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Devi

the “great goddess,” wife of Shiva; “Mother.” [Hindu Myth.: Parrinder, 77]
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Bhai regrets that Christians have not understood his mataji. For him, the nun's mere presence brings him peace and tranquility.
The authors are grateful to late HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi Shrivasava, the founder of Sahaja yoga meditation for developing the technique of meditation.
"Mataji main aapsa estifa dena ka liya mafi magnta hain (Mother, I apologise for resigning from the government)," Kejriwal told an elderly woman in a Muslim dominated colony in a north Delhi colony recently, while asking for one more chance.
"In the name of our almighty God, who is greater than American imperialism,'' said Alireza Mataji, a 26-year old organizer of the event, "we are granted permits for meetings because we represent the people and pay ourselves.''
23, 2014, people around the world will gathered to honor the life of Her Holiness Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on the third anniversary of her passing.
This was unveiled by Pujya Sri Rama Prana Mataji in the presence of Swami Padmasthananadaji, Secretary, Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama, T Nagar, Chennai and Sri N V Subramaniam of Saraswathi Vaggeyakara Trust.
In Ismat Chughtai's novella, The Wild One, Mataji provides an instance of those types of Indian wives who hold the power of decision making in their children's matrimonial alliances, and their husband's day to day affairs.
An eclectic philosophy that draws on world religions, it was launched by the Indian guru Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, who taught meditation that promotes "innocence, creativity, peace, love and compassion and forgiveness."
"No, but I believe in the Indian goddess Mataji. She gives me strength and gets me through everything," I replied.
Prahlad Jani who is known by his followers as Mataji, which means the Mother Goddess, is an 82-year-old.
"We have cancelled our popular two-day cultural programme this year," Parijat Mataji, an Iskcon temple representative told Gulf News.
In "Mission in the Spirit," Kim presents Indian theologies, especially those of Stanley Samartha, Vandana Mataji, and Samuel Ryan.