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108 Names of Durga - Vijaya Kumar


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108 Names of Durga
By Vijaya Kumar
Format: Paperback
108 Pages

Call her Jaya (victorious); Mahakali (wife of Mahakala); Mati (wise) or Mahanashini (destroyer of desires). They are all different names of Durga, the chanting of which evokes in us a religious fervour and helps us focus on the Almighty.
Following the tradition of celebrating the holy names of Goddess, we have chosen 108 names, signifying the 108 beads in a rosary used during prayers.

In Hinduism, the goddess Durga, is the protective mother of the universe. She is one of the principle forms of Shakti, the divine female energy in the Hindu religion.
Durga is the warrior goddess. As such, she is willing to unleash her power in order to combat evil and demonic forces that threaten peace and prosperity.
Goddess Durga represents the power of the Supreme Being that preserves moral order and righteousness in the creation. In Sanskrit, Durga means “a fort” or “a place that is difficult to overrun.”

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