Celebration

Adi Chankaracharya wrote famous books such as the “Vivekachudamani” and then, realizing the futility of portraying the reality of the Deep Way through words, he simply wrote a beautiful eulogy of the Goddess, the “Saundarya Lahari”. Her children in this age have grown shy and hardly dare to describe Her. But they describe the familiar objects around Her. Here are the poems of Philip of Germany, carriers of vibrant symbols that were offered and are shared in a mood of celebration.

THE BINDI

Shri Mataji never leaves the house without applying the bindi on Her forehead. The bindi is the sign of a married woman, and adorns the Agnya chakra.It has

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The Devis Birthday

Already in the morning the sun had risen with full glory and vigour.
The sky was bathed in golden light and was glowing with a radiance

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THE GLASSES

Shri Matajis glasses, so it sometimes seems, have an almost opposite effect and meaning than glasses normally have for ordinary people. The way She is using them at

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THE HANKERCHIEF

The hanker chief of Shri Mataji is always used at public speeches. It is given to Her, which symbolizes that Her attention acts only in respond to our

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THE HANDBAG

The handbag of Shri Mataji is always with Her when She leaves the house. To carry it, to look after it, and to open it and search for

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THE PARFUME

There is always fragrance around Shri Mataji. The atmosphere is charged with a range of wonderful smells, which alone can put you into a state of elated joy.

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THE SCARF

Shri Mataji covers her head with a scarf, when it is windy or cold. When thus dressed, She looks extremely motherly and sweet. In an adorable manner, She

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THE SHAWL

The shawl is one of the items, which are always accompanying Shri Mataji. Mostly red, with delicate embroidery, it covers Mother always in a particular manner. Sometimes loose,

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