Saturday, October 5, 2013
Navratri Festival Special 2013 - Did you know?
Devi Shailputri in ancient Greece
Aspects of Goddess Shailputri, or the Daughter of the Mountain, or Uma, were present in the ancient Greek-Roman tradition's depictions of the Goddess Cybele. Like Goddess Durga, Cybele was associated with mountains (Pahada-waali), hawks and lions (Sherawali). She was often depicted riding a chariot or rath driven by lions like Goddess Durga. Cybele was dear to eunuch and trans-gendered people (hijras) like Mahashakti Renuka in the Hindu tradition. Mother Cybele was also known as 'Mother of the mountain.'
- Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust
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