Monday, December 14, 2015

Worshipping mother as God an inherent part of Hindu culture

By Harsh Chaturvedi
Devaki is a Hindu mother Goddess. She was the daughter of Devaka and wife of King Vasudeva. Devaki's cousin,
INDIA---One "ideal" that binds us all in the society beyond the limitations of time and space, beyond any bounds of geographical and cultural practices or of time and age is the ideal of the all-glorified mother. Worshipping God as mother has been an inherent part of ancient cultures. Here in India, it has been a part of our unbroken living traditions in which the ideals of universal divinity seamlessly transcend physically as our personal mother. [link]