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Pārvatī


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In Hindu mythology, a benevolent goddess, wife of Shiva, mother of Ganesha and Skanda, often identified in her malevolent aspect with Durga and Kali. The name comes from Sanskrit Pārvatī, literally ‘daughter of the mountain’.

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