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Triveni or “three rivers” celebrates the three predominant aspects of the Devi – Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. The album is a collection of 10 songs of varying genres depicting the different forms manifested by Devi during the Navratri time. There are a total of 7 chants and 3 songs composed by Sounds of Isha to the most revered works of Shri Adi Shankara, Kalidasa, Subramani Bharathi and others. These songs, dedicated to the three different forms of Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati, represent the qualities of fierceness, vibrance and subtleness, revealing the essence of Navratri in a musical way. The songs of Triveni are an offering to Devi in her many forms and an appeal for her infinite Grace.During Navratri, a festival dedicated to the Divine Feminine, Devi manifests in her many forms.
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Saraswati Vandana Mp3
The first three days represent the quality of tamas, where the Goddess is fierce like Durga. The second three days are rajas, for the materially-oriented Lakshmi. And the last three days are sattva in nature, dedicated to Saraswati, the Goddess of knowledge and transcendence. On the tenth day, Navratri culminates into Vijayadashami, a day of victory over darkness.Follow Sounds of Isha – andLinga Bhairavi DeviLinga Bhairavi Devi is a powerful feminine form which unites the three fundamental dimensions of the Divine Feminine. Consecrated by Sadhguru in 2010, Linga Bhairavi is revered for her power, grace and compassion.
Her main abode is at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains in Tamil Nadu, India, where thousands of devotees gather each day.