Legends of Devi

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Orient Blackswan, Jan 1, 1998 - Hindu goddesses - 103 pages
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This book is a captivating narration of the various legends and folktales that surround the revered goddesses of India. The goddesses not only epitomize the forces of good fighting over evil, but also the source of worldly wellbeing. Ramananda Bandapadhyay s illustrations are symbolically rich and they in themselves constitute a storehouse of information on mythological iconography.
 

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Contents

Chapter Page 1 Kanyakumari
1
Yamuna
9
Lakshmi
13
Tulasi
20
Durga Chandika Kali
26
Sad Parvati Uma Gauri
39
Ganga
47
Radha
56
Shasthi
66
Sita
72
Prithivi
92
VakSarasvati
98
Notes on chapter symbols
104
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