Śākta Contribution to Varanasi
Ramesh Chandra Sharma, Pranati Ghosal
Jñāna-Pravāha Centre for Cultural Studies and Research, Jan 1, 2006 - Śakti (Hindu deity) - 148 pages
The Worship Of Shakti (Mother Goddess) Is Almost A Universal Phenomenon And Its Manifestation Is Seen In Different Forms. This Book Incorporates A Number Of Papers On Multiple Aspects Of Øàkta Traditions Practised In Varanasi Continuing From Hoary Past To-Date.
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KaSl as Saktipltha
Fasts and Festivals of Goddess in Varanasi
DeviYantra in Kasi
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