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The Illusionist By Indianstoryteller Updated Nov 15, 2016

Obscure stories of Devī, The Hindu Mother Goddess and Her various incarnations, that have never been told before.
Call it patriarchy, call it male anxiety; the mainstream Vedic Hinduism of Brahmins has always been uncomfortable to  acknowledge the Tantric esotericism. 

Is wisdom masculine?
Is compasion feminine?
How do they balance each other?
Whom to choose out of the two?

Devī has answers to all these questions; for each Her 900 million incarnations represent a spectrum of feminity, or in other words, the Divine Feminine as a whole.
From gaunt and malevolent Kālī, to gorgeous and benovelent Lakşmī; Devī answers all your queries.

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