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गो प्रेमी संघ - गावो रक्षिती रक्षितः - Gaavo Rakshiti Rakshitah: गो अंक - गीता प्रेस

गो प्रेमी संघ - गावो रक्षिती रक्षितः - Gaavo Rakshiti Rakshitah: गो अंक - गीता प्रेस

Hindus throughout the world observe Holi, an annual celebration of the victory of good over evil; of colors, spring, and love—including the special love between Krishna and Radha, the deities said to embody absolute truth. The festival has acquired a special significance in Vrindavan, a city in Uttar Pradesh built upon the ancient pastures where the god Krishna spent his boyhood days.

Hindus throughout the world observe Holi, an annual celebration of the victory of good over evil; of colors, spring, and love—including the special love between Krishna and Radha, the deities said to embody absolute truth. The festival has acquired a special significance in Vrindavan, a city in Uttar Pradesh built upon the ancient pastures where the god Krishna spent his boyhood days.

Devi: The Divine Mother [Devī (In Devanagari: देवी) is the Sanskrit root-word of Divine. Devi is synonymous with Shakti. Devi or the divine feminine is an equal conterpart to the divine masculine, and hence manifests herself as the 'Trinity' herself - the Creator (Durga or the Divine Mother), Preserver (Lakshmi, Parvati & Saraswati) and Destroyer (Mahishasura-Mardini, Kali & Smashanakali ), as conceptualized by the Shakta tradition of Hinduism. Goddess worship is an integral part of…

Devi: The Divine Mother [Devī (In Devanagari: देवी) is the Sanskrit root-word of Divine. Devi is synonymous with Shakti. Devi or the divine feminine is an equal conterpart to the divine masculine, and hence manifests herself as the 'Trinity' herself - the Creator (Durga or the Divine Mother), Preserver (Lakshmi, Parvati & Saraswati) and Destroyer (Mahishasura-Mardini, Kali & Smashanakali ), as conceptualized by the Shakta tradition of Hinduism. Goddess worship is an integral part of…