GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Hind. Myth.) The divine energy, personified as the wife of a deity (Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, etc.); the female principle.
- n. the female or generative principle; wife of Siva and a benevolent form of Devi
“knowledge, strength, and action' no less than 'sakti'; and your explanation would necessitate so-called implication (lakshanâ).”
“Eight figures are identified as ashta sakti, or female energies of the gods.”
“A standing sakti goddess who is known as one of the “eight powers of Durga.””
“Sri Sinha-sinha — This lion-headed goddess, with the lion headed-man on her pedestal, is probably intended forNarasinha, the sakti or female energy of theNarasinha avatara.”
“Sri Ahkhala — On the pedestal two men with folded hands worship this seated sakti goddess.”
“Sri Iswari — This seated yogini represents sakti, or female energy, either Durga or Lakshmi.”
“Sri Vaishnavi is the name of the sakti, or personified energy of Vishnu.”
“Târâ, the sakti of the deliverer of the world, the fourth Dhyâni Buddha,”
“And if they say that it is only the power (sakti), not Brahman itself, which undergoes a change; this also is of no avail since Brahman and its power are non-different.”
“Vishnu, possesses two forms, called powers (sakti), viz. a denned one (mûrta) and an undefined one (amûrta); and then teaches that a portion of the”
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