implicitly follows Balabhadra’s feelings);
361) Mukta Rukmi ( Left Rukmi alive instead of killing him);
362) Janaadrana (fulfiller of Bhakta’s ishes);
363) Rumini praana nathah (Rukmini’s heart throb);
364) Satyabhama patih (Satyabhama’s beloved);
365) Swayam Bhakta pakshi (Takes the sides of Bhaktas on his own);
366) Bhakti vashah (Fully won over by Bhaktas);
367) Akrura mani dayakah ( the donor of Shamantaka mani to Akrura);
368) Shatadhanva praanahaari (Eliminator of Shatadhanva’s life);
369)Ruksharaja sutaapriyah (The beloved of Jambavati, the daughter of Jambavaan);
370) Satrajitat -tanayaa kantah (the dear wife of Satrajita’s daughter- Satyabhama);
371) Mitravida -apaharakah (The stealer of Mitravinda);
372) Satyapatih ( Husband of Nagnajit’s daughter Satya );
373) Lakshmanaajita (won over Lakshmana in a‘Swayamvara’);
374) Pujya (worthy of worship);
375) Bhadra Priyankara (endears Bhadra);
376) Narakaasura ghaati (destroyer of Narakaasura);
377) Leelaakanyaa -harah ( took away sixteen thousand virgin girls as his wives for fun);
378) Jayee (the Victorious);
379)  Murari (terminator of Murari daitya);
380) Madaneshah (Controller of Manmadha);
381) Dharitri duhkha naashanah (got rid of Bhu Devi’s anguish);
382) Vainateyi (The Master of Garuda Deva);
383) Swargagaami (Visited Swarga to fetch Parijata flower);
384) Adityaah kundala pradah (Gave away ear-rings to Aditi);
385) Indrarchita (worshipped by Indra);
386) Ramaakaantah (the belived of Lakshmi);
387) Vajri bharyaa prapujitah (Worshipped by Sachi Devi, the wife of Indra);
388) Paarijaataapahaari (appropriated Parijaata tree);
389) Shakra maanaapahaarakah (razed to ground the ego of Indra);
390) Pradyumna janakah (the father of Pradyumna);
391) Sambatatah (father of Samba);
392) Bahusutah (father of innumerable sons);
393) Vidhuh (Of Visahnu Swarup);
394) Gargaacharyah (Made Gargaacharya as his desciple);
395) Satyagatih (Attainable by Truth alone);
396) Dharmaadharah ( Dharma as his support);
397) Dharaadharah (The sustainer of Prithvi);
398) Dwaraamandanah (Dwaraka illuminated by him);
399) Shlokyah (worthy of reputation);
400) Sushlokah ( praiseworthy by way of Stanzas);
401) Nigamaalayah ( the Store of Vedas);
402) Poundraka praanahaari (The slayer of fake Vasudava);
403) Kashiraajashiro harih (The slicer of the fake Kashi’s head);
404) Avaishnava vipradaahi (those Brahmanas who tried to bring disrepute to Yadu vamshaites were burnt off);
405) Sudakshina bhayavah (Frightened Kashi Raja’s son Sudakshina into submission);
406) Jarasandhavidari (enabled Bhimasena to tear off Jarasandha);
407) Dharmanandana yagna krit ( facilitated the successful completion of Dharma Raja’s Yagna);
408) Sishupalashiracchedi (The smasher of Sishupala’s head);
409) Dantravaktra vishashanah ( killed Dantavaktra);
410) Vidhurathantakah (the obliterator of Vidhurantaka);
411) Shrishah (The Swami of Devi Lakshmi);
412) Shridaha (The Provider of Prosperity);
413) Dwivida nashanah (The killer of Dwivida Vaanara as by Balabhadra);
414) Rukmini maana haari (eliminated Rukmini’s self-image);
415) Rukmini maana vardhanah (Enhanced Devi Rukmini’s pride);
416) Devarshi shaapaharta (Saved Narada from his curse);
417) Draupadi vaakya paalakah (Draupadi’s statements made true);
418) Durvaasobhaya haari (Removed Muni Durvasa’s fright);
419) Paanchaali smaranaagatah (Instantly appeared at Draupadi’s call of desperation);
420) Paartha dutah (the personal emissary) of Kunti’s sons;
421) Partha Mantri (Adviser of Kunti Putras);
422) Partha duhkougha naashanah (The destroyer of Pandava’s miseries);
423) Partha maanaapahari (Ensured  Pandava’s self- respect);
424) Parthajeevana dayikah (Provider of life to Pandavas);
425) Panchali Vastra daata ( Prevented Panchali’s dishonour / disrobing and bestowed unlimited clothing to her);
426) Vishwapalaka palakah (Provides protection to Devas who guard the world);
427) Shwetashwa sarathi (the Charioteer to Arjuna’s white horses);
428) Satyah ( Satya Swarupa);
429) Satya sadhyaha (Possible to attain Him only through Truth);
430) Bhayapahah (Overcomes fright only by devotion);
431) Satyasandhah ( Truth alone succeeds);
432 ) Satyaratih (Engrossed in Truth);
433) Satya Priyah (Endeared by Truth);
434) Udaradhih (Liberal-minded);
435) Mahasena -jayi ( Even defeated Karikeya as he fought on Banasura’s side.);
436) Shiva sainya vinashanah ( Shivashena was destroyed by him);
437) Banasura bhujachhetta (cut-off the hands of Banasura);
438) Banasura baahuvarapradah (gave the boon of restoring the four hands of Banasura);
439) Tarkshya maanapahari (wiped out Garuda’s ego);
440) Tarkshya tejo vivardhanah (Garuda’s radiance enhanced by him);
441) Rama swarupadhari (assumed Shri Rama’s Form);
442) Satyabhamaa mudaavahah (Provided joy to Satyabhama);
443) Ratnakara jala kreeda (enjoyed swimming in the Sea);
444) Vrajaleela pradarshakah ( granted the vision of Vraja leelas to devotees);
445) Swapratijnaa paridhwamsi (did not mind breaking his own vow to enable Bhishma’s vow);
446) Bhishmaajnaa paripalakah (Followed Bhishma’s instruction);
447) Viraayudha harah (stole away the brave men’s Astras and Shastras);
448) Kaalah (Kaala Swarupa);
449) Kaalikeshah (The Master of Kaali);
450) Mahabalah   (Maha Shaktiman);
451) Barbarika shirohaari ( chopped the head of Barbarika);
452) Barbarika shirapradah (restored the head of Bararika);
453) Dharma putra jayee (enabled Dhara Raja to be victorious);
454) Shura Duryodhana madaantakah ( the destroyer of Duryodhana’s arrogance);
455) Gopikapreeti nirbandha  nitya kreedah ( succumbs to the pressure of Gopikas and always resorts to playful activities);
456) Vrajeswarah (the Master of Vraja);
457) Radhaakundaratih (loves to Play in Radha’s waterbody);
458) Dhanyah (worthy of gratitude);
459) Sadaandola samaashritah (enjoys swings on the Swings);
460) Sada madhu vanaanandi (Always joyful time in the Madhu Gardens);
461) Sada vrindaavani priyah (Loves to enjoy in Vridaavana);
462) Ashoka vana nannaddhah (always ready to play in Ashoka Vana);
463) Sada tilaka sangatah ( With ‘tilaka’ on his forehead);
464) Govardhana ratih (Ready to play on Govardhana Mountain);
465) Sadaa Gokula Vallabhah ( Ready for Gokula and cow-herds);
466) Bhaandira vata samvaasi (Lives in the Bhaandira vata often);
467) Nityam Vamshi vata sthitah (Likes to stay on at Vamshivata);
468) Nanda graama kritaavaasah (resident of Nandagraam);
469) Vrisha Bhaanugriha priyah (Likes to visit Vrisha Bhanu’s  Place);
470) Griheeta kaamini rupa (likes to sport the form of Kamini);
471) Nityam raasa vilaasa krit (Takes pleasure in performing Raasa leelas always);
472) Vallavijana samgopta (Provides security to Gopikaas);
473) Vallavee -jana vallabhah ( The beloved of Gopikas);
474) Devasharma kripa karta (showers kindness on Deva Sharma);
475) Kalpapaada prasamstitah (takes pleasure under the Kalpa Vriksha);
476) Shilanugandha nilayah (Resides in the palace of perfumed stones);
477) Padachari (enjoys walking by foot);
478) Ghanachhavih (Has the cloud-like bluish colour);
479) Atasee kusumaprakyha (Has the body colour of Tisi flower);
480) Sadaa Lakshmi kripakarah (constantly shows extreme kindness to Lakshmi);
481) Tripuraari priyakarah (endears Maha Deva);
482) Ugra Dhanwa (carries a fearful bow);
483) Aparaajitah (Invincible);
484) Shaddhura naashanah (destroys Shaddhura);
485) Nikumbha praana haarakah (The eliminator of Daithya Nikumbha);
486)Vajra naabha puradhvamsi (devastated Vajra naabha pura);
487) Poundraka prana harakah ( Poundraka’s demolisher);
488) Bahulashwa preeti karta ( Liked Mithila’s King Bahulashwa);
489) Dwija varya priyankarah (Liked Shruta Deva, the Bhakta Brahmana);
490) Shiva sankata haari ( eliminates problems for Shiva);
491) Vrikaasura vinaashanah (Krishna-the killer of Vrikasura);
492) Bhrigu satkara kaari   (Bhrigu received honour from Krishna);
493) Shiva saatvikada praadata ( provider of ‘Satvikata’ to Shiva);
494) Gokarna pujakah (worshipped at Gokarna);
495) Samba kushti vidhvamsah karanah (eradicated the leprosy disease of Samba);
496) Veda stutah (Eulogised by Vedas);
497) Veda vetta (Vedajna);
498) Yadu vamsha varthanah ( the Promoter of Yadu Vamsha);
499) Yadu vamsha Vinaashi (The termintor of Yadu vamsha);
500) Uddhavodhhara kaarakaha (endowed with Salvation to Uddhava);
501) Radha (‘Aaraadhya Shakti’ of Shri Krishna);
502) Raadhika (‘Vrisha Bhanu Putri’);
503) Aanandaa (The Highest Form of Bliss);
504) Vrishabhanuja (The daughter of Vrisha Bhanu Gopa);
505) Brindavaneshwai (Bridavana’s Queen);
506) Punya (Punyamayi / Devi of Propitious -ness);
507) Krishna maanasa haarini (The ‘chitchor’ or the Thief of Krishna’s heart);
508) Pragalbha (Essence of radiance, courage, fearlessness and kindness);
509) Chatura (Versatile);
510) Kama ( Epitome of Love);
511) Kamini (darling of Shri Krishna);
512) Harimohini (adored by Bhagavan);
513) Lalitha (Most gorgeous);
514) Madhura (sweet and  rapturous);
515) Maadhwi ( ecstatic);
516) Kishori (Lastingly youthful);
517) Kanaka Prabha ( lustrous like gold);
518) Jita Chandra (wins over Moon God in pleasantness);
519) Jita mriga ( wobbly-eyed surpassing that of a deer);
520) Jita Simha (of a waist that puts a lion to shame);
521) Jita dwipa ( of the leisurely and relaxed walk Radha which disgraces that of an elephant);
 522) Jita Rambha    ( of better perfection than of Rambha in terms of physical features and voluptuousness);
523) Jita pika ( of such squashy and soft voice that humiliates that of a cuckoo);
524) Govinda hridayodbhava (Manifested from the heart of Govinda);
525) Jita vimba ( the redness of her lips is far superior to that of Vimba fruit);
526) Jita Shuka (The nose of a parrot is put to awkwardness compared to that of Radha’s);
527) Jita Padma (Even Devi Lakshmi is put to embarrassment as compared to the unique elegance of Devi Radha’s);
528) Kumarika (Ever Youthful);
529) Shri Krishnaakarshana (Radha had that magnetic charm that readily vanquished Shri Krishna);
 530) Devi (Divya Swarupa / of Celestial Form);
531) Nitya yugma Swarupini (She has an everlasting double personality of Radha and Krishna);
532) Nityam Viharini ( Playfully wild and non-stop);
533) Kanta (The most beloved favourite of Nandana Vana);
534) Rasika (Sips the juice of love);
535) Krishna Vallabha (the darling of Krishna);
536) Aamodini (Readily adored  by Krishna);
537) Modavati ( The symbol of  enchantment);
538) Nandanadana bhushitha (Ornamented by Krishna with sixteen Shringaras viz. embriodered dress, flowers, kajal or Eyetex, ‘bindi’ or decorative red-spot on forehead, ‘Maantika’ or ornament on head- hair central parting, nose ring, ear rings, necklaces, armlets, designed ‘mehendi’ on hands and feet, bangles / bracelets, eight hand finger rings, waist band, anklets, fragrances and ‘Sindoor’);
539) Divyaabara (wearer of Divya Vastra or Celestial Dress);
540) Divya haara (She who wears divinely garlands / necklaces);
541) Muktaamani vibhushita (ornamented with pearl necklace);
542) Kunji priya (fond of the shrubs of Bridavana gardens);
543) Kunja vaasa ( likes to live in the  big shrubs);
544) Kunjanayaka nayika (The heroine of Krishna kunjas);
545) Charurupa ( the most attractive form of Radha);
546) Charu vaktra (the most charming face);
547) Charu Hemangada (Beautiful golden armlets);
548) Shubha ( The most propitious);
549 (Shri Krishna Venu Sangeeta (The famed flute music of Shri Krishna);
550) Murali harini  ( Robbed of his flute for fun);
551) Shiva (The auspicious);
552) Bhadra ( the fortunate);
553) Bhagavati (The symbol of Purity);
554) Shanta (The essence of Peace);
555) Kumuda (The all pervasive Form of Happiness);
556) Sundari (The Prettiest);
557) Priya (The beloved of Krishna);
558) Krishnakreeda (She who is playful with Krishna);
559) Krishna rathih ( intensely unified in love with Krishna);
560) Shri Krishna sahacharini (Krishna’s close companion moving about with him always);
561) Vamshivata priya sthaana (Vamshi vata as their amorous spot);
562) Yugmayugma swarupini (Duel-personality of Radha and Krishna );
563) Bhandira Vaasini ( Stays in Bhandira Vana);
564) Shubhra ( Fair-coloured);
565) Gopinaadha priya ( The beloved of Gopikas);
566) Sakhi (The close pal of Shri Krishna);
567) Shruti nihshwasitah (Manifested by the exhaling of Vedas);
568) Divya (Of Celestial Form);
569) Govindarasa dayani (She provides sweet juice of love to Govinda);
570) Shri Krishna praarthani (desirous of Shri Krishna alone);
571) Ishana (Ishwari);
572) Mahananda -pradayani (bestower of great bliss);
573) Vaikuntha jana samsevya ( worthy of worship by the residents of Vaikuntha);
574) Koti Lakshmi sukhavaha (Provider of such happiness as would exceed that of crores of Lakshmis);
575) Koti kandarpa lavanya ( loveliness comparable to crores of Manmadhas);
576) Ratikoti rati prada (provider of such delight as from crores of Rati Devis;
577) Bhaktigrahna (attainable only by high devotion);
578) Bhakti Rupa ( personification of devotion);
579)Lavanya sarasi ( Lake-like of charisma);
580) Uma (Yoga Maya);
581) Brahma Rudraadi samradhya (worshipped by Brahma and Rudra);
582) Nityam koutulahaanvita ( with persistent desire to learn);
583) Nitya leela (Always playful);
584) Nitya kama ( anxious to unite with Krishna);
585) Nitya shringara bhushita ( constantly amorous);
586) Nitya vridavana rasa (continuously fond of the joy of Vrindavana);
587) Nitya Nandanandana Samyukta (craves for the company of Krishna always);
588) Gopika-mandali yukta (surrounded by the circles of Gopikas);
589) Nitya Gopala sangatha ( Ready to keep the company of Gopala);
590) Gorasa kshepini ( The sprayer of Gorasa);
591) Shura ( embodied with great bravery);
592) Saananda (full of cheerfulness);
593) Anandadayani (Provider of joy);
594) Maha leela prakrushta (worthy of the great romantic adventures);
595) Naagari (Highly cultured);
596) Nagacharini (freely roams over Govardhana Mountain);
597) Nityamaghurnita (in search of Krishna always);
598) Purna (Complete with excellent features);
599) Kasturi tilakaanvita (Adorned by ‘kasturi tilaka’ on her forehead);
600) Padma (Lakshmi Swarupa);
601) Shyama (The alluring);
602) Mrigakshi  ( with fluid eyes as of a deer);
603) Siddha Swarupa ( The Profile of Stability);
604)Rasaavaha (Full of Krishna’s juice of love);
605) Kotichandraanana ( Her face as appealing and shiny as crores of Moons);
606) Gauri (white and radiant);
607) Kotikokila suswara (Has the sweet voice of crores of ‘Koels’);
608) Sheela soundarya nilaya ( of outstanding beauty and character);
609) Nanda nandana laalita ( receives enormous attention from Shri Krishna);
610) Ashoka vana samvasi (The illustrious resident of Ashokvana);
611) Bhandivana sangatha (accessible at Bhandi vana);
612) Kalpadruma talaa vishta (Seated under the cool shade of Kalpa tree);
613) Krishna ( Krishna Swarupa);
614) Vishwa ( Vishwa Swarupa);
615) Haripriya (Lover of Hari);
616) Ajaagamya (Unreachable even to Brahma);
617) Bhavaagamya (inaccessible even to Bhava);
618) Govadhanakritalaya (Resident of Govardhana Mountain);
619) Yamuna teera nilaya ( stays on at the banks of River Yamuna );
620) Shashvat Govinda japshini (Endlessly chanting the name of Govida);
621) Shaswata -maanavati (Eternally respectful);
622) Snigdha (Snehamayi);
623) Shri Krishna parivandita (esteemed by Shri Krishna);
624) Krishna stuta (As eulogised by Krishna);
625) Krishna vrataa (Krishna-centric);
626 ) Shri Krishna hridayalaya ( Resident of Krishna’s heart);
627) Devadruma phala (Fulfiller of all desires like Kalpa Vriksha);
628) Sevya (worthy of worship)
629) Vrindavana Rasaalaya (Immersed in the juice of Vrindavana)
630 )Koti tirtha mayi (Of Koti Tirtha Swarupa );
631) Satya ( Satya Swarupa);
632) Koti Tirtha Phala prada (Provider of the fruits of Koti Teertha);
633) Koti yoga sudushpraapya (Unattainable by koti yogasadhanas);
634) Koti Yagna -duraashraya ( not possible to access even by koti yagnas)  ;
635) Manasa ( The famed ‘Manasa’);
636) Shashilekha ( Chandra kala in the form of Shri Krishna);
637) Shri koti subhaga ( As propitious as crores of Lakshmi);
638) Anagha (Devoid of sins);
639) Koti mukta sukha (As happy as possessing crores of Muktatmaas);
640) Sowmya ( of extremely pleasant nature);
641) Lakshmi koti vilasini (As jovial as crores of Lakshmis);
642) Tilottama (Extremely attractive since she sports a sesame-seed like ‘bindu’on her forehead);
 643) Trikaalastha (She exists in the past, present and future);
644) Trikalajna (She has the knowledge of the three tenses);
645) Adhishtari ( The ‘Swamini’or the Leader);
646) Trivedajna (Proficient in the Three Vedas);
647) Tri lokajna (She is fully conversant with the happenings in all the Three Lokas);
648) Tureeyanta nivaasini (She exists in ‘Jagriti’or fully conscious, ‘Swapna’ or dreams as well as blissful states);
649) Durgaaraadhya (worshipped by Devi Durga);
650) Ramaaraadhya (Worshipped by Lakshmi);
651) Vishwaaraadhya ( worshipped by the entire Universe);
652) Chidaatmika ( Chetana Swarupa);
653) Devaraadhya (worshipped by Devas);
654) Paraaraadhya ( The Supreme Parama Devi );
655) Brahmaaraadhya ( worshipped by Brahma );
656) Paramaatmika (Paramaatma Swarupa);
657) Shivaaraadhya (worthy of worship by Bhagavan Shiva);
658) Premaaraadhya ( worthy of achievement through love and dedication);
659) Bhaktaadaadhya  ( Devi attainable by bhakti / devotion);
660) Rasatmika (Rasa Swarupa);
661) Krishna -praanaarpani (Dedicated her life to Krishna);
662) Bhama (The Ideal);
663) Shuddha prema vilasini  ( manifested by pure and spiritual love);
664) Krishnaaraadhya (She is the Araadhya Devi);
665) Bhakti Saadhyaa ( Bhakti alone could accomplish her);
666) Bhakta brinda nishevita (worshipped by groups of devotees);
667) Vishvaadhara ( The Great support of the Universe);
668) Kripadhara (The sustainer of kindness);
669) Jeevaadhara (The prop to all Beings);
670) Ati nayika ( The Supreme of Nayikas / Leaders );
671) Shuddha Premamayi (The pristine form of Love/ adoration);
672) Lazza ( Modesty / humility);
673) Nitya Siddha   ( Swayam Siddha wiithout effort);
674) Shiromani (The topmost);
675) Divya Rupa (of the Celestial Profile);
676) Divya bhoga ( Celestial pleasures);
677) Divya Vesha ( of Celestial costumes);
678) Mudaanvita       ( blissful);
679) Divyangana vrinda saaraa (The essence of all celestial women groups);
680) Nitya nutana youvana (of fresh and innovative youth);
681) Parabrahmaavrita  (Encircled by Parabrahma Tatwa);
682) Dhyeya (Highly worthy of meditation);
683) Maha Rupa ( of the Highest Form);
684) Mahojjwala ( The pinnacle form of Radiance);
685) Koti Surya Prabha     ( The dazzle of crores of Surya Devas);
686) Kotichandra bimbadhika chhavi  (The reflecion of crores of Chandra bimbas);
687) Komalamrita vaak     ( of Her sweet and soft-natured talk);
688) Aadya ( The Adi Devi);
689) Vedaadya ( of the Originating Swarupa of Vedas);
690) Veda durlabha (Beyond the reach of Vedas);
691) Krishnaasakta ( Delighted in Krishna Tatwa);
692) Krishna Bhakta (Those devotees replete with Krishna’s consciousness)
693) Chandraavali nishevita (worshipped by her companion named Chandraavali);
694) Kala shodasa sampurna (Complete with Sixteen ‘Kalas’) [The Sixteen ‘Kalas’are ruled by Nitya Devis viz. Tripura Sundari, Kameswari, Bhagamalini, Nitya Klinnaa, Bherunda, Vahnivaasini, Maha Vajreshwari, Roudri, Twarita, Kula Sundari, Nitya, Neela Pataaka, Vijaya., Swarna Mangala, Jwalaa Malini, and Chhidrupa];
695) Krshna dehaadra dhaarini (She occupies half of His Physique);
696) Krishna buddhi (She dedicated her complete mental faculties);
697) Krishna saara ( She gave away her enirety);
698) Krishna rupa viharini (She moves about with Krishna’s totality);
699) Krishna kantaa (The topmost beloved of Krishna);
700) Krishna dhanaa (She has the conviction of Krishna’s belonging his complete prosperity including physical, mental and spirtual resources);
701) Krishnamohana kaarini (Allures Kishna with her limitless love);
702) Krishnaa dhrishti (concentrated vision on Krishna );
703) Krishna gotra (has Krishna’s gothra itself);
704) Krishna Devi (Krishna’s target of worship);
705) Kuloduha (The best of the Kula);
706) Sarvabhuta sthitaatma ( The Super Soul spread all over the Beings);
707) Sarvaloka namaskruta ( venerated by all lokas);
708) Krishna daatri ( makes possible to all deserving devotees to attain Krishna);
709) Premadhaatri (helps produce devotion among various persons on Krishna);
710) Swarna gaatri (of golden physique);
711) Manorama (Gives joy to Krishna);
712) Naga dhaatri (She creates the Devatas in charge of mountains;
713) Yashodaatri (Provider of name and fame);
714) Maha Devi (The highest Goddess);
715) Shubhankari (bestower of propitiousness);
716) Shri Sesha Deva Janani ( The Creator of Lakshmi, Sesha Nag and Devatas);
717) Avataaranagana prasuh (The Creator of Incarnations);
718) Utpalangka( wears the sign of blue lotus on her hands and feet);
719) Aravindaanga (Has the Symbol of Lotus);
720) Praasaadangka (Has the icon of a Temple);
721) Adviteeyaka (None like her in Creation);
722) Rathaangaa (Has temple as her pictogram);
723) Kunchanjaanga (has the symptom of Elephant )
724) Kundalaangka pada stitha ( on her feet the indication is a kundali);
725) Chhatraanga (umbrella as her logo);
726) Vidyudanga ( diamond as the emblem);
727) Pushpamaalaangkita (a flower garland as her representation);
728) Dandaagka (‘Dhanda’ or the sacred stick as her insignia);
729) Mukutanga (headgear as her crest);
730) Purna Chandra (glowing like a full moon);
731) Shukaangkita ( paarrot like her signage);
732) Krishnaahaara paaka (she is engaged in the kitchen as though Krishna is arriving for his food);
733) Vrindaakunja vihaarini (moves about freely in Vrindavani gardens);
734) Krishna prabodhanakati (She wakes up Krishna from sleep);
735) Krishna sesha bhojanakari (She loves to eat the left-over of Krishna’s food as ‘Prasada);
736) Padmakesara madhya -sthaa) (She is seated in the midst of the filaments of lotus flower);
737) Sangeeta agama vedini ( versatile in the Sangeeta Shastra);
738) Koti kalpaanta bhu bhringa ( terminates crores of ‘Kalpas’ by her mere eye-brow frowns);
739) Apraapta Pralaya (Never affected by ‘Pralayas’);
740) Achyuta (undiminishable);
741) Sarva Satva nidhi ( embodiment of Satva Guna);
742) Padma shankhaadi nidhi sevita ( worshipped by the everlasting funds of Lotuses, conchshells etc.); Animaadi gunaishwarya ( Replete with Siddhis like ‘Anima’)[ well-known Ashta Siddhis are : Anima (reduction of body size to an atom);  Mahima ( expansion of size to infinity); Garima   ( turning body heavy to any weight); Laghima (turning body weightless); Praapti (gaining access anywhere); Praakaamya (realisation of  desires); Inaavaa ( securing complete command) and Vaseetwa (gaining control of person / thing)]
743) Deva brinda vimohini ( capacity to control Deva groups);
745) Sarvaanandaprada (Provider of happiness to one and all);
746) Sarvaa (Sarva Swarupa);
747) Suvarna latikaakritih (she has the form of a lean golden creeper);
748) Krishnaabhisaara sanketa (Krishna waiting to meet her at a designated spot );
749) Malini (decorated with a flower garland);
750) Nritya pandita (Connoisseur of dance);
751) Gopisindhu sakaashaapya    ( Krishna attainable among the groups of Gopikas);
752) Gopa mandapa shobhini ( Lights up the platform of Vrisha bhanu Gopa by her presence);
753) Shri Krishna preetida ( she bestows Krishna’s love to others);
754) Bheeta ( she is terrified of loneliness by Krishna’s absence);
755) Pratyanga pulakaa -schita (Her each body limb is overjoyed with his presence);
756) Shri Krishnaalingana rataa  (She yearns for Shri Krishna’s embraces);
757) Govinda virahaakshamaa ( His separation is unbearable for her);
758) Anantaguna sampanna  ( Possessive of endless Gunas / features);
759) Krishna kirtana laalasaa ( infatuated with lyrics about Krishna);
760) Bijatrayamayi -murti ( She is the Swarupa of the Bija / seed Mantras viz. Shreem, Hreem and Kleem);
761) Krishnaanugraha vaanchhini (She longs for Krishna’s kindness);
762) Vimalaadi nishevya    (Radha is worshipped by her companions like Vimala and Utkarshini);
763) Lalitaardyarchita (She is worshipped by Devi Lalita and other friends);
764) Sati ( Highly virtuous and noble Devi);
765) Padma vrinda sthita (She is present among groups of Lotuses);
766) Hrishta  ( She is ever joyous);
767) Tripuraa pari sevitaa ( She is adulated by Tripura Devi);
768) Brindaavatya -archita ( She is venerated by Brindaavati);
769) Shraddha ( She is the personification of fortitude);
770) Durjaya (She is beyond Intellect);
771) Bhakta Vallabha (She is the beloved of devotees);
772) Durlabha ( Diffcult of achievement);
773) Sandra soukhyaatma ( Solid Form of Comfort and contentent);
774) Shreyo hetuh ( The cause of happiness);
775) Subhogada (The provider of auspiciousness);
776) Saaranga (Like the thirsty bird ‘Chaataki’, Radha too thirsty of love for Krishna );
777) Sharada (Sarasvati Swarupa);
778) Bodha (Full of ‘Jnaana’);

779) Sadbridavana chaarini ( moves about all over the Sacred Brindavana);
780) Brahma -anandaa ( of the pious Form of Brahmaananda);
781) Chidaananda (Chidaa -nanda mayi);
782) Dhyaanaananda (Engaged in the joyful meditation of Krishna);
783) Artha maatrika ( of the Form of Arthamaatrikaas);
784) Gandharvaa (Expert in Gaandharva Vidya);
785) Suratajna (Proficient in Surata kalaas);
786) Govinda praana sangamaa ( as though both Govinda and Radha have the same life);
787) Krishnaanga bhushanaa (She ornaments the body of Krishna );
788) Rathna bhushana ( She decorates her body with jewels);
789) Swarna bhushita (wears exquisite gold jewellery);
790) Shri Krishna hridayaa vaasaa (She stays in the temple heart of Shri Krishna);
791) Muktaakanaka naasika ( puts on pearl-gold nose-screws);
792) Sadratna kankanaayuta (has superb gold jewellery bangles on her hands);
793) Shrimaaneela giristha ( delighted to stay on Neela Giri);
794) Swarna nupura sampanna ( garnished her feet with golden anklets);
795) Swarna  kinkini mandita ( embellished ‘Karadhanis’ or handwear full of gold);
796) Asesha raasa kutuka (most anxious and restless to play ‘raasa’ with Krishna);
797) Rabhoruh ( has plantain tree like thighs);
798) Tanu madhyama (of thin waist);
799) Parakritih (holds unique body-profile);
800) Paraananda( has supreme figure of bliss);
801) Paraswarga vihaarini (She has great mobility to visit worlds like Goloka on tours);
802) Prasuna kabari (adorns hair bun with flower garlands);
803) Chitra (beautifies in various ways);
804) Maha Sundara Sundari (The most outstanding beauty among beauties);
805) Kaishora vayasa ( the ever teen-aged);
806)Bala ( Child-like, yet, mature);
807) Pramadaakula shekhara (The most charming of the dynasty);
808) Krishnaadharaa sudhaawaada ( The taster of the nectar of Krishna’s lips);
809) Shyama prema vinodini (the ardently romantic love-partner of Krishna );
810) Shikhi pincha lasat chuda ( dressed with peacock feathers on her hair-dress);
811) Swarna champaka bhushita ( adorned her with golden champa flower);
812) Kumkumaalakta kasturi mandita  ( excels with the shine of  red Kasturi and saffron);
813 ) Aparaajita (invincible);
814 ) Hema haaraanvita (decorated with golden necklace);
815) Pushpa haaraadhya ( beautified with fragrant flower garlands);
816) Rasavati (full of the juice of love);
817) Maadhurya madhura (the sweetest due to the sweets);
818) Padma (famed by the name of Padma);
819) Padma -hasta ( wears a lotus by her hand);
820) Suvishruta ( popular and admired);
821)Bhru bhangaa bhanga kodanda kataaksha rasa shara sandhini  (She applies kindness on the arrows of prayers to Krishna as released by the bowlike movements of frowns and defrowns of her eye-brows);
822) Seshadeva shirahstha (She manifests as Devi Prithvi on the hoods of Sesha Deva);
823) Nitya sthala vihaarini (Constantly visits the usual Places of her tours);
824) Kaarunya jala madhyastha ( Seated in the midst of waters of kindness);
825) Nityamattha (ever intoxicated with the love of Krishna);
826) Adhirohini (She is the means of achieving heights to salvation);
827) Ahshta bhashavati (Expert in Eight languages);
828) Ashta Nayikas (The eight companions of Radha stated to be Swaadheena Bhatrika, Khanditha, Abhsaarika, Vipra labdha, Kalahantaritha, Vasaksajja, Proshtith Bhatrika, and Virahol-khanditha);
829) Lakshanaanvita (Possessive of the righteous features);
830) Suneethijna (The byword of high morals);
831) Shrutijna (The personification of ‘Shrutis’ or Vedas);
832) Sarvajna (The Omniscient);
833) Duhkhahaarini (The destroyer of sorrows);
834)Rajoguneswari (Embodiment of Rajoguna);
835) Saracchandra nibhaanana (She is likened to the attractive visage of the Moon in Sharat month of autumn season/Sept-Nov);
836) Ketaki kusumaabhaasan ( bright like the Kataki flower);
837) Sadaa Sindhu vanasthita  (She moves about in Sindhu garden always);
838) Hemapushpaadhika karaa ( Has the graceful hands far superior to golden flowers);
839) Pancha Shakti mayi( Replete with the mystic powers of Pancha Shaktis responsible for Creation, Sustenance, Dissolution , Concealment and Bestowment);
840) Hita ( The Provider of Counsel and Guidance);
841) Stanakumbhi (The high-chested);
842) Naraadhya (Ever-Present with Purushottama);
843) Kshinaapunya   ( Sinless);
844) Yashasvini ( Abounding with reputation);
845) Vairaaja Surya janani ( Mother of the most radiant Sun God who lights up the entire Universe);
846) Shreesha (The Life-Partner Lakshmi);
847) Bhuvana Mohini (The hypnotizer of the Three Worlds);
848) Maha Shobha (The quint-essence of brilliance);
849) Maha Maya (The Great Illusion);
850) Maha Kanti (The Supreme Radiance);
851) Maha Smritih (The epitome of Memory Power);
852) Maha Moha ( The Great Enchantress);
853) Maha Vidya ( The Highest knowledge of attaining Krishna);
854) Maha Kirthi ( The all-pervading fame);
855) Maha Rati (The personification of yearning);
856) Maha Dhairya (Unparalelled Courage);
857) Maha Veerya (The Most Valiant);
858) Maha Shakti (The Mightiest Power);
859) Maha Dyutih (The most lustrous);
860) Maha Gauri (The Fairest in Complexion);
861) Maha Sampat (Unimaginably wealthist);
862) Maha Bhogavilasini (The Ultimate in extravagance);
863) Samaya (The most opportune and well-timed);
864) Bhaktida (The bestower of Bhakti);
865) Ashoka ( Totally devoid of angst);
866) Vatsalyarasa dayini ( The enormous source of encouragement and support);
867) Suhruda bhakti prada ( Pro-active provider of  Bhakti to the virtue-minded);
868) Swachha            ( The most translucent );
869) Madhurya rasa varshini (The downpour of sweet charm);
870) Bhaava Bhakti prada (The motivator of Bhaava Bhakti or the abstract notion of devotion suggestive of ‘Eko Paramatma’or the Unique Destination);
871) Shuddha Prema Bhakti vidhayani (Stimulator of Pure Bhakti, unsullied by worldly desires);
872) Gopa Rama (The Entertainer of Gopas);
873) Abhirama ( The depository of Beauty and Grace);
874) Kreedaarama ( engrossed in idyllic games);
875) Parameswari (The Supreme Energy);
876) Nitya Rama (The Permanent);
877) Atmaa Rama  (The Soulful of Engrossement);
878) Krishnaaraama (total consciouness and involvement in Krishna);
879) Rameshwari (The Alternate Manifestation of Lakshmi);
880) Eakaaneka jagat vyaapta ( The Unique and Singular but discernible in multitude Forms);
881) Vishwa leelaa prakaashini (perceptible in universal illusions);
882) Saraswateesha (The superior Form of Devi Saraswati;
883) Durgesha (Another embodiment of Devi Durga),
884) Jagadisha (An alternative materialization of the Universe);
885) Jagadvidhih (The Architect of the World); 
886) Vishnu vamsha nivaasa (Resident of Vishnuvamsha);
887) Vishnu vamsha samudbhava (born of Vishnuvamsha);
888) Vishnu Vamshastuta (She was complemented by the co-members of the Vishnuvamsha);
889) Kartri (equipped with the Power of independent mastery of actions);
890) Sadaa Vishnu vamshaavani ( Engaged in the security of Vishnu vamsha always);
891) Aaraamastha (Happy in resting in the Gardens);
892) Vanastha (Residing in Brindavana);
893) Suryaputryavagaahini (Delighted in bathing Yamuna, the daughter of Surya Deva);
894) Preethistha (Ever-evident in the Form of adoration);
895) Nitya yantrastha ( set up in the Outline of ‘Yantra’);
896) Golokastha (Exists in Goloka);
897) Vibhutida (Provider of affluence);
898) Swaanubhutistha ( She is maretialised in her own experiences);
899) Avyakta ( Invisible);
900) Sarvaloka nivasini (She is spread all over the Worlds);
901) Amrita (Eternal);
902) Adbhuta (mysterious/ Illusory);
(903) Shrimanaarayana samirita ( She is eulogised by Narayana and Lakshmi)
904) Akshara (The Everlasting);
905) Kutastha  ( Orientation of Paramatma);
906) Maha Purushasambhava (She presents to Rishis in myriad forms);
907) Aoudaarya bhava saadhya ( achieved by her sympathetic devotion );
908) Sthula sukshmaati rupini (irrespective of  huge or atomic dimensions but lasting spiritual delight);
909) Sirisha pushpa mridula (softest and most delicate like a sirisha flower);
910) Gangeya mukura prabha (transparent like River Ganga or of a mirror);
911) Neelotpalajithaakshi ( her beautiful eyes decorated with eye-tex excel far better than the glow of Neelkamal);
912) Sadrathna kabaraanvita (her hair tresses ornamented by gems);
913) Prema paryanka nilaya ( she rests comfortably on the bed of love);
914) Tejo-mandala madhyagaa (she is in the center of a brilliant circle of dazzle);
915 ) Krishaanga gopanaabhedaa (She seeks to hide the physique of Krishna by sporting several Rupas);
916) Leelaavarana nayika (She plays the principal role in assuming playful acts of mischief);
917) Sudhaasindhu samullaasa (she whips and whisks the milk-like ocean of love with unlimited excitement and exuberance);
918) Amrita syanda vidhayani (sprays showers of  Nectar on Krishna );
919) Krishnachitta (dedicates her full consciousness to Paramatma);
920) Raasa chitta (concentrates whole-heartedly in the Raasa dance for the delight of Krishna);
921) Prema chitta (focusses her full attention on her love for Krishna);
922) Haripriya (the most beloved of Hari);
923) Achintana guna graamaa (possesses the  distressless features of Achyuta);
924) Krishna leela (the repository of Krishna’s playful activities);
925) Malaaapaha ( cleanses the dirt of mind and sinful attitudes)
926) Raasa sindhu shashanka (Krishna Raasa like the ocean with shimmering form of full-moon);
927) Raasamandala mandini (She is the cynosure of Raasa leelas);
928) Natavrataa (the store house of courtesy);
929) Srihareechha sumurthi (represents Krishna’s wish-list);
930) Suravandita (worshipped by Devas);
931) Gopichudamani (the head-worn ornament of all Gopikas;
932) Gopi ganedhya (extolled by Gopika groups);
933) Virajaadhika (held in higher esteem than by Goloka Shakti  called Viraja);
934) Gopapreshtha (the darling of Krishna);
935) Gopakanya (daughter of Vrishabhanu Gopa);
936) Gopanaari (The Gopa maid);
937) Sugopika (the ideal Gopika);
938) Gopadhaama (The happy resident of Goloka);
939) Sudaamaaba (treats Sudaama as her mother);
940) Gopaali (Gopi);
941) Gopa mohini (intoxicated with Krishna’s love);
942) Gopabhusha (Gopala considered as her nicest ornament);
943) Krishna bhusha  (she is the adorner of Krishna’s ornaments);
944) Shri brindavana chandrika (Krishna,the Full Moon of Brindavana);
945) Veenaadighoshanirata (engrossed in playing ‘veena’ and  other musical instruments);
946) Raasotsava vikaasini (Brightens the Festival of Raasaas);
947) Krishnacheshta (She enjoys imitating Krishna’s playful roles);
948) Aparijnaata ( not possible to recognise others easily);
949) Koti kandarpa mohini (capable of enchanting koti Kamadevas);
950) Shri Krishna guna gaanaadyah (engrossed in singing lyrics in praise of Krisha);
951) Devasundari mohini ( Her beauty attracts all Deva Sundaris);
952) Krishna -chandra manognaa (She is fully conversant with the feelings of Krishna);
953) Krishnadeva Sahodari (Born to Devi Yashoda asYoga Maya);
954) Krishnaabhilaashini (highly desirous of meeting Krishna);
955) Krishna premaanugraha vaanchhini (ever-eager to crave for Krihna’s love and kindness);
956) Kshema (The Form of high security);
957) Mathuraalaapa (seeks to exchange sweet dialogues with Krishna );
958) Bhruvomaya (makes expressions of eyebrows);
959) Subhadrika ( of highly propitious Form);
960) Prakritih ( She represents the soothing powers of Krishna);
961) Paramaananda (of the Form of Supreme Happiness);
962) Neepadrumatalasthita (She likes to stand under a Kadamba tree);
963) Kripaakataaksha (Expressive of mercy to her devotees through her benign looks);
964) Vimbeshti (Her red lips are likened to Vimba fruit);
965) Rambha (called as Rambha since generally indicative of beauty, but far prettier otherwise);
966) Charu nitambini (charmingly buttocked);
967) Smarakelinidhana (The storehouse of Love escapades);
968) Gandatatanka mandita (cheeks ornamented by ear-rings);
969) Hemadri kantiruchira (Magnificent Radha Devi comparable to the golden mountain of Meru emitting  rays of lustre);
970) Premaadhya (full up with Love);
971) Madamanthara (Slow-stepped due to excessive passion);
972) Krishna Chinta (Conscious of Krishna);
973) Prema -chinta  ( Krishna’s charisma);
974) Ratichinta (obsessed with Krishna rati);
975) Krishnada (fulfiller of Krishna prapti);
976) Raasa chitta (possessed with Raasa);
977) bhava chitta  (alongwith Prema bhava;
978) Shuddha chitta (Pure hearted);
979) Maha Rasa ( climaxed Raas);
980) Krishnadrishti thriti yuga (unable to bear a second equalling a Yuga);
981) Drishti pakshma vinindini (controlling sleepless seconds of aching eyes awaiting Krishna);
982) Kandarpa janani (Radha the mother of Manmadha);
983) Mukhya (The Chief);
984) Vaikuntha -gatidayani (Provider of Mukti);
985) Raas bhava (manifested by Raasa);
986) Priyaaslishta (Embraced by Krishna);
987) Preshtha (Krishna’s darling);
988) Prathama nayika (Prime Lover)
989) Shuddhaashuddha Swarupa;
990) Sudhadehini (Like a mother);
991) Shri Rama (As gorgeous as Lakshmi);
992) Rasamanjari;
993) Suprabhava (Well-featured);
994) Shubhaachaara (Noble tradition);
995) Swarnadi Narmadaambika (Mother of Ganga and Narmad);
996) Gomatichandrabhaagedhya (Praised by Gomati and Chandrabhaga )
997) Sarayu Tamraparni suh (She presents Sarayu and Tamraparni Rivers);
998) Nishkalanaka charitra (blemishless);
999) Nirguna (Featureless) and
1000) Niranjana (Nirmala Swarupa)

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