Navaratri or the festival of nine nights is one of the most important festivals celebrated by the Hindus across the world. The festival is a celebration of the Goddess Chandika and her war against various Asuras. The story of Chandi or Durga as she is popularly known contains within itself deep insights of Vedanta philosophy and acts as a practical facilitator for attaining Moksha or the final liberation from the cycle of birth and death. This book sheds light on this Vedantic import of Goddess Chandika.
Candika: The Story of Goddess Durga and Its Vedantic Import
Reading level: Adults
Paperback: 10 pages