Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Hail Mahashakti Frigga of Europe!

Friday gets its name from Goddess Frigga, who is Maa Jagadambe in the ancient Norse Parampara of Europe. The Anglo Saxons called her Frig, the ancient Germans Frija. She is known as Danu to the Celts and as Brigantia to the Greeks. Frigga's function was as the Goddess of time (Kalika), weather, married and motherly love, marriage, sexuality, parenthood and the bestower of children(Uma). Like Maa Shakti is the consort of Mahadeva Shiva, Frigga is wife of the most powerful Norse god Odin, the param-pita or all-father. Frigga's color is green which is also one of the colors associated with Devi in India.  

In India, Friday is dedicated to Shakti, the mother goddess in Hinduism, and relates in particular to Goddess Lakshmi whose devotees wear red on the day and fast to please her. This fast is mostly observed for bringing joy and material well-being.

May Mahashakti Frigga usher love, abundance and health in the lives of all who seek the service of her feet. Jai Mata Di! 

To watch a video of a modern prayer to Frigga click on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mb_Gfwzpzs

Note - 

Maa Jagdambe Jagran & Mamtamai Shri Radhe Maaji's Divya Darshan

Date - March 2, 2014
Time - 8 pm onwards
Venue - B. E. C. Ground, Goregaon (e), Mumbai

For more details contact Sevadar Talli Baba ji on 9820969020

                                                  -  Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust

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