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Padmāvatī may refer to:
- Padmavati_Pawaya the celebrated ancient city mentioned in Sanskrit classics and inscriptions.
- Alamelu, aka Padmāvatī, Hindu goddess and consort of Sri Venkateshwara of Tirupati.
- Another name for the Hindu serpent goddess Manasa.
- Padmavati (Jainism), Jain goddess.
Padmāvatī is a common name among Hindu ladies, especially those hailing from South India.
- Rani Padmavati, a chief concubine of Emperor Ashoka The Great and the mother of his second son and heir presumptive, Kunala.
- Rani Padmini, also known as Padmavati, the queen of Chittor and the wife of 14th century King Rawal Ratan Singh, celebrated in Padmavat.
- Dr. S. I. Padmavati, Indian cardiologist, Padma Vibhushan.
- Padmāvatī, the name of an important character in Bhasa's immortal Swapna Vāsavadattam (one of 13 classical Sanskrit works rediscovered in the archives of an ancient Kerala temple in 1912 AD).
- Padmāvatī, the name of the heroine in the eponymous Bengali novel written by Alaol in the 17th century AD.
- Padmavat, a celebrated ballad written in the Awadhi dialect of Hindi by Malik Muhammad Jayasi, a 16th-century Indian Sufi poet, about Rani Padmini.
- Padmâvatî (opera), the title of an opera by French composer Albert Roussel.
- Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, a university in Tirupati named after the Hindu goddess.
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