Devi Bhagwat Katha

Devi Bhagwat Katha aspires to portray the divine play and experience of Ma Shakti which has been a source of inspiration for civilizations since times immemorial.

Devi is the name of the eternal power (Shakti) which pervades the entire cosmos. She is the essence of this universe, the guiding light behind all organisms, and the divine energy that conquers all. It is in the arms of the divine mother that universe arises, flourishes and dissolves. It would not be an exaggeration to say that ‘All is Energy and Energy is All’.

On one hand she embraces her children and pours her divine grace on her creation, while on the other, her fierce and aggressive form ensures the devastation of the wrong doers. The divine mother is worshipped primarily in three forms: Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. The worship of divine mother in these three forms is symbolic of human evolution, from lower self to higher divinity.

Durga- the Goddess of Shakti bestows energy and is the slayer of all the negative tendencies, which obstruct the evolution of the human being. Lakshmi- the Goddess of Wealth enriches the human self with the wealth of divine qualities- the real treasure of human life. Goddess Saraswati- the Goddess of knowledge is the giver of the divine knowledge, which unlocks the fountain of wisdom within an individual guiding him through the journey of life.

The mother herself represents the ideal state of energy which remains in communion with the all-powerful Brahm. Time and again, she incarnates on this earth to save her creation from the negative forces and inspire her children to traverse the grand journey of life. Her divine play, her divine existence has been a source of inspiration for civilizations since times immemorial. And it for this reason that the wise have worshipped her and sought her divine abode at each and every step of their life.