Indian Magical Amulet Depicting Durga

   Indian Magical Depicting Durga Amulet (front)
  Indian magical amulet depicting durga (front)

Imagine clutching a silver amulet worn around your neck, praying so hard for something that all your senses are engaged. You can see it, touch it, taste it, hear it, smell it, and even feel it with your heart and your hands. Then, imagine what you’re sensing materializes in the real world. Your prayer has been answered; but answered by whom, or what?

Indian Magical Amulet (back)   
Indian magical amulet (back)

Featured is a “magical” silver amulet, worn centuries ago by a rural woman in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It’s called a “Kavacha,” a formal name with no direct translation. To the woman who wore it, the answer to the above question was the amulet, which possessed the divine power of the deity depicted on its face.

This amulet features Durga, the embodiment of feminine power and all it implies. Durga can be loving, wise, or wrathful, especially if one of her “children” is threatened. She is the mother of all mothers, and when faced with a sincere show of faith, she is capable of granting the most fervent prayer. This amulet served its owner so well, a worn silver coin is attached on the back, placed there in gratitude for Durga’s assistance. It’s proof that devotion to a mother’s love can answer just about any prayer.

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