108 Names of Lord Krishna: Lord Krishna Names In English

Practically every religious text contains references to the potencies of God’s names in some capacity.

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Sanatan Dharma Vedic literatures presents Lord Krishna as the all-encompassing Supreme Being, The supreme incarnation of Lord Vishnu and the Lord Himself has been compared to His many titles. Stated differently, 108 names of Lord Krishna are equally potent as those of Krishna. Since everyone can easily access God’s names, many spiritual saints and gurus think that they are more powerful than God.

According to Hindu scriptures like the Bhagavad Gita and others, chanting Lord Krishna’s holy names is a spiritual practice that can lead to liberation and connection with the Supreme Person.

Here are Lord Krishna’s 108 names are given below. Reading these holy names of Sri Krishna can provide light on the Lord’s various traits and talents. So, here goes:

108 Names of Lord Krishna: List Of The Name Of Lord Krishna

Vishwamurte “The Supreme form of the entire universe is Sri Krishna”
Achala“Krishna is the firm one”
Achyuta“Sri Krishna is the infallible one”
Adbhutah“Lord Krishna is the wonderful one”
Adideva“Sri Hari is the Lord of lords”
Aditya “Sri Hari is the son of Aditi”
Ajanma “Sri Krishna is the unborn one”
AjayaOne who cannot be defeated, “Sri Krishna is undefeated”
 AksharaThe indestructible one, “So Shri Hari is”
Amrit Immortality, “Sri Krishna is the source of Immortality”
Anand-sagar Sea of joy, “Sri Hari is the Source of joy”
Ananta Endless, “Sri Krishna has no end”
Anantajeet The ever-victorious one,
“Sri Hari is undefeated one”
Ananya One who has no superior,
“There is no one superior then Sri Krishna”
Aniruddha One who cannot be obstructed,
“Sri Hari can not be obstructed by anything”
Aparajit The One who cannot be defeated,
“Sri Hari is undefeated”
Avyukta“One who is very clearly visible’,
“Sri Hari is everywhere.
One can see him with their pure devotion”
Balagopala “It is the child form of Sri Krishna”
Balkrishna “It is the child form of Sri Krishna”
ChaturbhujaOne with four arms,
“Sri Hari has many arms in his supreme form”
DanavendraGiver of boons,
“Sri Krishna is the giver of boons”
DayaluRepository of compassion,
“Shri Krishna represents the compassion”
DayanidhiThe compassionate Lord,
“Shri Krishna is the from of mercy”
DevadidevThe God of gods,
“Shri Hari is the Supreme God”
Devakinandana Son of Devaki,
“Shri Krishna is the son of Devaki”
Devesha The Lord of lords,
“Shri Hari is the Supreme God”
Dharmadhyaksha Lord of Dharma,
“Shri Krishna represents dharma”
DravinThe one without enemies,
“Shri Hari has no enemies”
Dwarkapati Lord of Dwarka,
“Shri Krishna is the King of Dwarka”
Gopal Maintainer of cows,
“Shri Krishna is protector of cows”
Gopalpriya Lover of the cowherds,
“Friends of Shri Krishna loves him”
GovindaOne who gives pleasure to the cows;
Knower of the activities of the senses,
“Shri Krishna gives pleasure to cows and He is knower of the senses”
Gyaneshwar Lord of knowledge,
“Shri Krishna is the source of knowledge to the saints and Bhakts”
Hari Absorber of all sorrows and pains; Lord of nature
“Shri Krishna is the lord of nature and he is absorbers of pain of his devotees”
Hiranyagarbha The all-powerful creator,
“Shri Hari is the creator of the world and universe”
Hrishikesha Lord of the senses,
“Sri Krishna is the lord of all senses”
Jagadguru Preceptor of the entire universe,
“Shri Hari is the lord of entire knowledge, He is supreme Saint”
Jagadisha Protector of the universe,
Krishna protects the universe and his devotees
JagannathLord of the universe,
“Shri Hari is the lord of the universe”
Janardana The one who afflicts felons;
“Shri Krishna is the one who grants the prayers of devotees”
Jayantah NamahEver-victorious one,
“Shri Hari is the ever-victorious”
Om Jyotiraditya Brightness of the sun,
“Sri Hari is the energy of the sun”
Kamalnath Lord of Goddess Lakshmi,
“Shri Hari is the husband of Goddess Laxmi”
Kamalnayan One with lotus-shaped eyes,
“Shri Krishna has lotus-shaped eyes”
Kamsantak Slayer of Kamsa,
“Shri Krishna has slayed Kamsa”
Kanjalochana Lotus-eyed one,
“Shri Krishna has lotus-shaped eyes”
Keshava Slayer of demon Keshi; One with long, beautiful hair
“Shri Krishna defeated demon Keshi,
Krishna has long hairs and beautiful eyes”
Krishna All-attractive one; Dark complexioned one
“Sri Krishna’s dark complex attracts everything in him”
 Lakshikantam Lord of Goddess Lakshmi,
“Goddess Lakshmi worship’s Lord Shri Hari”
Lokadhyaksha Lord of all worlds,
“Sri Hari is the lord of the universe, He is supreme”
Madan Lord of love,
“Shri Krishna represents love he’s the lord of love”
Madhava Husband of Laxmi,
Shri Hari is the husband of Goddess Laxmi”
Madhusudana Slayer of demon Madhu,
“Shri Hari is the one who defeated demon Madhu”
  Mahendra Lord of Indra,
“Shri Krishna is the lord of Indra”
Manmohan The mind-pleasing one,
“Shri Krishna gives pleasure to his devotees”
Manohar The One who pleases the mind,
“Shri Krishna gives pleasure to his devotees”
Mayur Lord with a peacock-feathered crest,
“Sri Krishna is the one who has peacock-feathered crest”
Mohan All-attractive one,
“Sri Krishna is the one who is attractive, and he attracts everything”
Murali Flute-playing Lord,
“Sri Krishna loves playing flute for his devotees”
Murlidhar Holder of flute,
Shri Krishna is the God who holds flute in his hands”
Murlimanohar The one who pleases the mind with flute-playing,
“Sri Krishna pleases the mind of his devotees with flute-playing”
Nandagopala Son of Nanda,
“Sri Krishna is the son of Nanda Baba”
Nandakumara Son of Nanda,
“Sri Krishna is the son of Nanda Baba”
NarayanaThe refuge of all,
“Sri Krishna gives shelter to the universe”
Navaneetha-chor Thief of butter,
“Sri Krishna loves butter,
“He used to eat butter of Gopis with out telling them”
 Niranjana Unblemished one,
Sri Krishna is the unblemished one”
Nirguna One without attributes,
“Sri Krishna has no attributes”
Padmahasta The One whose hands are like lotus,
“Shri Hari’s hands are like beautiful lotus”
Padmanabha The One who has a lotus-shaped navel,
Shri Hari’s navel is lotus-shaped
Parabrahmana The one who is supreme absolute truth,
“Shri Krishna is the absolute truth”
Paramatma The Supreme Soul,
“Shri Krishna is the Supreme Soul and god”
Param-purush The Highest Person,
“Shri Krishna is the highest person of the universe”
Parthasarathi Charioteer of Partha (Arjuna),
“Shri Krishna was the Charioteer of Arjun during Mahabharata”
 Prajapati Lord of all beings,
“Shri Krishna is the lord of all beings of the universe”
Punyah The pure one,
Shri Krishna has no impurities, He is the pure one
Purushuttama The best of all men; The supreme person,
“Sri Krishna is the Complete men on earth,
He is the supreme one”
Ravilochana The One who has eyes like sun,
“Shri Krishna has sun as his eyes”
Sahasraakash The one who is thousand-eyed one,
“Shri Krishna is thousand-eyed one”
Sahasrajit The One who vanquishes thousands,
“Shri Hari is vanquishes thousands”
Sakshi The One who witnesses everything,
“Shri Hari is the one who has witnessed
everything from beginning to end”
Sanatana The eternal one,
“Sri Hari is the eternal one”
Sarvajana The omniscient one,
“Sri Hari is the omniscient one”
  Sarvapalaka Maintainer of all,
“Sri Hari is the Maintainer of everting”
Sarveshwar The Lord of all,
“Sri Hari is the lord of every living and non-living being”
Satyavachana Speaker of truth,
“Sri Hari is the who is the speaker of truth”
 Satyavrata The One who is dedicated to truth,
“Krishna is dedicated to the truth and He is the ultimate truth”
Shantah   The peaceful one,
“Krishna is peaceful one”
Shrestha The highest one,
“Sri Hari is the supreme god and the highest one”
Shrikanta The beautiful one,
“Shri Krishna is the beauty of the world and He is the beautiful one”
Shyam The Dark-complexioned one,
“Shri Krishna is the Dark-complexioned one”
Shyamsundar Dark and Beautiful,
“Shri Krishna is Dark-complexioned and beautiful one”
Sumedha Intelligent one,
“Shri Krishna is Intelligent one”
Suresham  Lord of the demigods,
“Shri Hari is the Lord of the demigods”
Swargapati   The Lord of heavenly planets,
“Shri Hari is the Lord of the heavenly planets”
Upendra Brother of Indra,
“Shri Hari is the Brother of Indra”
Vaikunthanath The Lord of Vaikuntha,
“Shri Hari is the Lord of Vaikuntha”
Varshneya Descendant of Vrishni,
“Shri Hari is the Descendant of Vrishni”
Vasudeva Son of Vasudeva,
“Shri Hari is the Son of Vasudeva”
Vishnu The all-pervading Lord,
“Shri Hari is the all-pervading Lord”
Vishwadakshinah The most skilful one,
“Shri Hari is the most skilful one”
Trivikrama Conqueror of the three worlds,
“Shri Hari is the conqueror of the three worlds”
Vishwakarma Creator of the universe,
“Shri Hari is the creator of the universe”
Yoginampati Lord of the Yogis,
“Shri Hari is the Lord of the Yogis”
Yadavendra King of the Yaduvanshi clan,
“Shri Hari is the King of the Yaduvanshi clan”
Yadava Descendant of Yadu,
“Shri Hari is the descendant of Yadu”
Vrishaparva Lord of Dharma,
“Shri Hari is the Lord of Dharma”
Vishwatma Soul of the universe,
“Shri Krishna is Soul of the universe”
Vishwarupa One who is the same as the universe,
“Shri Krishna is One who is the same as the universe”



Chanting Krishna Ashtottara Shatanamavali, which consists of 108 names of Krishna, gives spiritual benefits. Reciting regularly creates a deep connection with the Supreme Divine, and it promotes inner peace, spiritual growth, and a sense of protection. Each name signifies Krishna’s various attributes and qualities, invoking positive energies and eliminating negativity.

Saints and devotees believe that this practice brings love, success, and happiness, enhances one’s spiritual journey in every way, and leads to emotional comfort and serenity with the Supreme Lord Krishna. It also inspires oneself and other devotees to feel a sense of unity and harmony. Overall, Chanting these Sri Krishna names is a powerful spiritual exercise and practice that purifies the mind, uplifts the soul, and brings one closer to the divine presence of Lord Krishna.

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