19 de noviembre de 2018
Works of Munindra Misra are unique on the Indian culture and are written in English rhyme. This makes it easy for the persons comfortable in the English language to have a glimpse of the vast array of colours of the ancient Indian civilisation.
Munindra Misra has been honoured with a badge and awarded 'The Top Viewed Author Award' by Knol - A unit of knowledge of Google in 2011.
Devi Mahatmayam, also known as Durga Saptashati, Sri Chandi or Saptashati, is from the Markandeya Mahapuran. Devi Mahatmayamm literally means 'Glory of the Goddess' .
Here the seven hundred mantra story describes the victory of the Goddess over the Asuras (Madhu-Kaitabha, Mahishasura and Shambha-Nishumbha) - representing the conquest and freedom from the tamsik Mahakali (Chapter 1), rajsik Mahalakshmi (Chapters 2-4) and satvik Mahasaraswati (Chapters 5-13) forces. Her adversaries represent the all-too-human impulses arising from the pursuit of power, possessions, pleasure and from the illusions of self-importance. The Devi, personified as one supreme Goddess and many goddesses, confronts the demons within us - representing the field of human consciousness within each person.