"SHRI DURGA UPASANA"
(Shri Durga Saptshati in Hindi verses)
The Book 'Neeras ki' "Shri Durga Upasana" is a translation of the famous centuries old Hindu religious book
"Shri Durga Saptshati" in simple Hindi verses & is perheps the only available book of this kind. All the topics
& content of the book are very well organised. The book begins with making a request to its reader not to indulge in any arguments about
the book &/or its contents and religion in any manner. Because author believes:
"God is infinite & so its stories."
& its not possible for us to measure its length & bredth. The only thing that we can do is to look for the good things involved
in it and than to incorporate them in our lives.
The actual contents of 'Neeras ki' "Shri Durga Upasana" begins with a prayer of "Lord Ganesha" as all good
works are begun with in Hindu Religion. At the end of this book author does a prayer to Goddess Durga to forgive all mistakes and accept
prayers. Author believes Whosoever will recite "Shri Durga Upasana" will be blessed with wealth, reputation, peace
& happiness by Goddess Durga.
"Shri Durga Saptshati" is an ancient religious book of Hindus, which is said to have supernatural powers to
eliminate all the problems & to provide desired results by reciting it with faith & only faith. It also explains the Goddess
"Devi". Here question arises "Who is this Goddess Devi?" and answer lies within ourselves. Our religious books explains:-
"Yaa Devi sarve bhooteshu, Shakti roopen sanssthitaa."
It is the energy, the power, which is stated in all the livings and non living things. This energy is present in all the physical things
and we know from our popular science that:-
"Energy can neither be created nor destroyed; it only changes its forms and so always present in one form or another."
The available book is the first edition of "Shri Durga Upasana" therefore mistakes are possible. So anybody who
gets a chance to read or hear this book & find any mistakes or some scope for improvement, please inform us, so that his/her suggestions
could be incorporated in our next edition of "Shri Durga Upasana" to make it more vast, useful and also free from any