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The Three Goddesses of Hindus: The Stories of the Divine Characters of the Goddesses of Knowledge, Prosperity and Power
The Three Goddesses of Hindus: The Stories of the Divine Characters of the Goddesses of Knowledge, Prosperity and Power
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About the Book

Shiva without power in non-Shiva. The Hindu philosophy believes the power to be a feminine energy because inspite of a female being a symbol of love, mercy and compassion she becomes dangerously ferocious to defend her young ones.

In Vedic mantras, the mother is the prime god. Mother not only creates a child from her body and energizes but becomes the biggest and the most effective teacher of her child to mould his future. When gods take incarnations they respect their respective mothers as the most sacred living objects.

The Wisdom is sought by worshipping Gayatri. Ma Saraswati is the goddess of all knowledge. She has helped gods in hours of need by lending them wisdom. Ma Durga destroys those demonic forces that make a mistake of taking the women to be weaklings. She wreaks havoc by becoming a raging fury. The citadel of women power, she is.

Foreword

Without power even Shiva is a lifeless body. Puranas reveal this universal truth. Power Supreme manifests itself in goddess incarnations to defend the forces of light. The blessings of Maa Shakti is needed to negotiate the rough course of life. To get blessed one has to surrender to the mercy of the goddesses. The devotee of Durga can get his or her wishes fulfilled. There is no caste or creed discrimination.

Gayatri Mantra recitation is the daily custom of a Hindu. Through the recitation he seeks the blessings of the goddess of all sciences to get blessed with an awakened brain. For one's progress a receptive brain is a must.

Maa Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge and wisdom. The knowledge includes spiritual awakening for attainment of link up with Power Supreme. She rides a peacock which is the symbol of aesthetic beauty. She also uses white swan as her carrier whenever the accent is on piety and innocence. By understanding the symbolisms used in the mythological stories of Hindu Dharma one can make one's life aglow with truth and beauty.

MAA DURGA

CONTENTS
Nav Durga3
Durga5
King Surath And Trader Samadhi6
Medha Tells Durga Story7
The Birth of Madhu-Kaitabh9
Mahamaya Invoked10
Vishnu Takes On Madhu-Kaitabh11
Madhu-Kaitabh Slain12
Mahishasur Is Born14
Durga, The Force Supreme Born15
Mahishasur-Durga Battle18
Mahishasur Dies24
Durga Versus Shumbha-Nishumbh25
Raid On Alkapuri26
Amba And Chund-Mund30
Chamunda Devi38
Surath and Samadhi Blessed46
Gayatri
CONTENTS
Gayatri3
Gayatri-24 Word Seeds5
The Secret Of Gayatri6
Shiva Reveals Gayatri Secrets7
The Secret Of Five Faces8
The Ten Arms Of Gayatri9
Gayatri-The Wish Granter10
Gayatri Meditation-Pleasure Infinite11
Bhrigu's Penance-Gayatri's 'Grain Cell' Face12
'Life Cell' Face Of Gayatri13
Mind And Knowledge Cells14
Gayatri's Fifth Face-Pleasure Cell15
Inspiration Of Gayatri-Vishwamitra16
The Curse Of Savitri17
Gayatri Is Nectar18
Who Got The Nectar?19
Gayatri-The Fire Mouth20
Gayatri And Satyavrata21
Pay The Asking Price22
Laxmi Deserts23
Charity Departs24
Yajna Leaves25
Glory And Fame Go26
The King And Truth27
Deserters Come Back28
Dharmaraja And The King29
Gayatri Devotee Savitri30
Gayatri Devotee Ansuya 31
Shandili And Mandavya 32
Ansuya Prayed33
The Dead Kaushik And Ansuya34
Bhairava-Gayatri35
Gayatri And Violent Beasts36
Gayatri Water And Onkar Joshi37
Gayatri For Illiterate38
Four tins Of Ghee39
Gayatri Yajna And Dried Trees40
Dying Child And Gayatri 41
Gayatri Blesses Son42
Gayatri And The Treasure Pot43
Daughter Married Cheaply44
Encounter With Ghost45
Gayatri And Bad Company46
Evil Woman And
Daughter-In-Law47
Gayatri The Medicine48
MAA SARASWATI
CONTENTS
The Divine Form of Saraswati3
Spiritual Power Invoked4
Brahma-Saraswati Talk5
Dawn Of New Creation6
The Progress of Creation7
Importance Of Mind In Saraswati Worship9
Maa Saraswati Is Impartial9
Gods Debate On Kailasha10
God In Race11
Blessed Is Ganesha12
Smart Act By Ganesha13
Ganesha Is Worship Starter14
Vishnu Mollifies Shocked Gods15
Sage Yagyavalikya's Prayer16
Ego: The Enemy Of Knowledge17
Sage Apologizes18
No Knowledge Without Guru19
Obedient Aruni Panchal20
Sage Bhardwaja's Hunger For Knowledge21
Endless Knowledge22
Do Not Insult Scholars23
King Janaka Apologizes24
The Justice Of Janaka25
Ratnakara Dacoit And Sages26
We Won't Share27
Back To The Sages28
The Dacoit's Chant29
Narada Sermonises Valmiki30
Epic 'Ramayana' Starts Off31
Prayer Of Gods32
Kaikayee Made Mindless33
Idiot Kali And Scholars34
Vane Princess Vidyotama35
Great Is One Who Is Blessed36
The Explanation37
The Curiosity Of Scholars38
Kalidasa's Penance39
Kalidasa Returns40
One Of Nine Gems41
Apology To Maa Saraswati42
Dhanna Story43
Simple Dhanna And Brahmin Trick44
The Evil Brahmin45
Saraswati And Dhanna46
Dhanna Tormented47
Brahmin Accepts Mistake48

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About the Book

Shiva without power in non-Shiva. The Hindu philosophy believes the power to be a feminine energy because inspite of a female being a symbol of love, mercy and compassion she becomes dangerously ferocious to defend her young ones.

In Vedic mantras, the mother is the prime god. Mother not only creates a child from her body and energizes but becomes the biggest and the most effective teacher of her child to mould his future. When gods take incarnations they respect their respective mothers as the most sacred living objects.

The Wisdom is sought by worshipping Gayatri. Ma Saraswati is the goddess of all knowledge. She has helped gods in hours of need by lending them wisdom. Ma Durga destroys those demonic forces that make a mistake of taking the women to be weaklings. She wreaks havoc by becoming a raging fury. The citadel of women power, she is.

Foreword

Without power even Shiva is a lifeless body. Puranas reveal this universal truth. Power Supreme manifests itself in goddess incarnations to defend the forces of light. The blessings of Maa Shakti is needed to negotiate the rough course of life. To get blessed one has to surrender to the mercy of the goddesses. The devotee of Durga can get his or her wishes fulfilled. There is no caste or creed discrimination.

Gayatri Mantra recitation is the daily custom of a Hindu. Through the recitation he seeks the blessings of the goddess of all sciences to get blessed with an awakened brain. For one's progress a receptive brain is a must.

Maa Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge and wisdom. The knowledge includes spiritual awakening for attainment of link up with Power Supreme. She rides a peacock which is the symbol of aesthetic beauty. She also uses white swan as her carrier whenever the accent is on piety and innocence. By understanding the symbolisms used in the mythological stories of Hindu Dharma one can make one's life aglow with truth and beauty.

MAA DURGA

CONTENTS
Nav Durga3
Durga5
King Surath And Trader Samadhi6
Medha Tells Durga Story7
The Birth of Madhu-Kaitabh9
Mahamaya Invoked10
Vishnu Takes On Madhu-Kaitabh11
Madhu-Kaitabh Slain12
Mahishasur Is Born14
Durga, The Force Supreme Born15
Mahishasur-Durga Battle18
Mahishasur Dies24
Durga Versus Shumbha-Nishumbh25
Raid On Alkapuri26
Amba And Chund-Mund30
Chamunda Devi38
Surath and Samadhi Blessed46
Gayatri
CONTENTS
Gayatri3
Gayatri-24 Word Seeds5
The Secret Of Gayatri6
Shiva Reveals Gayatri Secrets7
The Secret Of Five Faces8
The Ten Arms Of Gayatri9
Gayatri-The Wish Granter10
Gayatri Meditation-Pleasure Infinite11
Bhrigu's Penance-Gayatri's 'Grain Cell' Face12
'Life Cell' Face Of Gayatri13
Mind And Knowledge Cells14
Gayatri's Fifth Face-Pleasure Cell15
Inspiration Of Gayatri-Vishwamitra16
The Curse Of Savitri17
Gayatri Is Nectar18
Who Got The Nectar?19
Gayatri-The Fire Mouth20
Gayatri And Satyavrata21
Pay The Asking Price22
Laxmi Deserts23
Charity Departs24
Yajna Leaves25
Glory And Fame Go26
The King And Truth27
Deserters Come Back28
Dharmaraja And The King29
Gayatri Devotee Savitri30
Gayatri Devotee Ansuya 31
Shandili And Mandavya 32
Ansuya Prayed33
The Dead Kaushik And Ansuya34
Bhairava-Gayatri35
Gayatri And Violent Beasts36
Gayatri Water And Onkar Joshi37
Gayatri For Illiterate38
Four tins Of Ghee39
Gayatri Yajna And Dried Trees40
Dying Child And Gayatri 41
Gayatri Blesses Son42
Gayatri And The Treasure Pot43
Daughter Married Cheaply44
Encounter With Ghost45
Gayatri And Bad Company46
Evil Woman And
Daughter-In-Law47
Gayatri The Medicine48
MAA SARASWATI
CONTENTS
The Divine Form of Saraswati3
Spiritual Power Invoked4
Brahma-Saraswati Talk5
Dawn Of New Creation6
The Progress of Creation7
Importance Of Mind In Saraswati Worship9
Maa Saraswati Is Impartial9
Gods Debate On Kailasha10
God In Race11
Blessed Is Ganesha12
Smart Act By Ganesha13
Ganesha Is Worship Starter14
Vishnu Mollifies Shocked Gods15
Sage Yagyavalikya's Prayer16
Ego: The Enemy Of Knowledge17
Sage Apologizes18
No Knowledge Without Guru19
Obedient Aruni Panchal20
Sage Bhardwaja's Hunger For Knowledge21
Endless Knowledge22
Do Not Insult Scholars23
King Janaka Apologizes24
The Justice Of Janaka25
Ratnakara Dacoit And Sages26
We Won't Share27
Back To The Sages28
The Dacoit's Chant29
Narada Sermonises Valmiki30
Epic 'Ramayana' Starts Off31
Prayer Of Gods32
Kaikayee Made Mindless33
Idiot Kali And Scholars34
Vane Princess Vidyotama35
Great Is One Who Is Blessed36
The Explanation37
The Curiosity Of Scholars38
Kalidasa's Penance39
Kalidasa Returns40
One Of Nine Gems41
Apology To Maa Saraswati42
Dhanna Story43
Simple Dhanna And Brahmin Trick44
The Evil Brahmin45
Saraswati And Dhanna46
Dhanna Tormented47
Brahmin Accepts Mistake48
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