33 koti devi devta
The term "33 Koti" is often mentioned in Sanatan Dharma, but it is a source of some confusion and misunderstanding. The phrase is often translated to mean "33 crores" in English, but in the original Sanskrit, the word "Koti" can also be translated to mean "types" or "categories." Thus, the term "33 Koti Devi Devta" does not necessarily mean 33 crore (330 million) gods and goddesses, but rather refers to a vast number of different types or categories of divine beings.
Concept of Devi Devta
In Sanatan Dharma, there are believed to be many different gods and goddesses, each with their own unique qualities and attributes. The number of divine beings can be difficult to determine, as the same deity may be worshipped under different names and forms in different parts of India. Additionally, many different traditions and local customs may have their own unique deities and spiritual practices.