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The Incarnation Stories of Hindu Goddesses - cover

The Incarnation Stories of Hindu Goddesses

Hseham Ttud

Publisher: mds

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Summary

Hindi Goddess Durga is said to be the destroyer of evil. Goddess Durga is not only the protector of the welfare of human beings, but she has also been the protector of the interests of the gods.
The Goddess Lakshmi was created for the benefit of humans and deities alike. In Hindu scriptures, Lakshmi is said to be the destroyer of poverty. The goddess Lakshmi is not only the protector of human welfare, but she has also been the protector of the interests and prosperity of the gods.
In the Hindu scriptures, Goddess Saraswati has been called the goddess of knowledge and science and the destroyer of ignorance. Goddess Saraswati is not only the protector of knowledge and science, but she has also been the protector of the interests and prosperity of the gods.
Goddess Mahakali is said to be the one who bestows learning, enjoyment, opulence, devotion, and salvation. She always looks after the welfare of her devotees. Her worshipers get rid of all their troubles by the mere remembrance of her.
Goddess Mahakali is not only the protector of mankind, but she has also been the protector of the interests and prosperity of the gods.
Goddess Mahakali is the one who destroys the oppressors and establishes peace in the world. She is the goddess who frees the world from sin by destroying the wicked.
Available since: 08/25/2022.

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