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Shakti the Feminine Power

First Online: July 23, 2011
Page Last Updated: May 09, 2017

Shakti as Mother Goddess

Indians have worshipped "Mother Goddess" or Shakti even before the Indian civilization took shape.  Pre-historic art and artifacts have been found to depict feminine divinity in the form of Shakti or Divine Power. In the Hindu tradition, the energy (or Shakti) of even the predominant Hindu Dieties is attributed to the power of the respective consorts and Shakti is sometimes worshiped as the unification of goddesses Lakshi, Saraswati and Parvati.

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  • Indian Womanhood -- English translation of Jyotsna Kamat's research book on Indian women covering worship of women, Sati system, and education of women in ancient India.


Shakti - Female Power

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Devi Devata -- The Goddess deityRare Sculpture of Lajja GouriTantric Illustration Invoking Shakti
Shakti Goddess

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