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Swami Paramananda - Purity

Swami Paramananda, the disciple or Ramakrishna Math on spiritual quality of Purity. Inspirational reading. PURITY is real strength, purity is real health. Gather your strength from that source. Never forget this; then you will become immortal. Purity will make you fearless, purity will make you cheerful. Have strength. Have courage, no matter what may come before you. Overcome all weakness by the strength of purity.

Swami Paramananda - Steadfastness

Swami Paramananda, the disciple or Ramakrishna Math on spiritual quality of Steadfastness. Inspirational reading. STAND firm like a rock in your own faith. Be always watchful, cheerful and faithful to your Ideal. Be brave and true and unselfish. Never fear and never look back, but move on. There is no greater lesson than to learn to remain steady and strong under all conditions. Do not

Swami Paramananda - Fearlessness

Swami Paramananda, the disciple or Ramakrishna Math on spiritual quality of Fearlessness. Inspirational reading. NOTHING can drive you from the path if you stand fearlessly, with determination and purity of purpose. Why should we give up our ideal life only because some people say that it is bad or rise in opposition? No! We must not do that. Let the whole world go against us,

Swami Paramananda - Self-surrender

Swami Paramananda, the disciple or Ramakrishna Math on Self-surrender to Divinity. Inspirational reading. The true devotee is always conscious of the power that works through him. Otherwise he is nothing; he does not want to be anything independent of that Divine power. He knows that the Mother does Her own work, that he has no right to take any credit or blame upon himself. Everything

Devī Māhātmyam | Durgā Saptashatī

The Devi Mahātmyam or Devi Mahātmya (Sanskrit: देवीमाहात्म्यम्), or "Glory of the Goddess") is a very popular devotional text in Hinduism and a root text of Śaktism, from Mārkaṇḍeya Purāṇa describing the victory of the goddess Durgā over the demon Mahishasura. Devī Māhātmyam is also known as the Durgā Saptashatī (दुर्गासप्तशती) or simply Saptashatī, Caṇḍī (चण्डी) or Caṇḍī Pāṭha (चण्डीपाठः): . The text is called


Śrīmad Devī Bhāgavatam Purāṇa for all Devi bhaktas, devotees of Divine Mother. This is the most important and ancient Purāṇa for all Śaktas.

The 10 Great Wisdom Goddesses

Mahā-Kālī is the personification of the universal power of transformation, the transcendent power of Time, the Great Goddess who rules unchallenged over the universe and all that is in it. Mahā-Kālī sub-divides herself into the 10 goddesses known as the Mahā-vidyās (ten objects of transcendent wisdom) which are the 10 aspects of the cycle of time — they’re representative of the entire processes of projection

Sarasvatī-Lakṣmī-Durgā | Devi III

This is the third part in series of introduction about Hindu Icons and Symbols - this time we will study in detail about the Devi Mā - Divine Mother, the feminine counterparts of great Devas - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. In Hinduism Divine Mother is seen as the active Divine power or Shakti, capable to deliver all Divine qualities and strengths to living beings. Some

Śrī Lalitā Sahasranāma | Introduction

Lalitā Triśati and Lalitā Sahasranāma Stotram are dialogues between the sage Agastya and the God Hayagrīva as recorded in Brahmāṇḍa-Purāṇa, which is well known for the extolling Śrī Lalitā Devī. Lalitā Triśati and Lalitā Sahasranāma are dialogues between the sage Agastya and the God Hayagrīva. It is said that the recitation of Lalitā Sahasranāma will confer great benefits on the devotee and also mentions how

Shri Kali Sahasranama Stotram

Shri Kāli Sahasranama Stotram with transliteration and English translation will follow soon. Work in progress....Publishing 1008 names of Mother Kālī... the rest will follow...