Jai Chinntamatsa

THE HEADLESS MOTHER approaches gifting death as her release from the gifts of illusion. Are you ready to face the darkeness. are you...

Bhairavi and Vedanta

The name Bhairavi means “frightful,” “terrible,” “horrible,” or “formidable.” The basic idea here is fear. Ordinarily we associate fear...

Kamala and Vedanta

The series of ten Mahavidyas begins with Kali and ends with Kamala. Both are aspects of the Divine Mother who are widely worshiped in...

Matangi and Vedanta

At first glance Matangi looks very much like Sarasvati. The main point of similarity is the vina that she plays. Like Sarasvati, she may...

Dhumavathi and Vedanta

The name Bhairavi means “frightful,” “terrible,” “horrible,” or “formidable.” The basic idea here is fear. Ordinarily we associate fear...

Chinnamasta and Vedanta

Chinnamasta (“she who is decapitated”) is a form of the Divine Mother shown as having cut off her own head. The blood that spurts from...

Tara and Vedanta

Tara In the succession of Mahavidyas, Tara comes second, immediately after Kali, whom she closely resembles. Just as Kali herself has...

Kali and Vedanta

These articles are a set i found on a website called Vedanta.org. Its something that really touched the core of my growing and learning....

We Arise

Its customary to start an with Ganesha and as such its only fitting i do so . However I had to find a pic of Both Mother and Child . Even...