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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,
Devanagariपार्वती
Sanskrit transleeterationPārvatī
AffiliationTridevi, Adi Parashakti, Shakti, Devi, Kali, Durga, Tripura Sundari
AbodeMoont Kailash
MoontTeeger, Lion an Nandi
Personal Information
ConsortShiva
ChilderGanesha
Kartikeya
Ashokasundari
ParentsHimavan
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