Which shloka or scripture states that there are 33 crores of Hindu gods?
Is it accurate to state that: "No, Hindu scriptures do not mention anywhere that there are 33 कोटि (crores) देवी देवता (devi-devata)"
No, it is not accurate to state it because of the fact that there are thirty three crores of devi-devata.
Some slokhas in Skanda Purana are explicitly saying the fact that there are thirty three crores of devi-devata. I presented below four slokhas, out of which three (II, III, IV) states that there are thirty three crore number of devas and one (I) stating that there are thirty three crore number of goddesses.
If people bow down and worship this goddess with devotion, it is the same as though she has been worshipped along with thirty-three crores of goddesses.
Then thirty-three crores of Devas emanating from the rays of the flames of Sambhu in the fiery form came forth.
The Devas were thirty-three crores in number; the Ganas were one crore and two hundred thousand; there were nine crores of Camundas and one crore Bhairavis.
There are thirty-three crores of Devas stationed in heaven. All of them came there and celebrated that auspicious rite for him.
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