By Anuja Chandramouli
In this fascinating narrative, discover the contrasting features of the sacred female; event her remarkable energy, solid at the flames of affection and hate; and watch her educate the male-dominated pantheon a lesson in compassion. Witty, enticing and thought-provoking, Shakti: the female Divine will strength readers to think again every little thing they learn about the gods and goddesses and encourage all to include the Shakti within.
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Shakti: The Feminine Divine by Anuja Chandramouli