Sri Ramakrishna - The Personification of Gods and Goddesses
According to his own emphatic declaration, Sri Ramakrishna is an incarnation and the synergy of Sri Rama and Sri Krishna. To certain spiritually sensitive minds, he reveals his multidimensional Divinity, which ordinarily remains hidden. The author of this book, Rasipuram Ramabadran, records that Sri Ramakrishna and Sarada Devi are the personifications of not only Sri Rama and Sri Krishna but of almost all the gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon.
The book consists of sixty chapters in which the author shows that Sri Ramakrishna and Sri Sarada Devi are the personifications of sixty different divinities, prophets, preceptors, mystics, and extraordinary devotees. The author’s enunciations are not casual remarks born of sentimentalism but conclusive evidence drawn from scriptural legends and incidents in the lives of the holy duo. The book bears the stamp of the author’s grounding in mythological lore and familiarity with the duo’s divine play.
Of the sixty essays, thirty-three deal with Sri Ramakrishna and twenty-seven with Sri Sarada Devi. Each chapter can take the readers into a profound state of spiritual understanding.
The book surely can whet the moral and spiritual appetite of every religious-minded and spiritually-inclined reader. The devotees of Sri Ramakrishna will surely experience upsurge in their devotion by reading this very thought-provoking and inspiring publication.