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Narmada, `---'.

[to Whom the seventeenth day of March, day 076, is dedicated]

Geography/Culture: Hindustani.

Description: A Nagi Goddess of the sacred river Narmada, the mere sight of Whose waters will absolve a man of all sin; She Who has the gift of annulling the effects of snake venom in those who invoke Her with the mantra: "Salutation in the morning and at night to thee, O Narmada! Defend me from the serpent's poison." See also the Goddess Anthology under Narmada.

To whom are sacred: stones, eroded by Her waters to the shape of a linga; white stones (found in Her waters - Siva is represented by them).

Male associates: son, Trasadasyu by Purukutsa.

Titles, Variants, etc.

Source: HDH/206.

worked on: August 14, 1990; August 3, 1991.
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