There are at least two Saraswati sahasranaamas, that I know, are available.

#1: From Skanda purana 1,2

At the request of Narada, Sanat Kumara Maharshi enumerated these sahastranaamas.

#2: From Rudra Yamala Tantram

The description on this source says the folowing

The following is a rare Sahasranama Stotram (hymn containing 1008 names) of Goddess Sarasvati from Dasha Mahavidya Rahasyam in Rudra Yamala Tantram. Lord Shiva, who gives this Sahasranama to Goddess Parvati.....

Are there any other such Saraswati sahasranaamas available?

  • The skanda Purana link here takes to Kamakoti webpage which says "Source: Avanti Khanda of Skanda Purana". But this sahasra Nama is not in Avanti khanda here wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/the-skanda-purana/d/doc425570.html. any other sources for this from Skanda Purana?
    – Kanthri
    Commented Dec 14, 2022 at 6:36
  • @Kanthri I added another one.
    – hanugm
    Commented Dec 14, 2022 at 11:47
  • Thanks. This one has source as Sanatkumara samhita, which also I couldn't find in Skanda Purana. Wonder if at the end of sahasranama's they just add reference to a Purana.... Yet to find a skanda Purana version which has these chapters/sections. Anyway, thanks for these and I am diverting from your original question.
    – Kanthri
    Commented Dec 14, 2022 at 16:16
  • it is sahasra, not sahastra
    – ram
    Commented Jan 16, 2023 at 23:30
  • Thanks @mar .....
    – hanugm
    Commented Jan 17, 2023 at 6:24

1 Answer 1


1) In Rudrayamala Tantra only, there is Sharada Sahastranaam Stotram, now if you consider Saraswati and Sharada as same, you can go ahead because many a times, Sharada Devi is said to be a different Shakti than Saraswati Devi, although they both are Adhishtatri Devi of Knowledge. I am sharing the link of Sharada Sahastranaam Stotram below:


2) In Skand Puran, there is Vagmati Sahasranam Stotram, link is below:


3) In Bhavishyottar Puran, there is Vagvadini Sahasranam Stotram, link is below:


Thank you.

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