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Jamshedpur, Dec 5: Under the aegis of Srividya Shakti Sarvaswam of Chennai and with the blessings of Shrimata Lalitambika Rajrajeshwari Tripursundari on the eighth and penultimate day today of the nine-day Shri Amba Yagna Nav Kundatmak Sahastrachandi Mahayagna and Srimad Devi Bhagwat Katha Gyan Yagna, narrator Acharya Vijay Prakash Maharaj elaborated on the five Goddesses of nature.
He said that nature embellishes earth with power. Nature is controlled by Goddesses Durga, Mahalakshmi, Saraswati, Savitri and Radha.
“Lord Ganesh’s Mother, Devi Durga is imbibed with the power of Shiva. Mahalakshmi is Narayani, the consort of Lord Vishnu and thus She is Brahmarupini. Her specialty is in providing fame, goodness, Moksha and joy. The Goddess never harms any life form. Shri Hari loves Her. Goddess Saraswati blesses people with creativity, talent and memory power. She is also known as Bhagwati Jagadamba. Savitri Who is also known as Jagadamba is Lord Brahma’s most loved power. She is as pure as a pure Sphatik stone. Her natural power is in providing Moksha. Radha is Lord Shri Krishna’s soul. She releases the Divine glow as radiant as million moons. She is not visible to Brahma and other Gods.”
Explaining further Acharya Vijay Prakash Maharaj stated that nature was the basis of life on earth. He said that nature nurtured and nature destroyed. “Whenever adverse situations crop up, nature, in the form of Mother in various forms and names alights on earth and destroys all adversities and restores peace and then returns to Her heavenly abode. We identify such motherly power as Durga, Bhuvneshwari, Radha, Lakshmi, Saraswati, Savitri, Bhagwati and many other divine forms. All Godly powers are bestowed in the Divine forms of the Mother. She, with all her manifest powers, is engaged in the act of creation which is the trait of nature,” the Acharya explained.
On the eighth day today, 31 hosts performed Yagna. On Sunday, January 5, the Vedic talks will commence at 9 am and would include Gayatri Mahima, Devi’s Manidwip Dham which would signal the conclusion of the nine day Katha. The concluding rituals will be performed at 12:15 pm after which thousands of devotees would partake of consecrated food. Guruji said that devotees who attend the closing session would have all their wishes fulfilled by the Mother.
Many floats relevant to the Acharya’s talks were presented much to the devotional delight of all devotees present.