About Bala Tripurasundari

Bālā Tripurasundarī, Kumārikā or simply Bālā ('child') is the daughter of the Hindu goddess Tripura Sundari, the consort of Lord Kameshwara. She was born from the goddess and Sri Kameshwara. She is a form of the goddess Ashokasundari.

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