Goddess Vac  

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VAC is the Hindu Goddess of speech. She is described in the Rig Veda as not only speech itself, but also as truth and perception, which allow us to turn divine knowledge into words. She is said to be the mother of the Vedas, having inspired sages to write them. Vac is depicted either as a golden-skinned woman or as a cow, a symbol of nourishment. She was eventually syncretized with the Goddess Sarasvati, ruler of knowledge. Vac's name, which means "speech," is also seen as VAK or VACH, and sacred texts give her the following names (some of which she shares with other Hindu Goddesses):

Aditi


Aghnya

Agnayi


Agnya

Anumati


Apva

Aranyani


Dhenu

Durga


Gauri

Indrani


Kuhu

Pathya


Prthvi

Raka


Ratri

Rodasi


Romasa

Sarama


Saranyu

Sarasvati


Sinivali

Sraddha

Surya

Svasti


Urvasi

Usas


Vrsakapayi

Yami



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