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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 12 of 12

The final passage in A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses is very unique—it is quite possibly the only example in world history that a...

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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 11 of 12

Chapter 11 illuminates the Tantric “goddess of desire” Kāmeśvarī. Her chapter in A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses differs from all...

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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 10 of 12

This week I am proud to introduce the goddess Tvaritā, whose chapter I contributed to A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses. She typifi...

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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 8 of 12

The final goddess highlighted in the “Miracles and Devotees” section of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses is the fascinating Rāṣṭra...

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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 5 of 12

The fifth chapter of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses is part of the second section of the book. Whereas the first four chapters f...

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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 4 of 12

The fourth chapter of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, is written by Shaman Hatley and concerns the Seven Mothers (sapta mātaraḥ)...

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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 3 of 12

This next line drawing created for A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses is Kauśikī, a girl-form of the Great Goddess who fends for her...

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Interview with Raj Balkaran: A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses

Click the image above to listen to a recent interview on A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses that I did with Raj Balkaran for New Boo...

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Artwork of A Garland of Forgotten Goddesses, Part 1 of 12

This is the first of twelve posts where each week I will highlight one of the line drawings created for A Garland of Forgotten God...

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Sanskrit Transliteration Keyboard on Unix

I have created an X keyboard layout that serves as a Unix/Linux equivalent to Toshiya Unebe’s “EasyUnicode” keyboard layout. Use I...