Stories of Hindu Goddess Durga (Illustrated): Tales from Indian Mythology
|Rating||:||4.12 (654 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||331 Pages|
the God of Creation. The stories are designed for children and are accompanied with beautiful illustrations.. The stories allegorically describe struggles between gods and demons and teach the human race to hope that eventually truth and justice prevail. Vishnu the God of Protection and Mahesh the God of Destruction, Mahamaya also assumes the role of Creation, Protection and Destruction. The basic dynamism of God has been defined in Indian philosophy as nature or Prakriti which is supposed to be Primeval Power that has been visualized from time immemorial as ‘Adyashakti' by seers and thinkers.'Adyashakti' is again the integral active form of God keeping the entire cosmos in control while Her manifestation has been portrayed by the artists and sculptors of ancient India as the Supreme GoddessMahamaya, the creative force of the Universe. Mahamaya or Brahmani is also known as Durga, Chamunda,Chanda, Kali, Amba
Five Stars Really fun to read, and see the pictures with it.