Camunda

Hindu - A three-eyed goddess, a form of Durga. One of the astamataras. One of the saptamataras. She was opposed by the demon Paisunya and killed the demons Camda and Munda. She is depicted as standing on an owl, a lion and a corpse wearing the skin of an elephant. In some lore, occasionally called Camunda, Chamunda, Chamunda, Durga, Durga, Durga, Agni- Durga, Aparajita, Arya, Aticanadika, Bhadrakali, Candanayika, Candarupa, Candavati, Candogra, Chinnamasta(ka), Dasha-Bhuja, Devi, Durgha, Kali, Kapalini, Karali, Kaushita, Kirati, K(a)umari, Mahadevi, Mahamari, Mahisha-Mardini, Pinga, Pracanda, Pramuni, Raktadanti, Rudra(carcika), Rudrani, Shakti, Shas(h)t(h)i, Simha-Rathi, Simha-Vahini, Ugracangika, Uma, Yogini, Java Ambu Dewi, Pacific Islands Batari, Yami, Yami, Krsodari or Krsodari.

Nearby Myths