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Pārvatī

[ pahr-vuh-tee ]
/ ˈpɑr və ti /
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noun Hinduism.
the wife of Shiva and the benevolent form of the Mother Goddess.
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British Dictionary definitions for Pārvatī

Parvati
/ (ˈpʌrvətɪ) /

noun
Hinduism goddess consort of the god Siva, associated with mountains

Word Origin for Parvati

from Sanskrit: the mountain-dwelling one
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