Sri Matre Namaha
Nirābādhā – The One Hundred & Seventy Seventh name in Lalitha Sahasranamam.
a (samantat), badhah = abadhah, nirgatah abadhah yasyah sa
Whose reality is never sublated
Nirābādhā : Nir means nil / nothing; Badha means Soreness / Disturbed state of leaving / Leaving in Illusion state
She remains undisturbed.
She is not disturbed by illusions.
When we perceive silver in the shell, the knowledge ( i.e., reality of object) is badhita. But when one realizes that it is shell and not silver, the illusion vanishes. But in the case of the goddess there is no possibility of error about her real nature
Illusion arises out of wrongly identifying an object. For example, identifying in darkness a piece of rope as snake is illusion. This illusion causes fear, desire, etc. Since She Herself is the cause of such illusions (maya), there is no question of any illusion for Her. Moreover, the Brahman does not have qualities such as illusions.