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3 HINDI BOOKS RELATING TO «सूतिकाषष्ठी»
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Ancient Indian Folk Cults - Page 92
This Shashthi has two forms, viz., Shashthi associated with the confinement room of pregnant mothers (Sutika-Shashthi), and another form with wings on her shoulders (Paksha-Shashthi). Thus from the cult of Shashthi came out Revati ...
Vasudeva Sharana Agrawala, 1970
Religion, Rites and Rituals: Puranic and Modern Perspective - Page 217
The rituals within the first forty days, the period for which the impurity of the mother and child lasts in most communities, emphasise the incorporation of the child as part of a cosmic design. For instance, on sutika shashti, six days after the birth ...
Rameshwari Devi, 2006
The Ananda-Vana of Indian Art: Dr. Anand Krishna ... - Page 582
7th century Kashyapa Samhita, the goddess Shashthi is called both 'Shashthi of Women in Childbirth' [sutika-Shashthi] and the 'Winged Shashthi' [paksha-Shashthi]: she continues to be worshiped as a bird-headed goddess of childbirth in ...