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Parvati
Mither Goddess,[1] Goddess with Creative Power[2]
WLA lacma Hindu Goddess Parvati Orissa.jpg
A 12t century sculpture o Parvati,
Devanagari पार्वती
Sanskrit transleeteration Pārvatī
Affiliation Tridevi, Adi Parashakti, Shakti, Devi, Kali, Durga, Tripura Sundari
Abode Moont Kailash
Moont Teeger, Lion an Nandi
Personal Information
Consort Shiva
Childer Ganesha
Kartikeya
Ashokasundari
Parents Himavan
Menā (Maināvati)[3][4]

Parvati (IAST: Pārvatī) or Uma (IAST: Umā) is the Hindu goddess o growthiness, luve an devotion; as well as o divine strenth an pouer.[5][6][7]

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  1. James D. Holt (2014). Religious Education in the Secondary School: An Introduction to Teaching, Learning and the World Religions. Routledge. p. 180. ISBN 978-1-317-69874-6. 
  2. David Kinsley (19 July 1988). Hindu Goddesses: Visions of the Divine Feminine in the Hindu Religious Tradition. University of California Press. pp. 49–50. ISBN 978-0-520-90883-3. 
  3. C. Mackenzie Brown (1990). The Triumph of the Goddess: The Canonical Models and Theological Visions of the Devi-Bhagavata Purana. SUNY Press. 
  4. Sita Narasimhan (2006). Śaivism Under the Imperial Cōl̲as as Revealed Through Their Monuments. p. 100. ISBN 9788188934324. 
  5. H.V. Dehejia, Parvati: Goddess of Love, Mapin, ISBN 978-8185822594
  6. James Hendershot, Penance, Trafford, ISBN 978-1490716749, pp 78
  7. Suresh Chandra (1998), Encyclopaedia of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, ISBN 978-8176250399, pp 245-246