Definition of Parvati in English:

Parvati

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɑːvəti
 
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Hinduism
A benevolent goddess, wife of Shiva, mother of Ganesha and Skanda, often identified in her malevolent aspect with Durga and Kali.

Origin

from Sanskrit Pārvatī, literally 'daughter of the mountain'.

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