The Divine Mother

DEVI MAHATMYAM

DEVI MAHATMYAM

The Glory of the Goddess

Sage Markandeya

When you read this Devi Mahatmyam, you will feel the joy, the power and the wonder of the Divine Mother. At its simplest level, the Devi Mahatmyam is the battle between good and evil. But on that battlefield, the majesty of the Mother Goddess should not be underestimated.

translated by Lyndal Vercoe

THE DIVINE MOTHER

THE DIVINE MOTHER

Diaries of a Seeker

Duillio Cartocci

The author, still a boy, had the good fortune of meeting Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, the Divine Mother. His entire life was transformed by the encounter. The book presents a selection of his original photographs and a collection of his personal diaries that encloses thirty years of the most important moments spent in Her presence.

THE SEARCH FOR THE DIVINE MOTHER

THE SEARCH FOR THE DIVINE MOTHER

Gwendael Verez

This book looks at our religion and spirituality from a historical viewpoint. Many traditions attach great importance to the feminine dimension of the Divine. It is She who is said to give liberation, spiritual rebirth, that is to say Union with the Self. The most significant example is the knowledge of the Kundalini in India.

SHAKTI

SHAKTI

Tales of the Mother Goddess

edited by Reena Puri

Amar Chitra Katha brings together stories of seven goddesses from the Puranas, folklore and the Devi Bhagavata. Endowed with strength, grace and courage, these goddesses show us the power of being a woman.

TALES OF DURGA

TALES OF DURGA

Tales of the Mother Goddess

Anant Pai

This Amar Chitra Katha is based on the Durga-Saptashati of the Markandeya Purana.

VISIONS AND PROPHECIES

VISIONS AND PROPHECIES

Visions and Prophecies of the Feminine Divine: A Sourcebook of Historical Texts

John Noyce

A global sourcebook of historical texts on visions and prophecies of the Divine Feminine.

VISIONS OF THE DIVINE FEMININE

VISIONS OF THE DIVINE FEMININE

Visions of the Divine Feminine in Medieval Europe

John Noyce

This book considers visions in the literature of medieval Europe with particular reference to visions that can be considered to be of the Divine Feminine in a variety of forms including Wisdom (Sapientia), Philosophia and Natura amongst others.

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