According to the description mentioned in Durga Saptashati, the origin of the Goddess was first of all when the demons named Madhu and Kaitabh, born from the filth of the ears of Lord Vishnu sleeping in Yoga Nidra, wanted to destroy Brahma i.e. Prajapati or Samvatsara. The words in which Brahma invoked the goddess at that time, It is very similar to the spoken description of Vaak or Tadit or Vidyut in the Rigveda. Invoking the Goddess in Durga Saptashati, Brahma says – Goddess! You are the one who holds this world.
Brahma in ancient Indian scriptures, While conferring the highest position among the gods to Vishnu and Mahesh, it is said that these trinity represent the threefold form of Brahman. Brahma is the embodiment of the creative form, the delicacies of the eternal creation process within the space and time. Vishnu is the presiding deity of sustenance and the processes of disintegration and sustenance continue to happen by Shiva and through the process of creation, coordination is established between these utterly opposing tendencies. The mutual tension of this sustenance and dissociation results in an electric energy oscillating. this is energy, whom Jagdamba, Jagaddhatri, Jaganmata, Jagattatarini and many other names are known and called. Shakti is the manifest form of Brahma. The Nirguna and Nirvikar Brahman manifests itself in the form of Shakti. This power is also called Brahmamayi. Power is the basic element of creation. When the unbounded stream of Shakti, enveloping the Nirguna and Nirvikar Brahman, flows at a boisterous pace, then only the creation from the world, The processes of nutrition and destruction come to an end.
It is clear from the concept of power that knowledge without action is dead knowledge. It is from Mahamaya that the entire creation business has arisen and he is also the original cause of the universe. super power brahma, Plays as the special powers of Vishnu and Shiva. He is Mahamaya because he is the one who hides the Brahman form Shiva in his veils. Mahanidra becomes active only when engrossed with Shiva Shakti. Shiva is eternally active. Extreme passivity is the basic nature of Shiva. That is why in the Vaamchara Sutras, Shakti Roopa woman is shown enjoying the form of Shiva. Shiva – Shiva , Roop dances on the dead body and gives liberation.
The names of many goddesses are found in the Vedic literature. In the Yajurveda, Rudra’s sister named Ambika is mentioned. In the Vedas, the word Amba is also used for the water body. The Kenopanishad mentions a goddess named Uma Haimavati. Scholars have taken the meaning of Uma Hemavati as the water body emanating from the Himalayas. In Taittiriya Aranyaka, Ambika is Rudra’s wife. Durga in Taittiriya Aranyaka, The name Parvati etc. has also come up. In the epics, Ganga is also called the wife of Shiva. Invincible in the form of Durga and extremely karala in the form of Kali, Uma was called Jagjanani. He killed the demon Mahishasuradi. In the Rigveda, the name of Aditi is worshiped in the form of mother sky and space., But Aditi is also not the mother of all the gods and considering Aditi as the mother of Nikhil world, she did not get the first place among the gods. Rigveda 7/1/6, 7/34/21, 10/92/4-5 There is devotion in the name of Armati or the worship of the goddess of fertile earth. Kumari Armati comes to the fire in the morning and evening (evening) with a gift of ghee. Rigveda 5/43/6 According to him, Armati is a celestial woman. In the Rigveda, where Armati has been worshiped at only a few places, in the Avesta, the goddess of agriculture has got a lot of prominence by the name of Armati.
Scholars are of the view that Uma, Parvati, Durga and Kali probably came from outside in Arya religion. Western scholars also say, The matriarchal castes became those who settled down somewhere and started doing activities like farming and farming. In such a society, respect for women was necessary. In contrast, the nomadic castes had to depend on the valor of their warriors., So she became a worshiper of male powers. In India, when the Aryans became stable and started doing agricultural work, Then he gave primacy to matriarchy. According to scholars, Iran was separated from the Vedic religion of Zoroastrianism., When in Iran the emphasis was on agriculture leaving animal husbandry.
It is noteworthy that Uma Hemavati was the daughter of Himalaya. Snow also means melting period. On this basis Hamvati Uma, Worshiped as the cause of the creation and decay of the universe in the form of Kaal or time, or being the wife of Rudra, the form of Kaal. Kaal’s daughter Hokra also being a wife is not incompatible because a woman ,Power, Daughter, All are wife and mother. This ideology took the form of worship of a virgin girl in Nra-Tantrik religion. scholars say , There are stars of Virgo zodiac near Bhutesh constellation (Swati Nakshatra) and many primitive castes consider Virgo as the female of Bhutesh Mandal.
Parvati is the daughter of Uma. The daughter of a mountain cannot be a river, But in the Vedic texts, the word mountain has also been used in the meaning of cloud. Yajurveda 1/19 In the Vedas, it is called Parvati i.e. Jnanavati and the Earth as Parvatiyi. Vaak, the daughter of the cloud, i.e. the word originated from lightning, considered herself in the form of a woman, according to the Dasma Mandal of Rigveda. 125Describing himself in the hymn, he has said, I am the companion of all the gods, Friend, Varun, indra, I wear Agni and Ashwinik Kumaras. By offering a string of Rudra’s bow, I help him in killing the enemies of Brahma. Vaak, the daughter of Mount Megharupi, is the companion of Rudra. The water or cloudy Ganges has originated from the cloud itself. Therefore, Vak is the sister of Ganga. In the Rigveda, Vagdevi is described as Garanshila Gauri. In this form she is said to be the creator of water and all living beings born of water. The name Uma is similar to Ama, the Babylonian mother goddess, Japa was the mother of man and all other immovable and movable creations. Ishtar Tara in Ama Babylon, Indians used to call Lubdhak and Western Sirius constellation only. The other name of this star was Ninsun i.e. Goddess of Destroyer. In Egypt, by the name of Sokhita, this goddess Taraupini killed the enemies of the sun god Ra. this killing summer sun, rain, It was caused by floods and infectious diseases in the rivers. When the Sun is near Ardra or Luddhak Nakshatras, Then Swati Nakshatra or Bhutesh Mandal is almost at its highest position in the evening sky and the stars of Virgo or Chitra constellation are visible to its south. Virgo sun sign, Chitra Nakshatra, Due to the growth of vegetation at the beginning of the year, Taditva water flow form Uma is considered as the mother of the universe.
Jagjanani is not only a surgeon but also annihilator. Mishra’s Sokhita or Sekhit’s head belonged to Simhini and Yanke had a khadga in his hand. Another name for Sokit was also the eye of the sun. Tefnutne, another mother goddess of Egypt, took the form of a lioness. In Babylon, both Adidev Apsu and his wife Tiamat were fond of disorderliness and their own son Merodach i.e. Surya had to fight with them to save the world. Kali is also the name of a mother goddess of Hindus. In the Confucian religion of China, the sky has been called Khian and the earth has been called Khwan.
khian sky is, is circular, is the way, father is, gem is, metal is, it’s cold, it’s snow, is the best horse, It is the fruit of trees. dream is earth, mother is, clothing is, has a corpuscle, money is, cow is, Krishna is character, The black color of the earth is fertile soil. Mother Earth is black. The Gaur Varna of Rigveda, Dyushpitar and Krishna Earth together form Ardhanarishvara Diva Prithvi., From which Nikhil is the origin of the universe.
Durga Saptashati, the main text of the Shaktas, describes the many feats of the goddess. The wars of the goddess with the bandits, They meet a lot in the Rigvedic war of Indra and Vritra. On the basis of the mantras of Rigveda, it is possible to explain all these wars and other events related to the goddess. The description of the most ancient battle of the goddess with the bandits is found in the Saur Purana. According to the story mentioned in the Saur Purana, it was Shiva who created Shiva with his mother power. Hearing the prayer of Indra, Shiva destroyed the demons named Raktaksha and Dhumraksha along with the army (Sasainya). In this war Shiva lost his three heads i.e. sky., Space and earth and twenty hands i.e. two hands were made in each of the ten directions. Raktaksha and Dhumraksha and their followers were like the army of Vedic Vritra and Vritra. When Rudra produced a giant named Veerabhadra to destroy Daksha Yagya., Then Uma also took the form of Bhadrakali and became involved in the destruction of that Yagya.
According to the description mentioned in Durga Saptashati, the origin of the Goddess was first of all when the demons named Madhu and Kaitabh, born from the filth of the ears of Lord Vishnu sleeping in Yoga Nidra, wanted to destroy Brahma i.e. Prajapati or Samvatsara. The words in which Brahma invoked the goddess at that time, It is very similar to the spoken description of Vaak or Tadit or Vidyut in the Rigveda. Invoking the Goddess in Durga Saptashati, Brahma says – Goddess! You are the one who holds this world. , Khadagdharini, shuldharini, bludgeon, wheel, Be the one to wear conch shell and bow. …… wan, Bhushundi and Paridhi are also your weapons. e.t.c . The speech itself in Rigveda says – I am Goddess Rudra, Vasu, I move in the form of Aditya and Vishvedev. It is I who offer the string of Rudra’s bow to kill the brahmdevis.
Mahabharata ,It is mentioned in it that the slayer of Madhu is Lord Vishnu himself. According to Durga Saptashati, Madhu and Kaitabh were killed by Vishnu., But the goddess supported him in this work. Madhu was the name of the first month of the year in the Vedic period. Madhu and Madhav, Both these months were of spring. Hence Madhu was the head of Samvatsara. In the Brihadaranyakopanishad, both Samvatsara and Yagya are called Prajapatis. Later the yajna and the sacrificial horse have been equated at many places. The horse was killed in the yajna. Usha is also said to be the head of the sacrificial horse. Indra of Rigveda is about to destroy Usha’s chariot.
chandogyopanishad 1/3 Devmadhu to Aditya in, Its rays are called illusion and directions are called Madhu Nadi. The sun is covered by Indra’s cloud and when the sun disappears, the light of lightning i.e. Vagdevi remains like the sun in its place. This is the killing of Madhu by the Goddess. Kaitabh or Ketu is also the Moon and the Sun., Ketu means conscious makes aketu means unconscious. The goddess Isis of Egypt was also a human woman like Yak, the daughter of Maharishi Ambhran., But behind him, with his amazing power, the sun god ,Ra, was taken under his control. fumarolechan, Chand, glans, blood seed, Nishumbh, Shumbha The description of all these demons is similar to the description of Vritra and their followers in Rigveda. Mahishasura is also the great demon Surya, Whose mother Aditi called her son Aditya in the Rigveda as Mahisha i.e. great. The killing of Mahishasura is also a metaphor for the suppression of the destructive nature of the Sun by rain., Otherwise the killing of Mahishasura is the killing of the great covered Vritra. The killing of Madhu Kaitabh by Vishnu is probably due to the regulation of the Sun and the Moon by the Samvatsar. Speech is the one that reveals the power of Vishnu.
According to Durga Saptashati Chapter 2, Mahishasuramardini Devi was born out of the anger of Vishnu i.e. Yagya and Rudra i.e. Vayu. There are all the gods in the body of the goddess and the goddess attacked the demon by taking weapons from all of them. Devi attacked Mahishasura with Attahas. Devi and Asura threw radiant weapons at each other. Big rivers started flowing with the blood of demons. The Vritra of Rigveda was also killed and fell on the earth in the form of water. Many scholars have speculated about the rivers of blood of Asuras., But the big rivers of the Middle East, the Nile Tigris, Euphrates etc., during the floods, become red in color due to the soil and even now this is the condition of the rivers of India during the rainy season. In Egypt, the flood of the Nile River was considered as the dead body of Osiris or the Asuras, that is, blood.
In Egypt, yavas etc. used to cry for Asara while cutting the grain crop because food was considered as a part of Asara’s body. Harvesting of the crop was also done at the beginning of Samvatsara i.e. in the month of Madhu., Therefore this is also the killing of the demon of Madhumas. In the Kaushik Sutra, the goddess of agriculture, Sita, that is, the presiding deity of the pit made by the plow in the field, has been worshiped as follows-
Kaalnetre havishe no jushasva triptim no dheh dwipade chatushpade.
Yabhirdeva Asuranakalpyan Yatrunmanoon Gandharvan Rakshasansch.
Tabhirno adya sumana upagahi sahastraposhaam subhge tarana.
Hiranyastrakapushkarini Shyama Sarvangashobhini…..
This description includes both the Rigvedic speech (speech) or the goddess description of Aditi and Durga Saptashati. superb sky, verbally space, and Sita – the goddess residing on the earth in the form of Kali or Durga respectively., space, Prithvi or Nikhil is the mother power of the world, from whom arise, Chatushpad and Dwipad are the origin of all and who keeps on suppressing the violent powers i.e. killing the Asuras in order to protect their children.