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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 6, Part D (2018)

Women in ancient Andhra (700 BC TO 700 AD)

Balusupati Harikrishna and Dr. KVN Raju
Women in India are an intimate part of nature, both in imagination and in practice. at one level nature is symbolized as the embodiment of the feminine principle, and at another, she is natured by the feminine to produce life and provide sustenance. From the point of view of Indian cosmology, in both the exoteric and esoteric traditions, the word is produced and renewed by the dialectical play of creation and destruction, cohesion and disintegration. The tension between the opposites from which motion and movement arises is depicted as the first appearance of dynamic energy (sakthi). All existence arises from this primordial energy which is the substance of everything, pervading everything. The manifestation of this power, this energy, is called nature. The player because Lila or play, as free spontaneous actively, in her nature. The will – to – become many is her creative impulse and through this impulse, she creates the diversity of living forms in nature. The common yet multiple life of mountains, trees, rivers, animals is an expression of diversity that prakruthi gives rise to. The creative force and the created world are not separate and distinct nor is the created world uniform, static and fragmented. It is diverse, dynamic and interrelated.
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How to cite this article:
Balusupati Harikrishna, Dr. KVN Raju. Women in ancient Andhra (700 BC TO 700 AD). Int J Appl Res 2018;4(6):279-281.
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