WHOLE DUDE – WHOLE DIVINE

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Tridevi: Lakshmi, Parvati, Saraswati
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THE DIVINITY OF MOTHER  AND FATHER  :  

Jesus taught this prayer to His disciples and it is given in The Book of Matthew, Chapter 6, verses 9-13. ” Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven…” In relation to God whom He called “Father”, Jesus claimed the unique and distinctive relationship of “Son”. In an absolute and unqualified way, Jesus claimed that He is the Father’s unique Son. “No one knows the Son except the Father and no one knows the Father except the Son”(MATTHEW 11:27). Jesus expressed this intimacy of relationship by addressing God as “ABBA”,  the word for father in Aramaic language. Nowhere in the literature and the prayers of ancient Judaism is this invocation of God as “ABBA” to be found. The final words of Jesus when He died on the cross were,” Father, into your hands I commit my Spirit “(LUKE 23:46).    

THE DIVINITY OF MOTHER     

   

 

   

  

MOTHER GANGES OR GANGA DEFINES THE MOTHER MOTHER PRINCIPLE - RIVER GANGES OR RIVER GANGA IS VIEWED WITH REVERENCE AND AFFECTION BY PEOPLE OF THE LAND OF INDIA.

 

My Indian Identity could be attributed to my claim of the Divinity of my Mother. When I speak to God, I refer to the Divine Entity as my Mother and Father. In Indian literature, while speaking of parents, invariably the word mother takes precedence over the word father. In my prayers, I address God as my Mother and Father. My traditions, my rituals and Cultural practices stress the Divinity of Mother. The river I worship is Ganga Maa(Mother Ganges), the cow I worship is Go Maata, the provider of my linguistic identity is Telugu Talli, the country of my origin is Bharat Maata. The following prayers are an example of my belief in a Divine, Universal Mother.    

Siddhi buddhi pradey Devi, bhukti mukti pradaayini    

Mantra Murtey Sadaa Devi, Maha Lakshmee namostutey.    

Padmaasana stitey Devi, Para Brahma Swaruupini    

Parameshwari Jaganmata Maha Lakshmee namostutey.    

THE MOTHER PRINCIPLE IN INDIAN TRADITION  :    

The term or word mother describes a female parent and it also conveys an idea that mother gives birth to something, it is the source, or origin of something, it nurtures something in a manner like that of a mother, and it also speaks of having the responsibility, and authority of a mother. The word mother could be used as a title to address a female person with respect and affection. The word mother is also often used as an adjective to describe something derived or learned from one’s mother. Indian Culture has given three icons who represent the three aspects of motherhood. Goddess Lakshmi represents the mother who nurtures, the provider of material wealth, prosperity, and well-being. Goddess Parvati represents the mother who defends, the source of energy, and the sustainer. Goddess Sarasvati represents the source of knowledge, and the provider of learning, speech, and wisdom   

  

BHARAT MATA OR MOTHER INDIA REPRESENTS THE COUNTRY AND THE LAND OF MY ORIGIN.

 

 

     

 

   

  

     

  

  

GREETINGS TO BELOVED MOTHER TELUGU. TELUGU TALLI, THE MOTHER OF LINGUISTIC TRADITIONS OF TELUGU LANGUAGE, MY MOTHER TONGUE.

 

 

     

 

   

  

     

   

  

  

 

     

 

   

  

  

   

  

 

    

 

   

  

Goddess Laxmi - The Mother Principle that is the Origin of Life and its material well-being.

 

Goddess Shakti or Goddess Parvati, The Divine Mother, The Source of Energy and the Sustainer of Life.

 

Goddess Sarasvati, The Divine Mother, The Provider of Pure Knowledge and Perfect Wisdom.

 

MOTHER IS A BIOLOGICAL PARENT, THE SOURCE OF MY LIFE, THE SOURCE OF MY ENERGY, THE SOURCE OF MY KNOWLEDGE TO PERFORM MY LIVING FUNCTIONS.

 

Dr. R. Rudra Narasimham,    

Kurnool Medical College, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India,    

M.B.B.S.,  Class of  April,  1970.    

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