Shakta means "Capable of" or "Equal to" or "Worshipper of Energy" in Sanskrit.
Shakta is another name of Ganesha because he is the attributeless and beyond form or size is sturdy and strong.
According to Mahabharata Shakta / Sakta was a son of Manasyu and Sauviri.
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