Shrimat Simhasaneshwari
Devanagari श्रीमत् सिंहासनेश्वरी
Affiliation Devi / Shakti / Lalita sahasranama

Shrimat Simhasaneshwari or Srimat Simhasaneswari ;Sanskrit: श्रीमत् सिंहासनेश्वरी is the third name of Hindu goddess in Lalita Sahasranama.

Below are different meanings of this name, as per Hindu Philosophy.

This name can be split into three parts, Shrimat + Simhasana + Ishwari

Shrimat : The names of great men and great things have the honorific word Shrimat prefixed to them like Shrimat Bhagavad Gita, Shrimat Dnyaneshwari, etc.

Simhasan : The throne occupied by king, is called Simhasan (in other words the best seat). Another split is, Simha menas the lion and Aasan means the seat. Together Simhasan explains the Strength of the one who shall have the Lion Seat.

Ishwari : The Devi or Goddess.,

The complete meaning is, the Goddess or Queen who is the ruler sitting on the lion-throne. She is the one who is complete powerful.

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