Book Review – Shakti : Realm of the Divine Mother.

Author- Vanamali.

Format- Paperback.

Rating – 5/5 stars.

📖 Review 📖

Shakti: Realm of the Divine Mother is a fascinating and well-written book about the divine power who is the supreme being of the universe. An insightful book about Hindu religion, spirituality and mythology.

The author speaks about the subtle and gross elements interaction in the universe. The foundation of the first three aspects of mind are not deemed as spiritual entities rather constitute the materialistic things. The concept of zero- point field was a fascinating topic that was well explained. My reading experience with this book was incredible because the knowledge about Shakti and the universe’s working along with various other conceptualization was never overwhelming. The majority of the focus was kept on the fusion of spiritual and quantum life. While explaining the Hindu philosophy and religion, the author has spoken immensely about Shakti and her more than 30 divine incarnations. Each Goddess represents different powers that the universe needed to eliminate the encompassing darkness and delusions. She is the embodiment of love, affection and care and she is also the destroyer of evils, sinful and the wicked.

I’m truly enchanting by the way this book was written. I have never read anything like this before and i really liked the fact that everything about Shakti, the Divine Mother were explained in detail and lucid manner. Even if you are curious to know about Hindu religion and philosophy, the spiritual growth and aspects then this book is a treasure trove. It’s absolutely rare to find books with accurate knowledge and trustworthy information regarding the sacred foundation of divine, however with this impressive and entrancing book you can gain this wisdom quite easily.

Amazon link – Shakti: Realm of the Divine Mother https://www.amazon.in/dp/1594771995/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apan_glt_i_3MVDZ8TQM1SVXNFYQZJQ

About the Author

Mataji Devi Vanamali has written six books on the gods of the Hindu pantheon, including The Play of God and The Song of Rama, as well as translating the Bhagavad Gita. She is the founder and president of Vanamali Gita Yogashram, dedicated to sharing the wisdom of Sanatana Dharma and charitable service to children. She lives at the Vanamali ashram at Rishikesh in northern India.

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