Kali: The Black Goddess of Dakshineswar

  • KALI: The Black Goddess of Dakshineswar
by Elizabeth Harding

An American perspective of the Goddess Kali filled with awe and wonder.

  • 318 pages, US paperback
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Kali is not what one imagines a typical Hindu woman to be. She is neither gentle, bashful, nor subservient toward her husband. She moves around in the nude, her hair is disheveled, and she gets intoxicated from drinking the blood of demons.

Kali is a goddess who fights alone. And if she wants help, she accepts it from other females,but does not seek it from men. Whenever the male gods are unable to subdue the demons in battle, they ask the great Mother Goddess for help.

"The authorís rational and devotional approach makes her work authentic and inspiring" -- Swami Chetanananda, Vedanta Society of St. Louis
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