Kali, The Black Goddess of Dakshineswar by Elizabeth U. Harding provides a wealth of information about the worship of the Goddess Kali. This book gives an. Harding, Elizabeth U.; Kali: the Black Goddess of Dakshineswar; Nicolas-Hays Inc, York Beach, Maine, ISBN Review by Colin Robinson. Read Kali: The Black Goddess of Dakshineswar book reviews & author details and more at by Elizabeth Harding (Author). out of 5 stars 1.

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Like every Indian wife, she feels guilty. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Share your thoughts with other customers. Other editions – View all Kali: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The concept of the Mother Goddess in the West–the meek, ever-loving, patiently suffering female–is very Dimka rated it it was amazing Jun 16, Simi Bignall kf it really liked it Oct 22, It’s really eye opening. Kindle Edition File Size: Enabled Average Customer Review: Preview — Kali by Elizabeth U.

Write a product review. Take it Starbuck’s and you’ll meet someone gauranteed. This book is wonderful for westerners and Indians alike who want to know more about the specific form of Kali, Bhavatarini Dakshina Kali, of the Dakshineshwar Temple, and also about the great master Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa who had a profound child-mother relationship with Her.

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Kali stretches out her blood colored tongue in shame, and destruction comes to an end. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Newt rated it it was amazing Jul 29, The great Hindu Goddess Kali the Black Goddess of Dakshineshwar, is certainly the perfect Goddess for this time of such upheaval in the world.

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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. You get an insight into mystics who attained God by worshipping Kali, kall read about the Godman Sri Ramakrishna, who lived and worshipped the live image of Kali at the Dakshineswar Kali Temple. This book immediately made me wanting to visit the Dakshineswar Temple, as it’s so well-written and educative that I felt like walking on the stairs of the Temple and seeing the altar with my own eyes.

Elizabeth Harding, who wrote Kali the Black Goddess of Dakshineshwar, is a devotee of this incredible goddess and everything you could want to know about the black goddess is contained in this powerful book. Sep 26, Avanthika added it.

She stands on her husband Bhairav’s chest, as Bhairavi. The compilation by Elizabeth U. She is dashineswar dark as our ego, as black basalt as our desires. The Dakshineswar Temple in India is devoted to the worship of Ma Kali, and this book tells you all about the temple and how Kali is worshipped there–here festivals, her daily rituals.

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Because of the subject matter and stark cover photo, this is the kind of book that will have strangers come up to you and ask what you’re reading. This book satisfied me totally soul, heart, mind.

Kali: The Black Goddess of Dakshineswar

This is not an easily read book. She walks here and there, and she finds herself stepping over a handsome man with the ash’s smell she is well aware of.

When u read the book you can feel the the presence of your self at Dakshineshwar Temple To ask other readers questions about Kaliplease sign up. Kali’s story is as amazing as her personality traits. Revania rated it did not like it Aug 12, I wish I had read the book before going to the temple.

Want to Read saving…. Her other hand holds another severed head, probably rakthabija’s. Paperbackpages.