According to Skanda Purana, Goddess Parvati accounted the name 'Durga' after she killed the demon Durgamaasura.

According to Skanda Purana, Goddess Parvati accounted the name 'Durga' after she killed the demon Durgamaasura.

HINDUISMO  - 43. Da série: Manifestações da Shakti - Assim, ela (Laksmi), "é Sita, companheira de Rama, e Rukmini, esposa de Krishna. Com o nome de Mahalakshmi, ela é identificada à Shakti, ou Grande Deusa. Dois de seus aspectos são Bhudevi (a Deusa da Terra) e Shridevi (a Deusa luminosa), que são os aspectos complementares das forças da Natureza (Prakriti)." (Fonte: Roberto de A. Martins, para o site Shri Yoga Devi.) -

HINDUISMO - 43. Da série: Manifestações da Shakti - Assim, ela (Laksmi), "é Sita, companheira de Rama, e Rukmini, esposa de Krishna. Com o nome de Mahalakshmi, ela é identificada à Shakti, ou Grande Deusa. Dois de seus aspectos são Bhudevi (a Deusa da Terra) e Shridevi (a Deusa luminosa), que são os aspectos complementares das forças da Natureza (Prakriti)." (Fonte: Roberto de A. Martins, para o site Shri Yoga Devi.) -

Maa Durga catch 22..must have subtle awarness to reach theses deities and if you do already you dont need them

Maa Durga catch 22..must have subtle awarness to reach theses deities and if you do already you dont need them

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